Monthly Archives: June 2016

A GISELLE TO REMEMBER A DANCE ICON BY

View From The Wing A GISELLE TO REMEMBER A DANCE ICON BY By Pablo A. Tariman One weekend last week saw the collaboration between three leading dance companies in a week of new works, revivals and a special run of … Continue reading

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PPO, LICAD, SARAZA GET STANDING OVATION AT CARNEGIE HALL

View From The Wing PPO, LICAD, SARAZA GET STANDING OVATION AT CARNEGIE HALL By Pablo A. Tariman Carnegie Hall photos: Edwin Josue (Story originally filed with the Philippine Daily Inquirer) A good mixture of American and Filipino audiences in the … Continue reading

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PPO IN TIP-TOP SHAPE FOR CARNEGIE HALL

View From The Wing PPO IN TIP-TOP SHAPE FOR CARNEGIE HALL by Pablo A. Tariman A fairly good audience attended the send off concert of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra Friday night and they were not disappointed. The 80-strong national orchestra … Continue reading

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SHOULD CHANGE COME WITH ‘UNCOUTH’ PUBLIC BEHAVIOR?

Commentary SHOULD CHANGE COME WITH ‘UNCOUTH’ PUBLIC BEHAVIOR? By Pablo A. Tariman At the rate he is courting controversy even before he can formally assume office, President-elect Rody Duterte is “making history” in the realm of public behavior unheard of … Continue reading

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ONCE UPON A TIME IN LA IN THE 70S

Film Notes ONCE UPON A TIME IN LA IN THE 70S By Pablo A. Tariman It’s not all the time that you want to watch a movie to be astounded and to be deeply impressed and wanting to go home … Continue reading

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