Emerging bands and budding young artists gather as De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) celebrates its 30th year with the first-ever Benilde Music and Arts Festival: Best of Benilde @ 30 from May 18 to 24 at the College’s School of Design and Arts (SDA) Campus.
Spearheaded by Benilde Arts Culture Cluster (BACC) and the Music Production (MP) Program, the week-long event will be launched with stunning performances by homegrown Benildean music artists.
Jensen and the Flips, Wilderness, Banna Harbera, Mark Atienza, and Bagong Luto ni Enriquez will headline the Café Jam starting 12:00 noon at the SDA Cafeteria.
Agsunta, Miguel Mendoza, St. Wolf, The Juans, Nathan Mercury, Roxanne Miranda, and Mikee Misalucha will star at the special Plug-in Concert on May 18, 7:30 p.m. at the SDA Theater.
In addition to the main music performances, the festival will also highlight and exhibit the creativity and talents of Benildean alumni, students, and associates through a wide array of exhibitions featuring exquisite and award-winning works in the fields of Fashion Design and Merchandising, Photography, Animation, Multimedia Arts, Design Foundation, Interior Design, Industrial Design, and Architecture from the 7th to the 14th floor of the SDA Campus.
A series of theater performances, arts management talks, workshops on songwriting and the business of music, and digital film and animation screenings will likewise be hosted.
The Benilde Music and Arts Festival: Best of Benilde @ 30 exhibitions, screenings, workshops, and theater and music performances are open to the public from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Admission is free except for the Plug-in Concert. Tickets for the evening show are at P300 each, with a discounted rate of P 200 for Benildeans.
For inquiries, contact +63905 452 2858 or email [email protected]
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