Project of the Skyline College/North San Mateo County
Oral History Archives, Skyline
Student project for LSCI 110 – Digital Oral Research Project,
“Filipinos, Immigration and Music”
Click on the links below to hear
audio segments from a November 2004 interview by Aprilene Dionisio with
Michael Brito, an American born Filipino who has been able to use his culture to build a music career.
Michael Brito during a live ComposurE performance.
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Basic information about Michael Brito.
In this segment, Michael describes
the situation that forced his family to immigrate to the
Michael describes the sacrifices
that his family made in order to be able to immigrate to the
Michael spending an afternoon with his family.
A description of the environment that Michael grew up in.
Michael with the men of his family.
Michael describes the impact of the Filipino culture on his life today.
Michael explains how music became a major aspect in his life.
Michael’s group ComposurE
performing at a Filipino cultural event in
Michael describes how he has been able to incorporate music into his everyday life.
The members of ComposurE.
A list of the musical groups and singers that have inspired Michael.
A reflection on the discrimination that Michael and his R&B group have witnessed.
A taste of Michael’s musical talent.
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last revised: 1-21-05
by Eric Brenner, Skyline College, San Bruno, CA
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