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Saringhimig Singers performs before a full house at St. Anthony
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The Saringhimig Singers, a Bay-area based award-winning singing group, performed to a full house Sunday at St. Anthony of Padua Church.

The group, conducted by Maestro George Hernandez who arranged some of the musical numbers performed, is celebrating 41 years of music excellence this year. Although the current members come from varied professions, They share a common passion for singing under the artistic direction of Hernandez.

Sunday’s program included spiritual numbers and traditional Philippine songs.

Joining the Saringhimig Singers in the performance were the members of St. Anthony of Padua School’s Children’s Choir directed by Emelie Diaz.

Admission to the concert was free; however, free-will offerings will benefit the Santo Nino fiesta celebration. The Santo Nino Ministry of St. Anthony is a group “dedicated to serve our parish and our community through prayer and action,” and is “committed to spread and live the Word of God in order to inspire ourselves, our youth and each other, to lead Christian lives.”