One of the most awaited musical events is Fete de la Musique, the annual music festival that promotes music through a free-for-all event in more than 700 cities in 120 countries every year. This 2019, Fete de la Musique is celebrating its 25th year in the Philippines. To mark its longevity, they will continue to produce several main stages across Metro Manila and in six other cities all over the country, along with over 50 pocket stages. As always, it will cover different music genres, proving that there’s music for everyone.
Musica FEUROPA, Far Eastern University’s annual choral competition and festival with the European Union in the Philippines as its principal partner, grows in size and stature every year. It’s set to return this year on May 25 and 26, 2019 in the recently retrofitted Auditorium of Far Eastern University, Manila.
There’s plenty of homegrown talent in the music scene and there will be another opportunity to showcase our best musicians, this time at the Pinoy Playlist 2018, Ito ay Atin, Sariling Atin, an annual music festival showcasing the complexity of Filipino musicality curated by Maestro Ryan Cayabyab, Moy Ortiz, and Noel Ferrer.
Lupe Fiasco, one of hip hop’s most prominent artists, is returning to the Philippines for a one-night concert at Cove Manila tonight!
Each year, the whole world celebrates Fete de la Musique, a music festival spanning 800 cities and 120 countries, with simultaneous concerts in different venues for different musical genres. The best part? The performances are free since the goal is to make music accessible to anyone, anywhere. In the Philippines, Fete has been celebrated for 24 years, and this year’s lineup is set to become more exciting!
One of the most iconic musicians of the late ’90s to the early ’00s was Ja Rule, who had songs like “Always on Time,” “I’m Real,” and “Between Me and You.” Now, Filipino fans can relive the earlier decades because the rapper will be in Manila for a concert!
A few months ago, I suffered a breakdown. The weight of work, demotivation, and lack of rest came crashing on me and I was left in a rubble of sleepless nights, mediocre work, and a rising pile of deadlines. I was able to acknowledge the mess I was in quickly and began steps to rebuild my life. One of the things that helped me was music.
When it comes to singing, it’s a known fact that Filipinos are incredibly talented. Just take a look at the singers who have made names in reality shows, theater, and the industry abroad. The ones who have built their careers here are just as good, like BoybandPH, whose members are the first winners of the musical reality show Pinoy Boyband Superstar.