Jesuit music as rendered by the Carillon Ateneo de Davao Glee Club is one of the highlights of several events in the university. That is why, as an Ateneo graduate, it is with enthusiasm that I look forward to this group’s latest project — a back-to-back concert with Ateneo de Manila’s own glee club!
The 1st Magis: All-Ateneo Glee Club Concerto will feature the Carillon Ateneo de Davao Glee Club and the Ateneo de Manila Glee Club in a one-night music extravaganza.
This highly anticipated event, said to be the first in Ateneo history, is scheduled on November 28, Saturday, at the Finster Auditorium, Ateneo de Davao University. Tickets are available for P150 (discounted price for Ateneo students) and P200 (regular price).
Magis is a Jesuit phrase that refers to doing more for Christ and for others. This is taken from “Ad majorem Dei gloriam”, the motto of the Society of Jesus, which means “for the greater glory of God”.
That’s great! I used to be part of Carillon too, but that was a long time ago. I wish I can go home and watch this concert, but I’m now living in Oz. I’ll just give my support through prayers. I’m sure this will be a success. Missing home terribly.
do we need to reserve for tickets? if yes, how? thanks. 🙂
Posted in my Facebook Wall, from my friends at Carillon…
Kindly contact Mr. Jairus F. Rosello (Carillon President ’09-’10) thru 0918-907-3678
Reserved seating daw ang format kaya dpat bumili na po agad kayo ng tiket. Glad to help. 🙂
@may_williams: Carillon has been part of the AdDU culture as far I can remember. It’s good to see a Carillon alumni visit our site. Thanks for dropping by!
@alvindman: It seems like ShamROK has already given us an answer. 🙂
@ShamROK: Thanks for the info!
thanks, ShamROK. WIll get in touch with Jairus.
We’ve edited the price indicated in the post. It seems that the P150 tickets are for Ateneo students only. Regular tickets are available for P200.
omg! this is so exciting! carillon alumnae here, too! i was part of the group that had the privilege to work with fr. marasigan =) that was what…1995-1999? hehe tagal na! thanks for this, davao base! i’ll reblog ha =)
Hi, Mindanaoan! Hubby remembers Fr. Marasigan as chaplain of AdDU Grade School. Thanks for visiting our site. 😉
Yes, Fr. Marasigan was the chaplain. I remember pa nga I used to give him a lot of my kiddie art works during recess lol. His chaplain office was near the fountain. Ahh…good ol’ days. And then he was transferred na to ADDU college. He handled the Carillon for so long. OMGGGG I have so many fabulous memories…will blog about it lol
Thanks! Just posted an entry about the concert. I cited your site =)
We enjoyed your post, Mindanaoan. So, I guess we’ll see you in the concert then. 😉