Ryan Cayabyab

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Ryan Cayabyab
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Background information
Birth name Raymundo Cipriano Pujante Cayabyab
Also known as Mr. C
Born May 04, 1954 (age 53)
Origin Flag of the Philippines Quezon City, Philippines
Genre(s) classical, pop, jazz, religious
Occupation(s) conductor, composer, arranger, pianist, singer
Instrument(s) piano, multitrack recording (for his "One" series of albums)
Associated
acts
Philippine Madrigal Singers
Ryan, Ryan Musikahan (TV show)
Smokey Mountain
San Miguel Philharmonic Orchestra
San Miguel Master Chorale
Philippine Idol

Raymundo Cipriano Pujante Cayabyab, popularly known as Ryan Cayabyab (born 4 May 1954) is a Filipino musician, composer and arranger. His works include theater musicals, choral pieces, pop music and commercial recordings and musical scorings. He used to be the Director of the San Miguel Foundation for the Performing Arts and a resident judge of Philippine Idol in 2006.

He is married to Emmy Punsalan. They were blessed with two children, Cristina Maria and Antonio Maria. He and his wife run the Music School of Ryan Cayabyab.


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Early life and education

Her mother did not approve anyone in the family to pursue a profession in the music industry as she herself was an opera singer and she knew how meager the income is. Her mother passed away and his father was left to take care of him and his three siblings.

He took up a course in Business Administration in the University of the Philippines, Diliman (UPD). He supported his studies by working while studying. He worked under Salvador Laurel as an accompanist in the Development of the Philippines Chorale Ensemble. His skills in playing the piano was noticed and Laurel eventually gave him a scholarship. He then shifted and pursued a course in Music.


Career

After earning a degree in Bachelor of Music, Major in Theory and worked as a professor for two decades at UP in the Department of Composition and Music Theory. He planned to migrate to the US with his family but Danding Cojuangco offered him a post in the San Miguel Foundation for the Performing Arts. He served as its Executive and Artistic Director for seven consecutive years.

Among Cayabyab's projects was the Ryan Cayabyab Singers, a group of seven young adult singers who are similar to the former Smokey Mountain in the 1990's. He is also the executive director of the Philpop Music Fest Foundation Inc., which is behind the Philippine Popular Music Festival. The Philippine Popular Music Festival is a competition for songwriting which is exclusive for amateurs and professionals to encourage Filipinos to safeguard their own musical personality.


Some of his works

Among the movies that contain his original works are:

  • Deathrow (2000)
  • Azucena (2000)
  • Kahapon, May Dalawang Bata (1999)
  • Tatlo...Magkasalo (1998)
  • Anak ng Bulkan (1997)
  • Ang Lalaki sa Buhay ni Selya (1997)
  • Ligaya ang Itawag Mo sa Akin (1997)
  • Vulcan (1997)
  • Abot Kamay ang Pangarap (1996)
  • Inagaw Mo ang Lahat sa Akin (1995)
  • Closer to Home (1995)
  • Saan Ka Man Naroroon (1994)
  • Kailangan Kita (1993)
  • Ikaw Pa Lang ang Minahal (1992)
  • Hihintayin Kita sa Langit (1991)
  • Toyland ng Dalawang (1989)
  • Misis Mo, Misis Ko (1988)
  • Karnal (1984)
  • Desire (1982)
  • Aguila (1979)
  • Masikip, Maluwang...Paraisong Parisukat (1977)
  • Magandang Gabi sa Inyong Lahat (1976)
  • Kay Ganda ng Ating Musika


Discography

GREAT FILIPINO LOVE SONGS (2004) Track List:

  • Carlo Plamenco Magbago ka na
  • Bato sa Buhangin
  • Maalaala Mo Kaya
  • Ikaw
  • Minamahal Kita
  • Dahil Sa Iyo
  • Hindi Kita Malimot
  • Ang Tangi Kong Pag-ibig
  • Buhat
  • Gaano Ko Ikaw Kamahal
  • Ikaw ang Mahal Ko
  • Katakataka
  • Minamahal, Sinasamba
  • Saan Ka Man Naroroon
  • Lahat ng Araw

GREAT ORIGINAL PILIPINO MUSIC BY RYAN CAYABYAB (2001)

  • Tuwing Umuulan at Kapiling Ka (winner, 18th Awit Awards, Best Musical Arrangement)
  • Iduyan Mo
  • Kahit Ika'y Panaginip Lang
  • Paraisong Parisukat
  • Tunay na Ligaya
  • Nais Ko
  • Liman-Dipang Tao
  • Tsismis
  • Da Coconut Nut
  • Iniibig Kita
  • Paraiso
  • Awit ng Pagsinta (Epithalamium)
  • Hibang sa Awit

PASKO I

  • Kampana ng Simbahan
  • Heto na Naman
  • Namamasko
  • Tuloy na Tuloy pa rin ang Pasko
  • Sa Paskong Darating
  • Maligayang Pasko at Manigong Bagong Taon (Ang Pasko ay Sumapit)
  • Kumukutikutitap
  • Mano Po Ninong, Mano Po Ninang
  • Noche Buena
  • Heto na Naman ang Pasko
  • Maligayang Pasko
  • Pasko na Naman

PASKO II

  • Ngayong Pasko
  • Pasko Na Sinta Ko
  • Paskong Walang Hanggan
  • Himig Pasko
  • Miss Kita Kung Christmas
  • Isang Taong Lumipas
  • Ang Aking Pamasko
  • Ang Mahalin Ka
  • Anong Gagawin Mo Ngayong Pasko
  • Ang Naaalala Ko
  • Munting Sanggol
  • Payapang Daigdig

SPOLIARIUM: THE OPERA

  • Diyos Lamang ang Nakakaalam
  • Babalik Ka Rin
  • Dahil Sa Isang Bulaklak
  • Bituing Marikit
  • Kung Nagsasayaw Kita
  • Madaling Araw
  • Sa Ugoy ng Duyan
  • Bakas ng Lumipas
  • Sapagka't Kami ay Tao Lamang
  • Lagi Kitang Naaalala
  • Bayan Ko
  • Mahiwaga

THE SACRED WORKS OF RYAN CAYABYAB

  • Misa 2000
    • Kyrie
    • Gloria
    • Credo
    • Sanctus
    • Agnus Dei
    • Te Deum
  • Misa
    • Kyrie
    • Gloria
    • Credo
    • Sanctus
    • Agnus Dei
  • Aquesta Me Guiaba
  • Aba Po, Santa Mariang Reyna
  • Anima Christi

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

  • Home (KC Concepcion)
  • Beauty and the Beast (show version by Pinky Marquez)
  • A Change in Me (KC Concepcion)
  • If I Can't Love Her (Jett Pangan)
  • Beauty and the Beast (pop version by Luke Mijares)

GREAT ORIGINAL PILIPINO MUSIC FROM THE MOVIES

  • Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas
  • Kahit Isang Saglit
  • Pangako
  • Pangarap Na Bituin
  • Pagdating Ng Panahon
  • Kailangan Kita
  • Hanggang Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan
  • Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw
  • Iduyan Mo
  • Hanggang Ngayon
  • Tanging Yaman
  • Sinasamba Kita
  • Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin
  • Gaano Kadalas Ang Minsan
  • Paraisong Parisukat

DANCING IN THE RAIN

  • First Glance
  • Feels Like This Love Affair Is Gonna Last Forever
  • Frap For Two On A Beach In Cebu
  • Photographs Of You And Me, Together
  • Like Children Dancing In The Rain With Nothing On
  • Alone, Drenched In The Red, Orange and Gold Of A Manila Sunset
  • Grey Clouds! Grey Clouds! Its Beginning To Drizzle
  • Its Getting More Difficult To Explain Why I Do Things The Way That I Do
  • Almost Sunup And I Haven’t Slept
  • Last Trip To Boracay
  • This Is Beginning To Sound Like An Old Song
  • It Isn't The First Time Someone Left Me
  • Letting Go
  • Last Look

ONE

  • Bakya Mo Neneng
  • Mamang Kutsero
  • Hindi Kita Malimot
  • Saan Ka Man Naroroon
  • Tsismis
  • Dahil Sa Iyo
  • Liman-Dipang Tao
  • Minamahal, Sinasamba
  • Maalaala Mo Kaya
  • Kay Ganda ng Ating Musika

ONE CHRISTMAS

  • Heto Na Naman
  • Miss Kita Kung Christmas
  • Kumukutikutitap
  • Ang Aking Pamasko
  • Anong Gagawin Mo Ngayong Pasko
  • Ang Pasko ay Sumapit
  • Noche Buena
  • Pasko Na Sinta Ko
  • Himig Pasko
  • Payapang Daigdig

ONE MORE

  • Da Coconut Nut
  • Sa May Bintana
  • Paraiso
  • Nais Ko
  • Kahit Ika'y Panaginip Lang
  • Kailan
  • Awit ni Isagani - lyrics by Jovy Miroy
  • Mama
  • Paraisong Parisukat
  • Hideaway

ROOTS TO ROUTES (Pinoy Jazz II)

  • Sitsiritsit Alibangbang
  • Itik Itik
  • Ang Pipit
  • Pen Pen Di Sarapen
  • Telebong
  • Singkil
  • Manilac Lay Labi
  • Lulay
  • Leron Leron Sinta

THE SILVER ALBUM

  • Liman-Dipang Tao (Lea Salonga)
  • Araw Gabi (The Company)
  • Tunay na Ligaya (Ariel Rivera)
  • Iduyan Mo (Grace Nono)
  • Magbalik ka na Mahal (Kuh Ledesma)
  • Minsan ang Minahal ay Ako (Celeste Legaspi)
  • Once Upon a Life (Jay Cayuca, on the violin)
  • Mamang Kutsero (Apo Hiking Society)
  • Paraiso (Lea Salonga)
  • Kahit Ika'y Panaginip Lang (Agot Isidro)
  • Tuwing Umuulan at Kapiling Ka (The Eraserheads)
  • Nais Ko (Francis Magalona)
  • Sometime, Somewhere (Cocoy Laurel)
  • Kailan (Cayabyab's friends)


Awards and recognition

  • Awardee, Gawad CCP for Music, 2004
  • Recipient, CCP Centennial Honors For the Arts
  • Recipient, Antonio Barreiro Achievement Award
  • Recipient, Lifetime Achievement Award, Awit Awards, 1996
  • Recipient, Professional Award in music, University of the Philippines Alumni Association, 1998
  • Awardee, Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) of the Philippines, 1978
  • Winner, Onassis International Cultural Competition in Greece with his MISA 2000
  • Recipient, Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice, 2013







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