Record of 2020 NAMCYA Winners
Manila, Philippines — From December 8 – 13, 2020, the Nationwide Music Competitions for Younger Artists held the 2020 NAMCYA “Tingog sa Paglaum” (Sounds of Hope) Nationwide Finals Week. The end result of the year-long seek for essentially the most gifted younger Filipino musical artists gathered an meeting of the nation’s budding abilities in varied fields of musical expressions.
This 12 months’s winners within the completely different classes embody Emmanuel John Villarin (1st Prize), Lance Morrison Tulagan (2nd Prize), and Clarice Micaela Coronel (third Prize) within the Junior Strings Class. Winners within the Senior Guitar Class have been Adrian Cristobal (1st Prize), Lyon Ricardo Lopez III (2nd Prize), and Zean Saliendra (third Prize).
Rising victorious within the Brass Open Class have been Paulo John Rubio (1st Prize), Gerardson Buluran (2nd Prize), and Jordan Samuel San Jose (third Prize). Rhoxene Octaviano went house with an Honorable Point out in the identical class.
Within the Junior Solo Rondalla Class, the winners have been Christian Daniel Briones (1st Prize), Ellaine Rose Lobrin (2nd Prize), and Donatella Delgado (third Prize). Honorable Point out honors got to Pleasure Elyssa Duno and Nixon Sebastian Riparip.
Winners within the Junior Piano Class have been Aidan Ezra Baracol (1st Prize), Andrea Bernadette Versoza, Benedict Magboo, and Zion Montebon (third Prize). Baracol was additionally bestowed with a particular award, Finest Interpretation of the Contest Piece.
Within the Junior Voice Class, the next emerged above the sector to be declared as winners: Lizzie Bett Estrada (1st Prize), Leanne Reese Tavita (2nd Prize), and Luke Stephen Tongson (third Prize). Tavita additionally went house with the Finest Interpretation of the Contest Piece honor.
The Junior Vocal Ensemble Class gathered among the nation’s finest vocal teams, however popping out as winners have been the Polomolok Nationwide Excessive College Chorale and Salinlahi Serenata Singers (2nd Prize), and the Koro del Pilar (third Prize).
Lastly, within the Conventional Music Ensemble Class, rising as this 12 months’s finest have been the San Nicolas Nationwide Excessive College Cultural Ensemble for its efficiency of the Ilocano serenade “dallot”, the Sagubay Ud Malicbong Ethnic Ensemble for its interpretation of the ritualistic “sagubay” of the Itneg tribe, the Madayaw Cultural Ensemble for “pandag” – the therapeutic ritual of the Maguindanaon sa Layah, and the Datu Inda Manobo Kulamanen Cultural Ensemble for the indigenous dance “uuranda kukumapey.”
To additional spotlight the excellent abilities of Filipino musical artists, a live performance of the solo winners was held on December 12, with a particular presentation of the Pundaquit Chamber Gamers. This was adopted by one other live performance of the group winners on December 13 as a part of the 2020 NAMCYA Closing ceremonies.
The 2020 NAMCYA “Tingog sa Paglaum” (Sounds of Hope) Nationwide Finals Week, which remains to be being proven on NAMCYA’s Fb web page and YouTube channel, highlights the competitors’s tireless endeavor to pursue its imaginative and prescient within the face of the worldwide pandemic.
Because the nation’s foremost music competitors, the NAMCYA has labored tirelessly since its founding in 1973 to harness Filipino youth’s musical genius. In its roster of previous winners are among the nation’s most prolific musical artists who’ve gone on to seize audiences each on the nationwide and worldwide stage – making a formidable repute for the Philippines as a cradle of very good and world-class musical abilities.
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