Kanapia Kalanduyan

Lecturer, Department of Musicology
College of Music, University of the Philippines, Diliman

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He has performed at the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Manila and was a featured artist in the 1998 Smithsonian's Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C. Kanapia is a younger brother of Danongan Kalanduyan.

Kanapia Kalanduyan is the brother of the famous Danongan, who has played a great role in disseminating Maguindanaon kulintang music in the USA. Kanapia has performed at the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Manila and was a featured artist in the 1998 Smithsonian's Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C.

Performances

2009 (June – July – August) with Dr. Royal Hartigan
Week of 15-21 June: planning research activities with Grace Nono, UP Collegio ng Musika Dean Ramon Acoymo, Profs. Verne dela Pena, Esteban Villaruz, Kanapia Kalanduyan, Aga Mayo Butocan, and Tusa Montes; setting up logistics for workshop in African music and dance at the University of the Philippines; introductory session with Tusa Montes Wednesday 17 June.
Week of 22-28 June: arranging for lessons and general study with master artists Profs. Kanapia Kalanduyan and Aga Mayo Butocan (southern Maguindanao and Marano Palabunibunyan /Kulintang traditions), and Malou Matute (northern Kalinga traditions), as well as Tusa Montes (kulintang); review of traditional instrumental rhythmic patterns in the southern and northern ensembles.
Tuesday 30 June, lessons/interviews with Malou Matute in Kalinga traditions (tongatong bamboo tubes) 2:30-3:30 pm, room 221; and Kanapia Kalanduyan in Maguindanao kulintang traditions (Duyug, Sinulog, Tidtu a Kamamatuan rhythmic modes) 5:30-7 pm, museum room.
Tuesday 7 July, lessons/interviews with Malou Matute in Kalinga traditions (tongatong bamboo tubes) 2:30-3:30 pm, room 221; Kanapia Kalanduyan in Maguindanao kulintang traditional, (Duyug and Binalig rhythmic modes) 5:30-7pm, museum room.
Tuesday 14 July, lessons/interviews with Malou Matute in Kalinga traditions (tongatong bamboo tubes) 2:30-3:30 pm, room 221; and Kanapia Kalanduyan in Maguindanao kulintang traditions (in the Binalig rhythmic mode, the Apad musical gong language style on the gandingan gong set, and the Tagonggo rhythmic mode) 5:30-7:15 pm, museum room.
Tuesday 21 July, lessons/interviews with Malou Matute in Kalinga traditions (patteteg bamboo tubes) 2:30-3:30 pm, room 221; and Kanapia Kalanduyan in Maguindanao kulintang traditions (in the Sinulog a Kamamatuan and Sinulog a Kangugudan rhythmic modes) 6-7:15 pm, museum room.
Tuesday 28 July, lessons/interviews with Malou Matute in Kalinga traditions (patteteg bamboo tubes) 2:30-3:30 pm, room 221; and Kanapia Kalanduyan in Maguindanao kulintang traditions (in the Tidtu a Kamatuan and Tidtu a Kangugudan rhythmic modes) 5:30-7:15 pm, museum room.
Tuesday 4 August, lessons/interviews with Malou Matute in Kalinga traditions (tongatong and patteteg bamboo tubes) 2:30-3:30 pm, room 221; and Kanapia Kalanduyan in Maguindanao kulintang traditions (in the Tagonggo and Binalig Apad rhythmic modes) 5:30-7:15 pm, museum room.
Saturday 8 August, video recording of traditional Maguindanao ensemble music with master artists Aga Mayo Butocan, Kanapia Kalanduyan, and their kulintang ensemble, 9 am-4 pm, and its rhythmic adaptation for drumset, 4-6 pm, with assistance by Prof. Tusa Montes and advanced student Jinggoy Balane, ACH.
Tuesday 11 August, rehearsal/analysis of Barikata kulintang jazz ensemble compositions and arrangements of Binalig, Sinulog a Kamamatuan, and Tagonggo Maguindanaon rhythmic modes with Prof. Kanapia Kalanduyan, 1-2 pm, museum room; lessons and interviews with Malou Matute in Kalinga traditions (tongatong and patteteg bamboo tubes) 2:30-3:30 pm, room 221.
Saturday 15 August, video recording of traditional Maguindanao ensemble music and its cross cultural adaptation, with the Barikata kulintang jazz ensemble, including master artists Aga Mayo Butocan and Kanapia Kalanduyan, percussionists Prof. Tusa Montes and advanced student Jinggoy Balane, contrabassist Paolo Alcantara, and saxophonist Roberto Gonzalo Sarreal, and percussionist royal hartigan, 9 am -6 pm, ACH. Asian Cultural Council representative Ms. Teresa Rances attended this recording activity and also did photography. Performance with Prof. Juan Cadiz’ jazz trio, Grande Villa, Quezon City, 10 pm-2 am.
Monday 17 August, African music and dance workshop 2-6 pm Abelardo Concert Hall (ACH) Stage; performance of the Barikata kulintang jazz ensemble (including master artists Aga Mayo Butocan and Kanapia Kalanduyan, percussionists Prof. Tusa Montes and advanced student Jinggoy Balane, contrabassist Paolo Alcantara, and saxophonist Roberto Gonzalo Sarreal, percussionist royal hartigan) at the Ten-02 Performance Space, Timog Avenue, 9:30 pm; percussion-vocal duo performance with vocalist Skarlet, 10:30 pm.