By Romeo Ayson Zetazate Montreal, Canada November 5, 2014
"Sa Mahal Kong Bayan" pagpupugay sa musikang Pilipino.
This concert was presented by Choirmaster Glenn B. de Jesus at St. Willibrorde's Parish Church in Verdun, Montreal last November 1
The concert was a presentation of songs, dances, poems and rap that is descriptive of Philippine history celebrating Independence.
It was a three-hour live presentation, combined with humorous acting, comedy performed by thirteen actors & singers who came direct from Bulacan, Philippines greatly enjoyed by Filipinos and foreigner guests alike.
Other sponsors were Fr. Greg Nunez, Francisco & Director Monica Altares and Corazon Aberin Sir Salvador Cabugao, FAMAS, Royal Bank Sir Felix de Luna, Connie Fabro, Mayor Anthony Hoesefeather, William Fabia of UPS, Sally Carino, Fely Rosales, St. Willibrorde Parish, Natalie Pelausa, Kapangpangan Association of Montreal.
Upcoming performances of Koro Bulakeno in Canada:
Winnipeg, Nov. 7 at Canton Hall, King Edward Gallery (contact is Lady Clarita Nazario) Winnipeg, Nov. 9 at Filipino Senior Center Calgary, Nov. 12 at Carver Theatre, at 180 Queenraie (Lovela Penaranda) Edmonton, Nov. 15 (no final location mentioned)
Executive Director Corazon Santiago-Aberin
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