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BINIBINI KO

By: Miguel Aguila

At a young of 16, his musical talent is already seasoned. Born on September 21, 1995, Miguel Aguila started singing professionally when he was six years old. He tells about how he scored the role of Luling, son of Juan Luna in "Spolarium," for which he won his first Aluw Award for Best Child Performer. "I was just passing by CCP, and they were looking for a Spanish-looking boy who has talent." He got spotted and was asked if he could sing. He sang "The Prayer," and that was it.
 
Later on, he would also star in Palipat-Lipat, Pasalin-Salin HIV | AIDS as the son of an OFW and AIDS victim. His most recent musical was "Song of Joseph," where he played both the teenage and adult Jesus Christ.
 
This three-time Aliw Awards Best Child Performer from 2004-2006 was elevated to Hall of Fame in 2007. Since he entered the entertainment scene, not a year passed when he was not recognized by various award-giving bodies such as the Asia-Pacific Excellence Awards, People's Choice Awards, Asian Star Achiever Awards, and more. Miguel proved his talents go beyond singing and acting when he became the Ballroom Dancing Champion (Kids Edition) in ABC 5's Shall We Dance.
 



 
A Two-Thumbs Up Six-Track Album For All Ages
 
"Singing is my biggest passion," says Miguel, and he's all geared up to promote his self-titled debut album under Viva Records. Miguel's contract with Viva came as a result of being at the right place at the right time. He elaborates, "We went to this ASOP, (referring to the show "A Song of Praise,") and Tito Jessie (established starmaker Mr. Jessie Chua) introduced me to Tito Vehnee," who then brought him to Boss Vic. Come April of 2012, he began recording his six-track album, consisting of "Baby I'm Yours," "Binibini Ko," "Iibigin Kita," "Sobra Kitang Mahal," Until You Forgive Me," which are all composed especially for him by Mr. Vehnee Saturno, plus a revival of Ariel Rivera's "Simple Lang."
 
Miguel expresses his joy for being able to do the cover of "Simple Lang" because he can relate to it. For him, any song is more enjoyable if you can easily understand the lyrics. He continues to briefly describe the other songs which for him have a chance to be chosen as the carrier single. "In 'Binibini Ko,' it's like I'm serenading. It can actually be used in beauty contests." 'Iibigin Kita,' with its emphatic declaration and promise of endless love, "has a very catchy beat. 'Baby I'm Yours' is more like a Bruno Mars dancing kind of thing," he says, giving a stress to the dancing part. "Lots of people say that there's no one yet like Bruno Mars that can dance. He does piano, he does guitar, but he never dances," and that is what Miguel can give his audience. Just as Boss Vic had in mind, he can be a male version of Sarah Geronimo. He is confident that the album will be enjoyed by the young and the young at heart.

 
A Fun and Fulfilling Adventure for a Natural Talent
 
What's refreshing about Miguel is that he doesn't look at what he's doing as strictly profession. "For me, there's no pressure. I enjoy it so much, it's more of play, and I just love to share my talents to people." To take care of his voice, he has some self-imposed discipline, "like no drinking cold water, no sweets, no ice cream," he shares with a smile. Vocalizing is also a daily habit. "Just practice and practice everyday," is his tip to those who want to be a singer.
 
As for acting in movies, Miguel says, "I would go for a role that I haven't done... something daring... I like horror," this young man reveals. He has starred in the movie "I Will Always Love You" as the brother of Angel Locsin, and in the indie film "Ina...Anak, Pamilya" with veteran actors Joel Torre, Eula Valdez and Angel Aquino. He was also part of the TV series, "Majika," which earned him many followers and admirers. Asked who he would like to be his love team partner or his partner in a music video, he replies "Kathryn (Bernardo). She's like my younger sister because we've worked together in Garfield before." Miguel did modeling for the said brand when he was little.
 
Miguel Aguila has already achieved a lot, and now, a bright future as a recording artist is for the taking. He's all excited to share with everyone this next adventure of his career.




Life

After studies in his native Montevideo, Águila moved to the United States in 1978, where he graduated from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He later studied in Vienna at the Hochschule für Musik and the Konservatorium while also working as a pianist, music teacher and occasionally conducting his works.

In 1987 Peermusic Classical published his first works, eventually incorporating most of del Águila’s works into their catalogue. American audiences embraced del Águila’s music in 1988 as he introduced his piano works at New York’s Carnegie Recital Hall, and, days later, Lukas Foss premiered his “Hexen” with the Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra. KKM-Austria and Albany Records NY took notice and offered him a recording contract in 1989 releasing five of his works in two CD’s the following year.

During the 1990s del Águila’s list of works grew, as did the number of his recordings, performances and honors, which by 1995 included the Kennedy Center Friedheim Award. Performances at Lincoln Center, the Royal Opera House, and in Moscow, Vienna, Zurich, Budapest, Prague, Tokyo, Rome, and other capitals began a decade of expansion and growth. After residing in Vienna for ten years, del Águila returned to the United States in 1992, making his home in Southern California. Before long Los Angeles Times critics welcomed him as “One of the West Coast's most promising and enterprising young composers.” During this time he founded and directed the young musicians’ group Voices (which provided free instruction, concerts and premieres), and became music director of Ojai Camerata.

New York’s Chautauqua Institution Summer Festival invited him as Resident Composer, where he remained until 2004 contributing new works, performances and literary articles. In 2005, Miguel del Águila accepted a two-year Composer-in-Residence position with the New Mexico Symphony Orchestra, through a Meet the Composer “Music Alive” Award. This marked the start of an intensively creative period that culminated with the fully staged premiere of his opera Time and Again Barelas, commemorating Albuquerque’s tricentennial.

By 2008 first-rate orchestras, ensembles and soloists were regularly commissioning and performing his works worldwide. These included almost fifty orchestras, over two hundred chamber ensembles and soloists, and virtually every country in Asia, Europe and the Americas. Currently del Águila’s catalogue reaches over a hundred works for all genres.

Miguel del Águila was honored with the Lancaster Symphony Composer of the Year Award 2009, the Peter S. Reed Foundation Award 2008, MTC Magnum Opus/Kathryn Gould Award 2008, as well as awards by The Copland Foundation, and the Argosy Foundation for Contemporary Music.

 




Compositions

Chamber

  • A Conga-Line in Hell, Chamber Orchestra
  • Clocks, Piano and Ensemble
  • Herbsttag, Mixed Trio
  • Hexen, Bassoon and Ensemble
  • Life is a Dream, String Quartet
  • Pacific Serenade, Clarinet and Ensemble
  • Presto II, String Quartet
  • Salon Buenos Aires, Chamber Orchestra
  • Toccata, Chamber Orchestra, Piano Solo
  • Wind Quintet No. 2
  • Summer Song, Oboe and Piano

Orchestral

  • Conga for Orchestra
  • Back in Time
  • Caribbean Bacchanal
  • Concerto for Clarinet and 15 Instruments
  • Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra
  • Piano Concerto
  • Rondo Roto, Woodwind Solo and Orchestra
  • The Fall of Cuzco
  • The Giant Guitar
  • Violin Concerto

Choral

  • Ave Maria, Treble Chorus
  • Requiem, Mixed Chorus, Vocal Soloists and Orchestra

Piano

  • Conga for piano
  • Sonata No. 2


 
 
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