On April 4, 2009, Saturday, 7 p.m.: an All-Brahms Program with violinist Coke Bolipata leading the Pundaquit Chamber Players in the Sonata #2 in A Major, the String Sextet #2 in B-flat Major and the Piano Quintet in F Minor.
On April 10, Good Friday, 6 p.m.: The annual Festival mounting of Joseph Haydn’s Seven Last Words of Christ featuring the Pundaquit Chamber Players and Pundaquit Virtuosi led by violinist and CASA founder Coke Bolipata. This year’s production features a spandex tent designed by Leeroy New to provide the acoustic shell for the performance as well as the screen for the projection of Lenten images.
All events are open to the general public for free, made possible by a grant from the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, among other sponsors.
For details, visit www.ncca.gov.ph/about-culture-and-arts/schedule-of-events/schedule_of_events.php
PLUS: The Bolipata brothers in action (introduced by the zany pair of Mitch Valdez and Nanette Inventor, accompanied on the piano by Ryan Cayabyab)