12 fi­nal­ists for Best Bo­holano Song­writer con­test bared

Cebu Libre - - NEWS -

T he 12 fi­nal­ists will vie for the Best Bo­holano Song­writer in this year’s Bohol Sandugo Song Fes­ti­val set on July 20, 2018, Fri­day at the Bohol Cul­tural Cen­ter.

From about 41 en­tries sub­mit­ted, the fol­low­ing were se­lected to join the an­nual song­writ­ing con­test:

* Geed Man­freed Suay­baguio and Syansan Terez for the song “Gug­mang Way Li­bog”

* Nandy Mani­wan for the song “Ikaw Mag­pa­bilin”

* Hum­frey Mark Ni­ca­sio – “Ikaw Ra”

* Vito Ca­lope – “Bin­tana”

* Al­fie James Añana – “Busted Ka”

* Aljon Bal­bido – “Ikaw Ra Ug Ako”

* Rizalde Coscos – “Take 2”

* Engr. Soc Sale­trero – “Didto Sa Lan­git Isum­bong”

* Mercedita Quia­chon – “Ang Gugma Ko Ampin­gan Mo”

* Mitz Mo­rala – “Ang Bug­tong Pan­gan­doy Ko”

* John Rey Fuertes – “Proud To Be Bo­holono”

* Clyde Bon­ga­los Ebojo for the song “Kali­pay Mo, Kali­pay Ko

This year’s grand prize win­ner will re­ceive P40,000 while the sec­ond and third plac­ers will get P30,000 and P20,000, re­spec­tively.

All 12 fi­nal­ists will re­ceive P10,000 each while the Best In­ter­preter will win P5,000.

Win­ners will be judged ac­cord­ing to Mu­sic and Lyrics ( qual­ity of melody, har­mony and rhythm and the ar­range­ment of words and ideas) – 40%; Orig­i­nal­ity - 40% and In­ter­pre­ta­tion - 20% for a to­tal of 100%.

The con­test is open to am­a­teur and pro­fes­sional com­posers of any age, lim­ited only to res­i­dent and non- res­i­dent Bo­holanos of Bo­holano de­scent who must present their Birth Cer­tifi­cate and are not in­volved in the com­pe­ti­tion com­mit­tee.

Tick­ets will be sold at des­ig­nated out­lets and at the Bohol Cul­tural Cen­ter, two hours be­fore the con­test that will start at 7:30 p.m. /

MECERD ITA QUICHON

JOHN REY FUERTES

GEEN MAN­FRED SUAY­BAGUIO

HUM­FREY MARK NI­CA­SIO

AL IE JAMES AÑANA

ALJON BALBIN BAL­BIDO

SOC SALE­TRERO

RIZALDE COSCOS

CLYDE EBOJO

MITCH MO­RALA

NANDY MANI­WAN

VITO R CA­LOPE

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