Harman Patil (Editor)

Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Short name  PPO
Founded  1973 (1973)
Active from  1973
Former name  CCP Philharmonic
Website  CCP website
Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra to close concert season with
Concert hall  Cultural Center of the Philippines
Awards  Awit Award for Best Traditional Recording
Similar  Nicanor Abelardo, Yoshikazu Fukumura, Cecile Licad, Manila Symphony Orchestra, University of the Philippin

Philippine philharmonic orchestra finale gaano ko ikaw ka mahal carnegie hall june 18 2016


The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO) is the nation's leading symphony orchestra and a resident company of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (the CCP), located on Manila's shoreline. The PPO's Music Director/Principal Conductor is Olivier Ochanine.

Contents

Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates 40th anniversary

History

Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra What39s Going On Cultural Center of the Philippines

Inaugurated on May 15, 1973, as the CCP Philharmonic, the new orchestra was initially intended to accompany artists performing at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Its first music director was Luis Valencia, with Julian Quirit serving as concertmaster.

Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra PPO principal conductor invites Duterte Robredo to sendoff concert


Six years later Imelda Marcos, then First Lady of the Philippines, asked Oscar Yatco to reorganize the ensemble, and in 1982 the "Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra" took its present name and adopted a new vision: to become a world-class symphony orchestra comparable with the finest.

Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra OVERTURE LA TAGALA Flickr

The PPO keeps a busy schedule year-round, its main concert season (September to April) supplemented by regular performances at the San Agustin International Music Festival, by special concerts, and by community outreach activities.

Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra to stage a onenight only concert

The PPO has performed with such renowned conductors as Mendi Rodan, Piero Gamba, Yaacov Bergman, Jeffery Meyer, and Nicholas Koch. It has also collaborated with leading Filipino and foreign musicians, including Cecile Licad, Martin Nievera, Lea Salonga, Regine Velasquez, Van Cliburn, Renata Tebaldi, Judith Engel, Anthony Camden, Freestyle, Gagong Rapper, Jireh Lim and David Benoit.

Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu

Overseas, the PPO has successfully toured Europe, and in 2002 it participated in Asia Orchestra Week at Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall. The orchestra gave a 2004 Charity Royal Command Concert at Bangkok's National Theater at the invitation of Princess Galyani Vadhana, elder sister of the King of Thailand. This was a project of the Fund for Classical Music Promotion, a nonprofit organization that provides scholarships to young musicians to further study music, in cooperation with the Embassy of the Philippines in Bangkok and the Ministry of Culture of Thailand.

Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra Cultural Center of the Philippines

In 2006, the PPO's tour of the United States helped celebrate the centennial of the first Filipino migrants to Hawaii and California.

Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra VERY WANG

In 2009, after an exhaustive two-year search process, the PPO and the Cultural Center of the Philippines selected Olivier Ochanine as the PPO's next Principal Conductor and Music Director to start January 2010.

References

Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra Wikipedia


Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L