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Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra to stage next series of online concerts on March 19

The PPO Online Pocket Performance Series, which runs from February to July 2021, is a program of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra that can be viewed from the PPO FB page and the CCP YouTube as platforms.

The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra stages its next series of online concerts billed as The PPO Spotlight: Virtual Pocket Performances to be streamed on March 19 at 8pm, Friday, through the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ website.

Program features the following pieces: “What A Wonderful World” by Bob Thiele and George David Weiss to be played by Edgardo Silangcruz (Flute), “Pie Jesu” by Andrew Lloyd Webber to be performed by Ma. Angelica Uson (Violin) and Glober Calambro (Trumpet); “Bella Ciao – Italian Protest Song” to be rendered by Hernan Manalastas (Clarinet), Edwin Matias (Trumpet), Ramon Alcantara (French Horn) and Arnel Jacinto (Contrabass); “Moon River” by Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer to be interpreted by Ayesa Cruz (Violin) and Madeline Jane Banta (Harp).

The PPO Online Pocket Performance Series, which runs from February to July 2021, is a program of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra that can be viewed from the PPO FB page and the CCP YouTube as platforms.

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