Music and diplomacy

The first Fête de la Musique was held on June 21, 1982 by then Minister of Culture Jack Lang. His objective was to democratize access to music.

Pinoy Christmas in Norway

Philippine embassy in Oslo brings early Christmas cheer to elderly.

Hong Kong gears up for Millennial and GenZ travelers

Langham Hospitality Group launches upper midscale brand Ying’nflo in Wanchai.

Voices lost in industrial winds

The songs echo their voices lost in the noise of globalization and geopolitics, their wisdom and history, and connection to lands that predate ASEAN or the nation states making up ASEAN.

People hearing without listening

The sound of freedom, a playlist that celebrates independence

Call for applications to the 7th National Rondalla workshop

The workshop has been gaining prominence as a workshop known for training top prize winners and finalists of the National Music Competitions for Young Artists (NAMCYA), both in ensemble and solo bandurria categories.

Listen to yourself

What’s hot in the music and podcast scenes in the Philippines—plus, a dialogue with Arthur Nery.

Sing to our future

CCP launches ‘Himig Himbing,’ a collection of lovely indigenous lullabies for children.

How to support local and emerging talents

To uplift up-and-coming Filipino OPM gems, Spotify unveils Radar Philippines Artists for 2022.

Pinoy pop rising

Celebrate Filipino sound with Tugatog music festival 2022.

What it feels like for a girl

Or how women are shaking the system, breaking records in the music industry.

Turning cabin fever into sound

Alt-metal band releases third single ‘Home Alone’ off its album 10 years in the making.

Alibatta: From Philippine script to NFT

This new kind of cryptocurrency empowers musicians.

Ben&Ben's sophomore album is a record of the youth's sentiments amid the pandemic

A tour of the critically acclaimed folk-pop band’s Pebble House, Vol. 1: Kuwaderno.


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