Kagay-anons and visitors from all over Mindanao were treated for the first time ever to dazzling glimpses of India’s Diwali Festival as the Indian Embassy Manila and the Indian Business Forum brought highlights of India’s Festival of Lights to the Limketkai Atrium Wednesday evening.
An artist from Jasaan, Misamis Oriental represented the Philippines in a recent artists’ camp held in Udaipur (City of Lakes) a city in the western Indian state of Rajasthan, India, and formerly the capital of the Mewar Kingdom, as a celebration of 30 years of India-ASEAN ties.
Chamber Works by Kagay-anon classical composer Niño Cesar Borromeo Tiro is finally here, and it is a musical tour-de-force of classical composition.
Tiro was earlier awarded a grant by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Competitive Grants Program by virtue of his Ani ng Dangal Award given during the 13th Philippine Arts Festival for his piano composition Phantasie für Ludwig performed by concert pianist Susanne Kessel for Volume 9 of her global composition project 250 Piano Pieces for Beethoven which has become a crowd favorite during Kessel’s concerts and promotional tours in 2019.… Continue reading... “CHAMBER WORKS By Niño Cesar Borromeo Tiro”
Cagayan de Oro City’s Jacob “Coby” Rolida has made it as one of the three members to the Philippine Team to the Nomura Cup which will be hosted by the country at the Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club in Carmona, Cavite on November 14 to 18.
Long before Pia Wurtzbach was crowned Ms. Universe and Cindy Obeñita Miss Intercontinental, a Fil-Am beauty who traces her roots to Cagayan de Oro City and Misamis Oriental brought pride and prestige to the city by becoming the first contestant of Filipino parents to win the Ms. Texas USA title.