From Kurit Lagting

Tugtugan poster. Image via Kurit Lagting.

Tugtugan poster. Image via Kurit Lagting.

SORSOGON CITY- Almost one month after supertyphoon Yolanda hit the Philippines, survivors are just starting to rebuild their lives. Help came and are still coming. But it will take time before they can get back on their feet especially the children. They still need help.

Sorsogon Provincial Gymnasium at the Sorsogon Provincial Compound along Rizal Street.

The Musikerong Sorsoganon, a collective group of musicians from Sorsogon founded in August 2011 by local musician Ram Lanuza, is raising funds for these survivors through a benefit concert called “Tugtugan para sa mga Biktima ni Yolanda”. This will be held in Sorsogon Provincial Gymnasium on December 13, 2013 at 6:00 PM.

Benefit Concert

Benefit Concert for Typhoon Yolanda victims. Image via Kurit Lagting.

Both as a fundraising and cultural event, booths for souvenir T-shirts, donations, and tattoo/ inking will open before the concert starts. This concert-for-a-cause is in partnership with S.T.A.T.E. (Sorsogon Tattoo Artists and Tattoo Enthusiasts), a group of artists with passion for tattoo as a cultural practice and medium for self-expression, and KURIT-LAGTING (the newest accredited member of Sorsogon Arts Council) co-founded by local artist Geri Matthew Carretero, is a multi-disciplinary art group advocating a collective artistic collaboration of individuals through art practice. Together we can make a difference in the lives of Yolanda victims.

See you all there.

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For More Info:

Jap Ariola (09305814951)
Musikerong Sorsoganon

Geri Matthew Carretero(09158779491)
Art, Director Kurit-Lagting

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