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Aegis is a Filipino pop rock band formed in 1995 (formerly known as AG’s Soundtrippers in clubs and lounges all over Japan). The band is composed of sisters: Juliet, Mercy and Kris Sunot on lead vocals, Rey Abenoja (the only male member) on vocals and guitars, Stella Pabico on keyboards, Rowena Adriano on bass guitar and Vilma Goloviogo on drums. The group changed the name to Aegis in 1998 as agreed upon with Alpha Records.[3] The meaning of their band’s name is “shield” or “protection”.[4] Their songs have been featured in the musical Rak of Aegis.

Aegis – Aegis Greatest Hits – 2006 Album

Aegis is a Filipino pop rock band formed in 1995 (formerly known as AG’s Soundtrippers in clubs and lounges all over Japan). The band is composed of sisters: Juliet, Mercy and Kris Sunot on lead vocals, Rey Abenoja (the only male member) on vocals and guitars, Stella Pabico on keyboards, Rowena Adriano on bass guitar and Vilma Goloviogo on drums. The group changed the name to Aegis in 1998 as agreed upon with Alpha Records.[3] The meaning of their band’s name is “shield” or “protection”.[4] Their songs have been featured in the musical Rak of Aegis.

Aegis – Aegis – 2013 Album

Aegis is a Filipino pop rock band formed in 1995 (formerly known as AG’s Soundtrippers in clubs and lounges all over Japan). The band is composed of sisters: Juliet, Mercy and Kris Sunot on lead vocals, Rey Abenoja (the only male member) on vocals and guitars, Stella Pabico on keyboards, Rowena Adriano on bass guitar and Vilma Goloviogo on drums. The group changed the name to Aegis in 1998 as agreed upon with Alpha Records.[3] The meaning of their band’s name is “shield” or “protection”.[4] Their songs have been featured in the musical Rak of Aegis.

Philippine Madrigal Singers – Madz in Love Continues

The Philippine Madrigal Singers (affectionately known as the “Madz”) was founded in 1963 by National Artist for Music, Professor Andrea O. Veneracion. The Madz is mostly composed of students, faculty and alumni from the University of the Philippines.

The group performs a variety of styles and forms but it specializes in the Madrigal, a polyphonic and challenging musical style popular during the Renaissance period where singers and guests would gather around the table during a banquet to sight-sing and make music together. This served as the inspiration for their unique style of singing – singing seated in a semicircle without a conductor. As Philippine ambassador of culture and goodwill, the Madz has had the pleasure and privilege of giving command performances for royalty and heads of state. These include Pope Paul VI, Pope John Paul II, United States Presidents Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, and Barack Obama, Chinese President Hu Jintao, Queen Sofia of Spain, King Juan Carlos I of Spain and Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.

As resident artists of the Cultural Center of the Philippines, outreach concerts have taken the Madz to far-flung areas seldom reached by most performing artists.

Presently under the leadership of Madz alumnus Mark Anthony A. Carpio.