Gary Valenciano - Growing Up
2 plays

GROWING UP
Composed and lyrics by Odette Quesada
Sung by Gary Valenciano
OST of Bagets, Filipino youth-oriented comedy film (1984)

I
Here’s to the old times and the best of new ones
Here’s to a song of glee
Finding our way from illusions to realities
Hoping to wake up from this madness
Hoping to see you smile
Pushing our way to the limit of yours and mine

Chorus:
I’m growing up, getting down
Putting my both feet on the ground
With all my friends behind me
How can I go wrong this time?
I’m growing up, getting down
Think of reality came around
Not just waiting for the daybreak
Expecting the sun to shine
It doesn’t shine all the time

II
Falling in love, falling apart
You think it’s the end of the line
Holding hand while crying, then you’ll feel just fine
If you’re thinking that you’re the only one
Well, take a look around and you’ll find
I’ll be there where you are
Then and now, I say

Repeat Chorus
Repeat I & Repeat Chorus

Tara Lets Bagets!

ANG PUSO KONG NAGMAMAHAL (Celeste Legaspi)

This was the entry of the Philippines to the 1976 WORLD POPULAR SONG FESTIVAL and it was a winning composition.

ilovecharts:

The World Cup
via Kurt White

ilovecharts:

The World Cup

via Kurt White

ALICE GARCIA REYESPambansang Alagad ng Sining sa Sayaw (2014)Nagbunsod ng Kontemporaryong Sayaw

ALICE GARCIA REYES
Pambansang Alagad ng Sining sa Sayaw (2014)
Nagbunsod ng Kontemporaryong Sayaw

culturalcenterphils:

Ballet PhilippinesLA REVOLUCION FILIPINA
25-27 July 2014Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater)
La Revolucion Filipina is an original full-length ballet production by Ballet Philippines choreographed by Agnes Locsin, with libretto by Dennis N. Marasigan and music by Ryan Cayabyab. Originally staged in the 1990s as part of the Philippine Centennial Celebrations, it will be performed again as Ballet Philippines 45thseason opening production and in commemoration of the 150th birth anniversary of Apolinario Mabini, upon whose work the title of the ballet  comes from.
In La Revolucion Filipina, the vicissitudes of the nascent Philippine nation are played out, with Emilio Aguinaldo, Andres Bonifacio and Apolinario Mabini as the main characters. The ballet moves from the triumphant declaration of Philippine Independence to 1898, to the foundation of the Philippine Republic in Malolos and the ensuing conflict with the new American colonizers. In Mabini’s view, the defeat of the Filipinos was largely due to the internecine conflicts among themselves, a lesson our present-day society may well learn from.
La Revolucion Filipina has also been performed outside the country, including the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and in various venues in the U.S. West Coast. It has been hailed for its riveting choreography and theatricality, and won Gawad Buhay awards for Best Original Dance Production and Choreography in its restaging in 2008.
For schedule and ticket prices, click here. To buy tickets, click here. For inquiries, please contact (02)551-1003, email info@ballet.ph, or PM us on facebook.com/balletphilippines for more info.

culturalcenterphils:

Ballet Philippines
LA REVOLUCION FILIPINA

25-27 July 2014
Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater)

La Revolucion Filipina is an original full-length ballet production by Ballet Philippines choreographed by Agnes Locsin, with libretto by Dennis N. Marasigan and music by Ryan Cayabyab. Originally staged in the 1990s as part of the Philippine Centennial Celebrations, it will be performed again as Ballet Philippines 45thseason opening production and in commemoration of the 150th birth anniversary of Apolinario Mabini, upon whose work the title of the ballet  comes from.

In La Revolucion Filipina, the vicissitudes of the nascent Philippine nation are played out, with Emilio Aguinaldo, Andres Bonifacio and Apolinario Mabini as the main characters. The ballet moves from the triumphant declaration of Philippine Independence to 1898, to the foundation of the Philippine Republic in Malolos and the ensuing conflict with the new American colonizers. In Mabini’s view, the defeat of the Filipinos was largely due to the internecine conflicts among themselves, a lesson our present-day society may well learn from.

La Revolucion Filipina has also been performed outside the country, including the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and in various venues in the U.S. West Coast. It has been hailed for its riveting choreography and theatricality, and won Gawad Buhay awards for Best Original Dance Production and Choreography in its restaging in 2008.

For schedule and ticket prices, click here. To buy tickets, click here. For inquiries, please contact (02)551-1003, email info@ballet.ph, or PM us on facebook.com/balletphilippines for more info.

usatodaysports:

CHAMPS!
Don’t call this Germany squad underachievers anymore
Germany was the best team from start to finish
Watch the winning goal

Jens Nowotny is one of the reasons why Germany won the FIFA World Cup 2014.

Jens Nowotny ist einer der Gründe, warum Deutschland gewann die Fussball-Weltmeisterschaft 2014.

Si Jens Nowotny ang isa sa mga dahilan kung bakit nanalo ang Alemanya sa Pandaigdigang Laro ng Sipaang-Bola 2014

ccp-visualarts:

PSYCHOLOGY TODAYMaria Cruzwith support from Galleria Duemila
24 July to 24 August 2014Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (CCP Small Gallery)
Artist talk: 24 July, Thursday, 4pmOpening reception: 24 July, Thursday, 6pm
Psychology Today consists of a series of paintings based on an advertising insert from Esquire Magazine dated June 1971. The advertising insert enumerated 17 reasons why one should buy and read Psychology Today, promoting the importance of learning modern psychology in order to learn about people, including one self. In this exhibition Maria Cruz painted and selected 10 from the 17 enumerated reasons in the ad insert.

ccp-visualarts:

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY
Maria Cruz
with support from Galleria Duemila

24 July to 24 August 2014
Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (CCP Small Gallery)

Artist talk: 24 July, Thursday, 4pm
Opening reception: 24 July, Thursday, 6pm

Psychology Today consists of a series of paintings based on an advertising insert from Esquire Magazine dated June 1971. The advertising insert enumerated 17 reasons why one should buy and read Psychology Today, promoting the importance of learning modern psychology in order to learn about people, including one self. In this exhibition Maria Cruz painted and selected 10 from the 17 enumerated reasons in the ad insert.