Performers

Stephanie Reese

Stephanie Reese is originally from Seattle, Washington and is an accomplished singer and actress. She starred as Miss Saigon in Germany, played Esmeralda in Disney's World premiere of "The hunchback of Notre dame" in Berlin, Germany and she also played the Princess Tuptim in "The King and I" in London at the west end's palladium theater. Recently, she wrote, directed and starred in her autobiographical one woman show "The Journey" and a Christmas musical, "The Gifts". Most recent, she was on the cover of Filipinas Magazine and is rated in the Top Ten of Most Popular Performing Artists in the Philippines.


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Angelo Pizarro

Guitar virtuoso and composer, Angelo writes and performs improvisational acoustic and electric guitar music, mixing the traditional sounds of his Filipino heritage with the electrified funk and rock of his youth. In the past several years, he has focused on the acoustic sound of the Spanish guitar, blending it into the mix and creating a beautiful eclectic style. His self-produced debut CD, "Serendipity" features original compositions which balance technique, creativity and instinctive clarity. The music communicates with sincerity the passions that stir in his soul. For more information about Angelo check out his website at www.angelopizarro.com. All music on this CD is composed, produced, arranged, engineered, mixed and mastered by Angelo.


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Boogie Bots

Upon meeting three years ago through a youth outreach organization in Washington D.C., The Boogie Bots formed as a way to continue advancing each member's special skills. The founding members - Bryan, Miguel and Mike - wanted to bring something different to the area's dance community. As a way to bring their community together, The Boogie Bots represent different styles, backgrounds, and concepts that dance as one.










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http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=A55F054CBC978E7D&search_query=boogie+bots+crew




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CREWcial

Comprised of individuals who had been seeking a means to express themselves through the art of dance, "CREWcial CRU" was developed in January 2009. With its dance members hailing from all across the Commonwealth of Virginia, CREWcial's distinct style infuses various forms of hip-hop dance into one unified group. Although still in its infancy, the crew is striving to provide a positive outlet for those in Virginia who also share in the same passion and love for the foundation that has brought the group together --- dance. Ultimately, CREWcial hopes to provide for their local communities; while also, sharing in the same success and camaraderie of the many other dance crews that they look up to and that have come before them.




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http://www.youtube.com/user/CrewcialVA

http://www.facebook.com/pages/CREWCIAL/97979012779?ref=ts

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=82583640901&ref=ts




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Jessica Millete

The daughter of Jules and Janine Millete, 21 yr old Jessica enjoys the simple things in life. A soon to be senior at Virginia Commonwealth University, she is studying graphic design + music. Her main goal in life is to just be happy.










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www.youtube.com/jessicarm

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Lil Desi-Pinay

Lil Desi-Pinay is a Pinay R& B and rap artist and a former member of Radio Disney 1650. Trained on various types of dancing, Lil Desi has traveled and opened up for big names in the entertainment industry. Entertainer Extraodinaire.For more info go to www.lildesi.com,










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Young Filipino American Modern Dancers

YFAMD-The Young Filipino American Modern Dancers of Virginia have been around since 2005.An established competing crew who has a background in the filipino cultural roots.They have traveled around the nation and have opened up for a number of celebrities.They provide a Kuya and Ate outlet for those who are willing to learn the art of Hip-Hop and its culture.They also are ambassaders for the filipino community and dedicate and devote time to their aunties and uncles. For more info go to www.yfamd.com.





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Strictly4Play

Ladies watch out. The men of Young Filipino American Modern Dancers will woo audiences with their sleek and cutting-edge style of choregraphy. For more information please go to http://www.myspace.com/strictly4playgents










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AMP43

AMP43 are vocalists and guitarists. They are a close-knit of good friends and siblings who harmonize and create a mix of cultural and pop music. For more information go to:www.youtube.com/weareamp43










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The Pampango Youth Club

PYC-The Pampango Youth Club an organization of Filipino Youth ranging from 4 years old to college level.They are community based and have performed all over the Hampton Roads area.PYC also has a Ronadalla with 30 plus members. They donate thier time and efforts to many causes. Such as the Special Olympics where they volunteer and interract with the particpants. Not only do they dabble in playing with musical instruments, there are may talented singers and dancers in this group.Please contact Babes Claudio for more information: ecclaudio@yahoo.com







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http://infomaxcentral.net/pyc/index.html




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Lil Dark Mark

Mark Salcedo and I started making parody music about 2 years ago as a joke. I love to perform and make people laugh. This mere joke has become a passion of mine and a huge part of my life. At the begining of 2009, I began making original music. Within just 3 months I've had my songs played in over 10 nightclubs in my area and 2 nightclubs in Korea. Since March of 2009, I've consistently kept a spot in the top 5 for Myspace Music's Top Artists in Virginia under the comedy category







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Nahleen Salvador

Nahleen was born and raised in Seattle, WA. She joined the International Martial Arts and Boxing Academy (IMB) at the age of 17 to study Escrima and Jeet Kun Do and has performed several martial arts demonstrations at various festivals in Seattle. Nahleen began her dance and theater studies at SCCC before relocating to NYC. There she attended Hunter College where she received a BA in dance and a minor in theater. She has danced in some of New York's top venues such as New York City Center and the Joyce Theater and performed the works of Twyla Tharp and Charles Moulton. Nahleen is a personal trainer and currently resides in Manhattan






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Catalina Salvador

Catalina is a licensed esthetician and freelance artist. She has donated works for the Filipino youth activities, Seattle art projects and breast cancer research auctions. She has been awarded "Diversity Makes a Difference" by The Seattle Asian Weekly. Catalina was a part of "Teen Teach", a mentoring program in the Central area of Seattle to help at- risk youth, she participatied in youth forums at the University of Washington called "Teens Against Racism and Violence." She was a member of "Tahiti Nui" Polynesian dance troup, and still actively helps train young students when needed. Catalina had a minor role in the touring production of Timoteo Cordova's musical "Heart of The Son." Catalina has trained in the martial arts since 1997, and has been to L.A. Calif. to participate in a martial arts seminar with Guru Pedro Israel.






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Annaliz Salvador

Annaliz has been a part of The Coyote Junior Youth program in Seattle creating cultural art displays around the community. As a three-year varsity volleyball starter, she maintains high grades as a senior at Franklin High School. Her ability to be a great athlete and academic intellectual has attained her place as a member in the National Society of High School Scholars. She has participated in numerous seminars with IMB founder Grand Master Sifu Richard Bustillo. Annaliz plans on earning her degree in anthropology while continuing her passion for eskrima - in the hopes of opening her own training academy.






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