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God must have choreographed the fate of this dance group. They have different personalities, different aspirations, yet they manage to get along together and dance to the same rhythm. Together, they showcase the praise-worthy talent of Batanguenos. And as a group, they are bringing it all back to God. They call themselves the ALIGMA Dance Troupe. ALIGMA Dance Troupe was formed back in 2002. Mark Louie Tepace (team leader and main choreographer), Ryan Sabaybay, and Andrei were altar knights at the Redemptorist Church when they were in high school. They’ve been dancing since then and had even tried singing as choir members in Lipa Cathedral where they met Brian Dalangin. Youth for Christ member, Jun Michael Cabrera was the fifth man to complete the pioneering members of ALIGMA Dance Troupe. You may be wondering where they got the group’s name and for so many times they were probably asked how, they only have one answer: “Wala lang kami maisip pero gusto naming maging unique”. True enough, you would only get to hear the term ‘aligma’ from them and because of them. From then on, they had attracted young dancers who have the same passion for dancing. They even reached the point of had too many members, going 30-40. Currently, they are 15 in the group, moving and grooving with every opportunity that comes their way. They have been competing in different dance competitions in the province and have tried claiming exposure and chances on a nationwide scale through ABS-CBN’s reality dance competition, U Can Dance in its Sayaw Barangay portion. It doesn’t end there. When you put your heart into anything you’re good at, great things will be at hand. ALIGMA Dance Troupe will conquer Australia in the World Supremacy Battlegrounds this 21st of November. Exactly how huge this opportunity is! They will battle against the best dancers of Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, and Hong Kong.



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