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Friday, October 27, 2006

Concert Pianist Lea Capulong and students in Paco Park Presents

Closing the October month in Paco Park Presents this Friday, October 27, 2006, starting at 6:00 p.m., are concert pianist Lea Perpetual F. Capulong and her piano students, namely, Marrianne Therese M. Tantuico, Yuka Takahashi, Gabrielle Francine Tantuico, Agnes Melissa Gabrielle Tan, Joey Chen, Katrina B. Agbwulos, Juan Carlos Miguel B. Tan and Paula Beatrice S. Fucon. Ms. Thea Perez is program host.

Concert pianist and piano teacher Lea Perpetua Capulong is a graduate of the University of the Philippines College of Music. A consistent scholar during her college days, she was a grand prize winner in the National Music Competitions for Young Artists or NAMCYA. Ms. Capulong will play SALAMISIM by National Artist for Music Lucio D. San Pedro.

Ms. Capulong’s students shall bring life to the following programme: MENUET IN G MAJOR and MUSSETE IN D MAJOR (Johann Sebastian Bach) by 9-year old PAREF-Woodrose student Marianne Therese Tantuico; FOUNTAIN IN THE RAIN and SLEIGHBELLS IN THE SNOW (W. Gillock) by Grade 4 student of Manila Japanese School Yuka Takahashi; DANCE OF THE REED PIPES from the Nutcracker Suite (Peter Tchaikovsky/Arranged: J. Bastien) by 12-year old Grade 6 student from PAREF-Woodrose School Gabrielle Francine M. Tantuico; INVENTION NO. 6 IN E MAJOR (Johann Sebastian Bach) and THE ADIEU (Mendelssohn-Bartholdy) from “Songs Without Words” by 12-year old PAREF-Woodrose student Agnes Melissa Gabrielle Tan; GYMNOPEDIE (E. Satie), TOCCATA NO. 4, OPUS 60 (Dimitri Kabalevsky) and KNIGHT REPPERT OPUS 68 (Robert Schumann) by International School student Joey Chen; SHORT STORY OPUS 27, NO. 36 (Dimitri Kabalevsky) and NOCTURNE (National Artist for Music Lucio D. San Pedro) by fourth year Computer Science student of the University of the Philippines Katrina B. Agbulos; PRELUDE NO. 2 IN C MINOR, BMV847 (Johann Sebastian Bach) and TARANTELLA OPUS 102, NO. 3 (Mendelssohn-Bartholdy) by Southridge School student Juan Carlos Miguel B. Tan; PINWHEELS (W. Gillock) and WALTZ OPUS 64, NO. 1 (Frederic Chopin) by 15-year old San Beda Alabang student Paula Beatrice S. Fucon; HISTOIRES NO. 2, PETIT – AVE BLANC AND AVEC UNE TRANQUILLE HONNE HUMEUR (Jacques Ibert) by Grade 5 student of Manila Japanese School Miho Takahashi; and GOLLIWOY’S CAKE WALK from the “Children’s Corner Suite” (Claude Debussy) and SONATINA – Allegro giocoso, Allegro mosso (A. Khachaturian) by Grade 10 student of International School Christine S.J. Ko.

*All skeds may be subject to change without prior notice.

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