The UP Symphony Orchestra presents “Across the Big Ocean: A Quincentennial Celebration of March Sixteen Fifteen Hundred Twenty-One” to commemorate through music Magellan’s journey around the world 500 years ago. The concert premieres on 26 March, 7 p.m.
Celebrate the spirit of Christmas and hope with the UP Symphony Orchestra’s two upcoming Christmas concerts on December 18 and on December 23.
Watch “(Re)Connection”, an online blended performance featuring the works of Brahms, Beethoven, Barber, Chaminade, and more, on October 16 at 7:00 PM (Manila time).
The UP Symphony Orchestra, UP Madrigal Singers, UP vocalists and choristers come together in a virtual performance to honor the Filipino spirit in a time of uncertainty.
Performances of the UP Symphony Orchestra, University choral groups, and several militant artists on a set-up dominated by an art installation bring the spirit of the First Quarter Storm to life on the historic AS Steps of UP Diliman’s Palma Hall.
The lantern parade in UP Diliman bids everyone to soar high, “Pumailanlang”, or “to surpass the suffering and difficulties faced by the country”. Contest hall-of-famer College of Fine Arts mounts a show highlighting issues of Philippine seas.
To commemorate the UP College of Music’s 103rd Founding Anniversary, the UP College of Music and the UP College of Music Alumni Association, Inc. proudly present two shows for its founding month. It will aptly greet the month with ICONOGRAPHY: Homage to the Shapers of Philippine Music on Saturday, September 7, 2019 and close it with KÁROLY, JENÖ AND FRANZ on Wednesday, September 25, 2019.
For this Season’s grand finale, the Abelardo Hall Concert Series proudly presents: “Abelardo Rocks” featuring DJ Chynna Salazar, DJ Marla Añonuevo and the homegrown bands of the UP College of Music.
The UP Symphony Orchestra inspires the audience toward Lenten reflections through its second concert offering for 2019.
Barely five months after the establishment by the UP Board of Regents as the official orchestra of the university, the UP Symphony Orchestra has been making waves and living up to their moniker as Orkestra ng Bayan. Under the leadership of the country’s premier conductor and composer, Prof. Josefino Chino Toledo, the UPSO has featured works of classical composers alongside protest songs and contemporary Filipino compositions never tackled by any of our local orchestras.