The Philippine Madrigal Singers

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Mostly composed of students, faculty staff and alumni from the University of the Philippines, the Philippine Madrigal Singers were founded in 1963 by Professor Andrea O. Veneracion. The group specializes in the madrigal, a polyphonic and challenging musical style popular during the Renaissance. The Madrigal Singers have consistently won prizes in prestigious choral competitions worldwide and their influence on the Philippine and Asian choral scene has been far-reaching.

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