Friday, August 08, 2014


MUSIKO IMBENTO invites all crafters, hobbyists, instrument builders, college students, teachers, performers and supporters of self-built musical instruments in the Philippines to attend the third MUSIKO IMBENTO event happening on August 9, 2014, 7:00 p.m. at Sev’s Café. 

MUSIKO IMBENTO is a one-of-a-kind event where you can DISCOVER, LEARN and PLAY self-built musical instruments from the Philippines. Be inspired to create your own instruments using re-purposed objects, scraps, electronic parts, old toys, and other odds and ends.

There will be a presentation of the different instruments, workshop, short film showing, raffle draw, meet-and-greet session with the instrument makers and live performances.

Feel free to bring your own self-built instruments for an open jam and drum circle. Poster design by Reese Lansangan Feel free to share, twit and repost.

Event Details/Program

MUSIKO IMBENTO Show and Tell/Live Performance/Open Jam Date and Time: August 9, 2014– Saturday, 7:00PM

Venue: Sev's Cafe Basement Level, Legaspi Tower Roxas Blvd. cor. P. Ocampo, Malate Across Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) 

Ticket: Php200 pesos P100 consumable at Sev's Café

FEATURING: Erick Calilan Jean Paul Zialcita Jing Garcia a.k.a. autoceremony Jon Romero Modulogeek Richard John Tuason Cris Garcimo


6:00 Registration

7:00 Circuit-Bending 101 Workshop By Erick Calilan 

8:50 Documentary/Short Film Showing Building the Shruthi-1 Analog/Digital Synth Time Lapse Video by Modulogeek Bleeps for Peeps: The Modulogeek Q&A Jeepnilamella: Custom Musical Instrument for Jeepney Orchestra by Cris Garcimo

9:00 Radio Elemento by Jon Romero Sound devices using deconstructed portable radios and electronic scraps 9:30 Ensemble by Richard John Tuason Featured on GMA’s SAKSI

10:00 Live performance by Jing Garcia a.k.a. autoceremony (Special Guest Performer) Sound artist; producing post-music soundscapes and sound design through analog and digital audio hardware and software synthesis manipulation; founding member of pioneer sound art group “Children of Cathode Ray”

10:30 Make and Play Your Own Percussion using Trash Cans and Water Containers (Sinawali and Aquadrums) By Jean Paul Zialcita, Percussion Performance Artist;Featured on AHA! GMA Channel 7 and recently on “Green Living”, ANC's lifestyle magazine show about sustainable urban living.

11:00 OPEN JAM/DRUM CIRCLE FOR CREATIVITY and PEACE Bring your own handmade/self-built musical instruments or any percussion instrument. *Subject to change without prior notice

Ticket: Php200 pesos P100 consumable at Sev's Café For more information, please email

Special thanks to Sev’s Café.

Poster Design by Reese Lansangan

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