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  • Meet Margarita.
  • She sings. She plays the piano and the sax. She writes her own music. And she puts on one helluva show onstage. Her name is Margarita.
  • Margarita is a rarity in the local music scene. She is a mix of medium and message , a cross between creator and content .
  • Her artistry is expressed in her original compositions, several of which will finally be shared with the public via her soon-to-be launched, independently-produced debut CD on her very own MAP Records. The line-up of songs pays homage to her classical music heritage, celebrates her romance with rock ‘n roll, and carries on the tradition of heart-felt Original Pilipino Music (OPM).
  • Over the last three years, radio and TV audiences have begun to sample a taste of Margarita’s music through her sparse and soulful reworking of Boys Don’t Cry , the 80’s anthem written by The Cure;
  • Over the last three years, radio and TV audiences have begun to sample a taste of Margarita’s music through her sparse and soulful reworking of Boys Don’t Cry , the 80’s anthem written by The Cure; her pleading rendition of Pagkakataon , the theme from the Koreanovela Love Letters ;
  • Over the last three years, radio and TV audiences have begun to sample a taste of Margarita’s music through her sparse and soulful reworking of Boys Don’t Cry , the 80’s anthem written by The Cure; her pleading rendition of Pagkakataon , the theme from the Koreanovela Love Letters ; her sneak-in singles, Never Mind and Waldas , from the debut CD;
  • Over the last three years, radio and TV audiences have begun to sample a taste of Margarita’s music through her sparse and soulful reworking of Boys Don’t Cry , the 80’s anthem written by The Cure; her pleading rendition of Pagkakataon , the theme from the Koreanovela Love Letters ; her sneak-in singles, Never Mind and Waldas , from the debut CD; her heart-wrenching Yuletide ballad, Merry Christmas? , from her 2006 sampler;
  • Over the last three years, radio and TV audiences have begun to sample a taste of Margarita’s music through her sparse and soulful reworking of Boys Don’t Cry , the 80’s anthem written by The Cure; her pleading rendition of Pagkakataon , the theme from the Koreanovela Love Letters ; her sneak-in singles, Never Mind and Waldas , from the debut CD; her heart-wrenching Yuletide ballad, Merry Christmas? , from her 2006 sampler; and her brooding revision of Kiss Me by Sixpence None The Richer and the commissioned composition 100 Kisses , both featured in Unforgettable Kisses , a compilation CD celebrating the 100 th anniversary of Hershey’s Kisses Chocolates.
  • Margarita’s art is not limited to the recording studio though. Her performing persona is simply a masterpiece in motion. Her command of the crowd is spell-binding, honed by years of experience that have brought her to stages, lounges and bars both here and abroad.
  • Moreover, Margarita has managed to rack up a repertoire that offers something for everyone, from alternative rock to pop to dance to lounge standards to her very own original compositions.
  • One just has to ask: where else in the world can you find an artist who sings , plays the piano and the sax, fronts her own band, and manages to trade bubbly banter with an audience – all at once?
  • To top it all, this Margarita comes to you in a mesmerizing package. Her breathtaking beauty alone is already a crowd-drawer. And audiences have come to follow her around – a petite and pretty Pied Piper performing the music they love.
  • www.margarita.ph