Musika sa Isla Orchestra performs in front of Casa Real in Boac

BOAC, Marinduque – Musika sa Isla Orchestra, at Rizal Monument in front of the historical Casa Real in Boac, at the capital town of Marinduque, the heart of the Philippines. Musika sa Isla is compose of children from different public and private schools from different walks of life but united with the art. The Art of classical music: violin, viola, cello and voice. Ranier Joseph Tolentino – strings trainor. Joseleo Logdat- founder of Musika sa Isla – Marinduque.

Photo credits of Loida Tacatani Bolito
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Mayda N. Lagran

Senior Correspondent at Marinduque News Network
Mayda Lagran is a senior correspondent at MNN. She is the official correspondent of Philippine Daily Inquirer in the province and currently working as Education Program Specialist at Department of Education-Marinduque. She graduated AB Mass Communication major in Broadcasting. Mayda works with different advocacies such as secretary general in Musika sa Isla and Sining Karaban.

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