Lessons for a changed world : The Legacy of the indigenous peoples of the Philippines
The Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group is honoured to part of the Department of Foreign Affairs celebration of the 123rd anniversary of Philippine Independence and commemoration of 2021 as the year of Filipino Pre-Colonial Ancestors through this special online presentation, “Lessons for a Changed World: The Legacy of the Indigenous Peoples of the Philippines.”
Thank you so much Direk Floy Quintos.
Watch and celebrate our rich cultural heritage with us!
Tanghal Sayaw (Staging Folkdance Performances)
Tuklasin natin ang mga sayaw na sumasalamin sa galing , tapang at kagitingan ng sining. Sama sama nating ipagbunyi ang pagkakakilanlan ng bawat pilipino.
Alamin natin ito sa ating ika-apat na serye ng ROFG Dance Master Series kasama sina Ernesto Cortez , Raul Nepomuceno Jr. at Marciano Viri
Yakan : The Sound of Tuntungan
The Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group proudly presents Yakan : The sound of the Tuntungan.
This Episode features exceptional Yakan musical instruments that are not just played in rituals, religious ceremonies and festivities but particularly towards the growing rice in hopes of “making it happy” to secure a good and bountiful harvest.
Herencia de Cuerdas : the Strings that Bind us
This episode tackles the history of the Rondalla in the Philippines. Discuss and appreciate the sound created by the instruments. Its relationship to our culture and tradition and most specially its role in bringing life to our dances.
Pananaliksik sa Sayaw (Folk Dance Research)
Bakit importante ang pananaliksik ng sayaw?
Alamin natin ito sa ating ikatlong serye ng ROFG Dance Master Series kasama sina Ernesto Cortez, Raul Nepomuceno Jr., at Marciano Viri.
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Katutubong Sayaw (An introduction to filipino folkloric expression)
Ano ang KATUTUBONG SAYAW?
Alamin natin ito sa ating ikalawang serye ng ROFG Dance Master Series kasama sina Ernesto Cortez, Raul Nepomuceno, Jr., at Marciano Viri.
Tuklasin natin yan sa ARTS ONLINE: TALK kasama si Kuya Art.
Sa unang serye ng ROFG Dance Masters Series, ating ipagdiwang ang ika-48 selebrasyon ng pagkakatatag ng Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group.
Tampok sina Ernesto Cortez, Raul Nepomuceno, Jr., at Marciano Viri alamin natin ang mga pamana sa pagsayaw ng National Artist for Dance, Ramon Obusan, na nag iwan ng TATAK ROFG.
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Tuloy po kayo sa aming palabas!
Catch the Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group in presenting Fiesta Filipina, excerpts from Obra Maestra ni Ramon Obusan on March 28 at 11:30AM-12:00NN
Quincentennial Memorial Concert and Tertulia to Honor Esther A. Vibal
The Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group is honoured to be part of the Quincentennial Memorial Concert and Tertulia to Honor Esther A. Vibal on her 98th Birthday on Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 4:00 PM via Zoom
Tour the City of Manila with Mikey Bustos
Catch the Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group at The TODAY SHOW WITH HODA AND JENNA in a series titled, “Today Takes You” where they highlight various countries around the globe. They’re featuring the Philippines! Mikey Bustos as their talent – giving us a tour of the Philippines through his eyes. Food, island hopping, city life, culture & dance of our country will all be showcased and we are excited for the world to see what the Philippines has to offer giving it a US platform it deserves. Let’s share our pride and heritage together! Mabuhay!
BRWN – Bangon!
The Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group is honoured to be part of the Bangon! music video by BRWN for CCP Kanto Kultura.
3oth South East Asian Games 2019 Opening Ceremony
The 30th SEA Games is bringing out the Pinoy spirit of bayanihan or community, as celebrated artists, production companies, youth groups, and many other organizations are uniting for the SEA Games 2019 Opening Ceremonies to be held on Nov. 30, at the Philippine Arena. The grand event is set to be an exposition of Filipino culture, and contemporary music and dance, and a testament to the collaboration of great talents. Indeed, it embodies the games’ credo of “We Win As One.”
The country’s premier folk dance company, the Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group, is also contributing their skills together with hundreds of students from at least 12 different schools and colleges in Metro Manila. They will be dancing in elaborately choreographed production numbers with sets and costumes made by topnotch Filipino visual artists and designers.