Classical music takes center stage in Marinduque’s 3rd Annual ‘Musika sa Isla’

BOAC, Marinduque – Symphonies are due to wake the sleepy town of Boac, Marinduque as the city holds its third “Musika sa Isla,” the country’s only classical music festival, on May 18, 19, and 21. Premier musicians from Asia are gracing the three-day event. “Musika sa Isla” gathers a diverse roster of musical talents, ranging from pianists to seasoned singers. This year, Franz Chen of Indonesia and Tomoyo Kobayashi from Japan are playing the piano. Japan’s Kazuki Yamamoto is the festival’s lone violinist, while Ivan Jenzer is representing the Philippines…

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Romeo A. Mataac, Jr. is an internal researcher, youth advocate and amateur traveler.  He has 5 year background experience in finance and accounting operations and business process outsourcing. He worked in Development Bank of the Philippines-Human Resources Department, Compensation and Benefits Management Division. He also served as a part time instructor in Rizal Technological University.