This event is NOT TO BE MISSED…3 groups honoring & innovating Filipino traditional & rock music, including the Grupong Pendong from the legendary Pinoy folk-rock pioneers Asin (remember the Apl song by Black Eyed Peas? OK, if not…think politically conscious songs about sovereignty set to guitar, reggae, & traditional rhythms)! Show your solidarity for women’s rights & environmental justice, while participating in musical/cultural history in the making! I’ll be sharing a few poems too. 🙂
KAMALAYANG MUSIKA: an evening of Filipino music and cultural expressions for change
Saturday, January 26, 2008 @ Bayanihan Community Center 1010 Mission St. Suite B, San Francisco CA 94103 (near civic center BART)
Doors open 6pm, performances 630-930pm
Tickets: $12 youth/senior, $14 pre-event, $15-$35 at the door. Reserve tickets: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 925-285-4977
The Filipino/American Coalition for Environmental
Solidarity (FACES) hosts “Kamalayang Musika” an
evening benefit concert of multi-genre Filipino world music and cultural expressions. Featured performances from the acclaimed Ang Grupong Pendong (formerly of the legendary Filipino group Asin), Autonomous Region and Kulintronica thread sounds of the pre-colonial kulintang (brass gong) and thirteen-stringed oktavina into a contemporary mix of rock, folk, electronica, and more. With spoken word from poet and educator Aimee Suzara.
Proceeds support women’s rights and environmental justice organizations in the Philippines — Task Force Subic Rape, Metro Subic Network, and United Front to Oust Oil Depot — and FACES.