Pinoy Festivals : The 36th International Bamboo Organ Festival in Las Piñas City

Dubbed as the "Philippine Historic Music Festival", the International Bamboo Organ Festival of Las Piñas is now on its 36th year. The festivities will highlight exceptional performances from award winning local and international artists. As it helps promote our rich musical culture and tradition, it was declared as Philippine National Treasure by The National Museum of the Philippines on November 24, 2003.

It will be held from February 17 - 23, 2011 at St. Joseph's Parish in Las Piñas City.

For details and inquiries, please contact Ms. Lhet Aranda at (+632) 825 7190 / (+632) 820 0795 / 0999-5087838 or email the Secretariat at bambooorganfoundation@gmail.com or visit their website at www.bambooorgan.org.


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Axl Powerhouse Production Inc, said...

are you going there too?

empi said...

Ito ang gusto kong puntahan.

thepinaysolobackpacker said...

malapet lng to s workplace ko. I've been dying to see the bamboo organ if not hear it. I wanna attend this, what time kaya to? hmmm...

Pinoy Boy Journals said...

sold. pupunta na ako! kasi the last time i heard about the Bamboo Organ in Las Pinas was when i was still in school. now, i want to go there! Lonely Planet says for a minimal fee, someone could actually play your song request. true?

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hoshi jr said...

hmmm mas malapit ito sana hindi ko makalimutan sa susunod na taon. thanks sa info ng organizer!

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