Maniya Barredo

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Maniya Barredo is Josephine Carmen Imutan Barredo, also known as Honey Barredo. She is a prima ballerina, a coach, and a teacher.

She was born in Manila on 19 November 1951. As a dancer and trainor, she was distinctly well-defined by various critics. She was noted on her music's visible manifestations by John Unterecker; a beautiful, a real find and has the makings of a great ballerina by Clive Barnes; a superb artist, who could favorably compare with the greatest, the rest of the world has to offer by National Artist Leonor Orosa-Goquingco; and the country's first prima ballerina assoluta by Felecitas Layag-Radaic. She danced and created roles in the ballets both in the Philippines and abroad including "The Legend of the Sarimanok", "Difficult Years", "Swan Lake", "Cinderella", "Ali Baba", "The Sleeping Beauty", and "Romeo and Juliet".

Awards

She was also a recipient of numerous awards.

  • Gawad CCP sa Sining in 1992
  • the Bruna P. Seril Advancement of Philippine Culture Award, New York in 1988
  • TOYM Award 1987
  • Atlanta Pacesetter
  • Is listed in the Who's Who from 1980, Who's Who in the World of Women in 1983, Who's Who in Music, USA in 1984
  • Patnubay ng Sining at Kalinangan Award, 1978
  • JDR III Fund grant, Aliw award in 1977


Reference

  • Villaruz, B.E.S. "Altar". In CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine Art, 1st ed., Vol. 5, 188. Philippines: CCP Publications Office, 1994.
  • Human Development Sector. Sulong Pilipina! Sulong Pilipinas! A Compilation of Filipino Women Centennial Awardees. National Centennial Commission -Women's Sector. Taft Avenue, Manila:1999.


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