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FEU celebrates Culture and Arts on May 4

FEU Bamboo Band with Ms.Banaue Miclat-Jenssen and Raymund Gorospe
Far Eastern University celebrate Heritage Month this coming May 4, 2019 with two monumental event spearheaded by FEU President’s committee on Culture and Arts, this is also mark the 70th anniversary of FEU Auditorium, the Cultural Center of the Philippines in 1950’s, it was design by National Artist for Architecture Pablo Antonio in 1949.

The first event is the “Significance in the details: Identifying values in Heritage sites and structures”, is comprised of two lectures and a highly walk about talk through the 91 year old University, plus a basic understanding of the Heritage law by Heritage Conservation Society (HCS) President, Atty. Mark Evidente, a lecture on Digital scanning in documenting heritage structures by Conrad Alampay, HCS trustee, and FEU Director for Culture and Arts Martin Lopez will discuss the well preserve art deco of FEU auditorium.

Significance in the details will be held at the PCC Center Studio of FEU Manila campus, this coming May 4, 2019 from 1:30 to 5:00 PM. Registration fee is P400 inclusive of a light snack, only 120 seats available to grab the chance and register at https://goo.gl/forms/oiWhLrVh30Uuhq9h1

After the lecture, at 6:00 PM is a special concert by the FEU Bamboo band entitled “A Toast to Broadway”, headed by its Artistic Director Norberto Cads. FEU Bamboo band is composed of students from different institutes of FEU, and its’ now on its 10th year.
FEU Culture And Arts Director Martin Lopez and Heritage Conservation Society representative
“We usually perform folk songs and OPM during events here in FEU, so it’s an irregular performances for the band, we select Musical theater because it is becoming popular here in the Philippines, we haven’t done musical theater before, It is a challenge for the members to do musical theater” Cads said during the blogcon last April 24, 2019 at the FEU Multi-Purpose hall.

“A Toast to Broadway” will feature two exceptional artists, Mr. Raymond Gorospe and Ms. Banaue Miclat-Janssen. Gorospe is a host, commercial model and multi medalist for 2015 World Championships of Performing Arts (WCOPA), while Janssen is a professional performer who won 3 Aliw Awards.

This concert is free to public as part of 91st year anniversary of Far Eastern University, tickets can be downloaded to www.ticket2me.net a ticketing app available for download in the app store for iOS or Google play for android devices.

For more information about the concert, FEU’s Cultural Groups and other upcoming performances, visit and like the FEU President’s Committee on Culture Facebook Page www.facebook.com/FEUPCC or download the FEU Cultural App. Or call the PCC Center from 8 AM to 6PM Monday to Friday at (632) 849-4145. 

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