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Dr. Francisco F. Feliciano

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President

Email: k***@***.org
Local Address: Manila, Philippines
Samba-Likhaan
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Samba-Likhaan

Education

  • Master , Music Composition
    University of the Philippines
  • Doctorate , Musical Arts , Composition
  • diplomas , Composition and Church Music
    University of the Philippines
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Web References
FRANCISCO F. FELICIANO ...
www.sambalikhaan.org, 1 Oct 2014 [cached]
FRANCISCO F. FELICIANO President , Founder Doctor of Musical Arts (Composition) Yale University, 1984 Master of Musical Arts (with Distinction) Yale University, 1979 Special Studies in Church Music Berliner Kirchenmusikschule, Berlin, Germany, 1973-1977 Diploma in Music Composition Hochschule der Kunste,Berlin, Germany, 1977 Master of Music Composition University of the Philippines, 1972
Stories From the Philippines
resources.sacredartofliving.org, 21 April 2011 [cached]
Our host was Dr. Francisco Feliciano, a talented man who is something of a national treasure in the Philippines. A world famous musical composer, Francisco is a respected conductor who has been invited to conduct symphony orchestras all over the world. One of Asia's leading figures in liturgical music, Francisco also has a passion for connecting the arts, culture and healing.
We were warmly welcomed at the Asian Center for Liturgy and Music called Samba-Likhaan, founded by Dr. Feliciano in Quezon City, the capital of the Phillipines. On the grounds of what was once a toxic waste dump, his vision has created a remarkable retreat center that is both functional and beautiful.
Sambalikhaan Foundation
www.sambalikhaan.org, 11 Dec 2011 [cached]
Its founder and president, Francisco F. Feliciano, is a composer and educator recognized all over the world for his continuing effort to make the arts relevants to the people's worship life.
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Dr. Francisco F. Feliciano FRANCISCO F. FELICIANO is regarded as one of Asia's leading contemporary composers and a respected name in orchestra conducting. He is undoubtedly one of the Philippines' most important composers, having created a large body of work that includes operas (La Loba Negra, Ashen Wings, Sikhay sa Kabila ng Paalam, Jose Abad Santos), ballet (Yerma), large work for orchestra and chorus (Transfiguration, Missa Mysterium), and chamber pieces (Voices and Images, Perpetuum Immobile, Kochi, Salimbayan). His intricately woven choral works (Pamugun, Pokpok Alimpako) have earned prizes for leading Philippine choirs in international choral competitions and have become a favorite among choirs around the world. Earthsongs has published his Pokpok Alimpako, while the Santa Barbara Publishing House has Pamugun in its catalogue of choral music. Orchestras and chamber ensembles in New York, Chicago, Auckland, Moscow, Beijing, Taipei, Singapore, Seoul, Tokyo, and Manila have performed works of Feliciano.
Feliciano's music education from the University of the Philippines led him to advanced degrees (MMA and DMA in Composition) from the Yale University School of Music and diplomas from the Berlin schools Hochschule der Kunste and the Berliner Kirchenmusikschule in Composition and Church Music, respectively. International conductors Arthur Weisberg and Martin Behrmann were his conducting mentors, while he studied composition with Isang Yun, Jacob Druckman, Heinz Werner Zimmermann, and Krystof Penderecki.
As one of Asia's leading figures in church music, Feliciano has composed hundreds of liturgical pieces, mass settings, hymns, and other songs for worship, He continues to write new works as he supervises the publication of a new collection of Asian songs containing works of Asian composers at the Asian Institute for Liturgy and Music (AILM), a school for church music he founded in 1980. Feliciano's works are published worldwide in hymnals and worship books of churches, a recognition of the universality of his works. He is an active clinician, having conducted workshops on creative music writing in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Hongkong, Australia, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Germany.
Feliciano has conducted the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Moscow State Symphony, the Taipe City Symphony Orchestra, Nihon Shinsei Orchestra, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, as well as orchestras in Singapore and Malaysia. For a time he was the resident conductor of the Philippine Philhamornic Orchestra.
Dr. Feliciano is President of the Samba-Likhaan: The Asian School of Music, Worship and the Arts, an organization devoted to the promotion of music and arts and putting these in the context of worship. He is currently visiting professor at the Korea National University of Arts in Seoul, Korea.
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From his school in Berlin, several Filipinos have studied under his direct tutelage, including Dr. Francisco Feliciano, Eudenice Palaruan, and myself. He has been absent from our local scene for far too long, and we are only too glad to bring him back.
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Dr. Francisco F. Feliciano President
Dr. Francisco F. Feliciano ...
www.sambalikhaan.org, 5 May 2007 [cached]
Dr. Francisco F. Feliciano I) Dr. Francisco F. Feliciano, one of the Philippines' most important composers today, obtained his rnusic education from the University of the Philippines (Master in Music Composition); the Hochschule der Kuenste in Berlin, Germany for his diploma in Music Composition; and at the Yale University School of Music for his Master of Musical Arts and Doctorate in Musical Arts, Composition. He studied with international conductors Arthur Weisberg and Martin Behrmann, and with composers Jacob Druckman, IsangYun, H.W. Zimmerman and Krystof Penderecki. Dr. Feliciano has created more than 30 major works that include operas and music dramas - La Loba Negra, Ashen Wings, Sikhay Sa Kabila ng Paalam (Beyond the Farewell), and the life of wartime Filipino hero, Jose Abad Santos.
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In 1977, Dr. Feliciano was given a John D. Rockefeller III Award in Music Composition. One of Asia's leading figures in liturgical music, Dr. Feliciano has composed hundreds of liturgical pieces, mass settings, hymns, and other songs for worship. He continues to write new songs as he supervises the publication of a new Asian hymnal containing mostly works of Asian composers at the Asian lnstitute for Liturgy and Music, a school for church musicians he founded 30 years ago. Dr. Feliciano`s works are published worldwide in hymnals and worship books of various churches, a recognition of the universality of his works. He is an active clinician, having conducted workshops on creative music writing in lndonesia, Malaysia, Singapore ,Taiwan, Hongkong, Australia, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Germany. Respected as a conductor, Dr. Feliciano has been invited to conduct the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Moscow State Symphony, as well as orchestras in Singapore, Malaysia,New Zealand, Taiwan, and Japan. For many years he was conductor of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra the national state orchestra. Dr. Feliciano is President of the Samba-Likhaan Foundation: The Asian School of Music, Worship and the Arts, an organization devoted to the promotion of Asian music and arts, and putting these in the context of worship.
It has made four recordings: "Bungkos, ...
www.sambalikhaan.org, 5 May 2007 [cached]
It has made four recordings: "Bungkos, a collection of new choral works by AILM composers; "Ayyuwan Chi Pita, songs from the music drama of the same title featuring the music of a Northern Philippine ethnic group, the Kalingas; "Images of Asia in Folk Songs, folk songs from the Philippines, Indonesia, Japan, Taiwan; "Missa Mysterium, composed by Francisco Feliciano for the International Bamboo Organ Festival, a full mass for orchestra, large chorus and soloists.
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Today, the Chorale trains through the collaborative leadership of resident conductor, Ms. Sharon Abesamis, and Artistic Director Dr. Francisco Feliciano.
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Artistic Director Dr. Feliciano is regarded as one of Asia's leading contemporary composers and a respected name in orchestra conducting. His music education from the University of the Philippines led him to advanced degrees (MMA and DMA in Composition) from the Yale University School of Music and diplomas from the Berlin Schools Hochshule der Kunste and the Berliner Kirchenmusikschule in Composition and Church Music, respectively. International conductors Arthur Weisberg and Martin Behrmann were his conducting mentors, while he studied composition with Isang Yun, Jacob Druckman, Heinz Werner Zimmermann, and Krystof Penderecki. He is President and Director of the Asian Institute for Liturgy and Music, an institution devoted to the promotion of music and arts and putting these in the context of worship.
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