Tipanan (Rendezvous) is a convergence of different musical styles from the Philippine islands. From the sublime to the rhythmically charged, harana (serenade) to tribal dance, this collection showcases the diversity of Philippine music along with its most trusted instrument.
The influence of Spain, the assimilation of American pop, the staying power of the rural folk songs, and the exoticism of indigenous rhythms, yield a picturesque canvas of a culture like no other.
Florante Aguilar, classical guitar and octavina (track #11)
With special guest Michael Walsh, 2nd guitar on Nais Ko and Radyo Tipanan.
Thank you so much to all who came and joined me at the Utom premier at SFIAF. The second concert is this June 9th at Brava Theater - Kularts Presents Florante Aguilar and the Utom Ensemble Get your discount tickets today, available til June 9th. ... See MoreSee Less
On June 12, 1898, in my home town of Kawit Cavite, General Emilio Aguinaldo and his government defiantly declared independence from Spain. This balcony is literally half a mile away from the house I grew up in. I’d… https://t.co/TsVhPA3qH9