Ballet PhilippinesNEO-FILIPINO: ANTING
Date: 14 September 2012Time: 3pm & 8pm
Date: 15 September 2012Time: 2pm & 6pm
Date: 16 September 2012Time: 10am & 3pm
Venue: Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theater)
Anting brings to life pre-eminent dramatist Tony Perez’s libretto that explores the world of talismans and amulets of Filipino magical traditions. It is made up for four separate movements, each depicting a specific kind of amulet and its powers.
Each movement is interpreted through dance by noted Filipino choreographers: BP artistic director Paul Alexander Morales, BP associate artistic director Christine Crame, BP alumnus and E-Dance Theatre artistic director Gerald Mercado, and Airdance artistic director Ava Villanueva-Ong. They will work with the music of noted musicians Jed Balsamo, Jerrold Tarod, Teresa Barrozo and Israel Rodriguez.
Anting promises to take audiences to a different world, one that is altogether historical, traditional, and familiar yet edgy and unusual in approach. As the 43rd Season: Dragon Song continues, Ballet Philippines keeps the magic and wonder alive in us all.
Tickets: Php1,200 | Php600
For more details, contact ballet Philippines at (632)832-3689.

Ballet Philippines
NEO-FILIPINO: ANTING

Date: 14 September 2012
Time: 3pm & 8pm

Date: 15 September 2012
Time: 2pm & 6pm

Date: 16 September 2012
Time: 10am & 3pm

Venue: Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (CCP Little Theater)

Anting brings to life pre-eminent dramatist Tony Perez’s libretto that explores the world of talismans and amulets of Filipino magical traditions. It is made up for four separate movements, each depicting a specific kind of amulet and its powers.

Each movement is interpreted through dance by noted Filipino choreographers: BP artistic director Paul Alexander Morales, BP associate artistic director Christine Crame, BP alumnus and E-Dance Theatre artistic director Gerald Mercado, and Airdance artistic director Ava Villanueva-Ong. They will work with the music of noted musicians Jed Balsamo, Jerrold Tarod, Teresa Barrozo and Israel Rodriguez.

Anting promises to take audiences to a different world, one that is altogether historical, traditional, and familiar yet edgy and unusual in approach. As the 43rd Season: Dragon Song continues, Ballet Philippines keeps the magic and wonder alive in us all.

Tickets: Php1,200 | Php600

For more details, contact ballet Philippines at (632)832-3689.

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