Angeles’Kapampangan pop song festival 2018 entries all set
ANGELES CITY- All ten entries for this city’s most awaited Kapampangan Pop Song Festival (KPSF) are set for the competition’s grand final s.
An exclusive preview of all the compositions was held recently with Angeles City Heritage, Culture and Arts Officer Joy Cruz, Culture and Arts Council of Angeles Executive Director Wing Pingol, Angeles University Foundation (AUF) President Dr. Joseph Emmanuel Angeles, AUF Center for Culture and the Arts (AUF-CCA) Director Gildo “Boron” Garcia Jr., and all the composers of the songs.
Angeles congratulated all the participants for coming up with beautiful compositions. He also expressed his excitement and vowed to give his one hundred percent support to the event.
On the other hand, Cruz said that the courtesy visit and general assembly was intended to consummate everything for the scheduled competitions.
Garcia formally presented all the songs of the ten finalists to give everyone an idea on how the entries were arranged and recorded through the help of Filipino music genius and composer, Vehnee Saturno.
All entries are set to be heard in various occasions and events in and around Angeles City. The order of presentation, scheduled interviews, promotions and guesting were also finalized during the call.
“The contest seeks to perpetuate the Kapampangan prose in its stylish and rhythmical form while
Huelgas urged his fellow national athletes to serve as inspiration to the youth and to those looking up to their dreams. “To all our national athletes, I wish you guys that you give your very best in order for this event to create an impact not only to athletes but to everybody here in the Philippines and in Southeast Asia that we can make a difference,” he stressed.
Huelgas is the first Filipino athlete to win the Gold medal in the SEA games triathlon in 2015 in Singapore and successfully defending his title in the following meet in 2017 in Malaysia.
The 30th SEA Games will be held from November 30December 11, 2019. A total of 9,840 athletes from 11 countries will compete in 529 events of 56 sports. There are 47 venues in 3 competition hubs namely Clark, Subic and Metro Manila.
It carries the theme “We Win as One” which encapsulates unity, togetherness, and singularity of purpose and the desire to work together in a diverse community to achieve peace, progress and inclusivity.