Bohol-based choirs need to have a show for themselves in order to better appreciate their talents.
This was the opinion aired by Fr. Arnold Zamora, a known Boholano composer and arranger who is presently based as a priest of the Holy Name of Jesus Parish in San Francisco, California.
He said that the musical impact will be far different if a choir festival will present all the Bohol-based choirs in an evening show.
During an interview over dyRD-Worldwide, Fr. Zamora committed to help the development of these choirs and get them ready for an all-Bohol choir festival. He suggested that a festival might be a good evening show on Nov. 4 which is the birth anniversary of the late Boholano Pres. Carlos P. Garcia.
Fr. Zamora toldÂ The ChronicleÂ that there are several excellent choirs in the province.
He will work with the cultural office of the provincial government. The US-based clergy said he will coordinate with Romy Tagaan whom he said already knows the plan for this all-Bohol choir festival.
Recently, a choir festival was conducted participated by visiting international choirs from abroad.
The participating choirs were Dr. Cecilio Putong National High School Choir, and the Tagbilaran City Science High School Glee Club Scimonies Choir.
Non-competing and special performing choirs were Tagbilaran City Catholic Charismatic Choir, Rapsodia Vocal Ensemble, Holy Name University Chorale, Himig Diwa Choir, Dimiao Youth Choir, Tagbilaran City Government Choir, Bohol Master Singers and the Cawayanan Choir.