Join The Peninsula Manila's annual joyous prelude to the Holiday Season,“CELEBRATIONS: 30 Years of Christmas Concert at the Pen,” which will be held in the cathedral-like lobby of The Peninsula Manila on Sunday, December 8, 2013, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Flying in from Italy is former Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra musical director and principal conductor Maestro Ruggero Barbieri, who will be teaming up at the concert with the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO), which he has led on its triumphant world tours. Also gracing the stage at the concert are well-known musical artistes Lani Misalucha, Jose Mari Chan, Rachelle Gerodias, a 50-voice choir composed of the UP Madrigal Singers and UST Singers as well as PPO Associate Concertmaster Dino Akira K. Decena on violin.

Concert goers are asked to contribute a PHP975 fee (exclusive of taxes and consumable with selections from a special merienda menu), with 25 percent of the proceeds going to the “HOPE for the PHILIPPINES” fund.

All Peninsula hotels will make a donation of US$5 for each guest stay. A special Philippine Tea of Hope and Halo-Halo of Hope will be served in our hotel lobbies, with “HOPE for the PHILIPPINES” receiving 100 percent of the retail price.

Lastly, guests staying in our hotels are invited to purchase a “Trees of Hope” SnowPage ornament where 100 percent of the funds raised will benefit “HOPE for the PHILIPPINES.”

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