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Ayala Museum’s classical concerts kick off this June

Ayala Museum’s classical concerts kick off this June

This upcoming month of June is riddled with gigs and concerts aplenty—we’re expecting the Queen of Pop, Britney Spears herself, and 2 big names in the alternative rock and pop punk scene, The Maine and State Champs, among others. 

For the entire month of June, Ayala Museum will be running series of musical concerts. These will feature locally and internationally renowned artists and groups of differing genres on the more classical side of the spectrum: operatic, orchestral, jazz, blues—you name it.

These performances will be both a commemoration of the long-established classical genre and an introduction to the slow, symphonic culture of music for listeners both young and old.

We’re looking forward to soprano Stephanie Aguilar, tenor Nomher Mival, and pianist Gabriel Allen Ferros Paguirigan as they pay homage to famous opera singer and actor Mario Lanza; international jazz songstress Charito and her crew as she gives new life to classic songs by various composers of old; and the Manila Symphony Orchestra, Kabataang Gitarista, Makiling Singers, and the Manila Symphony Junior Orchestra—four highly talented ensembles that will enrich the crowd’s listening experience with full-bodied sound and harmonious blending, which are expected of such groups of their calibre.

Admittedly, Ayala Museum’s June Concerts will stray from the definitive indie bar gigs today’s youth are accustomed to, but the acts that will play are of a totally different albeit still-beautiful genre of sound.


Check out the full schedule and pricing details below:

1 JUNE
YOUTH ON STAGE
THE AMERICAN SONG BOOK: MARIO LANZA REVISITED

Performed by Soprano Stephanie Aguilar and tenor Nomher Nival, with Gabriel Allen Ferros Paguirigan on piano.
Take a journey through memory lane and re-visit the golden age of movies and radio with the original cross-over artist, and the person who introduced opera to the masses.

P1000 LIMITED PREMIER
P700 REGULAR
P560 Ayala Museum Members, AGC Employees, ARC Members
P500 Senior Citizens
P300 Students

8 JUNE
JAZZ SESSIONS
CHARITO: AMERICAN GOLD STANDARDS

International jazz artist Charito will feature songs from her latest work recorded with jazz icons John Clayton, Jeff Hamilton in the arrangement of Tamir Hendelman. Charito has recorded with Ivan Lins, Michel Legrand and Harvey Mason on past special projects.  This was a chance to pay tribute to the Great American Songbook. It was all about breathing new life to the classic songs by Irving Berlin,Gershwin, Cole Porter, Jobim and more.

P1000 LIMITED PREMIER
P700 REGULAR
P560 Ayala Museum Members, AGC Employees, ARC Members
P500 Senior Citizens
P300 Students

16 JUNE
REVOLUTIONARY: THE MUSIC OF JULIO NAKPIL

An Independence Day Concert premiering the music of Julio Nakpil in the 21st century performed by the Manila Symphony Orchestra with the special participation of Mr. Raul Sunico.

P1000 Regular
P700 Seniors Citizens, Ayala Museum Members
P300 Students, AGC Employees, ARC Members

22 JUNE
GUITAR NIGHTS:
KABATAANG GITARISTA AND MAKILING SINGERS

Youthful artists give their own spin on traditional Filipino composition on the next installment of Guitar Nights at the Ayala Museum, including the songs Mutya ng Pasig, Sa Kabukiran, Sampaguita, and many more.

P1000 LIMITED PREMIER
P700 REGULAR
P560 Ayala Museum Members, AGC Employees, ARC Members
P500 Senior Citizens
P300 Students

29 JUNE
RUSH HOUR CONCERTS
THE ROAD TO VIENNA: THE MANILA SYMPHONY JUNIOR ORCHESTRA

Music is ageless, and this is no more evident in the passion and dedication of our Junior Orchestra.
This year, the MSJO qualified to compete in the 11th Summa Cum Laude International Music Festival in Vienna, Austria this July. The SCL Festival’s Competition Category only accepts highly qualified ensembles to participate, and the MSJO will be required to perform a carefully selected program in front of a jury of some of the most respected figures of classical music. It will be held in the famous Golden Hall of the Musikverein, in Vienna, Austria.

P1000 LIMITED PREMIER
P700 REGULAR
P560 Discounted
P500 Senior Citizens
P300 Students

* Prices when bought at the Ayala Museum ticket counter. Tickets are also available at TicketWorld and TicketWorld.com.ph. Online service fees and additional charges may apply.

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