Caroline Cabading presents, Manilatown Ancestral the culminating student performance of her year-long APICC Community-Engagement Residency teaching pre colonial Southern Philippine music and dance at the International Hotel Manilatown Center. This program offered free monthly beginner-level culture, music and dance instruction to all Bay Area community members interested in exploring tribal Philippine art. Six months into the program a group of five students interested in a more disciplined study of the arts forms were selected to train weekly in preparation for their final community performances bringing together their yearlong immersion in Southern Philippine music, dance, culture and attire.
The “Manilatown Ancestral Ensemble” is excited to be presenting for their friends, family and community at the Sunday June 4th USAAF x Sunday Streets Showcase.
Learn more: https://www.manilatown.org
This event is part of APICC x Sunday Streets Tenderloin, and is free and open to the public.
Caroline Cabading, Manuel Dragon, Jibril Alvarez, Raymond Bambao, Tony Daquipa, Lisa Lord, Marcella Pabros-Clark
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Caroline Cabading is a steward of pre-colonial Philippine music whose work is strongly informed by her connection to tribal Culture Bearers in the Philippines. She has studied kulintang music for over 25 years and Kalinga music for over seven years and teaches through the Manilatown Heritage Foundation’s “Manilatown Ancestral” educational program.
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