Concert: The Philippine Madrigal Singers

by marian on July 26, 2011

The Philippine Madrigal Singers, also known as the MADZ, is one of the most honored choirs in the world. The 20-voice ensemble has consistently won major prizes in the most prestigious international choral competitions. In 2009, The Madz were designated as UNESCO Artists for Peace. Their current 6-month tour of North and South America includes a performance at the World Choral Symposium in Argentina the week following their concert in Naples!Hear them sing a stunning program of pure unaccompanied choral music: sacred and secular, high art and popular, international and Filipino composers / arrangers. This is their only south Florida concert – don’t miss it!!

Date/Time: Friday, August 5th – 7pm
Admission: Free admission; free-will offering
Location:
Naples United Church of Christ
5200 Crayton Rd., Naples FL
Click here to see a map.

This concert is presented as a collaboration with:
The Choir Project,The Naples Asian Professionals Association and Naples United Church of Christ

The Choir Project

 

 

 

Here is a video of The Madz singing “Buwa-buwa ni utu” a traditional Molbog melody from their April 2011 concert at the Mormon Tabernacle.

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