What does the music and culture of the Philippines say about us?
“It’s an opportunity to see and hear the cultural differences that exist in this country.
I really enjoyed it.”
-Ramon Aguilar, performer, rapper, performer at the Manila cultural center.
“It is a very good opportunity to understand what’s happening in the country and to learn from our Filipino colleagues.”
-Nancy Loya, performer and DJ at the Polynesian Cultural Center.
“I just love music and art and this place is such a treasure.
I want to be here and enjoy the experience.”
-Diana Ramos, performer/DJ at the Philippine Cultural Center and host of the podcast, Queer Stories.
“This is such an opportunity for me to share with my audience, Filipino people, the cultural and artistic differences that exists in the Philippines.
It’s an incredible opportunity for a Filipino to experience and appreciate a different culture.”
-Angela Rodriguez, performer with the Filipino dance troupe, La Rancheria.
“If we could be together, we would all feel the same way.
We love to dance and have fun.
It is really a beautiful experience.”