Music Without Borders

The OPF will be supporting a concert entitled Music Without Borders on Friday, November 11,2011, 6PM, Philamlife Theater on UN Avenue, Manila. Tickets will also be donated to PHSA (Philippine High School for the Arts) and the Sisters of Mary Girlstown, Silang, Cavite.

Music Without Borders is a series of classical music performances bringing together artists from different races, nationalities, creeds, & religions. On Friday, November 11, 2011, the eleventh edition of the series will take place at the Philamlife

Theater on UN Avenue in Manila. The concert is scheduled to begin at six o’clock in the evening.

Music Without Borders XI is a program giving homage to the bicentennial birth anniversary of Franz Liszt. The first half of the program will feature former & current pupils of Filipino Concert Pianist Jovianney Emmanuel Cruz. The pianists hailing from Japan, Korea, Indonesia, and the Philippines, will perform works by Liszt’s contemporaries, such as Chopin, Schumann, and Brahms. Also in the program are works by Liszt’s Hungarian compatriots such as Ernst Von Dohnanyi & Bela Bartok, and works of those he influenced such as Claude Debussy & Filipino composer Francisco Santiago. In the second half, Jovianney Emmanuel Cruz will perform four works by Liszt, including the monumental Piano Sonata in b minor.

For reservations, please call (0915)194-9760. For correspondence, please send emails to Music Without Borders XI, Friday, November 11, 2011, six o’clock in the evening, Philamlife Theater on UN Avenue, Manila.

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