The afternoon was capped off an endearing performance by BALLET PHILIPPINES DANCE SCHOOL student, Ella Longgat. The dance school’s well-loved director, who was also that day’s host explained: “It takes years to mold dancers. Our educational arm is Ballet Philippines Dance School, which takes students through their whole ballet and dance education, from 4 to 18 years old. We also have Adult Ballet for beginners and those with prior experience, as well as other dance forms. For decades, BP Dance School has helped thousands of young dancers from all walks of life hone their talent, and helped them become dancers and arts professionals all over the world.”
The fine day for art and dance ended on a high note. A collector’s item art book from Pinto Art Museum, handpicked by Dr. Cuanang himself, were tokens given out to express heartfelt gratitude and appreciation. As guests took their seats in the Mercedes Benz luxury shuttle, the afternoon drive back to Bonifacio Global City allowed a gentle easing back into the busy work pace. And while officially, the press conference had concluded, BALLET PHILIPPINES’s journey to DANCE HERE AND NOW has only just begun.