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2013 – Ugat Ugnayan Obusan

PerformanceUgat Ugnayan Obusan
  
Date and TimeAug 24 , 2013 – 03:00 PM and 08:00 PM
VenueSilliman University Dumaguete
TheaterClaire Isabel McGill Luce Auditorium
TypeNational Production
  

SILLIMAN UNIVERSITY CULTURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
IN COOPERATION WITH GLOBE TELECOM
PRESENTS
RAMON OBUSAN FOLKLORIC GROUP
Ugat Ugnayan, Obusan
27 August 2013
SATURDAY / 3 PM MATINIE
AND 8 PM GALA CLAIRE ISABEL MCGILL LUCE AUDITORIUM
SILLIMAN UNIVERSITY
DUMAGUETE CITY

THIS PROGRAM IS SPONSORED BY
SILLIMAN UNIVERSITY ALUMNI COUNCIL OF NORTH AMERICA
2001

2011-2013 SUACONA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
CHAIRPERSON GIDEON Z. ALEGADO
OREGON, USA
VICE CHAIRPERSON BETSY AYA-AY JACKSON
UNTARIO. CANADA
SECRETARY FAITH MANIGSACA-DURAN
CALIFORNIA. U.SA
TREASURER DELY P. GO NEW JERSEY. U.SA
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER EVANGELINE BRAVO-MANJARES
NEW YORK, USA
AUDITOR FRANK SOMERA
TEXAS, USA.
IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIRPERSON ZENAIDA DURAN BENNETT
CALIFORNIA, U.S.A.
PAST CHAIRPERSONS/ADVISERS SYLVESTER ALMIRON, JR.
VELV YORK, U.S.A.
RENATO QUERUBIN
ONO U.S.A.
JOEL PAL VA YORK 1.5.A.
FOUNDER/ADVISER FEDERICO AGNIR
FLORIDA. U.S.A

UGAT
UGNAYAN
OBUSAN
24 AUGUST 2013
SATURDAY 3 P.M. MATINEE AND 8 P.M. GALA CLAIRE ISABEL MCGILL LUCE AUDITORIUM
SILLIMAN UNIVERSITY
DUMAGUETE CITY
ACT 1
The Philippine National Anthem
Introduction
Pamalugu
Gin Um Sugod Uno
Pagkawin
Kayaw
Kayaw Ragragsakan
Pattong
Inagta

Alap Gala
Lapay
INTERMISSION
ACT 2
Rigodon Royale
Cordillera Instruments – Ganza
Bagobo Instruments – Tangunggo Musliin Instruments ~ Kulintang, Gong, Dabakan, Gandingan
La Jota De Paragua
Sagayan Kinakulangan Janggay/Magigal
Pindulas Sua-Sua
Silat
Sheherada
Singkil
Pilipinas

ABOUT THE RAMON OBUSAN
FOLKLORIC GROUP
Leaning on the vast amount of data and artifacts he has accumulated while doing researches, Ramon Arevalo Obusan (National Artist for Dance) thought of starting a dance company that will mirror the traditional culture of the Filipinos through dance and music. Thus, the Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group was conceived in September of 1972. Forty years later, the group has created a niche in the world of dance as a forerunner of Philippine folk dances performed closest to the original. Boasting of over a thousand performances in the Philippines and abroad, the ROFG has been one of the resident dance companies of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) since 1986.

Though steeped in international recognition, the ROFG has never forgotten the people who are the very source of its pride. For four decades, it has documented and performed the dances, music and rituals of more than 50 ethno-linguistic groups in the country. With more than twenty outstanding full-length Filipino dance works, among which are suites from the Cordillera, the Muslim and the indigenous tribes, the ROFG has continuously served to highlight the authenticity of the movements, music, songs and dances of these people.

Today, the ROFG humbly celebrates 40 years of fruitful existence and service to the Filipino people. There is no stopping the ROFG in their pursuit to record and stage the fast fading Filipino traditions.

THE COMPANY

Administrative Director
Dulce A. Obusan

Stage Manager Raul A. Nepomuceno Jr.

Video Special Sound Effects
Janice Carol Dee

Technical Director/Light Designer
Danilo C. Villanueva

Dance Director Cherry A. Ylanan Villanueva Jhunnard Jhordan S. Cruz

Dancers
Christme Carol O. Singson
Rouvella S. Perocho Rowena V. Villocino
Abigail G. Calma Allione Grace L. Delos Santos Jememma Mlikee M. So
Kiku Ishizu Asami Hakozaki Shyme Jeremy R. Arellano
Lhyra Jane P. Ranos Dianne Angelic R. Pido
Ma Ruby A. Ocampo Lyle Eymard A. Villahermosa
Allan P. Villocino Romeo S. Abarro Ronaldo M. Mendoza
Marciano T. Viri Kenneth Christopher R. Torres Krell Alphonsus M. Bendijo
Ace E. Villanueva Percival A. Carel Benjo E. Escalante Rommel P. Serrano Ronald V. Asuncion Jr.

Musicians
Jose Roel R. Oga Luke Anthony O. Singson
Benjie G. Bitoon Kristina Marie R. Parato
Rowell M. Adonis
Rafael A. Tismo Michael O. Medina

A V A I LA BLE SOON
HANDULANTAW
CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF CULTURE AND THE ARTS
IN SILLIMAN UNIVERSITY
FEATURING 50 SILLIMANIAN MOVERS OF ART AND CULTURE
HANDULANTA
For queries about gelling copies of this historical coffeetable book,
please email Prof. Diomar Abrio at dabrio@yahoo.com.
or Ms. Sonia SyCaco at soniasygaco@yahoo.com.
RAMON OBUSAN FOLKLORIC GROUP

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