100 Voices: A call for unity, solidarity

More than its pomp and gaiety accentuated by grandiose and solemn tones, the 100 Voices, one of the activities of CAPIZtahan 2012 slated on April 13, actually connotes strength in unity and solidarity, according to in-charge of the activity Cheryl Anne del Rosario.

An innovation in this year’s CAPIZtahan celebration, 100 Voices  is a chorale presentation that will be participated in by the Army Brass Band, Sinadya Chorale, CPC Chorale and the Capiz Provincial Government Cultural Ensemble.

The Army Brass Band - after the ceremonial and simultaneous lighting of fountain, bridge, band stand, museum, city hall, capitol, seafood fair/food festival and a 10-minute fireworks display - will lend drama to the occasion when its members would march  from the Roxas Avenue, turn around the fountain at the foot of the Capiz Bridge before proceeding to the Roxas City Plaza Bandstand for the 100 Voices show, Del Rosario said.

The historic fountain is being renovated under the administration of Mayor Angel Alan Celino in time for the CAPIZtahan celebration. The Mayor, Vice Mayor Ronnie Dadivas, and the people behind the ONE Capiz, want the project to be presented as a surprise.

In between the chorale performances are solo numbers to be rendered by Gereberne Lozada, four other teenaged singers and a talented child performer. Well-known local singer Dorris Bellosillo  is also helping in the activity.

All participants to the 100 Voices will then belt out the classical song Hallelujah in their finale. The Army Brass will perform lively songs for at least 10 minutes before finally calling it a night. (Publicity and Promotions Committee, CAPIZtahan 2012)
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