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    2008 Bamboo Organ Festival Las Pinas

    Posting for your information the upcoming 2008 Bamboo Organ Festival schedules, details and programme.

    33rd International Bamboo Organ Festival Las Pinas City, Metro Manila, Philippines

    Festival Schedule and Programme:

    Thursday, February 21, 2008 - GALA
    Solo organ music - Ghislain Leroy (France)
    Misa de Sales (1826), from Iglesia de Baclayon, Bohol - Las Pinas Boys Choir with Bamboo organ
    Bach Cantata no. 82 – Noel Azcona, solo baritone, with Festival Ensemble conducted by Chino Toledo

    Friday, February 22 - AN EVENING OF ORGAN MUSIC
    Full program of organ music on Bamboo organ and Auditorium organ by Ghislain Leroy (France)

    Saturday, February 23 - CONCERT UNDER THE TREES
    Popular music performed in the church patio

    Sunday, February 24 - Las Piñas Boys Choir In Concert

    Monday, February 25 - ORGAN AND VOICES
    Repeat of Gala concert

    Wednesday and Friday, February 27 and 29 MESSA DI GLORIA
    Celebration of the 150th birthday of Giacomo Puccini with a performance of his Messa di Gloria. Noel Azcona and Randy Gilongo, soloists, with Festival Orchestra conducted by Chino Toledo, and a mixed choir. The Concerto for Two Organs BWV 1061 will also be performed by Armando Salarza and Dr. Johann Trummer (Austria).

    Ticket prices: P600.00, P400.00, P200.00

    For inquiries, please call +63.2.510.3839.

    How to get to St. Joseph's Church (Bamboo Organ), Las Pinas City, Metro Manila,

    Driving Directions to Las Pinas Church: From Roxas Blvd going to Cavite, take the road going to Las Pinas at the end of Coastal Road. Turn left to the road just below the flyover then go straight till you see the Las Pinas Bamboo Organ Church on your left.

    How to commute to Las Pinas Church: From Lawton and Taft Avenue, there are Zapote-bound buses that will take you to Las Pinas.

    Other festival in Las Pinas is the erroneously called "water lily" festival.

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 11:00 PM,


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