21st batch of Tagum RTU workshop holds recital
Tagum City (6 May) -- The recital of the 21st batch of the REY T. UY (RTU) Musical Instrument Workshop magnifies once again the citation of Tagum City as the Music Capital of the region.
Members of batch 21 has rendered their recital last May 2, 2010 conclude the sixteen-day musical sessions for two months at Tagum City Cultural and Trade Center.
The latest musical training benefited 229 students with their corresponding instruments; seventy (70) for Acoustic Guitar; sixty-two (62) for Electric Organ; thirty (30) for Drum; eighteen (18) for Bass Guitar; thirteen (13) for Alto Saxophone; six (6) for Tenor Saxophone; fifteen (15) for Trumpet; three (3) for Clarinet; one (1) for Trombone and eleven (11) for Violin.
For the record, the City Government of Tagum has already produced a total of 3,429 musical instrument scholars.
The RTU Musical Instrument Workshop advocates the very rights of children to participate and develop their talents in music. One of the highlights during the night of the recital was the guests' appearance of the three bands namely: Kids Band, Pinkizta Band and Collage Band, all of the members of the said band were products of RTU musical workshop.
The recital event was attended by the author of the RTU Musical Instrument Workshop - Tagum City Mayor Rey T. Uy, together with some city councilors such as Oyo Uy, Nicandro Suaybaguio, Jr., Mylene Baura, Joedel Caasi and Barangay East Councilor Ian Neo. (Edwin and Francis of CIO TAGUM) [top]