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Member Highlight: ANA BUROG

  • How long have you been a member of PCS-LA? Since the beginning. January 2004.
  • When you're not singing with PCS, what are you doing? Trying to get rich doing Burog's Barong, handle business here and remotely monitor the biz in Manila and acting as slave at my accounting job at City Constructors.
  • Why is performing at Carnegie Hall important to you? It would be an honor to perform at this very prestigious and historical venue. I remember we (PCS-LA) actually have dreamt of one day performing at the carnegie hall after we did the opening show at the ACDA convention in Florida back in 2007.
  • Where did you love for music come from/start? I have always been a part of a choir even during my elementary days.. back when I was 10yrs old. I was in the elementary glee club, high school glee club, university choir and it continued even when I relocated in the US. I like performing for the audience and making hamony and great music.
  • What significant impact do you think PCS-LA has on the Filipino community...if any? [PCS-LA] promotes our rich Filipino culture, uplifts the chuva chenes of the filipino community through our music.
  • What projects/achievements would you like to see PCS-LA tackle in the future? Travel to europe.

Member Highlight: Lorien Dador

  • How long have you been a member of PCS-LA? I've spent 3 prolific years as a member of PCS-LA.
  • Are you working? In school? Both? Explain. [I'm] currently employed as a Laboratory Assistant at Kaiser Permanente Medical group; Undergraduate of B.S. Chemical engineering from Mapua, Philippines and will be taking up courses to attain a degree on Chemistry.
  • Why is performing at Carnegie Hall important to you? It would be an honor and blessing to perform at such a historical vanue-Carnegie Hall; especially for someone like me who has such great passion for singing. It would be an experience i'd endlessly treasure.
  • Where did your love for music come from? I'm one of those people who learned how to sing before learning how to write. I started singing professionally as part of a church choir and later improved more in joining a university Choral group-The Mapua concert Singers. I believe my love for music came from the one who gave me the gift- God.

Member Highlight: JAX VILLANUEVA

  • How long have you been a member of PCS-LA? I am a new member of PCS-LA and have participated since Fall of 2012.
  • Are you working? In school? Both? Explain. I am currently teaching at Our Lady of Peace School as the 6th-8th grade Math and Science teacher.
  • Why is performing at Carnegie Hall important to you? Carnegie Hall is such a legendary venue and to be able to step foot where many respected and historical artists have been is such an honor. I am even more excited to be a part of those representing the Filipino/Filipino-American artist.
  • Where did your love for music come from/start? I didn't actually start out in choirs and chamber groups. My love for music started singing along with the radio and karaoke with my family. I did a few talent shows as a kid (middle school) but never really had the courage to pursue it on my own. I find strength and new challenges singing as part of a group and started choir later on in high school then college.
  • So far, what experience while with PCS-LA, touched you or will be something you'll never forget? I will never forget the recent Sandy Hook benefit concert we took part in. It was my first experience joining with other choirs for a good cause. It really felt like a collection of God's gifts to so many people coming together to help others in need and in mourning.
  • What significant impact do you think PCS-LA has on the Filipino community...if any? I believe that PCS-LA impacts the lives of its members and the Filipino community by returning them to traditional languages and music reminding them of its cultural roots. At the same time, it is part of Los Angeles and it represents the Filipino spirit to those who may not otherwise be exposed here in California.
  • How have family and friends reacted to your involvement with PCS-LA? My family and friends can't believe I'm going to New York's Carnegie Hall to perform! They are also very excited I have found an outlet for my interest in music and song.

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