Celeste Legaspi

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Celeste Legaspi (born 18 March 1950) is a Filipino singer and actress.wikipedia
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Music of the Philippines

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She spearheaded the Organisasyon ng Pilipinong Mang-aawit (OPM), a group which aimed to promote and propagate Original Pilipino music.
The more major commercial Philippine pop music artists were Claire dela Fuente, Didith Reyes, Rico Puno, Ryan Cayabyab, Basil Valdez, Celeste Legaspi, Hajji Alejandro, Rey Valera, Freddie Aguilar, Imelda Papin, Eva Eugenio, Marco Sison, Nonoy Zuñiga, Leah Navarro, Cinderella, Tillie Moreno, Ric Segreto, Janet Basco, Boyfriends, Hotdog, VST & Co., and many others.

Cesar Legaspi

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She is the daughter of National Artist for Visual Arts Cesar Legaspi.
His daughter, Celeste Legaspi, is now a singer and a actress.

Glamorosa

The series also brings Gloria Diaz, and Lotlot de Leon with Celeste Legaspi.

Show Boat

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While in college, she appeared in Show Boat as Magnolia followed by her performance as Nancy in the Philippine presentation of Oliver!.

Oliver!

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While in college, she appeared in Show Boat as Magnolia followed by her performance as Nancy in the Philippine presentation of Oliver!.

Miriam College

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Her singing career flourished upon shifting her course to Communication Arts at Maryknoll College (now Miriam College).

Didith Reyes

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Then she became part of the Time Machine which at the time had a songstress named Didith Reyes and Anthony Castelo who would both conquer the OPM charts in the years ahead.

Cultural Center of the Philippines

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Legaspi's career rose further upon joining the ASEAN Tour in 1975 followed by a solo concert at the Cultural Center of the Philippines' (CCP) Little Theater where Rolando Tinio, one of the Philippines' literary geniuses, featured her in Filipino translations of popular songs at that time, most of the songs appeared in her Celeste ... Popular Songs Vol.

Rolando Tinio

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Legaspi's career rose further upon joining the ASEAN Tour in 1975 followed by a solo concert at the Cultural Center of the Philippines' (CCP) Little Theater where Rolando Tinio, one of the Philippines' literary geniuses, featured her in Filipino translations of popular songs at that time, most of the songs appeared in her Celeste ... Popular Songs Vol.

Barbra Streisand

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Celeste Legaspi claims she is greatly influenced by Barbra Streisand, Liza Minnelli, Lena Horne, and Ella Fitzgerald.

Liza Minnelli

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Celeste Legaspi claims she is greatly influenced by Barbra Streisand, Liza Minnelli, Lena Horne, and Ella Fitzgerald.

Lena Horne

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Celeste Legaspi claims she is greatly influenced by Barbra Streisand, Liza Minnelli, Lena Horne, and Ella Fitzgerald.

Ella Fitzgerald

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Celeste Legaspi claims she is greatly influenced by Barbra Streisand, Liza Minnelli, Lena Horne, and Ella Fitzgerald.

Hajji Alejandro

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She sang the part of the first woman in the play "Tales of the Manuvu" (1977), where she shared the stage with Hajji Alejandro.

Lino Brocka

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Legaspi appeared in films such as Lino Brocka's Santiago (1970), Stardoom (1971) and Sa Kabila ng Lahat (1991), Mamang Sorbetero (1979), Tatlong Ina, Isang Anak (1987), Anak ng Pasig (1993) and Ishmael Bernal's Wating (1994).

Ishmael Bernal

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Legaspi appeared in films such as Lino Brocka's Santiago (1970), Stardoom (1971) and Sa Kabila ng Lahat (1991), Mamang Sorbetero (1979), Tatlong Ina, Isang Anak (1987), Anak ng Pasig (1993) and Ishmael Bernal's Wating (1994).

Tokyo

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She won several awards including Outstanding Performance award from the Song Festival in Tokyo, Japan, where she sang "Puso Mong Nagmamahal" (1976), Tinig Awards for live entertainment (1977, 1979, and 1990), and the Aliw Award for Entertainer of the Year (1978).

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