Memorial Concert for Nita Abrogar Quinto
The College held a memorial concert on 3 March 2014 at Abelardo Hall Auditorium for its outstanding piano professor Nita Abrogar Aquino, pianist and pedagogue, who passed away on 26 February 2013. READ MORE
Dr. Raul Navarro Published Second Book
The College supported the second book launch of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Raul Navarro in mini-hall last 18 February 2014. Published by Ateneo de Manila University Press, this is Dr. Navarro's second book in the same press and also in Filipino and titled "Musika at Bagong Lipunan: Pagbuo ng Lipunang Filipino, 1972-1986. READ MORE
Prof Toledo received the Chancellor's Distinguished Teacher Award
The College heartily congratulates Professor Josefino "Chino" Toledo for receiving the "Gawad Chanselor para sa Natatanging Guro" in a ceremony held on 21 February 2014 at Malcolm Theater. READ MORE
Arwin Tan Presented Paper on UP Music Extension Program
Assistant Prof. Arwin Tan, current coordinator of the College's Extension Program, presented a paper titled "Nurturing the Filipino Youth towards the Culture of Excellence" in the recently concluded campus-wide colloquium held in the UP Diliman College of Social Work and Development last 7 February 2014. READ MORE
UPCM handed over donations to two music majors who were affected by the supertyphoon Yolanda
The UP College of Music, through its dean and college secretary, handed over the cash donations to two music majors who were affected by the supertyphoon Yolanda (Haiyan, international name). These donations were given by teachers of the College as well as donations received in College's concerts last December, among them “Christmas Jazz on the Grass” on December 11, 2013, and “Ang Pagdating ng Hari: Isang Alamat” a musical play on December 14, 2013. READ MORE
Salamat sa Ligaya: A tribute concert for Mrs. Ligaya Quinitio
Under the leadership of Prof. Alegria Ferrer, the Department of Voice, Music Theater, and Dance paid tribute to voice teacher Mrs. Ligaya Quinitio who has been teaching at the College for more than thirty years. READ MORE
Tribute to Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) by UP Kekeli
UP Kekeli, the resident African drum ensemble of the College, pays tribute to the icon of human rights and freedom, a revolutionary anti-apartheid turned political leader Nelson Mandela of South African. READ MORE
Dr. Kevin Class Conducts Rehearsals with UP Symphonic Band
Dr. Kevin Class, Assistant Professor of Collaborative Piano and Conductor of University of Tennessee Opera Theater, is visiting the UP College of Music from November 26 to December 6 to share his expertise with students of the College from various departments such as Voice, Conducting, Winds, and Strings. READ MORE
About the College of Music
Dr. In 1916, the Conservatory aimed at the education of pupils in a serious study of music with a view to a professional career in some branch of the art. The Conservatory, therefore, arranged its curriculum so that all pupils in its regular courses who wanted to be teachers, singers or performers on any instrument also pursued theoretical subjects which were necessary in a holistic education. These were taken together with instrumental and vocal lessons. READ MORE
Katherine Trangco, Composer
Christine Muyco, Composer
March 13, 2014
Abelardo Hall Auditorium
UP Symphonic Band
Rodney Ambat, Conductor
March 20, 2014
Abelardo Hall Auditorium
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Instructions for the Examinees:
B. ALL THINGS except for pencils, erasers, and test permits, must be left with your parents or in your bag on the stage. ALL CELLPHONES must be switched OFF or placed in SILENT mode.
C. Upon entering the AHA, follow the ushers’ instructions as to where to leave your things, and where to sit.
D. The written exam will take approximately 1.5 hours. Everyone must go to the COMFORT ROOM BEFORE the exam. NO TOILET BREAKS will be given for the duration of the exam.
E. After the written exam, DO NOT GO HOME! You will be brought to assigned rooms for the Solfeggio (Sight-singing) part of the Entrance Exam.
F. NO EATING or DRINKING inside the AHA.
G. NO TALKING during the exam. If you have questions, RAISE YOUR HAND and a proctor will attend to you.
H. RULES on CHEATING:
LOOK AT YOUR OWN PAPER. AVOID UNNECESSARY MOVEMENTS.
The first time one is suspected of cheating, faculty proctors will be notified and they will observe further; at the 2nd instance, one will be given a verbal warning; at the 3rd, one will be asked to discontinue taking the exam.