Central Philippine University Hand Bell Choir featured by GMA TV Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

GMA TV Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho featured the CPU Handbell Choir in one Christmas episode of the show.

Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho is a popular show of GMA TV broadcast every Saturday evening. It is a magazine, documentary, lifestyle, public affairs show that Jessica Soho hosts.

Watching the CPU Hand Bell Choir perform on the popular Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho TV show makes us all proud to of our Alma Mater, Central Philippine University.

Watch the Central Philippine University Handbell Choir video and hear Jessica Soho narrate the history of the only five octave Hand Bell choir in the Philippines.

Hear some words from Dr. Mai Lynn Bermejo Jacar, the current CPU Hand Bell Choir Director and Trainer, as well as other members of the group.

Please watch the video…click on the play button now!

READ MORE about the CPU Hand Bell Choir from Central Echo’s “RING THEM BELLS”

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2 responses to “Central Philippine University Hand Bell Choir featured by GMA TV Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho”

  1. Online Writing says :

    Congratulations CPU Hand Bell Choir, members, Doc Mai and Day Herms for this feat. How I wish Kapuso Mo Jessica considered taking footage at the Centennial Walkway with University Church as background. She missed that beautiful panoramic spot. Keep up the good work!

  2. Christy Jutare says :

    Good job, Mai and the handbell choir team!
    I was also part of the bell choir – during my high school days. Si Maam Pat Lopez and Ms. Gleason amon directors during that time from 1972-76.

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