Monthly Archives: February 2017

‘BLACK SWAN’FOR REAL IN BALLET PHILIPPINES’ SWAN LAKE

‘BLACK SWAN’FOR REAL IN BALLET PHILIPPINES’ SWAN LAKE By Pablo A. Tariman The 2010 Darren Aronofsky film “Black Swan” came to life when Ballet Philippines mounted Swan Lake at the CCP last February 24 to 26. “Black Swan” — which … Continue reading

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THE INCOMPARABLE SWANS IN MANILA’S BALLET SCENE

View from the Wing THE INCOMPARABLE SWANS IN MANILA’S BALLET SCENE By Pablo A. Tariman When the curtain rises for the last weekend run of Swan Lake March 4 and 5 at the CCP, Filipino balletomanes will once again call … Continue reading

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TWO DAYS IN A FAMILIAR TOWN

Feature TWO DAYS IN A FAMILIAR TOWN By Pablo A. Tariman Many things come to mind as the Catanduanes Tribune observes its 36th year. It is the only paper you turn to when you want to announce a coming concert … Continue reading

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KOREAN DIVA DONATES TALENT FEE TO HOME FOR ABANDONED CHILDREN

Concert Updates KOREAN DIVA DONATES TALENT FEE TO HOME FOR ABANDONED CHILDREN By Pablo A. Tariman Grammy-award winning Korean diva Sumi Jo said here the arts are in a better position to unite people and neutralize political tensions among the … Continue reading

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