Witness this youthful virtuosi’s concert featuring Bach's classics and Beatles’ hits

Jace Amodo
PUBLISHED March 6, 2018 02:39 pm
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(Inside Manila) Music will once again fill the halls of the Ayala Museum as it is set to open a wide array of concerts and music programs this year, including their first ever Rush Hour Concert with the Manila Symphony Orchestra.

The Manila Symphony Orchestra is well-known for their mash-up program that pits pieces of Baroque period German composer and musician Johann Sebastian Bach and the Beatles’ classic hits. Now, breathing a new air to just that is the internationally awarded Manila Symphony Junior Orchestra (MSJO), who won second place at the 11th Summa Cum Laude International Music Festival in Vienna, Austria.

A display of versatility in performing classical concertos and Beatles’ most popular hits, this youthful virtuosi’s concert is a must-see. Rush Hour Concert is happening on March 15, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Ayala Museum’s Ground Floor Lobby. Regular tickets are at P700 while discounted rates are at P500 for Senior Citizens and P300 for students; available at the museum’s ticket counter or at www.ticketworld.com.ph.

Can’t go this month? Rush Hour Concerts with MSJO will also be held on April 26, June 14, August 9, September 6, and November 8.

The Ayala Museum is located at Makati Avenue corner Dela Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Makati City, and is open Tuesday to Sundays, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit www.ayalamuseum.org or follow Ayala Museum on Facebook.



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