[PHOTOS] PETA x PhilPop Taga-Alog songwriting bootcamp coaches, fellows, partners, songs, winners

Trina Belamide, Noel Cabangon, Jungee Marcelo

Trina Belamide, Noel Cabangon, Jungee Marcelo

  • Event: PETA x PhilPop Taga-Alog’s 2-Day Mini Bootcamp
  • Venue: Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) Theater, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
  • Dates: September 9-10, 2019


The Fellows

  1. Anna Aquino
  2. Paul Arcega
  3. Dan Belen
  4. Ava Canaceli
  5. Jamieson Casacop
  6. Daniel de Leon
  7. Gaerard de Leon
  8. Gerard Dy
  9. Lloyd Elidio
  10. Erica Fadriquela
  11. Chester Francisco
  12. Rica Francisco
  13. Kier Franco
  14. Lance Galapon
  15. Renzo Grijaldo
  16. Donna Gutierrez
  17. Joel Jabelosa
  18. Gio Levy
  19. Chester Lopez
  20. Daniel Manalang
  21. John Mandapat
  22. Shereen Nepomuceno
  23. Suzanne Samson
  24. Daniel Santos
  25. Denice Lao
  26. Randy Pusing
  27. Mario Tagle
  28. Marion Talavera
  29. Harvey Tobias
  30. Raven Vega

Day 1

Day 2

The Project Director

Raul Alfonso

The Coaches


  • Noel Cabangon


  • Jungee Marcelo


  • Trina Belamide


The Partners

  1. PETA
  2. National Commission for Culture and the Arts of the Philippines (NCCA)
  3. Organisasyon ng mga Pilipinong Mang-Aawit (OPM)
  4. Manila Electric Company (MERALCO)
  5. Maynilad
  6. National Quincentennial Commemorations
  7. Smart
  8. Max’s Restaurant
  9. inside manila
  10. bandwagon
  11. the Philippine Inquirer

The Advocacy Speakers

  • Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC) public information advocacy tourism division head George dela Rama


  • Kathleen “Orange” Dorico of Maynilad


  • Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)- Environmental Management Bureau (EMB)- National Capital Region (NCR)- Environmental Education and Information Unit (EEIU) chief Sally Aguinaldo 


The Winners


Top 5 finalist: “Patuloy” by Paul Arcega


Top 5 finalist: ““Ilog Pasig, Mabuhay Ka!” by Daniel Santos


3rd Place: “Kayang-kaya” by Randy Pusing


2nd Place: “Bangon, Ilog”by Gerard de Leon and Rica Francisco


1st Place: “Ilog Pasig Laban” by Suzanne Samson

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