What does Ating Himig mean?

In Tagalog Ating Himig means “our melody”, but to us it means so much more. Through our collective voices we’ve learned how to empower one another, truly defining what it means to be a family. We found ourselves to be fun, silly, and authentic; but we’ve also found ourselves to be passionate, determined and hardworking. To us, Ating Himig represents what we believe PCE is all about; finding your home away from home.

Ating Himig is PCE’s non-audition choir. Along with holding biweekly practices throughout the year, Ating Himig also holds Open Mics each quarter.

Keep a look out for more off-campus performance opportunities!


When are practices?



Baker 180-107


Baker 180-107



Fr: DJ Himig

Hi hello pamilya(family)!! We cannot wait to be your Ating Himig coordinators and see what this year brings. Just another reminder that we are a non-audition choir so don’t be afraid to just come and have fun with your friends! We’re ready to sing our hearts out with you all!! <3


Some Nights (PCN 29)

I’m in Here Ating Himig x Modern Collab (PCN 29)

Pray / Hallelujah (PCN 29)

May Bukas Pa (PCN 29)

Sunday Candy (PCN 28)

Let It Be (PCN 28)

Amazing Grace / Ultralight Beam (PCN 28)

Can’t Help Falling in Love (PCN 27)

Dahil Sayo (PCN 27)

On My Way Home (PCN 27)