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Harnessing stars’ potential: Star Magic Workshops opens language class, Artist Registry to highlight Summer 2019

On top of the established and reliable acting, voice and dance workshops, Star Magic’s premier training group led by director-scriptwriter and Star Magic Workshop head Rahyan Carlos is spearheading a new class for those who are willing to make the most out of their summer or to explore new facets of themselves.

Harnessing stars’ potential: Star Magic Workshops opens language class, Artist Registry  to highlight Summer 2019
Star Magic Workshop head Rahyan Carlos (center, back row) with workshop trainers and instructors.
The Star Magic Workshops is adding a Conversational Tagalog Class for Non-Tagalog Speakers class on the curriculum. This specific class, which will be taught by Weena Sadorra, aims to improve the students’ Tagalog proficiency. After years of being limited to Star Magic artists alone, the said class will now be available to public workshoppers starting this summer.

In order to make the intensive training a lot more exciting and conducive for learning, the Star Magic Workshops is also debuting its newly-renovated training halls for the summer workshop participants. 

In line with its consistent pioneering of innovations in talent management and development, Star Magic Workshops is also launching the Artist Registry in collaboration with ABS-CBN Production teams very soon. 

Star Magic Workshoppers, who has shown notable aptitude and impeccable discipline and passion, would have the chance to be selected by Carlos and Johnny Manahan for the soon-to-launch platform aimed at providing acting opportunities within ABS-CBN shows.

“We want to reintroduce to the public that we are number 1 in the Philippines in terms of training for the performance arts such as acting, voice and dance,” said Carlos during a recent press conference. “In fact we have recorded a total of 1,400 enrollees last year alone.”

Carlos is the only certified Chubbuck Technique teacher behind the molding of some of the most sought after and award-winning actors of today such as Julia Barretto, Jake Cuenca, Anna Luna, EJ Falcon, Alora Sasam, Jessy Mendiola, Christian Bables, Arjo Atayde, Paulo Avelino, and Joshua Garcia, among others.

More than the new elements in the Star Magic Summer 2019 Workshops, the same exclusive, focused and international-grade lessons through the help of the award-winning and seasoned teachers remain as its core.

Compared to other trainings, Star Magic Workshops’ are not only comprehensive they are also exclusive to only a limited number of participants, thereby allowing the teachers to focus in each students’ progress. 

The adult acting classes are still handled by Carla Martinez and Rubi Rubi along with Lynette Conception, Heart de Guzman and Air Paz Pablico, while the kids’ acting classes are still handled by Edna Mae Landicho and HB Benitez

The dance classes are divided into three different genres namely jazz funk, hiphop and urban led by Nesh Janiola of Hotlegs, Brion Lim of Maneuvers Ignite and Geejay Romano, respectively. Meanwhile, the voice classes are still going to be led by Philippine Madrigal Singer alums Luningning San Jose, Julie Anne Reyes, and Roland Roldan.

Those who aspire to be trained by professional and practicing teachers in acting, dance, voice and language are all welcome to join the workshops. Enrollment will be on a first come, first serve basis. Registration starts on March 16 and 17. For inquiries and enlistment, please call ABS-CBN Star Magic at 415-2272 local 5142, 5243 and 5244 or Star Magic Workshops’ Facebook page or email them at [email protected]

You may also visit the Star Magic Hub at starmagic.abs-cbn.com and our official Instagram and Facebook page @starmagicphils for more updates.

Topics: Rahyan Carlos , Star Magic Workshops , Weena Sadorra , Carla Martinez , Conversational Tagalog Class , ABS-CBN Production
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