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Get a chance to be trained by >two-time Aliw Awardee for Best Actor and Director in a musical play >Dangal ng Bansa awardee, >Broadway World awardee >Carlos Palanca awardee And, recently awarded as >PMPC’s Best New Male Actor: Atty. Vince Tanada!!
Sing, Dance and Act with your favorite Stagers. Be immersed to a life of a real actor on stage as we share to you our best craft yet-the “Bonifacio Isang Sarsuela” stageplay as your recital.
These are just some things to expect from us, so get up! Don’t be lazy and don’t get to waste your summer of 2014! Make it extraordinary! Learn and have fun with us!
Registration & Audition Sched MARCH 27, 28, 29, 30 & 31 1PM – 7PM 4th floor, Vincent I bldg., Calabash-A St. corner G-Tuazon, Balic-Balic, Sampaloc, Manila.
DON GORDON BELL’S LATEST FB STATUS (MARCH 28, FRIDAY):
“WOW, great friend Michael James called me from Mexico this morning. Tells me he will be coming later this year to Manila. He sent me some photos from our youth…filming a Sci-Fi and Vietnam action film, with a few babes on location, and with John Silao, Romano Kristoff, he and myself.”
MYX RECOGNIZES THE PAROKYA NI EDGAR AS THIS YEAR’S MAGNA AWARDEE
Every time that MYX mounts the Philippines’ biggest awards night in music, they select one mover and shaker of local music scene that they deem historically groundbreaking. This year’s music awards saw the recognition of a group that has brought a whole new, hilarious flavor to Philippine sound.
The award was given to a band that celebrated twenty years of friendship, humor, and good music—Parokya ni Edgar.
In true Parokya fashion, eight friends and pioneers of band members Chito Miranda, Buwi Meneses, Gab Chee Kee, Darius Semana, Dindin Moreno and Vinci Montaner gathered on stage around a plastic table and monobloc chairs to share a pitcher and snacks. Among those present at the table were Rico Blanco, Gloc-9, Miggy Chavez, Yeng Constantino, Barbie Almalbis, Gabby Alipe, Ebe Dancel, and Raimund Marasigan. They performed six renditions of Parokya ni Edgar’s famous songs, “Buloy”, “Harana”, “Pangarap Lang Kita”, “Halaga”, “The Yes Yes Show”, and “Inuman Na,” which aptly capped off the performance when the members of Parokya ni Edgar stepped on stage to accept the title.
Vocalist Chito Miranda found himself humbled by all of this. “Usually people would expect us to say something funny, but for once I’m speechless,” he said when MYX Channel Head Andre Allan Alvarez presented him with the award.
The night of the MYX Music Awards was also one to honor artists, groups, and music video directors who made an impact in the local scene over the past year.
Here is the complete list of winners from the MYX Music Awards night, which was held last Wednesday (March 26, 2014):
Favorite Music Video: “Magda” by Gloc9 feat. Rico Blanco
Favorite Artist: Sarah Geronimo
Magna Awardee: Parokya ni Edgar
Favorite Female Artist: Yeng Constantino
Favorite male Artist: Bamboo
Favorite Group Winner: Parokya ni Edgar
Favorite Celebrity Guest Appearance in a Music Video: Kim Chiu for “Discolamon” by Banda ni Kleggy
Favorite New Artist: KZ Tandingan
Favorite MYX Celebrity VJ: Abra
Favorite Mellow Video: “Magkabilang Mundo” by Jireh Lim
Favorite Rock Video: “Carousel” by Bamboo
Favorite Urban Video: “Magda” by Gloc9 feat. Rico Blanco
Favorite Remake: “It Take a Man and a Woman” by Sarah Geronimo
Favorite Media Soundtrack: “Carousel” by Bamboo
Favorite Collaboration: “Magda” by Gloc 9 feat. Rico Blanco
Favorite Song: “Magda” by Gloc9 feat. Rico Blanco
Favorite International Video: Roar by Katy Perry
Favorite K-POP Video: “Wolf” by Exo
Replays of the MYX Music Awards will be aired on MYX on March 28 at 7:30pm, March 29 at 2:30pm, March 30 at 10:30am, and March 31 at 1:00am.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines announced that CCP would turn into a “Center for Choral Performance” starting 2014, as it offers an exciting variety of choral music concerts and workshops for choirs and choral conductors and an international choral festival under its choral music program.
The following choral music events lined up for the year include the Madz et al. Choral Festival (April 1-6, 2014), a festival of choir performances of more than 50 choirs under the helm of alumni conductors of the Philippine Madrigal Singers, in celebration of the 30th year of the Madz et al.; the 50th Anniversary Closing Concert (June 28 & 29, 2014) of the Philippine Madrigal Singers, featuring the choir formed under their “Sing Philippines” Program who are selected choral singers from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao; CCP Hands-on Choral Workshop (October 21-25, 2014), the annual training program that gathers choirs and conductors from different parts of the country who undergo a 5-day intensive training program in choral singing, conducting and performance; and the 2nd Andrea O. Veneracion International Choral Festival, Manila 2015 (July 21-25) which opens its doors to choirs from different parts of the world to compete in three choir categories: Folk, Vocal Ensemble and Chamber Choir. (Photo by Kiko Cabuena)
Kung sino ang tunay na “authority” when it comes to directing major stage and theater productions at mas may alam pagdating sa tunay na kagalingan ng mga Pinoy theater artists- walang iba kundi si direk Audie Gemora iyon. Tunay namang kapag galing ang isang theater artist mula sa training niya- ang mga ito ay nagiging “world class”.
Kaya naman may “mata” at “pandinig” si direk Audie pagdating sa kagalingan ng mga Pinoy pagdating sa larangan ng pag-awit at pag-arte sa teatro. Naging aktor din siya sa halos lahat ng major (at legitimate) theater companies. Pero mas pinili niyang mag-concentrate at i-focus ngayon ang all-out dedication niya sa kompanyang Trumpets Playshop, isa sa mga pinaka-sosyal at snobbish (pumapangalawa sa Repertory Philippines) na theater group ng bansang Pilipinas.
Sankaterba ngayon ang naka-line-up na major theater productions ng Trumpets Playshop. Bukod sa magbe-venture na rin sila sa pagma-manage ng mga in-house talents nila.
“Last year, more than 800 workshop participants ang sumali sa aming Trumpets Playshop Summer Workshop”, wika ni direk Audie sa ginanap na isang mini-conference kamakailan lang. “Kaya naman we expect more than that this year. They believe more kasi in our capacity to train new and promising theater artists and singers and models. We have proven our worth. Kaya naman, kinukuha ng channel 2 at channel 7 ang mga artists namin na loumabas sa kani-kanilang mga TV programs. And carlo Orosa will supervise in handling the careers of our artists.”
Naitanong namin kay direk Audie, ano nga ba ang tunay na masasabi niya sa kagalingan ni Lea Salonga na na-witness niya fully ang career nito (dahil ilang beses na niyang nakasama si Lea buhat nung bata pa ito), at pati na rin si Charice Pempengco na isa ring international celebrity na tulad ni Lea?
” Si Lea, she got the perfect time and the perfect break- and anyone can be another Lea Salonga mabigyan lang ng ganu’ng katinding break…while si Charice, hasang-hasa sa mga shows sa mga probinsya, at mas mahirap ang pinagdaanan niya!”, maagap na sagot ni direk Audie. “You see, bata pa lang si Lea, around 8 years old pa lamang siya, she’s already that good. She came at a perfect time and the great breaks came-in. Plus the fact na talagang napakagaling niya as a performer. Si Charice naman, grabe ang pinagdaanan niya sa buhay. Laman siya ng mga fiesta shows sa mga probinsya at doon siya mas nahasa ng husto! Kaya nagugulat ang mga tulad nina Oprah Winfrey at Ellen de Generes kung paano naging ganu’n kagaling si Charice!”
Iba daw talaga ang Pinoy sa kagalingan, ayon pa kay direk Audie. Lalo na sa panahon ngayon na gumagawa na talaga ng eksena ang Pinoy sa international scene.
“And that’s something we’re doing here now at Trumpets Playshop”, pagtatapos ni direk Audie. “So come and join us!”
Spas are getting to be one of the most in-demand leisures and relaxation for career-oriented people nowadays. A simple and affordable treat for busy bodies who provide necessities for their families and dependents, who compete day in and day out to reach their professional goals in their field of works, and who aspire for self-improvement and a greater being.
Thus, the spas were born. A thriving health and beauty business venture that’s now creating a good market all over the globe.
There are many kind of spas being established now in the Philippines. But the most successful ones are those that cater to the skin and fitness of a human persona or being of a person.
With the flow of many Spa business establishments in the country- dermatology and slimming spas are the most sought-after and very much in-demand.
Because these kind of skin and fitness spas don’t require surgery or cuts or blades. It’s less risky. .People who simply want to have a better-looking and younger skin would feel safe and beneficial.And also, a person who simply want to get rid of of unwanted fats and heaviness in weight, would again be more hopeful and feeling a more self-fulfilling task to further enhance his fitness and physical self.
This is where Mrs. Prescy Valenzuela Yulo, (owner of Skin Rejuve Elite: Aesthetic, Laser & Sculpture Centre) comes-in. with her six branches of aesthetic spas, she provides clients with the best and the most safest NON-SURGICAL procedures on skin and slimming enhancements.
The first time a blogger met Mrs. Precy Yulo during the Beauty & Arts 3 event of actress Maribel Lopez, he felt so touched by the warmth and kindness of this woman. She smiled so sincerely and even when they were both distracted during an interview by someone at that event, Mrs. Yulo didn’t show any aloofness and distance. Her very nice manner of dealing with the blogger was one of those unforgettable moments when a total good and kind stranger showed her warmth and sincerity to an interviewer. Thus, the blogger promised to himself that he’ll support Mrs. Yulo’s business undertaking in his blog! Surely.
Below are the questions of a blogger and Mrs. Yulo’s answers:
SSSIP: How did Skin Rejuve started?
PRESCY YULO (P.Y.): Prior to laser and slimming services, Ronald- my husband, and I, used to work with a company dealing with the medical industry. We’re both in the wellness industry for 15 years that provides hospital equipments. With that, we gained experience and later on, we both resigned to our employers. We decided to put-up our own in the year 2007. We distributed dermatology equipments to those people who need it. We also distributed body and sculpting equipments later on…
In the year 2011, we decided to put-up an Aesthetic Center, and we named it Skin Rejuve. We started with one clinic in Kamias Road, near corner Kasing-Kasing Street. From thereon, after that one branch, nag-grow ang business namin. Now, we have six branches na in less than six years.
SSSIP: What is Aesthetic, Laser and Sculpture beauty techniques?
P.Y.: Aesthetics are enhancements that improve the beauty of a person. It’s minimally invasive- meaning, no cuts, no blades. While Lasers are used for the removal of unwanted hairs- diminishing wrinkles and fine lines. Laser also removes acne scars and sun-damaged spots.And Sculpture treatments, on the other hand, are the slimming treatments with different machines that we have. There’s the Ultra Sound machines that we have that’s used in breaking down fats and even celullites. There’s the Radio Frequency machine that’s used on the other hand for tightening of skin. Plus other high-tech equipments that we have now- all for our Sculpting services for slimming purposes.
SSSIP: What are the advantages of non-surgical procedures? Do Skin Rejuve clinic wish to compete, in a different way, with the likes of Belo or Calayan clinics?
P.Y.: You see, Robert, non-surgical procedures are less-traumatic to a person. It’s faster in recuperation time and less expensive! If you are a practical person – then, Skin Rejuve clinic is for you. Plus the fact that even ordinary employees, students and senior citizens can really afford our very reasonable prices in our beauty services…. When it comes to competing with the likes of Belo clinic or Calayan clinic, well, our services is entirely different from them. Because they do surgical procedures while Skin Rejuve certainly don’t do that. Skin Rejuve only offers non-surgical procedures.
SSSIP: Do you really think it’s high time for people in the Philippines to beautify themselves?
P.Y.: Yes, of course! And that’s the reason why me and my husband worked hard to open a clinic that can make our fellow Filipinos more beautiful. And our beauty enhancement services is the answer for that! Plus the fact that our services are really affordable.
SSSIP: That’s all for now, Prescy. Thank you.
P.Y.: Thank you, too, Robert.
(end of interview)
from SSSIP: Two more blog features on Mrs. Prescy Yulo and the Skin rejuve clinic to come-out soon. 🙂 🙂 🙂
“look at how the wind blew… a storm is coming through… and i just want to be right here with you…”
goes the lyrics of an old song used as a background music in the COLIN FARREL Hollywood film made in 2004, in which, he had to kiss his gay lover in the said film. Oh, my. Anyway, that song was so wonderful. It reveals an imparting storm, or rain, or NEW LIFE…
A HOME AT THE END OF THE WORLD.
A FAMILY CAN BE WHATEVER YOU MAY WANT IT TO BE.
It’s not just the bloodlines… A FAMILY IS A GROUP OF PEOPLE WHO CAN ACCEPT YOU AS WHAT YOU ARE, WILL LET YOU FEEL YOU BELONG TO THEM… WHO WILL NOT CRITICIZE YOU UP TO YOUR BONES OR SINCE THE DAY YOU WERE BORN THAT DOESN’T SEEM TO STOP A FAMILY? RATHER, IT’S A GROUP OF PEOPLE…
Dear St. Therese,
Hi there. Last night, I saw you in my dream again. We were playing and biking amidst the fields, together with another friend… In that dream, we were kids And the three of us were so happy, so candid, so excited…
I knew it was you, St. Therese. When I googled your pictures at the internet- I was so enthralled when I saw the girl in my dreams…
Last Sunday, I went to your church. And I was so happy to be there. Maybe, I need to pray with you, more often from now on…
Every time I walk in our subdivision, I kept on looking at the flowers at the garden of many houses and at the sidewalk. Especially roses.
Now I am thinking of bringing you flowers soon. You imparted something so deep within me…