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Negros Island Arts and Artists

G.E. -Art Appreciation

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Negros Island Arts and Artists

  1. 1. CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS IN NEGROS ISLAND
  2. 2. Sugar is central to the evolution of Negros culture. The affluence and the prosperity that the industry brought to the province nourished a charming, genteel, sometimes lavish spirit that sets the Negrense and Negorense . The People are regarded as affectionate, generous, fun loving people who enjoy the finer things in life. As a labor force, however, Negrenses and Negorense are highly motivated, educated, skilled, trainable and entrepreneurial individuals. NEGROS:CENTER OF ARTS & CULTURE
  3. 3. VISUAL ARTS -PAINTING
  4. 4.  Kitty, now in her 60s, who hails from Dumaguete City, Philippines. It was difficult to break in the art mainstream as local art activities were rare if not well-defined. Her hurdles were mostly the absence of good system of communications and hard to find good materials were not as accessible. Despite the obstacles in the 80s, she still pursued her passion as an independent visual artist and by 1992,  Kitty Taniguchi‘s is a champion of feminine aesthetic and is among the few Filipina painters who had successfully intruded upon a male-dominated art world—a feat back then. A veteran painter CRISTINA” KITTY” SOLLESTA- TANIGUCHI
  5. 5.  Charlie Co, born November 5, 1960, is a visual artist based in his hometown Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines. He is a co-founder of the Black Artists in Asia, a group known for its socio-political artworks in the 1980's - 1990's. Charlie has represented the Philippines in international exhibitions such as the "Asian Modernism" at the Japan Foundation Asian Cultural Centre in Tokyo Japan in 1995, the 23rd Sao Paolo Biennial and the 2nd Asia Pacific Triennial in Queensland, Australia both in 1996,the 2nd Clay Symposium and Exhibition in Gifu Prefecture, Japan and the Taegu Art Festival in South Korea in 1997. . CHARLIE CO
  6. 6.  A member Art Association of the Philippines awardee and Anaheim Art competition winner Dennis Ascalon who represented the Philippines in Utsonomiy Biennale and Art Traveling Exhibit in Kwangju. A Black artist in Asia and a famous Visual Arts DENNIS ASCALON
  7. 7.  Representative works of the Philippine-born pioneer of abstract expressionism and the go-between of Pollock and Dubuffet will be shown at León Gallery, his first exhibit in the country 2016.  In 2013, the Phillips Collection in Washington and Parrish Art Museum in New York mounted an important exhibit of the meeting between the abstract expressionist movements of the New York School and the Art Brut in Paris, thereby focusing on the unique interaction between Pollock and Dubuffet in the life and art of Ossorio. ALFONSO OSSORIO
  8. 8.  Susan Canoy is a Dumaguete artist who is known for her arts and crafts. As a single mother, she relentlessly pursues her art to express herself and to provide for her family. She has been exhibiting her artworks for more than two decades now. Her subjects are as varied as the medium she has been using. As a mother, her themes focus on women about their dreams, aspirations, family and frustrations. She also paints the lighter side of life like floral, landscapes, marine life and other subjects. Susan was chosen as one of the finalists in the prestigious Philip Morris Art Competition nationwide among her other awards. Her innate love for nature and living beside the boulevard, propels her to create more subjects which are not only a joy to have but they convey a feeling of peace,sadness and life’s challenges. She has been exhibiting her works locally, around the Philippines and her works were also displayed in Spain. SUSAN CANOY
  9. 9.  Since 1999, Jana Jumalon- Alano (b. 1980) from Dumaguete City has exhibited in her home turf, in neighboring cities in the South, in Manila, and in Brussels and Rome. She’s an Honorable Mention in the Philippine Visual Arts Festival (PVAF) Competition in 2012, and a Juror’s Choice in the Visayas Art Awards of the Philippine Art Awards 2011- 2012. Her affiliations include HugisKulay Zamboanga, Panay Negros Arts Association, and the Art Association of the Philippines. JANA JUMALON-ALANO
  10. 10. Visual Artist Art Teacher in Bais City Visual Arts Specialist at DepEd Cultural Worker in Mugna Sa Pantawan: Arts & Music Her works was featured in Yuchengco Museum in Makati EMPALZ VILLANUEVA PAULIO-VIOLETA
  11. 11.  Sollesta is a graduate of Silliman University in Dumaguete City, and international guest artist in residence at the clay studio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in November and December 2008. His work at the US studio, "Women of Philadelphia Series," was based on his concept of "women of strength, character and temperament." During his stay in the US, Sollesta met with clay artists and potters on the 3rd Dumaguete Open Biennial Terra Cotta Art Festival Exhibit and Competition in 2010.  Terra Cotta artist, Painter and artist @ Mariyah Gallery DANILO “DANNI” SOLLESTA
  12. 12.  Kristoffer Ardeña is a curator who lives between Negros Island (Philippines) and Madrid (Spain). He is the recipient of various awards and scholarships: a full undergraduate scholarship at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, California (USA), scholarship awarded by the Ministry of Culture from Luxembourg, the Academy in Rome award and the Cajamadrid Generaciones in Spain. Individual projects include: Museo Carrillo Gil in Mexico, Selesar Sunaryo Art Space, Ruang Mes56 and Cemeti Art House (Indonesia), Vargas Museum and the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Manila (Philippines),Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo Museum (Madrid), La Conservera Centro de Arte Contemporáneo (Murcia), Spain. He has also participated in various collective projects, among them the 3rd Bucharest Biennale Romania. KRISTOFFER ARDEÑA
  13. 13.  A visual artist–photographer based in Dumaguete City, Negros Island Region, Philippines. He received his BSC in Marketing and an Artist of the Year Award from Foundation University. As a natural artist, he fell in love and immediately got hooked on photography. Being born and raised in Dumaguete, the city has shaped Hersley’s perspective as a visual artist and is the stage for many of his paintings and photographs.  His works have also been recognized and published in international publications like the Lonely Planet, Cebu Pacific Smile Magazine,LA Times, View magazine in Germany, National Publication in Denmark, Los Angeles Times, Stern Magazine and have been given due acclaim in various blogs HERSLEY-VEN D. CASERO
  14. 14.  SIDLAK NEGORENSE AWARD 2016 :Arts  NIR Elementary Category @ the 2016 4TH VMC INTERSCHOOL ART CONTEST  Re-creative International Arts Festival 2016 Busan South Korea 1st Placer Elementary Category  He won the grand prize of " "2nd World Arts Competition - Re-creative International Remnant Arts Festival 2016" in Gangseo- Gu, Seoul, South Korea. YUL FAUSTO DIONSON
  15. 15. PERFORMING ARTS
  16. 16.  Dance Icon of Negros Oriental ,Founder of the Foundation University Buglas- sayaw Dance Co. andSilliman University Dance Co. 1959  In 1972, she was guest performer of the Philippine House Consulate at Canberra in honor of Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam. That year, she was choreographer and director of the Philippine Dance Performance in the First Folkloric Festival at the Sydney Opera House. In 1976, then First Lady Imelda Romualdez Marcos presented the Department, under her directorship, a plaque of appreciation for its involvement in pioneering classical ballet in the Visayas and all over the Philippines. LUCY PATRIMONIO JUMAWAN- SAUER
  17. 17.  Mariant Escano-Villegas started teaching dance in1973. Three generations of Dumaguete’s girls and boys learned their first dance steps under her watchful eyes. MEV took up formal ballet class with Isham Clark in San Diego, USA and jazz with Jun Appel. She studied the Russian Vaganova method for ballet under Luminitza Demutriscu, and passed the Royal Ballet Academy of Dance under Florence Sinclair. The MEV Dance Studio, located along Escano Beach Road, Brgy. Piapi, is an institutional member of CSTD International for ballet, jazz, tap and ballroom.  Member of the National Committee on Dance NCCA MARIANT ESCANO VILLEGAS
  18. 18.  Nicole was born, raised, and educated in the Philippines where she had a long professional career in dance. In 1993, she came to New York and continued to dance professionally with companies such as Connecticut Ballet, Ballet New York, Tampa Ballet and Ballet Memphis where she was principal dancer.  Prior to taking her Pilates Certification, Nicole trained under Sonia Orevillo who meticulously instilled her vast knowledge of the art of Pilates. In 2010, Nicole received her certification through the authentic studio, True Pilates.  Currently Nicole belongs to the Faculty of the Connecticut Ballet Center in Stamford.  Daughter of Dance Icon Lydia Gaston NICOLE GASTON CRUZ
  19. 19. DRAMATIC ARTS
  20. 20.  Acclaimed theater director and Outstanding Sillimanian for Theater Arts Amiel Y. Leonardia made a quick visit to the campus. He is now based in Vancouver, Canada. Last time Amiel was on campus, he gave a lecture on “The Art of Theater Directing” under the Albert Faurot Lecture Series for Culture and the Arts. The lecture coincided with the staging at the Luce Auditorium of Elsa Martinez’s Coscolluela’s play “In my father’s House,” which Amiel directed. AMIEL YANSON. LEONARDIA
  21. 21. chairman of the Street Dance committee, MassKara Member of the National Committee on Dramatic Arts Artistic director CSA-B's Kanlaon Theater Guild Tanghal 6 Lecturer is a flagship project of the National Commission for Culture and the Art’s National Committee on Dramatic Arts RUDY REVECHE
  22. 22.  (born Rufino Duran Inocian, Jr.; March 17, 1951 – June 13, 2015) was a Filipino actor and comedian. He starred in various plays, such as Miss Saigon, Fiddler on the Roof, the film version of the Swedish crime novel Tatuerad Torso,and Sinbad JUNIX DURAN INOCIAN
  23. 23.  Quesada-Palm was a senior artist-teacher of the Manila- based Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA), and has performed for various groups including UP Repertory, Tanghalang Pilipino at the Cultural Center of the Philippines, and with the New York-based Ma-Yi Theater Company and Alibata. She also organized Dulaang Sambayananamong migrant workers living in Japan.  community theater, founded the Youth Advocates Through Theater Arts—or Yatta to the rest of us who have followed its development over the years.  Chairman NCCA National Committee on Dramatic Arts DESSA QUESADA-PALM
  24. 24. LITERARY ARTS
  25. 25. Martinez was born in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental; became a lawyer in 1970; and was arrested and detained for his activism during the martial law regime of Ferdinand Marcos. Global Filipino Literary Award in 2011 Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature winners in the year 1997 ATTY.DAVID”DANNY” C. MARTINEZ
  26. 26.  Flores-Villasis is an accomplished playwright and fictionist who has won a Philippines Free Press magazine first prize for a short story. That story, "Menandro’s Boulevard," rightfully starts the collection. And it may be claimed to have already taken its place among our contemporary classics in fiction.  Carlos Palanca Awardee in Literature BOBBY FLORES VILLASIS
  27. 27. In 1999 she was instilled as a Hall of Famer in the Palanca Awards. In 2004 Outstanding Paulinian in the field of Literature during the 100 centennial celebration of St. Paul University Dumaguete.In 2015 Outstanding Negrense in the field of Education and in 2016 Outstanding Pinili Heritage Award in the field of Literature & Education. DR. ELSA VICTORIA MARTINEZ- COSCOLLUELA
  28. 28. National Artist Award for Literature (1999) Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature Cultural Center of the Philippines (1979, First Prize in Novel) Gawad Pambansang Alagad ni Balagtas (1988) DR.EDITH LOPEZ TIEMPO
  29. 29.  Born on 16 September 1940, Msgr. Rodolfo Escalon Villanueva (known as the writer Renato E. Madrid ) is a priest of the archdiocese of Cebu and is perhaps more famous in the Visayas as a composer of liturgical music and plays both in English and Cebuano. His higher studies led to a Master's in English at the University of Sto. Tomas as well as a Master's in Music at the State University in Moncato, Minnesota, apart from his Philosophy and Theology at the San Carlos Seminary in Cebu. Apart from his famous liturgical works which include choral compositions, masses, musical drama and a three-movement piece for pipe organ, his published literary works include Devil Wings (1997); Mass for the Death of an Enemy(2000); and Southern  Harvest (1996). His awards include numerous Palancas and a National Book Award from the Manila Critics Circle. He is at present resident professor of Music and English at San Carlos Seminary College, has taught at the Silliman University school of music, the University of San Carlos graduate school, and is a lifetime visiting faculty at the Dipolog and Dumaguete Seminaries. FR. RUDY VILLANUEVA
  30. 30. CULTURAL WORKERS
  31. 31.  Lopez records our local traditions—the dances, performances, food, fiestas. More importantly, she points out the efforts of Vallehermoso Helping Hands Foundation to preserve those traditions Author ,Art Patron and Curator of Vicente Lopez Museum of Vallehermoso  Chairman of the Vallehermoso Helping Hands Foundation TERESITA “TESS” Z. LOPEZ
  32. 32. Negros Oriental GK Head Heritage Tour Guide in Negros Heritage Advocate Cultural Worker Former City Councilor of Tanjay Cultural Historian PLACIDO CESAR “CIDNI” MAPA
  33. 33. BOT Chairman & President of Foundation University Heritage & Cultural Advocate  President Entheos IT Estudio Damgo: First Filipino Design-Build Studio,by Foundation University VICTOR VICENTE “DEAN” D. SINCO
  34. 34. City Council Member Silay City 2013 – Present (3 years) Vice President for External Affairs, Heritage Conservation Society (HCS) Director of the Negros Occidental Historical Council (NOHC). NEIL SOLOMON “SOLO”LOPEZ LOCSIN,
  35. 35. Started as theatre actor, dancer, stamp collector & Festival mover . Cultural Historian & Heritage Advocate Prime mover of Provincial, city and municipal historical exhibits Cultural Worker for the past 21 years Heritage Tour Guide Humanities Professor JOSEFINO “PENN”T. LARENA JR
  36. 36.  Ramon Hofilena: The "Father of Heritage Conservation" in Silay City (Negros Occidental).  Since 1962, Monching has been welcoming visitors to his family’s ancestral house, the first Heritage House in Silay to be opened to visitors. Also, since his return from New York in the 1970s, Monching has also been on a life- long crusade to restore and protect Negrense cultural heritage. He organized the Annual Cultural Tour of Negros Occidental (ACTNO), the longest running (nearly 40 years) cultural tour in the world. RAMON HOFILEÑA
  37. 37.  President :The Negros Cultural Foundation  NCCA -Committee on Arts Galleries & Museum July 2003 – July 2009 (6 years 1 month) Executive director of the Negros Museum LYN GAMBOA
  38. 38. FILM & CINEMA
  39. 39.  a multi- awarded Filipino film-maker. His most significant achievement in film is "Oro, Plata, Mata", which he directed after winning a scripwriting contest sponsored by theExperimental Cinema of the Philippines. He has received an award from the International Film Festival of Flanders-Ghent, Belgium in 1983; a Special Jury Award from the Manila International Film Festival; and the 2004 Gawad CCP Para sa Sining. PEQUE DE LUZURIAGA GALLAGA
  40. 40.  Joel Rizalino Torre (born June 19, 1961) is a Filipino actor and producer who is best known for his numerous films such as thebiographical film José Rizal (1998), crime thriller film On the Job (2013) and the Historical period drama Amigo (2010), with the latter winning him the Best Actor Award at the 17th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival In television, Torre usually plays as a character actor JOEL TORRE
  41. 41.  Abelardo Dennis Florencio Ho (born 12 May 1981), more widely known as Dennis Trillo, is an award-winning Filipino actor, model and recording artist. Trillo is currently a contract star of GMA Network. He was known for his role as Eric del Mundo in the first ever gay-themed series on Philippine TV, My Husband's Lover aired on GMA Network in 2013.  Trillo received his first acting award in 2004 for his role as a cross- dressing spy in the 2004 war film Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita.[3] Now being recognized both locally and internationally, he still continues to work as GMA Network's "Drama King DENNIS TRILLO
  42. 42.  Pancho and his real life wife Tita Duran, appeared in numerous Sampaguita Pictures movies. Pancho and his wife were the most popular movie love team in the late 40s. He is the father of the late master rapper Francis Magalona with their siblings: Susan M. Contreras, Vicky, Victor (married to Ma. Angeles), Henry, Popeye "Pye", Malot, Maricar M. Martinez, and Martin. He also co-starred on some Hollywood movies that were shot in the Philippines, such as The Hook (with Kirk Douglas) and Merrill's Marauders (with Jeff Chandler). ENRIQUE "PANCHO" GAYOSO MAGALONA, JR.
  43. 43.  Jesusa Purificación Sonora (born July 28, 1941), better known by her screen name Susan Roces, is a Filipina actress and widow of Ronald Allan Kelley Poe, better known as Fernando Poe, Jr.She was a main cast member of John en Shirley, a comedy show that aired on ABS-CBN until October 2007.  Queen of Philippine Cinema 1950s to 1970s SUSAN ROCES
  44. 44.  The theatre, TV and film actress.  Born in Dumaguete, Ignacio started to perform at age 4 and studied ballet with the Silliman University Junior Dance Troupe until she was 8. Ignacio also trained with stage luminaries Tony Mabesa, who taught her all aspects of theater including production and stage management, FRANCES MAKIL IGNACIO
  45. 45.  In the 1970s and the 1980s she had a staple of films she starred with Award Winning Actresses' Elizabeth Oropesa, Hilda Koronel, Gloria Diaz, and Daria Ramirez in a bunch of films her number of work also caught the eyes of Celso Ad Castillo, Ishmael Bernal, Danny Zialcita and Lino Brocka her prolific leading men include Philip Salvador, Eddie Garcia, Christopher De Leon, Dindo Fernando, and Joel Torre and etc. Her sexy and serious roles even caught attention in films like Working Girls and Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin? In the 1990s although her television success in Villa Quintana brought her praise she starred in Ligaya Ang Itawag Mo Sa Akin a prolific movie with Director Carlos Siguion Reyna with Rosanna Roces CHANDA ROMERO
  46. 46.  Edgar Sinco Romero (July 7, 1924 – May 28, 2013) was an influential Filipino film director, film producer and screenwriter, considered one of the finest in the cinema of the Philippines.  Romero was named National Artist of the Philippines in 2003, and his body of work delved into the history and politics of his country. His 1976 film Ganito Kami Noon…Paano Kayo Ngayon?, set at the turn of the 20th century during the revolution against theSpaniards and, later, the American colonizers, follows a naïve peasant through his leap of faith to become a member of an imagined community EDGAR “EDDIE” SINCO ROMERO
  47. 47. MUSIC ICON
  48. 48.  Foundation University Band, directed by Maestro Carmelo Elli  St. Paul University Band ,Orchestra and Voice Coach  Choral Conductor , Rondalla  Music Teacher  Studied Instrumentation and Composition Masters degree St. Paul University Manila  Native of Zamboanguita CARMELO ELLI
  49. 49.  Deypalan completed his Bachelor of Music degree in conducting at the Chapman University, Orange, California and graduated magna cum laude with a Master of Music degree from the University of Southern California.  He is currently concluding work on his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in orchestral conducting at the University of South Carolina, where he is also a music teacher.  Deypalan has not only had the prestigious honor of conducting different choirs at Carnegie Hall in New York, he also performed before Pope John Paul II at the Vatican.  In June 2008, he conducted a world premiere of his original composition, Libera Me, for solo baritone, chorus and orchestra at Pasadena City College in Pasadena, California. NOVÉ DEYPALAN
  50. 50. Opera Diva Music Teacher now with the Philippine Madrigal Singers She is part of the group Philippine Madrigal Singers bag top prize at Int'l Choral Competition 2016 in Italy KATRINA TIONGSON SAGA
  51. 51.  Opportunities for graduate studies opened for Mathilda when she was already with COPVA. She first took up Ethnomusicology as a major under Prof. Priscilla Magdamo- Abraham and Prof. Frank Ingles, but later shifted to Choral Conducting -- what she completed in 2011.  Choral conducting is close to the heart of Mathilda. She was a member of the Silliman University Campus Choristers and had the chance to tour around the country and the United States with them in 1999 and 2001. She was second soprano, though preferred singing alto. ASST. PROF. MATHILDA LIMBAGA-EROJO
  52. 52. MUSIC,HUMANITIES, English and Literature Teacher for almost 60 years Pianist Choir Conductor *Mother of Paulinian Humanities Mentor SPUD Glee Club ROSARIO FE “SARI” SAAVEDRA
  53. 53.  Maria Socorro Ledesma (born March 16, 1955), better known as Kuh Ledesma, is a Filipino pop and jazz singer, actress, (painter) model and fashion designer. She is known in the Philippines as the 'Pop Diva' and wants herself to be remembered as 'The Renaissance Woman' according to her in her interview on Tonight with Boy Abunda.  Ledesma has been performing for 35 years in the music industry which encompasses more than 1,000 concerts all over the world, numerous awards in the Philippines, and 20 albums in the Philippine recording industry. KUH LEDESMA
  54. 54. MODERN ART
  55. 55.  Francisco G. Villanueva is an artist in Negros Oriental who has embraced earth as mother lode sustaining a creative discipline which elevates primal clay to the statues of transcendent art. Inspired Creation is a Villanueva hallmark. These are figures, structures, forms retrieved from classical antiquity and Philippine landscape. Each figure is moving slowly into icon-hood and each structure’s architectural detailing resonates with the original temporal and spiritual concerns for which they had been built to accommodate. He started his artwork at the age of 10, and in 1977 doing head sculptures, he began sculpting facades of old churches in the Philippines. In his early 30s, Francis gained international recognition with his first one - man show at the Philippine Center, United Nations Complex, New York in 1980. FRANCISCO VILLANUEVA
  56. 56.  Brenda Fajardo: The artist as scholar, educator and cultural worker  2013 Gawad CCP para sa Sining  began her career in the visual arts as a printmaker and graphic artist before moving on to painting. Most of her works carry strong historical and nationalist themes as well as depict folk and mythological tales. She is best known for her use of tarot-card motifs in her works.  She has held several solo exhibitions, locally and internationally. Her Baraha ng Buhay Pilipino (Playing Cards of Filipino Life) and Buhay Pilipino were notable exhibitions. She has also joined group shows in the country and in international exhibitions. BRENDA VILLANUEVA FAJARDO
  57. 57.  Paul Pfeiffer (born Honolulu, Hawaii, 1966) is an American sculptor, photographer and video artist. . At the age of ten, he moved to Philippines with his parents who were classically trained musicians. He later moved out of the country at the age of fifteen. Pfeiffer earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in printmaking from San Francisco Art Institute in 1987 and later earned his Master of Fine Arts degree from Hunter College, New York in 1994. Pfeiffer has lived and worked in New York City since 1990. Between the year of 1997 and 1998, Pfeiffer had also participated in the Whitney Museum of American Art independent Program. PAUL I. PFEIFFER
  58. 58.  Ramon del Prado is a self taught animation filmmaker. He was born on May 1, 1982 in Dumaguete City Negros Oriental, where he grew up.  In 2005 he co-founded Tuldok Animation Studios, a non profit organization whose goal is to unite Filipino artists and animators together to showcase the Filipino’s artistic talent through animation  In 2007 he was awarded a Fulbright scholarship grant that gave him the opportunity to further study Computer animation at the School of Visual Arts in New York.  He dreams that one day the Philippines will be known alongside Japan, the US and France as one of the top producers of original animated content RAMON DEL PRADO
  59. 59. Freelancer at Aerial Videography and Photography. Music ( GUITAR Player), youngest Visual Artist. A family of Artists grandson of National Artist Eddie Sinco Romero, Literature icon Fr. Rudy Villanueva and nephew of Empalz Violeta a famous Visual Arts KENZO G. LAXINA
  60. 60.  First Chairman of the Dumaguete Tourism Council  Civic Leader  Member Negros Oriental Tourism Council  practicing anesthesiologist  Board Member of the Dumaguete Festival & Arts Society Inc  BOT Member St. Paul University 20 years  Owner of the Dumaguete Christmas House 28 years Tourism Award for Arts & Heritage DR. RICO ABSIN
  61. 61. TRIBUTE TO OUR GREAT ARTISTS
  62. 62. Bais Born and family of Artists Age 10 her first painting was bought by a French diplomat Cultural Landscape or British expressionism was her kind of Art A well –loved Visual Artist, Genealogists and Local Historian JOSEFA BAENA VILLANUEVA -PEREZ
  63. 63.  18th century cello was made by a German by the name of Johann Christian Hasert!  The 200-year-old cello, prominently propped up on two chairs on the stage of PhilamLife Theatre, gave a prelude to what was in store for the audience. Then, as the hall lights began to dim, and the old cello became more resplendent. One by one the cellists came, and took the audience through a sweeping musical journey from the Baroque period of the late 1600s to the high romantics of the 19thcentury. It is a fitting occasion, ancient and new cellos making music in this concert organized in honor of the late Vicente Lopez Jr., the former owner of the two-century old cello in the Philippines .  Father of CLASSICAL Music cellist in the Philippines VICENTE LOPEZ SR.
  64. 64.  That Golden Age saw Silay City-born mezzo soprano Conchita Gaston singing the Bizet opera at the New York City Opera in December of 1950, the first Filipino to sing the role.  A year after her 1955 recital at the Town Hall in New York, Gaston met the then very young conductor Leonard Bernstein, who found her good enough to be pitted with Beverly Sills in the “Rosenkavalier” duet, “The Presentation of the Rose,” at the Carnegie Hall. CONCHITA GASTON
  65. 65. Tiempo was also a Rockefeller fellow. In addition to his career at Silliman, Tiempo taught fiction and literary criticism for four years in two American schools during the 1960s Fine Arts,Drama & Humanities Professor St. Paul . EDILBERTO KAINDONG TIEMPO
  66. 66. Businessman/Entrepren eur Theatre Actor First President of the Dumaguete Festival & Arts Society Member of the Dumaguete Tourism Council Cultural Worker ARIES CHRISTOPHER BEJAR. ALVAREZ
  67. 67. Visual Artist Historian Art Patron Cultural Conservationist SERAFIN “NITO” DIAZ TEVES
  68. 68.  Negros' Helen of Troy during her time. Her beauty was legendary - the pictures on the wall validate that. Suitors would line up every evening. Some would even climb up a tree just get a glimpse of her beauty. She was born Susana Clarita Magalona August 17, 1921 in Parroquia de Saravia, Provincia de Negros Occidental, Philippines to Enrique Magalona and Consuelo Gayoso. Suzanne was wife of Philippine ambassador Hon. Joaquin Miguel Elizalde. SUSAN MAGALONA
  69. 69.  Spanish Visual Artist  Pianist  Volunteer of Spanish Red Cross  Educator  Art Patron CARMENCITA CARBALLO
  70. 70. was an American Jesuit Catholic priest who lived in the Philippines since he was 22 and taught at Ateneo de Manila University. He was a well-known public figure who was a writer, director and producer in theatre, radio, print and film JAMES BERTRAM REUTER S.J
  71. 71. LEARN MORE ABOUT NEGROS
  72. 72.  St. Paul University Dumaguete  Silliman University Library  Bais City Public Library  Dumaguete City Festival & Arts Society  Negros Occidental Historical Commission  Negros Cultural Foundation Inc  www.google.com  www.facebook.com  Dumaguete City Public Library  Social Sciences Teachers St. Paul University Dumaguete  Foundation University Creative Department  Martin Lopez of the Vallehermoso Helping Hand Foundation  Dumaguete.com THANK YOU SO MUCH
  73. 73.  Negros Museum  Prof. Penn T. Larena, MPA  Cultural Center of the Philippines  Silay City  Balay Negrense & Gaston Family  Negros Occidental Provincial Library  Metro Post Newspaper  Visayan Daily Star  www. .slideshare.net  Colegio de Santa Catalina de Alejandria ( COSCA)  Michael Ocampo  Kenzo Laxina  Colegio de San Agustin Bacolod  La Consolacion College Bais City

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