The FEU Dance Company (FDC) will take center stage with its annual dance concert entitled “TAMnan: Yugto ng Pag-aani” on April 20, 2024 at 3:00 PM in the Far Eastern University Auditorium.

Set against the backdrop of agriculture and horticulture, “TAMnan: Yugto ng Pag-aani” will take the audience through the core stages of planting — a significant metaphor chosen to mirror the phases of personal life and community growth through the lens and movement language of the current student artists of the Company.

Tamnan means to plant something. A seed should be buried in dirt before it can begin to sprout and grow. The concert aims to portray human struggles as an integral part of development.

Pag-aani is a native word that refers to the act of harvesting fruit. A movement narrative of human experiences, this concert shows that by overcoming challenges, embracing individuality, and celebrating each other’s differences, we allow ourselves to grow and bloom.

This concert is headed by FEU Dance Company Artistic Director, Deborah Afuang, along with Folkdance Coach Albert Furing (IARFA 2022) and choreographers Sean Marc Pescador (IABF 2025), Ronieth Dayao (IE 2025), El Bautista (ITHM 2025), Adelaine Perez (IAS 2026), Tonnie Padayao (IAS 2026), Xyron Godfrey Apostol (IAS 2027), Johann Jabrica (IAS 2027), Stephanie Palconit (IARFA ‘27, and Danyel Reyes, FDC Alumnus of IARFA 2023.

Let this story not only be a celebration of individuality through dance, but also a commemoration of the power of harvesting a culture we have planted and continuously nurtured.

Tickets for the FEU Community are P100. Tickets for other guests are P150.

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