MSU SINING KAMBAYOKA ENSEMBLE

MSU SINING KAMBAYOKA ENSEMBLE

by: Hassanain O. Magarang and Pepito P. Sumayan

MSU SINING KAMBAYOKA ENSEMBLE
OPENED THE YOUTH LEADERSHIP SEMINAR
AND WORKSHOP WITH A SARIMANOK
INSPIRED PERFORMANCE

The class of TRM 53 (Convention and Special Event Management), un­der Prof. Sean Wilfred Cayunda and the Les’ Turista Society of the College of Hotel and Restaurant Management in­vited the Ensemble to give an opening salvo performance and an intermission during the Youth Leadership Seminar and Workshop at the CHARM Pavilion, MSU-Main on November 18, 2017.

Dressed with colorful traditional at­tires of the Bangsamoro people, the Ensemble opened the program with a Sarimanok inspired performance high­lighting the song “Sarimanok” by Maan Chua. The repertoire welcomed the audiences with different dances of the Tausug, Maguindanao and the Mer­anaw.

After the discussion of Mr. Moja­heden S. Cosain about the youth’s role in peace building, another performance was rendered by the Sining Kambayo­ka. This time, the Ensemble performed the “Sowara,” where it depicted the ef­fects of war. It also addressed the vital role of the youth in nation-building and encourages the participating youth to be an ambassador of peace and de­velopment. The atmosphere became more emotional as the participants, organizers and guest speakers joined the circle hand-in-hand while the Ensemble sung their signature song “Tayong Lahat ay Magkaisa.” The second guest speak­er, Ms. Sheryan P Guialel while discussing her topic regarding the role of tourism in peace building shared her emotion­al thoughts regarding the performance of the Ensemble. Truly the performance made an emotional impact and it re­ceived positive reviews from the partic­ipating youth, the organizers and the guest speakers.

The youth must play a vital role in peace building and be an ambassador of peace and development. Thru culture and arts as a medium, the message could easily be conveyed to the mass.

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