Sayaw Sa Payong

Sayaw Sa Payong

“Sayaw sa Payong” or the Umbrella Dance is a traditional Filipino folk dance that showcases dancers performing intricate and synchronized movements with umbrellas. This charming and playful dance is typically performed by couples or a group of dancers,...
La Jota Moncadeña

La Jota Moncadeña

La Jota Moncadeña highlights the fusion of cultures that have shaped the Filipino identity over the years. As a Spanish-influenced Filipino folk dance, it serves as a testament to the Philippines’ rich history and the resilience of its people in adapting and...
Singkil

Singkil

Singkil, a timeless and widely renowned Filipino Muslim dance, holds a special place among the many traditional Filipino folk dances. Often featured in Filipino dance presentations worldwide, this captivating dance tells the tale of a Muslim princess who becomes lost...
Tinikling

Tinikling

Tinikling, originating during the Spanish colonial era, is a traditional Philippine folk dance that showcases the agility and coordination of one or two dancers as they skillfully hop, jump, and turn between two bamboo poles. Two kneeling people beat, tap, and slide...
Tayaw – Igorot Wedding Dance

Tayaw – Igorot Wedding Dance

The Igorot people, also known as the Cordillerans, are an indigenous group living in the highlands of the Cordillera region in the Philippines. They have a rich and diverse culture, which includes unique wedding traditions and dances. One such wedding dance is the...
Bilao

Bilao

Bilao dance is inspired by the movements associated with using a bilao, a traditional round and shallow basket tray made of bamboo splits. This native Filipino dance involves bending the elbows close to the waist, with hands in front, fingers pointing forward, and...