In celebrations of its’ 13th anniversary, Marino World partners with the Ephesus Teatron Group to bring you Timeless — a repertoire of unforgettable songs of love, of praise.
Come aboard the carpet on Monday, November 5th, at the Palacio de Maynila, 1809 M. H. Del Pilar Street, Malate, Manila. Dinner will be served at 6pm, show starts an hour after.
The event brings together shipowners and managers, government officials and diplomats, executives from the academe, maritime training and manning, domestic and international maritime stakeholders (like registries, classification societies, insurance, ports, logistics, unions, seafarer organizations).
This 13th production of Timeless is a fusion of cultures, a coalition of taste from Italian and Neapolitan love songs — the gumption of arias, the coyness of kundiman. And the soaring of the spirit with oratorio, sacred songs of praise. Not just performed but interpreted with the heart and finesse of our major talents: Sweet Samaniego Buchanan, Steven Hotchkiss, Margarita Roco, Red Nuestro and Terence Guillermo.
Sweet is a coloratura soprano from the UST Conservatory, gathered top spot at the Kundiman Ng Lahi, lead vocalist of the UST Symphony, Philharmonic Orchestra, AFP Band. She had musical roles at Repertory Phil, Tribung Pinoy, UST Liturgicon Choral, performed in Venetian Macau-Hongkong, England, China, New York, Singapore and Germany.
Margarita is a lyric soprano, magna cum laude at UP College of Music, taught voice and performed opera, operetta and music theatre roles around the country. She is a regular soloist for operas of the UP Presidential Commission on Culture and the Arts.
Steven is a theater actor, mainstay at Repertory Phil, Ephesus Teatron, CCP and Team Dance. He is also with the Madeleine Cookie Company and Magallanes Ensemble Committed to Christ, dancer/singer with the Phil Barangay Folk Dance Troupe, a character singer for Madison Events, a cum laude on Economics- UP-Diliman, vocalist for MUSES and TRIBU.
Red is a veteran actor, two decades with top luminaries like Lea Salonga, Monique Wilson, Audie Gemora, Junix Inocian and had worked at the CCP, Ephesus, Atlantis, Resorts World-Manila with roles in Germany, China and overseas audience.
Terence took Theater Arts-UP, over three decades performing and directing about 300 productions. In 2016, Terence went into voice acting (dubbing) for Filipino-translated foreign cartoons and films, recently the singing voice of Moses in Dreamworks’ The Prince of Egypt.
On the piano are Daphne Cabaguio Jacson and Kim Sarmiento.
For tickets and sponsorships, inquire from email@example.com. Or call (02) 521-3666 or 0906-4912777.