Established on 27 October 1986, OPM is the leading organization of professional singers in the Philippines.
It is a non-stock, non-profit corporation duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
A Board of Directors (BOD) governs the organization and comprises of 7 elected members.
The OPM Secretariat headed by an Executive Director supports the BOD in running the organization.
ARTISTS JOIN US NOW! we are here for you.
Hone talent and work ethics through training, workshops, and mentorship.
Advocate the growth of the local Filipino industry and foster patronage of local artists in the country.
Provide legal assistance and uphold the rights of singers under Philippine and international laws.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Vice-President for External Affairs
Vice-President for Internal Affairs
Vice-President for Special Projects
Chairman of the Board
Jose Mari Chan
Ma. Dinah Remolacio
Membership & Social Media Specialist
Events & Program Specialist
Barbara Angel "Barbie" Quintela
Relanne Red Denoso
We seek to nurture a society cognizant and appreciative of Filipino singers as world-class professional talents
that have competitive advantage in the world’s arena.
In so doing, OPM’s mission is to advocate policies promoting Filipino music
and protecting singers’ rights by:
Ensuring the correct implementation of policies promulgated by the government;
Safeguarding the members’ rights through legal assistance;
Continuously encouraging Filipinos to support the singers and original
Filipino musical compositions by providing platforms on which the singers can showcase their talents;
and Providing training and education for the singers’ professional development.
Come and join us now, just download the form and send back.
+632 631 1022
+632 633 0640
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REGISTRY OF FILIPINO ARTISTS
The Philippine Music Registry is a virtual catalog of Filipino musical artists including composers,
lyricists, arrangers, singers and musicians, and their published OPM songs.
The project was funded by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA)
and a component of the OPM program for the Protection of Filipino Music Performers’ Rights, Welfare Promotion and Social Mobilization.