#KoristaAko: Jhoan Ayos

Happy (Chinese) New Year! I know, I had backlogs for #KoristaAko. The last quarter of the year had always been busy, busy busy! But it was very musical, and I hope yours was, too. Now, on with my latest post! Last October, my husband and I (being part of the Philippine Choral Directors Association) were invited to attend… Continue reading #KoristaAko: Jhoan Ayos

Andrea O. Veneracion International Choral Festival: A tribute and a legacy

Time flew, fast. It has been two years since the first ever international choral competition took place at the CUltural Center of the Philippines. And I am proud to have been part of it. Now, two years after, the second competition happens right on the month when the honoree commemorates her birth and passing on.… Continue reading Andrea O. Veneracion International Choral Festival: A tribute and a legacy

Date Night: Wafu and Kilyawan@20

Last Saturday, my husband and I celebrated six years of marriage. And he started the day with these lovelies: For months, we’ve been talking about how to celebrate. Should we eat out? Watch a movie, a concert? Do we bring our daughter with us? Do we leave her with my mom and sister? So, we finally decided on having… Continue reading Date Night: Wafu and Kilyawan@20

From Boys to Men: Kilyawan celebrates 20 years of music

The boys are now grown men, with grown voices. The Kilyawan Boys Choir (Kilyawan Core Group) reunites in this special one-night only concert this Saturday, November 8, 2014, 8:00 PM at the Music Museum. The Kilyawan Boys Choir celebrates their 20th anniversary this year with a series of concerts and performances. Early this year, the… Continue reading From Boys to Men: Kilyawan celebrates 20 years of music

Half a decade after

…and it’s still surreal! Here is the video clip of the announcement of winner of the European Grand Prix for Choral Singing back in August 2007. Check out Touringkitty in the video, my dear lucky charm, the Hello Kitty wand given by my now dear husband. Let me take you to Arezzo for a few… Continue reading Half a decade after