Sining Kambayoka Ensemble [SKE]
February 12, 2002, Tuesday
Student Union, Upper Level
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM





Under the direction of award-winning theater director Sunnie Clemen Noel, the fourteen-member ensemble will perform traditional music and dance of the diverse tribal groups indigenous to Southern Philippines, and the story telling theater piece Kwentong Maranao.  Combining the melismatic and poetic forms of bayok and darangen, traditional kulintang music and dance, Kwento Maranao tells of the adventures of the mischievous folk hero Pilandok and his flying banig (mat), the monstrous witch Busaw and the beautiful Potre.  With traditional okir set-design and the ingenious use of richly colored tribal fabric, traditional dances of the Subanun, Tiboli, Tiruray, Maguindanaon, Maranao, and Tausug people will be performed.
 
 

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