Our Culture Resounds, Our Future Reveals: A Legacy of Filipino American Performing Arts in California / Eleanor Lipat-Chesler and Mary Talusan, editors; Maureen Russell, Project Lead Archivist
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A Legacy of Filipino American Performing Arts in California. Created by Ube Arte, a Southern California-based collective of professional musicians, dancers, and academics with a shared mission to advance Philippine cultural research and education among the Pilipinx American community. This project was supported by California Revealed and administered in California by the State Librarian. The program is made possible by funding from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act. This project was also funded by the UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology, with additional support provided by the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive. List of contributors and interviewees (in the order they appear in the book) Dr. Ricardo D. Trimillos; Eleanor Lipat-Chesler; Dr. Mary Talusan; Florante Peter Ibanez; Dr. Neal Matherne; Nico Delmundo; Dr. Bernard Ellorin; Parangal Dance Company; Jonathan Wandag; Dr. Christi-Anne Castro; Marlo Campos; Patrick Tanega; Will Simbol; Darleen Principe; Barbara Ele, Ave Jacinto, Joel Jacinto of Kayamanan Ng Lahi; Peter de Guzman; Michelle Camaya Julian; Guro Alvin Catacutan; Ron and Lydia Querian of House of Gongs; Caroline Cabading; Diane Valencia and Nicanor Evangelista of Ginto Seeds; J.A. Ruanto-Ramirez; Dr. Theodore S. Gonzalves; Giselle Töngi-Walters; Nilo Alcala; Anthony Angelo T. “Gelo” Francisco; Jasmine Orpilla; Dr. Roderick Labrador; Bambu DePistola.
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