The latest batch of Promil Four i-Shine took the stage and wowed the audience with their amazing creations and inspiring performances during the Celebrate the Gift Recital at SMX Aura.
Parents, relatives, mentors, and other kids filled the venue with cheers and applause as they witnessed over 270 future artists, dancers, musicians, ballerinas, and actors conquer the stage. Seasoned actress Dimples Romana, who has been hosting Promil Four’s i-Shine ever since its beginning in 2009, once again hosted the recital.
The program started with members of the Art Camp, under the mentorship of Teacher Robert Alejandro of Papemelroti and Teacher Kara of Masterpiece Movement, showcasing a lovely mural and tunnel that they worked on during their workshop, a reflection of imagination through creative exploration and self-expression.
Participants of the Dance Camp, mentored by G-Force choreographers and guided by Teacher Georcelle Dapat-Sy, brought the house down with well-choreographed beginner and intermediate hip-hop moves that showcased the value of teamwork and how they can work together while also expressing individuality in their performance.
Meanwhile, the little ballerinas melted the audience’s hearts with their smooth and delicate movements. Personally taught and led by prima ballerina Lisa Macuja-Elizalde of Ballet Manila, the little ballerinas demonstrated the value of discipline that they surely took with them beyond the workshop.
The Theatre Camp i-Shiners showed off their confident, gregarious, and versatile selves as they performed the popular fable “The Boy Who Cried Wolf,” directed by coaches from Trumpets Playshop. And members of the Music Camp showcased their gift through a lively performance of voices and instruments in perfect harmony, guided by National Artist Maestro Ryan Cayabyab.
Promil Four’s i-Shine 7 camps ran from April to May. This year’s camp locations expanded beyond Metro Manila with the addition of Batangas, Cebu, and Davao.
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