The UP Symphony Orchestra, UP Madrigal Singers, UP vocalists and choristers come together in a virtual performance to honor the Filipino spirit in a time of uncertainty.
The UP Symphony Orchestra offers an “Ode to Joy” to the UP Community in a free, open-air concert performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 tonight, December 12, at the University Amphitheater at 6:00 PM, with surprise performances from other UP artists and choirs.
The UP Symphony Orchestra inspires the audience toward Lenten reflections through its second concert offering for 2019.
Barely five months after the establishment by the UP Board of Regents as the official orchestra of the university, the UP Symphony Orchestra has been making waves and living up to their moniker as Orkestra ng Bayan. Under the leadership of the country’s premier conductor and composer, Prof. Josefino Chino Toledo, the UPSO has featured works of classical composers alongside protest songs and contemporary Filipino compositions never tackled by any of our local orchestras.
“Resist!—Anthems of Struggle and Triumph” will be the fiery opening salvo of the 2019 Abelardo Hall Concert Series. The four-month-old University of the Philippines Symphony Orchestra (UPSO) will make its Abelardo Hall debut on February 23 at 7:00 PM, together with the UP Madrigal Singers, pianist Pia Dino-Balasico, and playwright-singer Rody Vera. They will perform under the baton of UPSO musical director Prof. Josefino Chino Toledo.
A symphonic orchestra that UP can finally call its own made its debut on the evening of December 13, 2018 in a concert, Unang Pasko. The newly established UP Symphonic Orchestra (UPSO) joined other acclaimed musical groups from the UP College of Music at the University Amphitheatre in playing holiday classics for the UP community for free.