Benefit Concert for Bohol Churches at SM City North Edsa

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Benefit Concert for Bohol Churches at SM City North Edsa


[caption id="attachment_52125" align="alignright" width="300"] Dulce and Aicelle Santos [/caption] Humanitarian efforts have been well publicized for "Yolanda," but one of the severest hit places is Bohol, which suffered from an earthquake and a super typhoon. There were severe damages sustained to the oldest and UNESCO recognized churches and structures such as the Kapitolyo in Tagbilaran and Albur Parish, San Pedro Church in Loboc and Immaculada Concepcion de la Virgen Maria, Baclayon and many more. A Church is not just significant historically but is where Filipino life revolves. GMA-7s 24 Oras quoted NCCA Subcommission on Cultural Heritage Head Regalado Jose, who lamented the damages, noting that churches are artifacts of memory. The Church is where we go to pray, to remember our ancestors. We go there to baptize members of our clan, nearly everything we do is through the church, he said. In line with this, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the Cultural Center of the Philippines, and SM City North EDSA have collaborated to organize Talan-AwonUgKasikassa Bohol ("Sights and Sounds of Bohol"), a fundraising concert and photo exhibit. This will be held on Saturday, November 30at 5 p.m. at the Sky Dome at SM City North Edsa for the benefit of the Church and the Diocese of Tagbilaran. Song of the countrys top entertainers and cultural performers will share the beautiful voices and music for this cause: DULCE, Isay Alvarez, Robert Sena, Aicelle Santos, Bo Cerrudo, Pinky Marquez, NenenEspina, Foretenors,Beverly Salviejo, JayCayuca, Kids Act, Project Based Band and award winning composer Diwa De Leon. …

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