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Here's How You Can Watch the CCP's Past Performances Online

Immerse yourself in culture during quarantine.
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The Cultural Center of the Philippines is working overtime to bring culture to audiences confined to their homes during quarantine.

With the use of alternative platforms, the CCP will be offering video streaming of archival recordings, live arts, and more. The Arts and Culture Online initiative will mainly be on the CCP's YouTube channel.

This week, the CCP is introducing a new lineup from its archival recordings of theater, dance, visual arts, film, literary, and workshop events, starting with Hintayan ng Langit on April 28. Directed by Raffy Tejada and written by Juan Miguel Severo, the play tells the story of estranged lovers who end up in purgatory together.

On April 30, the Philippine Madrigal Singers will serenade audiences in Tanghalan Naming Tahanan. The performance celebrates five decades of the CCP, which has been home to numerous Filipino artists through the years.

Then, on May 2, the choreography of Ballet Philippines founder Alice Reyes, the libretto of National Artist Bienvenido Lumbera, and the music of Maestro Ryan Cayabyab are masterfully combined in Rama, Hari.

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Check out the video below for the premiere of Hintayan ng Langit.

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