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1st Elements Song Writing Camp

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Sixty delegates (20 each from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao) to the 1st Elements Songwriting Camp pose with their mentors, who are among the pillars of the country’s entertainment industry, during their graduation on November 18 at the Luce Auditorium. The songwriting camp envisions to develop the next breed of talents for the local music industry. Among the mentors and organizers present during the graduation were Ryan Cayabyab (first row – fourth from left), who is flanked by Jim Paredes on his right and Dumaguete’s Julio Sy Jr., who is one of the sponsors, on his left, and Gary Valencia (first row-third from right).

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