PINTIG: A Percussion Festival

The biggest gathering of the best and the brightest percussionists and drummers from ...


Presented By:

Cultural Center of the Philippines

through the CCP Office of the President Outreach Program, “Sining Sigla”

and the Percussive Arts Society Philippines (PAS PH)

with the support of JB Music Philippines, 

Initial-P Percussion Studio (HK), 

Innovative Percussion, Inc. (USA), 

Gip Percussion (HK), 

Coray Percussion (HK), 

and Prologix Percussion USA




Online Streaming: May 28 – 30, 2021 | 7:30 PM

via the CCP Office of the President and the CCP Facebook pages


Some of the greatest musicians and performers from all over the world gather for a one-of-a-kind festival that highlights the exciting musical sounds and infectious rhythms of drums and other percussion. PINTIG, A Percussion Festival, marks the biggest gathering of performing artists in the country today.

The three-day virtual festival boasts of highly-engaging activities for everyone, that includes performances, clinics, master classes, workshops and panels given by the finest artists in the country. The festival activities showcase all areas of percussion: drum set, marching, keyboard, symphonic, world, recreational, education, music technology, new music, and health & wellness. 

PINTIG features the performances of over thirty of the most recognizable performing artists in the field of percussion. Apart from beautiful performances, a series of workshops will also be offered exclusively to Percussive Arts Society members. 

PINTIG, A Percussion Festival is a project of the CCP Office of the President’s SINING SIGLA Program. Under the leadership of CCP President Arsenio “Nick” LIzaso, this program aims to continuously reach out to the public, even in the midst of the pandemic, by providing artistic and culturally-relevant content online. Past programs include ‘Jazz Stay At Home’ (Jazz Festival), ‘MALA’ (Movies Adapted from Literary Arts), ‘Sigla ng Pasko,’ and ‘Awit at Dula: Pagbabalik-tanaw sa Unang Hari ng Balagtasan.’

For updates and more information, please follow the CCP Office of the President on Facebook.




World-renowned keyboard percussionist Arthur Lipner will elevate your understanding of various keyboard percussions.


A lecture to be given by John Wooton a.k.a. Dr. Throwdown, a highly-respected percussion educator.

Those who would like to attend these workshops may sign up for PAS membership. The link for registration is or you may contact Mr. Satur Tiamson on Facebook and email at


  • Alexis Constantino (Percussionist, ABS CBN Philharmonic Orchestra)
  • Aaron Awitan Reyes (FEU Drumline)
  • Andrea Tanlapco (Temple Hill International School)
  • Arthur Lipner (World-renowned Keyboard Percussionist)
  • Arvin Olete (UP College of Music)
  • Benedict Marcelino (UP College of Music)
  • Chico Macorol (UP College of Music)
  • Cyd and Ruth Tumpalan (Filipino artists based in USA)
  • Daniel Bartolome (Award-winning Music Director)
  • Eisen Soler (Citizen’s Brigade Band of Dasma City)
  • Ernie Severino (Side A)
  • Gian Vergel (UST Conservatory of Music)
  • Jacques and Jose Dufourt (UP College of Music/ Pinikpikan/ Salsamba)
  • John Paul Villahermosa (UP College of Music/ OFY/ Banda 46, Carmona Cavite)
  • Dr. John Wooton (World-renowned Percussionist and Rudimental Drummer)
  • Otep Concepcion (South Border)
  • Julia Tabije (UP College of Music)
  • Junjun Regalado (Bamboo)
  • Jun Regalado (Asia’s Best Drummer)
  • Karmi Santiago (Ebe Dancel/ Baihana/ Richard Poon)
  • Kent Bryan Capistrano (PWU/ OFY/, Banda 5, Cardona, Rizal)
  • Kevin Castelo (Jacobs School of Music Indiana University)
  • Lexter Deo D. Santos (OFY/ CEU/ PWU)
  • Mar Dizon (First Zildjian Philippines Ambassador)
  • Mariella Evhavez (Classic Youth Orchestra, Cebu City)
  • Maria Elora C. Aquino (Temple Hill International School)
  • Rhonnel Ibañez (OFY/ CEU / Banda Dos Kabataan, Angono Rizal)
  • Ryan Peralta (Drumstart Drum Circles Philippines)
  • Satur Tiamson (Filipino Artist based in Hong Kong/ Angono Wind Ensemble and President of PAS Philippines)
  • Tusa Montes (UP College of Music)
  • Abby Clutario (UP College of Music)
  • Vinnie Aguas (Filipino based in USA)
  • Zara Lachica (UST Conservatory of Music and Secretary and Treasurer of PAS Philippines)
  • Jayson Rivera (Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra)
  • Batukada De Negros Percussion Group
  • Digos City Tribal Beatz
  • UST Percussion Ensemble: Mark Eduard Hipona, Gabriel Zagala, Roby Calderon, Allan Abdulla, Isaac Belostrino, Emmanuel John Mahipus, Franco Tantay, Isaac De Alva, Koreen Trinidad, Nicolette Zamora, 
  • KKK: Kundiman, Kwentuhan at Katuwaan musicians
  • Nobel Queano (Guitarist and Arranger- HK Based)
  • Lorraine Lisen (Soprano)
  • Zscharmaine Princess Baretto (Soprano)
  • Orchestra of the Filipino Youth Percussion Ensemble
  • Patrick Jarod Paz (OFY)