On March 15 at the Music Museum, a dream will come true and a milestone will be set. A full concert with the string section of the Manila Symphony Orchestra in a sizeable theater and our modest collection of original songs is a major feat for us. And we hope to share the experience with everyone who believed and fell in love with our music.
To our friends and followers, your support in this independently produced concert by our band and our label Lilystars Records will mean a lot in our effort to bring you more music and support other independent artists. Joining us in this event as our guests are Filipino-Australian singer-songwriter Bryan Estepa, who is flying all the way from Sydney as part of his Philippine tour to promote his latest album; and Jing Reyna-Jorge, a crossover Soprano singer, violinist and former vocalist of Sugar Hiccup. Flying from Dumaguete is upcoming singer-songwriter Meagan Trees to open the night.
The string orchestra arrangements are written by our good friend Jojo Gatmaitan, a former member of the Manila Symphony Orchestra. To give you a preview of what to expect during the show, here is an audio sample of Solitary North Star with his digital arrangements applied:
We can’t hardly wait to perform our songs with MSO! See you there!
The sound of the orchestra is one of the most magnificent musical sounds that has ever existed. – Chick Corea
THE CAMERAWALLS: Above The Weather is presented by Lilystars Records in partnership with Jam 88.3. Sponsored by Loyal, Aliya Surf Camp, Baler, Aurora, Rufo’s Famous Tapa, Sonic State Audio, Ophelia & Co., Jorge’s Portrait Studio, Pinoytuner, Billboard Philippines, Bandwagon Philippines and Uber Philippines
Orchestra Side: P1,500
Orchestra Center: P2,000
VIP: P2,800 (with free remastered album)
For reservations, inquiries, ticket meet-ups/delivery and other payment options contact Lilystars at 09053849495, 09987900125 or 09164004343. Tickets are available at Music Museum Ticketron, Jorge’s Portrait Studio and Online at http://thecamerawalls.eventbrite.com
Photography and Poster Design by Angelo Maniquis
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