Dulce and son in ‘Art 2 Art’

Art to Art presents another round of insightful conversations between host Lisa Macuja and fellow artists from various disciplines this November.

Produced by the Manila Broadcasting Company, Art 2 Art is aired every Sunday, 3:30 to 4 p.m., on DZRH (666 khz on the AM band), on cable television via RHTV and online through DZRH Live Streaming.

Lisa Macuja with Dulce and her son David Ezra

On Nov. 1, visual artist Jonahmar Salvosa shares his four-decade journey in his field. A painter, sculptor and printmaker, Salvosa has particularly mastered the medium of watercolor and is currently the president of Agos Kulay Maynila.

 On Nov. 8, Art 2 Art focuses on the Philippine Legitimage Stage Artists Group or Philstage, the only organization of professional performing arts companies in the country. Philstage president and stage actor Audie Gemora discusses the group’s continuing efforts to boost live performances on its 18th year, specially its annual Gawad Buhay awards.

On Nov. 15, Victorette Joy Campilan talks about a feat she recently accomplished – joining the Palanca Awards for the first time and winning the grand prize in her category with her first novel titled All My Lonely Islands.

On Nov.22, iconic belter Dulce relates her early stints as a singer, entering contests at the age of just two years old and then performing in a cocktail lounge by age 13. Joining Dulce in this episode is her son, tenor David Ezra, who is now carving a name in music too. Mother and son perform together as a treat for Art 2 Art followers.

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