The Filipino music scene was at an #OPMHigh as the Organisasyon ng mga Pilipinong Mang-aawit (OPM) recently staged Sagana: Isang Himig, Iba’t-ibang Tinig in Estancia at Capitol Commons.
Featuring the hippest acts today, Sagana showcased 13 bands, a solo performer, and a theater group to promote the talent and passion of Filipino artists and audiences.
In celebration of Linggo ng Musikang Pilipino, the event brought together the most loved OPM artists and this year, Sagana placed the indie community at the forefront to bring their hip sounds to a wider crowd.
Performers included Paranoid City, BennyBunnyBand, Brisom, Jensen and The Flips, There’s ERA, Ramiru Mataro, Oswald Sleeps Tonight, Keiko Necesario, Ian Penn, Kaleidoscope Eyes PH, Banna Harbera, Fools and Foes, Aikee, and Ben and Ben with Cooky Chua.
Popular band Itchyworms added flair to the affair while the cast of the acclaimed Pinoy musical Rak of Aegis also made an appearance and belted out Aegis favorites to the delight of the audience.
Estancia at Capitol Commons, Ortigas & Co.’s newest retail destination, is proud to be a partner of the OPM music community for the event. “We are glad to be part of this event that brought together some of the best independent acts in the local scene today. The indie scene is an excellent source of pop music for listeners, in the same way that Estancia is the lifestyle destination for people who are on the lookout for fresh and unique retail and food finds,” says Ortigas & Co. Shopping Centers Division Vice President and General Manager, Renee Bacani.
Sagana: Isang Himig, Iba’t-ibang Tinig was made possible by OPM, Philippine Educational Theater Association, Ortigas & Co., Estancia at Capitol Commons, Quezon City Local Government, The National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Filipino Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Inc., PhilPOP Foundation, and Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation.
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