The CLSU College of Education Rondalla performed in the Paco Park Presents in Manila on March 7, 2014.
The group performed a dozen of renditions of Filipino folk and classics like Gaano ko Ikaw Kamahal (E. Cuenco), Walang Hanggang Paalam (J. Ayala), Tanging Yaman, and Sarung Banggui (arr. R. Calubayan).
CED Rondalla is a brainchild of secondary education-MAPEH major students and was born on August 2013. Since then the group has been invited to various events inside and outside CLSU.
CED Rondalla is under the baton of Ms. Vanielyn Colobong-Comandante.
The members are: Banduria 1: Christine Joy Gabriel, Ron Jovil Espejo; Fredan Timoteo; Froilan Labrado and Kristina Joy Martin;
Banduria 2: Krissy Gay Mojado, Divine Balunes, Ma. Elisa Vista; Jovelyn Tinio, and Gillier Abejoro;
Octavina: Bryle Bryan Balbin, Razeline Lapaz, Liezel Lemon, Angelo Sawit ,and Katherine Tomas (guest);
Guitar: Emmythel Arenas, Sarah Mae Angeles, Clyde Cunanan, Eugenio Alcanzare (guest) and Ephraim Carlo Santos (guest);
Bass: Bernadeth delos Reyes; and, Percussion: Christian Elvin Domingo (guest).
The event is a public service project by the Department of Tourism and National Parks Development Committee. Paco Park Presents invites performing arts groups to perform for a live audience and telecast in Channel 4.
(FAB Mendoza; Photo Credit: CED Rondalla)
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