Love for OPM Raises Funds in Ateneo’s ‘Sinta’

Article by Faith Navarro
Photos by Janyn P. Berame

Sinta, a music night organized by Ateneo High School’s 11- Tsunji,  brought together local bands to unite everyone for one benefit concert on the first Friday night of February 2018.

Who said that OPM is dead when it’s still existing and helping out raise funds for calamity victims, Jesuit missions and Ateneo de Manila’s Christian Service and Involvement Program (CSIP) partner institutions?

Quest's performance

Quest’s performance

For that night, the Ateneo High School’s covered courts were filled with Moira Dela Torre’s soulful voice,  the pop rock music of Ang Bandang Shirley, Munimuni’s mix of makata and pop, Ben&Ben’s powerful words and rhythms and Quest’s energetic performance. The music of  Clamshell boxes, Nina Juanm 11:59, J-Coasta and the Young Siblings also ushered in the Feb-ibig feels of the Sinta.

Munimuni's performance

Munimuni’s performance

But just in case you missed Sinta, you can catch OPM and alternative music at DZUP Soundtrip from 2 o ‘clock to 4 o’ clock in the afternoon through our live streaming  at DZUP Online via www.dzup.org or through DZUP 1602 kHz in your AM radio band.

DZUP served as the official media partner of Sinta. Sa DZUP 1602, kasali ka!