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Angel Cuerpo
Angel is a student at Monash University currently undertaking her Masters of Applied Linguistics. Angel has always had a passion for writing and languages completing a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English as an International Language. In her spare time, Angel takes drama classes where she performs and writes scenes.

Connecting with Filipino communities all across Australia Pinoy Street Party aims to bring all generations together through music. 

Pinoy Street Party will take place on Friday 29 October at Nexus Arts in Adelaide and will begin at 8pm. The event, organised by Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival is a celebration of culture and heritage with singers, musicians, and local street food. 

This event aims to bridge cultural similarities and celebrate cultural differences. This is done through strengthening Australia’s understanding of their place in South East Asia through the Arts. 

Pinoy Street Party will celebrate Southeast Asian music through tribal beats, Asian samples, and new sounds set to challenge the well-built PA systems. 

Collaborating with creatives from the different fields such as music, dance, art, and live performance to create an event that is set to impress and excite with bunch of talents including MCs, singers, musicians and DJs from Adelaide and Darwin. 

Entertainment will be provided to suit the whole family – Filipino titas and titos included – as there will be hip-hop and dance remixes of songs both old and new from the Philippines.

The event is brought together by DJ Kuya James, an Adelaide-born music producer, who has garnered national respect as an artist/producer. 

Listeners of popular Indie radio show Triple J will be aware of DJ Kuya James as he is a regular on the show. 

DJ Kuya James is no stranger to throwing elaborate, fun-filled events celebrating South East Asian culture as he brings a new flavour and spice to Darwin Festival 2020. 

DJ Kuya James

He did this through providing music and dance showcasing different Filipino cultures in a northern Australian context. This allowed Darwin’s Filipino community to share their talents and what they had to offer. 

The same energy and dedication will be emulated and expressed through Adelaide’s Pinoy Street Party, so Adelaide residents are in for a treat. 

Tickets can be purchased online at https://www.ozasiafestival.com.au/events/pinoy-street-party/

WORKSHOP AVAILABLE
Learn from the prolific Australian producer on creating innovative work and finding your audience, with specific focus on his recent project Pinoy Street Party.
TUES 26 OCT 5pm
DURATION 60 mins

Register at: musicworkshops@adelaide.edu.au

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