This summer, nurture their potential in art, animation, programming, vlogging, and video production at Power Mac Center's summer workshop from May 6 to July 27, 2019. The workshop will be open for kids and teens aged 7 to 16 years old and will offer a series of digital and non-digital workshops to cater to all sorts of passion your kids have.
Dancing may not be for everyone, but anyone can try it though. Not only will it bring you healthy mind and body, but dancing can also be your new hobby. Joining dance workshops will allow you to built confidence and express yourself in a creative medium. You can either try hip-hop, contemporary, jazz, and more! Here are some list of dance workshops around Makati, BGC, and Ortigas you should try! MAKATI Fame Artists Studio IMAGE FAME ARTISTS STUDIO Committed to provide unparalleled opportunity to change the conglomerate world world of arts, health, and wellness, Fame Artists Studio offers their upcoming “Unlimited Dance Class” on June 14-August 31, 2017. For only […]
Ever dream of seeing yourself acting your heart out on theatres and big screens? Well, why not? What’s the use of schools offering theatre and acting classes for the actor-wannabe’s out there? If you’re planning to have your first big step to your dream acting career, you might want to consider enrolling yourself into these institutions in the Philippines. 1. The School of People’s Theater (Photo from PETA’s official Facebook page) The School of People’s Theater (SPT) is the training arm of the Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA). The School of People’s Theater offers different theatre and acting programs like faculty and curriculum development, the annual PETA summer […]
It’s time to dance with somebody this time with Dance at the PARC! The PARC Foundation, in cooperation with Daloy Dance Company, eXcellerate Dance Company, and Next.Ep, and media partner Wazzup Pilipinas is having a Dance at the PARC which invites everyone who would love to dance in a series of dance classes starting June 1 to December 15, 2016. This series of dance classes include Basic Jazz, Advanced Jazz, Contemporary, Creative Movement, Movement Meditation, Jazz Funk, and Urban. What you need to know about this dance event is that it’s for all! Whether you’re an aspiring dancer, a student, or just someone who just want to dance, you’re sure […]
Steps Dance Studio’s is one of the Philippines’ premier ballet schools producing top-caliber dancers of highest international standards. Founded in 1994 by Sofia Zobel Elizalde, who also serves as Steps’ Managing Director, Steps Dance Studio is among the Philippines’ most comprehensive dance schools. Its Classical Ballet training is based on the Royal Academy of Dance syllabus, which began in England. The Royal Academy of Dance is an international teacher training and examining organization for classical ballet whose aim is to develop the highest possible standards of teaching.
Ballet Manila is one of the country’s major ballet companies founded and mentored by the ballerina of the people, Lisa Macuja-Elizalde. It is the only ballet school in the Philippines with direct links to the Russian Ballet Academy of St. Peterburg, Russia. The company’s ballerinas and danseurs are trained in the highest standards of classical ballet, based on the rigorous Russian Vaganova method. The official Ballet Manila School opened its doors to 70 students during its summer workshop held in 1998. It is now permanently based in the Ballet Manila compound on Donada St., Pasay City. It aims to introduce ballet to the Filipino masses and incorporate this form of art […]
The Ballet Philippines (BP) is known to be the foundation of Filipino identity. BP performed “Giselle”, a famous romantic ballet that tackles loss, forgiveness and love beyond death. Originally called the CCP Dance School, the BP Dance School is the official school of Ballet Philippines. The school has a long history of existence, dating back to 1970 when the BP founders started the CCP Summer Dance Workshop. Ballet Philippines Dance School also opened a branch at SM Aura in 2014. It offers numerous courses that caters different age brackets starting from 4 years old and up. Aside from the regular classes, they offer fitness programs, and hip-hop and flamingo classes. […]
Put the rhythm back to your life by learning some Latin dance. Those graceful hip swaying and arms swinging that you see professionals do on the ballroom dance floor? You can let your body learn them! Whether you’re a beginner or aspiring to be a professional performer, you can breathe life into your dream by enrolling in dance classes. The Philippine culture is known to have a close affinity to Latin culture as the country, like most Latin American countries, used to be a Spanish colony. And so love for dancing is very much a part of the local culture, from social gatherings, to school fairs, fiestas and the like. […]
There is no doubt that pole dancing has become popular in the Philippines. It is known for its novel approach on fitness and its delivery when it comes to weight loss, as attested by several pole dance enthusiasts across the metro. Can you believe that a student can lose 10 pounds with regular training in just a few weeks? Can you believe that age does not matter when it comes to this art? Yes, even a 60-year old can do this with proper training! So if you want to try this workout, Polecats Manila can help you out! – – Polecats Manila offers various classes on aerial arts including, but […]
. Also known as the dance of the Sama people, Igal is a traditional dance that originated from the islands of the maritime Southeast Asia. This form of ethnic dance is presented in different variations in Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia and Cambodia. In the Philippines, it is recognized as one of today’s most important cultural performance due to its distinct movements and postures. The Igal dance is composed of movements such as bended poses and swift flicks by the fingers, wrists and arms but still maintains a fluid and unique tempo throughout the performance. The ethnic groups within the Sama-Bajau practice the performance of Igal in different tribal […]
POINT AND FLEX as Ballet Philippines opens it doors to individuals who would like to stay fit in an unconventional way. . “There is certain poise rooted in the history of ballet,” said Bee Carabeo, PR and Marketing for Ballet Philippines. “The people who started ballet were actually royal[s].” History declares this as true. After all, ballet was danced in the Italian Renaissance courts before developing into a concert dance in France and Russia. Ballerinas and danseurs might as well be modern-day princesses and princes in their leotards and tights, in the spotlight and on that stage, totally distinct from the rest of the mundane world. Until early this year, that […]
Itching to use the rig but not knowing how to scratch? Have you literally been marching to the beat of your own drum? Got your very own tune stuck in your head for, well, forever? Bring those sick beats and that musical ear to Bounce! – – Located right in the middle of the metro’s lifestyle district, Bounce Electronic Music and DJ School has everything and anything you need to learn about creating your own electronic groove. They offer programs in DJ mixing and electronic music production, courses in songwriting for dance music, and masterclasses in EDM, Electronic Music Theory, hiphop and RnB, mixing and mastering, deep house, bass music […]
– Clara Ramona Flamenco is a world renowned Filipino Flamenco dancer and choreographer sponsored by a particular dance company. She trains those who wanted to learn Flamenco of modern and traditional style. Every Wednesday evening, a night of Seville (Flamenco party) is held to enjoy Spanish style cuisine where everyone who wants to watch Flamenco dances can come. – – This time, primer editorial department came to experience the “tablao Flamenco” to experience their mimicking of bars in Spain. We enjoyed different Spanish dishes while listening to the live sounds of Flamenco guitars. The center’s instructor and Clara Ramona also performed a Flamenco show followed by the other dancers. You […]