KP Musicians

The Sounds of Kababayang Pilipino

Since 1997, an integral part of Kababayang Pilipino’s presentations are its live musical accompaniment. The group boasts a dynamic ensemble of talented musicians dedicated to keeping Filipino music traditions alive. From the haunting beats of the gangsa (flat bronze gongs) heard in the mountains of northern Luzon, to the kulintang, gandingan, agong and dabakan, featured in the dances of Mindanao, to the melodic straings of the rondalla or flucked string orchestra consisting of the banduria, the laud, the octavina, the guitara and the bajao (bass), the sounds of KP remain as one of the highlights of any of KP’s performances.

How do I register?
To register, students must fill up the registration form and submit a signed copy with the registration fee and required tuition. Students may register online, in person or by phone. Paper application forms are also available at the studio.

Where can I buy dance uniforms?
BP Dance School uniforms are available for sale at the Danceshop. One set includes the class level leotard, tights, ballet shoes, ballet skirt, a hair kit and BP Dance School t-shirt.

How will I know what class level I can attend?
BP Dance School will identify the appropriate level for the student based on its curriculum. A student who has prior training must arrange for an assessment class with the teacher and either the School Director, who will recommend the proper level according to the BPDS curriculum.

From what age do you accept students?
Ballet Philippines Dance School offers classes for all levels, beginning age 3 to adult beginners.

How do I pay for lessons/classes?
BP Dance School accepts tuition payments by cash, check or bank transfer. Payments can be made in person at the reception desk or by phone.

Are there discounts available for siblings or other family members?
Families enrolling siblings in the BP Dance School program will receive a 10% discount on the tuition of the additional sibling.

What if I miss a class?
Missed classes are forfeited and unfortunately payment for missed classes cannot be transferred to the next payment period. Students may attend another class of the same level or lower as a make-up class, but must coordinate this with the Registrar.