See Donizetti’s opera “Don Pasquale” performed by talented voice majors from the University of the Philippines College of Music—and help send UP students to school!

Our NGO, Ex Libris Philippines, a nonstock, nonprofit, SEC-certified organization for book enthusiasts, is raising funds in order to help send UP students to school.

If you remember, last March 7, 2007, our NGO held a special screening of the movie “300” at the Powerplant Mall, and the funds from this movie screening sent two UP students (a junior in the College of Arts and Letters and a sophomore in the College of Engineering) to school.

As this year’s fundraising activity for our NGO’s Scholarship Project, we are holding an opera production of Don Pasquale, with a cast of UP College of Music voice majors and UP alumni. All the funds to be raised from ticket sales will go to the Ex Libris Philippines Scholarship Fund and help send UP students to school.




an opera production of

Donizetti’s“DON PASQUALE” 


Featuring a cast and crew of UP College of Music Voice Majors and UP Alumni

For the benefit of the Ex Libris Philippines Scholarship Project.

6 p.m. 04 April 2008. Engineering Theater, Melchor Hall, University of the Philippines

Tickets at Php 350.00 each.

For ticket reservations please contact me at or (0915)841-6398.


For the price of 2 venti drinks at Starbucks, watch a great opera performed LIVE by fantastic performers AND help change lives! Please buy tickets and help us in our cause. With your help, we can send UP students to school. =)

Categories: Bookworm Judie, Citizen Judie

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