PAMANA ng LuzViMinda
Philippine Folkloric Dance Company
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • Pamana at Parc Jean-Drapeau for Weekend du Monde 2014

  • Tinikling performed in Ourense, Spain

    TINIKLING
    Originally from the province of Leyte, this dance is considered by many to be the most recognizable folk dance of the Philippines. Based off the movements of the long-legged tikling bird avoiding bamboo traps in rice fields, dancers dance through bamboo poles that open and close to an accelerating rhythm. This is one of PAMANA’s signature dances, fusing a few modern elements with traditional movements.

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  • Karatong performed in Ourense, Spain

    With some technical difficulties, the show still must go on!

    KARATONG
    This dance is named after the bamboo instrument worn by the male dancers around their waist. The karatong is
    struck to a fast rhythm, in the hopes of attracting good luck and driving away evil spirits. The female dancers dance with sticks that are representative of bunga mangga, or mango trees.

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  • Team PAMANA!

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  • Full size poster! I can’t wait to pick this up tomorrow!!! @pamanacanada #production2013

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  • Legit. @ling_dlp and I have the best seats in the house. @pamanacanada

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  • Backstage pass! PAMANA dancers rippin’ up the stage. @pamanacanada #weareawesome

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