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Samahan Philippine Rondalla Ensemble

Musical components of Samahan were formed in 1980 by Bayani Mendoza de Leon, well-known Filipino ethnomusicologist and composer. Under his expert tutelage, Samahan's Rondalla music ensemble was formed. A grant from Parker Foundation enabled Samahan to obtain musical instruments from the Philippines. Mendoza de Leon's students, Dr. Juanita Caccam, Sheryl Aguilar Rodriguez, and Dr. Carmen Galang, who have continued to play with the ensemble, are the foundation of the current group. Today the ensemble benefits from the leadership of music director Frederick Embalsado and coordinator Dr. Caccam.

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