The Manila Symphony Orchestra’s Maestro Arturo Molina

Maestro Arturo Molina’s pedigree in Philippine music is unquestionable. With family into classical, jazz, and opera, and in both fields of performance and education, the Maestro is the one of the latest in the line of professionals to uphold the heritage of national music with the Molina name. Starting at age six under Adriano Garcia, … Continue reading The Manila Symphony Orchestra’s Maestro Arturo Molina

Eat all you can, Eat all you want at Cabalen Iloilo

Straight up, you'll know how Filipino Cabalen is. From their interiors to their food choices, it's all so Pinoy. I've heard people discuss about its limited food choices, but once you get to the buffet tables, you'll see more than 30 authentic Filipino dishes! That's not limited at all when you think about purely Filipino … Continue reading Eat all you can, Eat all you want at Cabalen Iloilo

The Manila Symphony Orchestra

The Manila Symphony Orchestra (MSO) is on its 91st year. As Asia’s first symphony orchestra, founded in 1926 by Dr. Alexander Lippay and reorganized in 2001 by its longtime concertmaster, the late Prof. Basilio Manalo, until the present under the baton of Professor Arturo Molina, it produces a broad, year-round program that celebrates its legacy … Continue reading The Manila Symphony Orchestra

Globe Art Gallery features Hans Brumann’s “Variations in Mother of Pearl”

As part of Globe Telecoms advocacy for creativity and innovation, Globe Art Gallery features the works of Hans Brumann, an exhibit that explores the use of unconventional materials, like kamagong and molave, coral, nacre or mother-of-pearl. This is in partnership with one of the oldest and most prestigious art galleries in Manila, the Hiraya Gallery. … Continue reading Globe Art Gallery features Hans Brumann’s “Variations in Mother of Pearl”