The Filharmonic to sing nat’l anthem at Warriors Filipino Night
DALY CITY, California — Filipino American a capella singing sensation, The Filharmonic, will sing the U.S. national anthem at the Warriors Filipino Heritage Night presented by Tanduay Rum on Sunday, March 25, at the Oracle Arena in Oakland.
ABS-CBN The Filipino Channel (TFC) is bringing in the number one college-booked entertainment group of the year in the U.S. in 2016, after the much-applauded performances of Bantay Bata Voices and Philippine Concert King Martin Nievera.
The Filharmonic — composed of Southern Californians Jules Cruz (vocal bass), Joe Caigoy (tenor), Trace Gaynor (tenor), Niko Del Ray (beat boxer) and VJ Rosales (tenor) — showcases pop, R&B and ‘90s nostalgia vocal harmonies that has attracted the attention of Hollywood.
This resulted in appearances in NBC’s “The Sing-Off” National Tour, Universal Pictures’ hit movie, “Pitch Perfect 2,” and several guest performances on CBS’ “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”
The youthful and energetic group and their manager Rose Buado dropped by the San Francisco Bay Area recently (except for Niko Del Ray who flew in from Los Angeles later in the day) for a show in San Jose and to visit the TFC office in Daly City, to shop at the TFC store and to guest on TFC’s daily news show, “BA” and the weekly magazine talk show, “Adobo Nation.”
Tickets to the Warriors Heritage Night may be purchased online at https://www.nba.com/warriors/tickets/groupnights/filipinoheritage or at the TFC Store at the ground floor of DC 2001, Junipero Serra Blvd, Daly City, CA 94014.