A Dream to Last: A Benefit Musical Concert organized by OLPSian-Paulinian Community

James Nathaniel Pagdanganan | Staffer | The OLPSian Times

The Grade School participants performing during the first day showing of the concert.

After six shows of vibrant performances, “A Dream to Last,” a benefit musical concert organized by the OLPSian-Paulinian Community, successfully completed its two-day run held last March 31 and April 1 at the OLPS Gymnasium.

Dreamers from the Gradeschool and Junior Highschool, Senior High School students, parents, and visitors have shown great enthusiasm and participation in the benefit concert. In return, the participants performed their hearts out as they reaped the successful result of their hard work.

Grade school performers open the concert with the Filipino Folk Song “Paru Parung Bukid”.

Grade school performers were first to open the concert with a playful yet clean performance of “Paru Parung Bukid”. The lower batch also presented numerous musical acts, namely “Pipit” where they sang in complete harmony, and “Sorbetero Medley’’ with meaningful and dedicated facial expressions. Mauve Gabor from the third grade performed “O Sole Mio” for his special solo.

Junior High School performers during the “A DREAM to Last” Musical Concert

High school performers, on the other hand, proudly performed “Kalesa” which created a joyful atmosphere; “Iddem Dem Malida,” which fascinated the crowd, Anak,” which touched the hearts of the audience with the sight of such perfect harmony; and “Isang Bangka,” where the students form a boat and proceed to adventure the sea with their harmonious melodies.

OLPSian-Paulinian parents, teachers, and personnel enticed the crowd with their own version of “Ewan”

The beloved OLPSian-Paulinian parents, teachers, and personnel also took part in this musical concert. Performing “Ewan” where they conveyed beautiful facial expressions and moved in perfect sync, “Ikaw ang Mahal Ko”, and “I Write The Song,” they warmed the hearts of many.

LOOK: SPC Sisters performed the “Kulintang Ensemble,” a Maguindanaoan instrument.

Not only did the students, parents, teachers, and personnel take part in the big event, but the SPC Sisters also performed the “Kulintangan Ensemble,” a Maguindanaoan instrument.

“A Dream to Last” is a benefit concert that aims to raise funds for the DREAMS Scholarship and its beneficiaries. Donors, no matter the price they donated, were equally gratified by giving a ticket to see the concert.

OLPS Musical Concert Performers with SPC Sisters had their group photo.

They were also thanked by Sr. Anabel Dela Cruz, SPC, School Head and Principal, and Dr. Jorge Pacleb, Academic Coordinator, in their opening remarks during the six showings.


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