Philippine American Performing Arts of Greater Pittsburgh
Tuesday, July 24th, 2012 at
PAPAGP is the Philippine American Performing Arts
of Greater Pittsburgh
“To preserve, promote and propagate the Filipino culture
through dance, music, and other performing arts…”
Welcome to PAPAGP’S website –
the place where Philippine Folk Dance is found!
OCA's 30th Annual Lunar Year Celebration will be held on January 21, 2017 at Alumni Hall, University of Pittsburgh, to celebrate the Lunar New Year 4715, the Year of the Red Fire Rooster. This year, we have two exciting events planned on this auspicious day. The stunning Connolly Ballroom on the 1st floor of Alumni Hall will host the traditional Mandarin-style banquet dinner, along with our annual silent auction and raffle drawing fundraisers from 5pm-7pm. The OCA Pittsburgh Celebrates Asia! Lunar New Year Show will be held in the spacious auditorium on the 7th floor from 7:30pm-9:30pm, featuring a masterful array of cultural performances from all of Asia, including colorful presentations by our OCA Pittsburgh Youth Ensemble, First Class Bhangra, Pittsburgh Taiko, Philippine-American Performing Arts of Greater Pittsburgh, and Pittsburgh Chinese School. This important fundraiser helps to support our many programs throughout the year, such as the Free Medical & Dental Clinic, Pittsburgh Folk Festival, Uncover Squirrel Hill Night Markets, WPXI Holiday Parade float, Youth Leadership Programs and Civic Engagement/Get Out The Vote campaign, just to name a few. We are the only OCA chapter in the country to offer tuition-free traditional Chinese/Lion/Dragon dance classes and Chinese Yo-Yo classes to our young people. Our OCA Pittsburgh Youth Ensemble continues to be highly sought after for its creative and captivating performances with original choreography. Don't miss this one-of-kind event, get your tickets today!
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