Monday, September 24, 2012

Cellist Antoni Inacay performs at the CCP on September 26


If you're in Manila and looking for a Travelife, head for the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) this Wednesday, September 26, for a wonderful performance by the cellist Antoni Inacay.

This is part of the CCP's young artist series, and Travelife is happy to help promote this series and to publicize the talents of these very gifted young men and women, and the efforts of the CCP to help them develop.

One of our most talented young cellists, Antoni Josef Inacay’s performances have taken him to various Asian countries. In 2001 and 2002, he traveled around the region as a member of the Asian Youth Orchestra while still pursuing his cello degree at St. Scholastica’s College.

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EARLY START

Upon graduating, he established a busy performing career, performing actively as a chamber musician and principal cellist of the Manila Symphony Orchestra.

While enrolled in the studio of Rhoda Rider at the Boston Conservatory, Antoni Inacay was a member of the Boston Conservatory Honors Quartet and he participated in several music festivals and masterclasses.

Armed with a passion to further express the cello’s versatility, Mr. Inacay helped form and establish an experimental-alternative-rock band called Silent Sanctuary where he plays the cello and electric cello.

Come hear him make the cello come alive this Wednesday at the CCP.

Wednesday, 26 September 2012, at 730 PM
Cultural Center of the Philippines
Little Theater


Tickets are available for PhP 800/ PhP 600.
Call 832-3704 or 891-999 for more details
www.culturalcenter.gov.ph





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