Feminine Force Group holds culmination event on March 28

by Jocelyn Dimaculangan
Mar 26, 2007
The title "Feminine Force" was actually taken from the self-help book of Georgette Morbascher. At the back of the book, was Marbascher's own list of "Feminine Force Principles," which has become the guiding principles of the Feminine Force Group.

To commemorate the end of this year's Women's Month, two great groups will join forces to bring forth the artistic ladies of the local poetry and music scene this Wednesday, March 28, at the Penguin Café & Gallery in Malate.

Kooky Tuason of the much-talked about Romancing Venus albums will share the spotlight with Feminine Force Group (FFG) as she brings her roster of talented personalities in the forefront to do spoken word with electro music in the background.

This event marks the FFG's first time to do a collaborative work with Kooky, an advocate of women's rights, and first time that it will set aside the usual full band set up. The show is the second half of FFG's two-part anniversary celebration this month.

Kooky, a modern poet herself, will lead the show with friends in the biz: Ginny Mata, Charms Tianzon of Matilda, Anabel Bosch, Diwata, IO, and some surprise guests from her Romancing Venus circle.

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As FFG's treat, there will be no entrance fee. However, guests may opt to donate instead. Plus, randomly selected attendees might get free drinks! Better tell your friends to troop to Penguin this Wednesday and make it your bonding night.

The Feminine Force Group was formed by a couple of friends with the same concept in mind: uplifting the Pinoy music scene (rock, alternative, ethnic, ska, reggae, etc) and fusing it with arts and literature.

It is composed of female yuppies—working in print publications, banks, and entrepreneurs—who are all committed in bringing music, arts, and literature to the masses to stir awareness.

For inquiries, please text 0920-5749870 or 0915-9678383.

Performance date: March 28 (Wednesday)

Venue: Penguin Café & Gallery, 604 Remedios Circle, Malate, Manila

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The title "Feminine Force" was actually taken from the self-help book of Georgette Morbascher. At the back of the book, was Marbascher's own list of "Feminine Force Principles," which has become the guiding principles of the Feminine Force Group.
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