Maria Theresa Vizconde-Roldan Choral Series
As president of the Treble Choir Association of the Philippines, I have always strived to promote Philippine choral music, to do what I can to support our local choristers, choral conductors, and composers; that they may be able to hone their skills, improve their craft, and produce beautiful music. In partnership with Muziksea, I am delighted to bring to you the Maria Theresa Vizconde-Roldan Choral Series - Choral Adventures: Explore, Educate, Enthrall.
In conceptualizing this series, I had 3 objectives in mind: to Educate our 3C’s: the Choristers, Conductors, and Congregations; to allow these 3C’s to Explore different choral music styles and create artistry; and to Enthrall, captivating both our choral artists and audiences as our ultimate goal. However, my aims for this series do not end there. In carrying out this project, I wanted to help composers and arrangers by supporting their works and to promote choral literature as a whole.
What is special about this choral series is that a part of its proceeds will be going to our beneficiaries: the Treble Choir Association of the Philippines and its scholar choir, the Young Voices of the Philippines. When you purchase a copy of this series, you will be supporting the children of YVP in their journey as young choral musicians, as well as supporting our organization, TCAP, to continue carrying out its commitment to promoting Philippine choral music.
With all that said, I would be grateful for your support in any form: whether you purchase this choral series containing beautiful pieces by a number of renowned composers from all over South East Asia, or simply spread the word about this project to your local choral community by sharing our promotional material; any of these efforts would greatly benefit us all the same.
Thank you to Muziksea, to the composers of the Maria Theresa Vizconde-Roldan Choral Series, and to everyone who has made this project possible. I can’t wait for the music of this series to reach all parts of the world, and for choral music to flourish more than it ever has before.
Dr. Maria Theresa Vizconde-Roldan