On March 21, Thursday at 7PM, Dulce will receive the INTEGRITY AWARD from the LA Women's Theatre Festival for solo women artists who bring credibility and dignity to their work. The event is part of the festival's 20th anniversary.
Video by Roger Fojas
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Read the BLOG from Dulce's Summer Sound Concert
Summer Sounds: FILIPINO MUSIC with Dulce Capadocia
July 23-August 3, 2012
2301 North Highland Avenue, just off the Hollywood Freeway. (Area Map)
Traditional music and dance from the Philippines! Interactive dance features the fable 'Juan Tamad' in a musical adventure about trust and gratitude.
About Summer Sounds: Discover Reggae, Filipino, and Latino music and cultural traditions as SummerSounds turns nights at the Bowl into weekday morning fun with vibrant musicians and dancers exploring these musical genres. Each SummerSounds program features live music and dance, plus art workshops guided by professional artists!
May 18, 19, 20, 2012
Friday & Saturday at 8PM
Sunday at 2 PM
"Malakas (strong) and Maganda (beautiful)", a creation myth based on Southern Philippine Manobo tribal folklore, is being reconstructed by Capadocia. The impressive work of more than 20 dancers and large sculptural bamboo poles, originally choreographed by famous ethnologist Ramon Obusan (also the National Artist of the Philippines) will be presented for the college's annual Fall Dance Concert.
Performing Arts Mainstage at Pierce College
Pierce College: 6201 Winnetka Ave. Woodland Hills, California 91371
Marian Weiser, director
Background Image from Summer Sounds/Philippines, Hollywood Bowl Photographer: Juan Martinez
Dancers: Jill Parago, Timothy Kuster, Timothy Tristan, Marcus Flye
Small Images at Bottom: Juan Martinez. Photos of "Bihag"
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