Time: 11:30am- 12:30pm

Chairman: Zucette Lumabas
Co-chairman: Dulia Candelaria
Assisted by Debbie Nicastro

Emcee: Belle Limoge


Fil-Am Cultural Adult Dance Group

Enri Fulmore, chair of the cultural dance committee and also, asst. secretary of the association; Belle Limoge, co-chair and association's secretary; Cita Lime, vice-president of the association and active cultural dance member; and Esther Adversalo, very active and committed member of the group.

The FIL-AM CULTURAL ADULT DANCE GROUP is composed of members and volunteers of the Filipino-American Cultural Association of North San Diego County. In pursuit of one of the association’s missions in promoting the Philippine culture, the members and volunteers volunteered their time and talent to act as ambassadors of the association and help the organization raise funds for its projects like college scholarships, supporting public libraries, senior centers and fellow Filipinos who need help in the Philippines. They believe that through their dance, they can spread goodwill to the community and be instrumental to the good causes of this association.

This time, they will perform the Philippine folk dance "banga" (clay pot) interwoven with flare of zumba and modern dance.

Performance: Banga fusion- "Buttons" by Pussy Cat Dolls


Klye McCoy

Kyle resides in Oceanside, CA and is a sophomore at Mission Vista High School. He began playing the guitar and singing at the age of 12. He also enjoys playing bass guitar, mandolin and keyboard.

Performance: Kyle will be performing "The Four Chord Song" by The Axis of Awesome







Maria Veronica R. Concepcion

Singing Experience:
Breezehill Elementary Talent Show May 2009
Si Ling Primary School Singapore Choir '07 - Bronze Medalist Starstruck Kids TV Commercial April 2004
Madison Middle School Talent Show 2011 and 2012 Rancho Buenavista Highschool Alladin Show 2012

Special Skills
Acting, Singing, Article and Story writing, Fluent in English and Tagalog, Can speak little Mandarin, Drawing, Swimming

Performance: Tunay Na Mahal"
by Lani Misalucha


Seagge (Sage) Loy Abella

Group Name: Lover Boys

Seagge (Sage) Loy Abella is 100% Filipino born in Olongapo City and was raised only by his single Mom Analee M. Abella. He is a senior in El Camino High School class of 2013. He is currently the president of hiphop club and an Advisor for the Asian Pacific Student Union (APSU) at El Camino High School. He was recently part of El Camino's "Legally Blonde" Musical Play and played as Grandmaster Chad. This is his first time performing for FILAM and he would like to thank his mom, his family, his friends, his girl friend Jocelin Young , and last, but not least, Filam for inviting him to perform to this wonderful event. He will be performing a dance piece. He hopes you enjoy the show.

Richard J. Cadiz
Group Name: Lover Boys

Richard is a soup enthusiast whose specialty is Okinawan soba.

He is an experienced tracer & and interpretive dancer as he will be performing with the Lover Boys





Jordan Eli Golez
Group Name: Lover Boys

Jordan likes cookies, cars and dinosaurs. He makes people happy for a living and takes long walks on the beach in his spare time




Sean Paz
Group Name: Lover Boys

Sean Paz is a guy who can't get enough of music. He has participated in everything from choirs to dance groups and he loves every step of the way. He loves his beautiful girlfriend Eisza, and wishes she could be present for the performance.


Aryl Desiree Gavino

Aryl Desiree is11 years old and has been singing and performing since 4 years old. Vocal coach includes Ann Marie Santos a singer/actor from Philippines.

Performance: Thousand Years by Christina Perry





The Sotto's:

Mildred Extender Sotto, Paul Sotto Lopez, Revino Sotto, Arnold Sotto Roque are cousins from the Sotto family who has resided in Oceanside since the early 1960's. Our rich family culture in music goes back to Guagua, Pampanga, Philippines. We have large family in Oceanside ranging from the eastside to the valley. Mildred and Revino work in the health field, Arnold in the CAD industry and Paul taught high school in Oceanside for 10 years and currently teaching at North County Trade Tech High School in Vista. Family parties are the usual venue for performing tagalog songs from the past to current times. Everyone gets involved and the younger family members learn so they can take over in the future so our family music can go on forever.

Performance: "Paglisan " by Color it Red with two acoustic guitars and bass guitar accompaniment


James Lazaga
Group Name: Guapos

James is a kinesiology major planning to become a physical therapist. He will be transferring to CSU East Bay this fall. James has been dancing for 5 years and has recently been a choreographer for the El Camino High dance program. James specializes in tutting, popping, and choreo. James in high school, created a dance crew which is still in effect today and was a major contributor to one of the more popular dance clubs. James is an outgoing individual who enjoys performing in front of people.

Performance: "Love Come Down mix" by Evelyn Champagne

Seagge (Sage) Loy Abella
Group Name: Guapos

Seagge Abella: Seagge is currently enrolled as a Senior at El Camino High School. He has been featured in many school productions such as "Hairspray" and "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum." Seagge is involved in the Hip Hop Club at EC and is a co-captain of the hip hop crew "Abstract." Seagge hopes to keep his passion of dancing and video production as he graduates from high school and goes on to bigger and better things in life.


Performance: "Love Come Down mix" by Evelyn Champagne



Kelly Zimbelmann
is a 17 year old senior at El Camino High School. She caught the theatre bug as a freshman and has been a part of the drama department ever since. Earlier this year, Kelly played Princess Jasmine in Star Repertory Theatre's production of Aladdin Jr. Aside from theatre, Kelly has been involved in El Camino's Show Choir as well as the Asian Pacific Student Union (APSU) Dance team. After high school, she plans on attending MiraCosta to major in Sociology and minor in Theatre.

Performance: "To Be Free" from the Aladdin Musical Spectacular



Short Bio: Centro Is A Little Bit Of Everything. Their Music Stays In The Center Of Things Musically And They Keep Their Music Positive. They Combine Rock, Rap, Alternative, Pop And Metal Influences To Create Their Style Of Music. They Hope Everyone Enjoys Their Music And Supports Their Band. It`s all original music by CentrO

They have played before (actively 2011) & this year, they are coming back for real!
Here is a list of what they had played back in 2011:

June 2011 filam independence day Temecula

Oct. 01, 2011 Poetry & Music 5:00pm @ 36242 Indian Wells West Drive, Newark,
CA. 94560

Sept. 25, 2011 Samahan Samar / Leyte 7:00pm @ 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. Temecula, CA. 92592

Aug. 10, 2011 Kalye Hits 7:00pm @ 914 E 8th St. Ste 202 National City, CA 91950

Aug. 07, 2011 Philippine Cultural Arts Festival 10:00am - 7:00pm @ Balboa Park cor. Park Blvd. & President`s Way, San Diego, CA 92101

July 30, 2011 Filipino Family Day 10:00am - 5:00pm @ 2052 Entertainment Circle Chula Vista, CA 91911

June 11, 2011 Philippines Independence Day 10:00am - 3:00pm @ 41785 Nicole Ln Temecula, CA 92591

For more information about them, please visit their website:

Performance: Rodel Bagalso- singing RAP "Hip-Rock Kong Pagibig

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