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Contest on for symphonic music inspired by Banaue

MUSIC THAT extols the beauty of the centuries-old rice terraces and traditions of the Ifugaos is at the heart of the newly launched Banaue International Music Composition Competition (BIMCC), said Josefino “Chino” Toledo, the competition’s artistic director. “The restoration has been underway for a few years now but this competition was made to further gain […] The post Contest on for symphonic music inspired by Banaue appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource: bworldonline bworldonlineMar 13th, 2018

Multimillion international symphonic composition contest launched to save Banaue Rice Terraces

An international symphonic competition has been organized to highlight efforts at preserving the Banaue Rice Terraces. Sponsored by Universal Harvester Inc., with the Municipality of Banaue, the tilt seeks to give tribute to the music and culture of rice-farming communities living around the terraces. The International Symphonic Competition for Banaue Rice Terraces Restoration was announced in a press conference hosted by Universal Harvester at the Rizal Ballroom of Makati Shangri-La hotel. The rice terraces, which consist of five clusters in Banaue and Kiangan municipalities, are considered a cultural and natural heritage. They are inscribed in the World Heritage L...Keep on reading: Multimillion international symphonic composition contest launched to save Banaue Rice Terraces.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 11th, 2018

Refugee baby inspires French Eurovision quest

Mercy was born in March 2017 on the Aquarius, the vessel which rescued her Nigerian mother as she attempted the perilous crossing from Libya to seek a new life in Europe. Like so many before, the people smugglers had little regard for their human cargo and the boat she sailed on soon began to sink. Madame Monsieur --- Emilie Satt, 29, and Jean-Karl Lucas, 35 --- were rehearsing in the studio when they saw a photo of the just born Mercy on Twitter. "We were really moved by this story; we wanted to put into music the feelings it inspired in us," they told AFP in an interview. Then when they were chosen to represent France at this year's Eurovision contest in Lisbon, "We kne...Keep on reading: Refugee baby inspires French Eurovision quest.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 7th, 2018

Andy Grammer promises fans high-energy performances in PH show

While some pop artists burst into the scene at a young age and enjoy a meteoric rise to fame, others take a longer path to success, like the American pop-rock/soul artist Andy Grammer. He started to write songs at 15. He studied music in his early 20s. But it wasn't until he was 26 that he was discovered while playing on the streets of a shopping and dining district in downtown Santa Monica, California. And then, finally, at 30, he scored his first Billboard Top 10 hit with country-inspired pop tune "Honey, I'm Good." But Andy wouldn't have it any other way, even if given the choice. "I'm really grateful for all the success I have had. And in many ways I'm thankful that I had to wo...Keep on reading: Andy Grammer promises fans high-energy performances in PH show.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 3rd, 2018

Youtube Fanfest, Creator Camp & Taytay Tiangge – Manila Vlog – Manila Video

Hi mga bibies! (Quack!) Welcome to another vlog. Hope you enjoy and please like and subscribe! Love you all! XOXO ⬇️ Music ⬇️ Dj Quads – Gonna Miss U Joakim Karud – Keep On Going Dj Quads – Downtown Funk Ikson – Nowhere LAKEY INSPIRED – Better Days ⬇️ Vlogging Gears ⬇️ • MAIN Camera… link: Youtube Fanfest, Creator Camp & Taytay Tiangge – Manila Vlog – Manila Video.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsMay 27th, 2018

What Anne Curtis and Karylle Love About Korean Music and Drama

Before 2017 ended, Anne Curtis and Karylle announced that they're officially business partners. The two ladies opened a KTV restobar named Rockstar, which features themed rooms inspired by musical legends like Beyonc, Prince, and Elvis Presley. There's also a K-pop room because both Anne and Karylle are avid fans. "I've always wanted to be a partner for a KTV. So when K called me and said that they're opening Rockstar, I was so happy!" Anne told everyone. "This is a place where non-singers can become superstars. Just like me!" She also showcased her singing talent, together with Karylle and Spongecola vocalist Yael Yuzon, with Celine Dion's "It's All Coming Back." In the middle...Keep on reading: What Anne Curtis and Karylle Love About Korean Music and Drama.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 4th, 2018

Poetry, music, performances at literary fair Wordello

Literary Fair Wordello May 5, 5 p.m. onwards Casa Real, Acacia Ave., Acacia Estates, Taguig City IN A GRAND ancestral home this Saturday, some of the country’s finest writers and poets will gather for Wordello, a gothic-themed literary fair and fund-raiser inspired by the Poetry Brothel in New York. Hosted by the Likhaan Creative Writing […] The post Poetry, music, performances at literary fair Wordello appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2018

How To Cop BTS’ Fashion Sense

"Music is not just about listening anymore... You can see it nowadays...the visuals are very important," BTS' Suga said in aBillboard interview last February. Indeed, fashion is essential in the success of any K-pop group and BTS obviously is killing the game. Their outfits at the 2017 AMAs red carpet has captured the attention of esteemed fashion publications, includingVogue. Even our own Kris Aquino has been converted to afull-fledged fan because of one of their Gucci jackets. They are well on their way to becoming fashion icons so we can't blame you if you would get inspired to start following their fashion sense. Get your wallets ready because the boys don't skimp on clothes. ...Keep on reading: How To Cop BTS’ Fashion Sense.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 29th, 2018

Jessica Hagedorn’s ‘Gangster of Love’ goes onstage

  SAN FRANCISCO --- Singer, songwriter and poet Golda Sargento has been cast to play Raquel "Rocky" Rivera in Jessica Hagedorn's play "The Gangster of Love."   This world premiere, based on Hagedorn's novel of the same title, concludes Magic Theatre's 2017--18 season and will be helmed by the group's artistic director Loretta Greco.   Inspired by Hagedorn's own immigration story from Manila to San Francisco, the play is about Rocky Rivera and her eccentric family who live in the Haight area during the 1970s. Amidst a time of conflict, social change, and artistic flourishing, Rivera comes of age as she interacts with other immigrant artists---poets, music...Keep on reading: Jessica Hagedorn’s ‘Gangster of Love’ goes onstage.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 22nd, 2018

Call for entries to FASO’s first orchestral composition contest

LOS ANGELES -- The Filipino American Symphony Orchestra (FASO), the only Filipino symphony orchestra outside of the Philippines, is calling for entries to its International Orchestral Composition Competition. The orchestra launched its first composition competition to promote Philippine folk music and to commemorate its 10th anniversary this year. FASO, which is under the musical direction of Robert "Bob" Shroder, is encouraging composers to submit original compositions for full orchestra (no vocals) that incorporate themes from any Philippine folk songs and are between three and five minutes in length. The winning composition will have its world premiere in FASO's 10th anni...Keep on reading: Call for entries to FASO’s first orchestral composition contest.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 5th, 2018

Koreas combined women s hockey team debuts in friendly

By Kim Tong-Hyung, Associated Press INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — Wearing a powder-blue logo of a map symbolizing peace between the Koreas, the most talked-about team at this year's Olympics finally saw game action Sunday in a friendly that drew thousands of spectators in a country that never previously showed much passion for ice hockey. The North and South Korean women's hockey players, who only began practicing together about a week ago as a combined team, showed plenty of fight in their first competitive test, crashing the boards and throwing their bodies to stop pucks and opponents, but never really threatened in a 3-1 loss to world No. 5 Sweden in Incheon, South Korea. The Koreans will play Sweden again on Feb. 12 during the Olympic tournament. But the outcome didn't seem to matter to the capacity crowd of 3,000 at the Seonhak International Ice Rink. Fans waved miniature white-and-blue flags showing a unified Korean Peninsula — the same mark on the players' uniforms — and chanted "We are one" while screaming whenever the Koreans got on the break. The arena thunderously erupted when South Korean forward Park Jong-ah cut the deficit to 2-1 during the first period. The Korean players stood to the Korean traditional tune of "Arirang" at the start of the game, instead of their respective national anthems, and received warm applause as they left the arena after the contest. "I think that the North Korean players played really well — this is one of the biggest crowds they played in front of," said Sarah Murray, the joint team's Canadian head coach. "Being added 12 days ago and not getting to practice together all that much, they played our system pretty well, so I am proud of them." The team's North Korean coach, Pak Chol Ho, said the Koreas "can do anything if they do things as one." He left the postgame news conference without taking questions. The joint Koreas team highlights a series of conciliatory measures the war-separated rivals took for the Pyeongchang games, which South Korea sees as an opportunity to revive meaningful communication with North Korea following an extended period of animosity and diplomatic stalemate over the North's nuclear program. The Olympics begin Friday, with Pyeongchang, a relatively small South Korean ski resort town, hosting the skiing, snowboarding and sliding events, and Gangneung, a coastal city about an hour's drive away, hosting the hockey, skating and curling events. North Korea plans to send hundreds of people to the games, including athletes, officials, artists and a 230-member cheering group. Skeptics think the country is trying to use the games to weaken U.S.-led sanctions and pressure and buy more time to advance its nuclear weapons and missiles arsenal. The decision to create the joint hockey team, which wasn't reached until January, triggered heated debate in South Korea, where many people thought the South Korean players were being unfairly asked to sacrifice playing time to their North Korean teammates, who are seen as less skilled and experienced. Murray, who coached South Korea before taking over the combined team, had also expressed concerns over team chemistry. Sunday's friendly was Murray's only opportunity to experiment with potential lineups in game situations before the start of the Olympics. She previously said the North Koreans' hard-hitting style would be suited for her fourth line, a group of players asked to provide physical play in short bursts while giving their teammates with greater scoring responsibilities a chance to rest. But after seeing them in practice and now in game action, she sees potentially bigger roles for some of the North Koreans, including Jong Su Hyon, a forward who Murray says has broken onto her second line. "They are eager to learn and get better," Murray said about the North Koreans. "We have been having team meetings with them and they ask so many questions. The meeting's supposed to be 15 minutes, and an hour later we are still talking and we are still watching video." The Korean players, at least on the surface, appear to be getting along. They arrived at the arena Sunday relaxed and playful, stretching and jumping in the hallway to get loose before gathering in a scrum and shouting "Team Korea!" Seven of the players later formed a circle and started kicking around a rubber ball, giggling whenever the ball bounced away from them. Amid a heavy police presence, hundreds of supporters began gathering outside the stadium hours before the game despite the icy weather, including dozens who danced to music in matching white parkas and hoodies with the peninsula logo and shouted "Win, Korea!" "I don't even care about the results, I just want to cheer for them and see them work together and help each other out on the ice," said Kim Hye-ryeon, 42, who brought her two children, 8 and 6, to the game. Kim Won-jin, a 33-year-old who made a several-hour trip to the game with his wife and 3 1/2-year-old son from the city of Daejeon, hoped the Korean players had overcome any uneasiness they may have had over the distribution of playing time. "If we ever get unified again, these young players of the South and North will be able to look back and be proud that what they did contributed to a historic change," he said. Not everyone was happy. Across the street from the arena, dozens of anti-Pyongyang activists glumly waved South Korean and U.S. flags to denounce what they said had become the "Pyongyang Olympics." They roared as one of the protesters ripped the banner of the peninsula logo atop a van......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 5th, 2018

Award Winning Music Artist, Jon Bon Jovi and Acclaimed French Winemaker, Gérard Bertrand Join Forces to Launch a Premium Rosé Wine

Award winning music icon, Jon Bon Jovi and acclaimed French winemaker, Gérard Bertrand, have joined forces to launch a premium rosé wine label, Diving into Hampton Water, soon to be available in the US market. The venture was inspired by Bon Jovi’s son, Jesse Bongiovi, former Notre Dame football player, who played a pivotal role […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsJan 28th, 2018

Fil-Am artists join George Takei’s ‘Allegiance’ in LA staging

LOS ANGELES --- Filipino American theater artists Marc Macalintal and Cesar Cipriano will be part of East West Players' staging of the musical "Allegiance," which opens in February.   Lea Salonga played Kei Kimura, the sister in a Japanese American family forced to stay at an internment camp during World War II, in the musical's Broadway run in 2015.   George Takei reprises his role as the brother in this staging, to be helmed by EWP's artistic director Snehal Desai, at the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center's Aratani Theatre.   With music and lyrics by Jay Kuo and book by Kuo, Marc Acito, and Lorenzo Thione, the musical is inspired by Ta...Keep on reading: Fil-Am artists join George Takei’s ‘Allegiance’ in LA staging.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 10th, 2018

Awesome Christmas gift ideas for the Pinoy sports fan in your life

Christmas season is here, and along with the cold weather comes the bevy of various NBA games and sporting events that makes any Pinoy sports fan feel the Holidays even more. What better way to make the sports fan in your life happy this Yuletide season than to give them some awesome athletics gear? In this list, we try and offer some great gift ideas for your special someone who happens to be a sports fan.  From your loved one, to your family, friends, and even your inaanak, we've got you covered. Official NBA Apparel No professional sports league celebrates the holiday season better than the NBA.  From its special uniforms, to its yearly tradition of cheery commercials, and its epic slate of Christmas day games, the Association certainly knows how to tickle each and everyone’s holiday soft spot. For the NBA fan in your life, there are lots of choices in officially licensed apparel. Nothing else comes close than wearing your favorite player or team’s threads. Official jerseys and shirts that have licensed logos and designs? This is a classic gift, a no-brainer. NBA Tops  Stephen Curry Nike Statement name and number tee (P1,395) NBA Shorts Cleveland Cavaliers Nike Swingman Shorts (P2,975)   NBA for Youth Los Angeles Lakers Toddler Logo Tee (P1,295)   NBA Caps Golden State WarriorsTwo-tone Wordmark Strapback (P1,790)   Sneakers Nike KD Trey5 V (P4,795) Fresh set of kicks Imagine going to your family Christmas trip with new sneakers on. That’s just the best feeling for any sports fan, and you can help them by trying out any of these fresh kicks. adidas Harden Vol. “1 Driveway” (P8,500) Inspired by Houston Rockets superstar James Harden and his early basketball days, adidas introduces Harden Vol. 1 Driveway. Taking design cues from Harden’s LA home, the latest edition features a cream upper with contrasting Primeknit threads and suede toe shroud.     The Driveway colorway is now available in select adidas retailers and shop.adidas.com.ph. adidas EQT Cushion ADV(P7,500) An evolution of the original EQT Cushion 91 model, the EQT Cushion ADV shoe design features a fluid Primeknit upper with welded synthetic overlays and structural nubuck quarter panels, accented by webbing tape 3-stripes marks, and reflective accents The EQT Cushion ADV will be available in select adidas stores and shop.adidas.com.ph starting 7th December 2017.  adidas Ultraboost ATR (P9,995) Got a runner in the family? Help them shatter their excuses with the latest additions to the UltraBOOST family. The adidas Ultraboost ATR is designed to empower runners and encourage them to embrace any condition whether rain, hail, darkness or cold.  It has features that can help withstand even the most unpredictable weather. The new UltraBOOST All Terrain and UltraBOOST X All Terrain are now available in adidas.com.ph/UltraBOOST and leading adidas stores and retailers.  Merrell Chameleon 7 Stretch in Boulder (Php 5,995.00) The Merrell Chameleon 7 collection is inspired by the adaptable animal itself, and it recently got an upgrade. This core style and fan favorite features an iconic look, style, durability and function. Check out the Chameleon 7 collection in Merrell stores at Glorietta 3, TriNoma, SM North EDSA Annex, Market! Market!, Robinsons Place Manila, Festival Mall, SM Dasmarinas, Marquee Mall, Harbor Point, SM City Cebu, SM Iloilo, SM City Davao, SM Lanang, Abreeza Mall, Gaisano Mall Davao, LimKetKai Mall, and Centrio Mall, select specialty & department stores nationwide and online at merrell.com.ph.   Ultraboost laceless (P10,000) adidas has broken down barriers by working closely with athletes to test and re-work its renowned PrimeKnit upper to create a compression fit which supports and guarantees peak performance from the wearer without the need for laces.  The UltraBOOST Laceless hit stores on 6th December 2017, and retails in shop.adidas.com.ph and leading adidas stores and retailers.   Sports Tech Fitness has become a common interest and lifestyle among many Filipinos as different types of workouts become more accessible and convenient.  These advanced peripherals from Samsung would make anyone drool. Whether your loved one is a fitness nut, or a tech geek, they’ll certainly appreciate the features of each gadget that’s packed into such a luxurious piece of technology. Gear Icon X (P8,490) Listening to music to get that extra pump during your workout is made easier with the Gear IconX.  No more running with your phone in hand and tangled cord because while the Gear IconX are wireless Bluetooth earphones, you can also load them up with your favorite workout playlists. It also boasts up to 7 hours of battery life.   Samsung Gear Sport (P14,990) This device can do everything from tracking your exercise and calorie intake down to replying to notifications and playing music. This smartwatch is packed with functionalities yet comfortable to wear.   Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro (P8,990) Featuring a minimalist, no-nonsense aesthetic, the Gear Fit 2 Pro offers flawless functionality and seamless integration with your smartphone. You have the option to custom design exercises and goals, and let the software do all the heavy lifting when it comes to tracking your progress.  You can get your own Samsung Gear device starting November 17, 2017 in Samsung Experience Stores, partner retailers, Lazada, and Abenson.com.      A piece of history Adidas Telstar 18 (P6,500) Telstar 18, the official 2018 FIFA World Cup™ game ball is the perfect gift for the dedicated football fan.  It pays homage to the first ever adidas World Cup ball, the 1970 Telstar. It’s a reinvention of the classic with a brand new panel design and the latest in ball technology and it will be used by the world’s best players as they seek to claim the biggest prize in football next summer. The Telstar now available at select adidas retail stores and the adidas online shop at shop.adidas.com.ph. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 15th, 2017

NU Pep Squad s plan to make history: start first, end at first

Will there be another fairy tale ending for the NU Pep Squad? The once whipping team of the UAAP Cheerdance Competition has dominated for four straight years. Come Saturday at the expected sold out MO Arena, they shoot for a five-peat and history.     NU is once again out to put on a fantastic show to wow the audience and the judges. With another win in this year's competition, they can finally sit beside the UST Salinggawi Dance Troupe in the elite club of five-peat winners. The Espana-based squad lorded the contest from 2002 to 2006, a feat the Sampaloc-based squad wants to duplicate.      NU will perform first in a complete field of competitors with the return of the UP Pep Squad which took a leave of absence last year. Outdoing themselves  For four straight years and since the implementation of a new judging format, the NU Pep Squad seemed to have mastered how to hit each criteria and earn the necessary points to emerge victorious. The rest of the field, on the other hand, has struggled.   With the NU Pep Squad setting the standard, the challenge of outdoing themselves has been getting harder and harder each year.     “Pinakamahirap ‘yun, to compete with ourselves,” said NU coach Ghicka Bernabe. “Kasi minsan alam mo na ang capacity mo, alam mo na ang weakness mo. Pero may mga times na hindi pa pala yun ang limit namin.” “Sometimes we argue amongst ourselves na, ‘Hanggang dyan na lang ba? Ito na ba ang best?’ Pero kasi dito sa NU walang word na the best. Hindi nagi-exist ang word na ‘best’,” she added. “Kasi sabi nga nila it’s a process of learning. ‘Yung pag-champion mo after that day tapos na ‘yun, hindi ka na champion. ‘Yun lang sa araw na ‘yun.” “Kinakalaban namin ang standard namin in a way na hindi kami pwedeng ma-satisfy kung ano lang ang mayroon kami ngayon. Kailangang mag-exceed kami doon sa limit. Kailangang mag-exceed kami sa imagination and mag-exceed kami sa expectations ng lahat ng supporters namin.” Into the blue NU has been setting the bar higher each year. From Arabian nights, to Pocahontas, to cavemen, and to beyond outer space, NU Pep Squad's themes have left its indelible mark on the audience.   With their concepts turning into hits and putting on a show that always seemed to top their previous performances, one could just imagine the time and effort spent by Bernabe and her coaching staff to concoct something fresh and new.    The mentor admitted that they had sleepless nights deliberating and debating on what concept and theme to use the past four years but not on this one. The coaching staff this time didn’t need to dig deep in their seemingly bottomless bag of tricks for a magical theme. This one has been in their list of options since Day 1 of their dynastic rule of the competition. “Siguro ‘yung concept namin ngayon, every year naming nagiging idea pero hindi natutuloy. Siguro kasi hindi pa niya panahon,” said the former FEU flyer. “So siguro dumating na ang time niya. Ito na ang right timing, ang tamang panahon.” “Kasi for four years na nag-champion kami lagi siyang part ng option pero never siyang nanalo na maging theme namin for that season,” she added. “Ito lang ‘yung year na wala kaming pinagdiskusyunan, we never had any argument or long discussion.” “Nu’ng sinabi namin na, ‘I think chance na nung theme na to na maipakita ng NU’. Ito ang pinaka-shortest na brainstorming ng mga coaches. Yun nga ito na yung tamang panahon para sa concept.” But aside from the extravagant costumes and props that they’ll use in the performance, it’s how they intend to execute the mix of the theme, music and their routines that's Bernabe’s most proud of. “Mahirap siyang i-execute kasi eh,” said the mentor. “Parang lahat kami paano natin ipapakita ang theme? From outer space, another something new. Something under naman tayo ngayon.” Breaking the curse For Cheerdance Competition pundits, no team has ever won the title performing first. NU is looking to break that curse. “May isa ngang nag-comment sa social media na, ‘Wag kayong magpakampante kasi wala pang nag-champion na first performer,’” said Bernabe, who was the one who drew NU’s order of performance during the drawing of lots. NU will open the competition followed by the DLSU Animo Squad, Adamson Pep Squad, FEU Cheering Squad, UE Pep Squad, UP Pep Squad, UST Salinggawi Dance Troupe, and Ateneo Blue Babble Battalion. But even with the odds of the draw going against them, Bernabe is optimistic that their performance won’t be easily forgotten by the judges. “May sumagot nga doon sa nagsabi nu’n (na wala pang nanalo na first performer) na supporter naman ng NU na, ‘Oo ngayon mo pa lang masasaksihan.’ Something na ganoon na ngayon pa lang mangyayari and mayroon namang nagsabi na, ‘Kayo ang magsi-set ng standard, NU.’ So parang positive pa rin naman yun,” Bernabe said. “Pero still ‘di naman kami robot na insensitive, manhid o walang pakiramdam. Nandoon pa rin ang pressure, never mawawala ‘yun. Nandoon din ang kaba, nerbiyos at fear,” added the mentor......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 1st, 2017

LISTEN: Noel Gallagher releases new song, ‘It’s a Beautiful World’

MANILA, Philippines – When Noel Gallagher makes headlines, it’s usually for some expeletive-laden comment ( most likely aimed at his brother, Liam ) but underneath all that noisy brashness, the Oasis frontman has still been making sweet music. His band, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, released a Kanye West-inspired song, “Fort Knox” in October, and now they’re ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 17th, 2017

LISTEN: Keith Urban releases feminist anthem

NEW YORK, USA – Country star Keith Urban, also known as husband of Hollywood A-lister Nicole Kidman, Wednesday, Novmeber 8 unveiled a feminist empowerment anthem inspired by the abuse scandal that brought down Harvey Weinstein .  Urban unveiled the song "Female" at the Country Music Association Awards ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 10th, 2017

IN PHOTOS: Klea Pineda's chill music fest-inspired debut

IN PHOTOS: Klea Pineda's chill music fest-inspired debut.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsMar 26th, 2017

Teener wins half a million at ASOP Music Festival 2016

Last week I sat as a judge in the finals of ASOP Music Festival, a songwriting contest of gospel songs under the auspices of UNTV- Breakthrough and Milestones Productions, Inc. at the Smart Araneta Coliseum......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsNov 20th, 2016

SHINee’s retro-inspired album tops iTunes, Korean charts

Five-member K-pop boy band SHINee topped iTunes and Korean music charts with their new album......»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsOct 6th, 2016

Draw and win

Artists busy themselves with pencils, crayons and paper at the Manila Bulletin Sketchfest at the Mall of Asia’s Music Hall in Pasay City on Monday. About 800 participants joined this year’s on-the-spot drawing contest, which has for a theme .....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsAug 29th, 2016