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Maigue Music Studios holding music clinics, workshops



GALAN, Lara, Franco, Danya, Nanette and Rayben Maigue

Maigue Music Studios is holding one-on-one classes on voice, piano, guitar, violin, electric guitar, ukulele and trumpet.

It also holds group classes on music theory, hip-hop (for kids, teens and adults), aerobic dance and art (for kids, teens and adults). Even toddlers can enjoy their own music class.

The Maigue family is composed of: Composer, arranger and professor Rayben Maigue, who is also UP College of Music Winds and Percussion Department chair and UP Jazz Ensemble conductor-musical director; Soprano Nanette Moscardon-Maigue, best known for her roles in the country’s foremost musical productions, such as “Kismet,” “West Side Story,” “Pilipinas Circa 1907” and “La Boheme”;

Guitarist Franco Maigue, 2009 National Music Competition for Young Artists First Prize winner, 2012 Philippine International Guitar Festival and Competition First Prize winner, and 2012 Thailand International Guitar Festival and Competition Third Prize winner;

Danya Maigue, member of UP Streetdance Club, and bronze medalist at the 2012 World Hip-Hop International Competition in Las Vegas;

Lara Maigue, member of the pop-opera group Opera Belles (winner of the 2011 Aliw Award for Best New Female Group and Golden Choice Awards for Best Official Soundtrack from their self-titled album under Sony Music Entertainment);

Galan Maigue, the youngest in the family, is currently in high school and plays the piano and clarinet.

MMS’ one-on-one class packages (voice, piano, guitar, violin, electric guitar, ukulele and trumpet) are priced at P6,000 for 12 sessions; P5,000, eight sessions; P4,000, six sessions; P3,000, four sessions. For Music Theory class, P7,500, 14 sessions; Toddlers Music Class, P6,000, 12 sessions; dance classes (hip-hop for kids, hip-hop for Teens and Adults, aero-dance), P4,000, 12 sessions; art classes: P5,800, 10 sessions.

Maigue Music Studios is at 15 Dr. Lazcano St., Brgy. Paligsahan, QC; tel. 3723363, 0917-3606550, or 0917-6215657. Like Maigue Music Studios on Facebook.


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