Monthly Archives: August 2015

WHEN A PLAY EVOLVES INTO A MUSICAL

Preview Notes WHEN A PLAY EVOLVES INTO A MUSICAL by Pablo A. Tariman The media got a special preview of Bulwagang Gantimpala’s “Kanser@35 The Musical” yesterday at the AFP Theater with generally positive notices for its music written by Jed … Continue reading

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LAWYER-ACCOUNTANT IN THE REALM OF MUSIC

View From The Wing LAWYER-ACCOUNTANT IN THE REALM OF MUSIC by Pablo A. Tariman One was not sufficiently warned that the pianist preparing for an evening of Haydn, Chopin and Prokofiev, among others, is also a lawyer and professor of … Continue reading

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MOSSIMO MUSIC SUMMIT FINALISTS AT TRINOMA AUGUST 21

View From the Wing – Talent Search Scene MOSSIMO MUSIC SUMMIT FINALISTS AT TRINOMA AUGUST 21 by Pablo A. Tariman They are all discovering music talents in all venues available and the fact is judges always have a hard time … Continue reading

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STANDING OVATION FOR SECOND FULL-LENGTH ROSSINI OPERA IN MANILA

View From The Wing – First La Cenerentola in Manila STANDING OVATION FOR SECOND FULL-LENGTH ROSSINI OPERA IN MANILA Pablo A. Tariman Rossini’s La Cenerentola made its Philippine debut Saturday night (August 15, 2015) at the Meralco Theater with a … Continue reading

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NEW TELESERYE HAS HIGHLY POSITIVE PILOT EPISODES

TV Notes NEW TELESERYE HAS HIGHLY POSITIVE PILOT EPISODES by Pablo A. Tariman Soap operas have unpredictable lives. When they reach their target audiences and some deep connections happen, this will signal wider patronage and later, viable commercial revenues. To … Continue reading

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