Cultural and Educational

Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra debut in New York City

NEW YORK – On June 18,  with support from Society Co-Chair Manuel V. Pangilinan and other partner institutions, the Philippine’s premiere orchestra, the Philharmonic Orchestra performed in a sold-out debut concert in New York’s Carnegie Hall.

From left torigh: World class Filipino pianist Cecil Licad, US Embassy (Manila) Deputy Chief of Mission Michael Klecheski, PDRF President Butch Meily, US-PH Society Directors Loida Nicolas-Lewis and Ambassador Richard Murphy. Photo credit: Joseph Pe and Event4Good

To find out more about this historic performance, please read the review of the concert by  (The Philippine Star).

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