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The University of the Philippines Concert Chorus-UPCC is Coming to Town

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In Celebration of the 125th Anniversary of the Permanent Court of Arbitration and 126th Anniversary of the Proclamation of Philippine Independence.

The Embassy of the Philippines, under the leadership of H.E. Ambassador Dr. Jose Eduardo E. Malaya III, is partnering with the Permanent Court of Arbitration and Diplomat Magazine to present a concert featuring the University of the Philippines Concert Chorus (UPCC). The group will be specially flown in from Manila for the celebrations, and the performance will take place in The Hague in June 2024. Attendance will be by invitation only.

The University of the Philippines Concert Chorus (UPCC), also known as Korus, is an official performing group of the University of the Philippines Diliman. Since its inception in 1962, Korus has gained a reputation for her musicality, of perfecting versatility in bridging musical genres such as classical, folk, pop, and Broadway with their signature “Choreocapella” or choreographed a capella has dazzled many around the world. 

The UPCC is led by Professor Janet Sabas-Aracama, known as “Jai” to intimates, who serves as the Conductor and Artistic Director. Korus has been recognized with numerous awards locally and beyond.

When it comes to international singing contests, Filipinos do more than just stand out. The University of the Philippines Concert Chorus (UPCC) attests to that. Competing against 42 other chorales from 25 countries some years back, the UPCC emerged among the best. In 2018, Korus was named one of the “Most Outstanding Institutions” of Quezon City -Philippines.

UPCC has a rich legacy of impressive stage performances, lively choreography, dramatic expressions, captivating costumes and a distinct Filipino charm. The UPCC Concert Chorus continues to revolutionize choral performance not only in the Philippines but also globally.

The iconic UPCC is coming to town in June and will and leave a lasting impact on The Hague’s music scene.

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