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A Day of Fine Contemporary Art and Dance at the Pinto Museum

A decidedly intimate press luncheon for Ballet Philippines Gala Performance treated guests to an unforgettable journey of the senses.

The long, winding road leading up to the 53rd Season inspired the first in-person, by-invitation-only press luncheon of BALLET PHILIPPINES. On the invitation read: Dance Here and Now: Equus, Bolero and Other Dances. It will be an afternoon of fine art and dance on August 17, 2022.

Delightful savory and sweet canapes were provided by Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant

A luxurious Mercedes Benz bus ferried guests from the Mercedes Benz showroom in BGC to the Pinto Museum in Antipolo.

An intimate circle of media friends and supporters made up that day’s guest list. The event began at 11AM at the showroom of Mercedes Benz at the Bonifacio Global City. Creating a full sensorial BALLET PHILIPPINES journey was the main intention, informing details of the leisurely luncheon. It commenced with brunch cocktails at the meeting place. Sparkling wines, Yellow Tail Bubbles accompanied a hearty menu of canapes from Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant. Ballet Philippines President Kathleen Liechtenstein shared, “We collaborated with brands and companies that share the same vision for supporting Philippine performance arts as we collectively step out and into the future.”

After mid-morning treats that set the tone for a day of art and dance, guests piled into luxury shuttle limos of Mercedes Benz. A scenic drive to the pilgrimage city in the east, led to the main venue for that day’s press conference, The Pinto Art Museum. It was an ideal space that housed some of the country’s finest contemporary art pieces. Decision to hold a press con at the Pinto Art Museum was driven by the desire to express the company’s theme to Dance Where No One Else Has. Liechtenstein adds, “This also cements our declaration at the start of the season to engage with not just artists in the performance arts, but to create strong bonds with the entire creative community as well.”