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2 Sillimanians qualify
for nat’l music camp

Two alumni of the Silliman University College of Mass Communication qualified for the 3rd Elements National Singing and Songwriting Camp November 18 to 22 in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, a press release from the school said.

Primy Joy Cane (Class 2009) and Earnest Hope Tinambacan (2005) were among the 60 singing and songwriting applicants, who passed the online and live auditions handled by a group of music artists, led by composer Ryan Cayabyab.

Participants will undertake various modules to enhance their familiarity with the Filipino music industry, sharpen their talents and skills, and expose them to the basic operations and the business side of the industry, the press release also said.

Trainers, speakers and facilitators are Joey Ayala, Noel Cabangon, Jim Paredes, Gabby Alipe of Urbandub, Ebe Dancel, Gloc-9, Jungee Marcel, Mike Villegas, Rey Valera, Raimund Marasigan, Gary Granada, Aia de Leon, Jay Durias, Christina Luna, Debbie Gaite, Clarissa Ocampo, Audie Gemora and Gary Valenciano.

Capping the camp is a music concert featuring the participants with their trainers at the SU Claire Isabel McGill Luce Auditorium. Since 2010, the school has been a major partner of the activity, that is presented by 7101 Music Nation, headed by Julio Sy Jr., of Dumaguete City, the press release added.*

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