KANTArriba Sessions 2018, a night of home-grown talents

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  • Loi B.
  • 6 years ago

ABUCAY, Bataan – KANTArriba Live Sessions 2018 of Colegio de San Juan de Letran – Bataan has finally opened its door to young home grown talents all over Bataan last Friday, August 10 held at the Letran Bataan Auditorium.
KANTArriba is a pop song and video festival celebrated by the Letran Bataan Community since 2013. Songwriter, interpreters, and directors from the previous seasons are from Letran Bataan but this year, Letran opened KANTArriba, to all students of Bataan.
Another event to look forward to is the KANTArriba Sessions which is a lead up to the actual KANTArriba season for the year. It aims to celebrate past song entries in the form of a series of live performances. Having said that it is now open for all students, interpreters for the KANTArriba Live Sessions 2018 came from different colleges and universities in Bataan. This year’s interpreters are:
Valerie Mandocdoc of Bataan National High School; Justine Nicole Ramos of Holy Rosary Parochial Institute; Camilla Eleazar of Tomas Del Rosario College; Maria Antoney Camacho of Asia Pacific College of Advanced Studies; Laurence Macabenta of Bataan Christian School; Meek Peer Rabacal of City of Balanga National High School; Melvin Mendoza of Bataan Peninsula State University; and Patrick Bernardo of Jose Rizal Institute – Orion
According to one of the interpreters, it is a great experience to join an event where different sets of talents from different schools gathered to support each other.
Just like the Theme of this year’s season, ‘AWIT NATIN’ everyone is welcome to express their talents may it be in singing, writing, and directing.
“We’re looking forward to have more events where every school from Bataan is involved. Also, the idea of working with each other will always result to a greater outcome.” Said Multi-media Society (MMS) President Maria Vinnise Marcelo.

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