Ryan Cayabyab Singers concert set tonight
(The Philippine Star) - July 7, 2012 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - The Ryan Cayabyab Singers (photo) is celebrating its fifth year in the music business with this season’s must-see concert, RCS 7, tonight at 7:30 at the Music Museum, written and directed by Rito Asilo. Mr. C’s   vocal septet is made up of Anezka Alvarez, Kaich Tiuseco, Poppert Bernadas, Celine Fabie, Erwin Lacsa, VJ Caber and Vince Lim, who follow in the footsteps of other acclaimed vocal groups nurtured by the country’s favorite Music Man, including Smokey Mountain, Kaya and 14K.

Great music will live on forever, but Cayabyab, who is the concert’s musical director, sees the need to continue honing young people’s performing gifts to suit the industry’s constantly evolving musical tastes. He explains, “My passion for training new talents comes from my belief that the next generation should be better than the ones who precede them. Train them and teach them everything you know, because that will benefit the country.”

Jolina Magdangal, a graduate of 14K, will join RCS in a special production number. If you love great music and show-stopping performances, you don’t want to miss RCS 7, which will have the group singing Cayabyab’s enduring ballads like Tunay Na Ligaya, Magbalik Ka Na Mahal and Paraiso, as well as fully-choreographed versions of Nais Ko and Hibang Sa Awit.

Also something to look forward to are RCS production numbers, like Katy Medley, Hard Work, the unique, tap-inspired mashup of Mamang Kutsero and Maroon 5’s Moves Like Jagger, and other special numbers choreographed by Dexter Santos and Bim Ebol.

For details, call 0917 8743499, 721-6726 or 668-5559. Tickets are priced at P1,000, P800 and P500.

ANEZKA ALVAREZ CABER AND VINCE LIM CAYABYAB CELINE FABIE DEXTER SANTOS AND BIM EBOL ERWIN LACSA HARD WORK JOLINA MAGDANGAL KAICH TIUSECO KATY MEDLEY
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