Mr. Gay World pageant, March 13 sa Club Mwah!
By: Dennis Adobas
Tuloy na tuloy na at wala nang urungan ang Mr. Gay World international personality-talent search na sa unang pagkakataon ay gaganapin dito sa Pilipinas! Sa March 13 na ito at guess kung saan ang venue? Not less than the globally popular Club Mwah!
Yes, ang Club Mwah na siyang venue ng mga world-class na palabas at siyang favorite venue for private parties, product launches, business confabs at kung anik-anik!
More than 30 countries na ang nag-confirm na magpadala ng kanilang representative!
Mr. Boy Abunda, the King of Talk will host the finals night on March 13 with able assistance from Miss International Precious Lara Quigaman and Wilma Doesnt.
The Manila Chamber Orchestra Foundation, in partnership with the Filipinas Heritage Library, closes its “Young Artists Series 2011” with the performance of one of the country’s most promising young tenors today, Nohmer Nival slated on March 17, 2011, 7:00 p.m. at the Filipinas Heritage Library (formerly Nielson Tower), Ayala Triangle, Makati City. This concert is made possible with the support of BusinessWorld, Highlife and Lyric Piano.
Nohmer is winner of the 2007 National Music Competition for Young Artists (NAMCYA). With his beautiful tone, liquidity of phrasing and most of all, his inept musicality, Nohmer has performed in most of the major productions produced by the UST Conservatory of Music including the zarzuelas “Bukas May Liwanag” by Dr. Rose Ruertollano, “Something to Crow About” by National Artist for Literature Dr. Alejandro Roces, Peter Illych Tchaikovsky’s opera “Eugene Onegin” and Johann Strauss’ “ Die Fledermaus”.
Nohmer continues to hone his artistry through attending workshops and masterclasses held in the country including those given by American voice pedadogue Dr. Marcin Keenza, Austrian-based Filipino tenor Abdul Candao, Italian tenor Gian Luca Pasolini, and the sensational Filipino tenor, Arthur Espiritu.
Nohmer is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Music degree in Voice Performance under the tutelage of renowned tenor Randy Gilongo at the UST Conservatory of Music. A former member of the UST Liturgikon Vocal Ensemble, he regularly performs at Paco Park and at the Concert at the Park.
For this concert, Nohmer will perform music by Rossini, Tosti, Vaughn, William and Donizetti.
For tickets, please call TicketWorld at 891-9999, MCO Foundation at 750-0768 or 0920-9540053 and Filipinas Heritage Library at 892-1801 or 0927-5612413.
(The MCO Foundation is a non-stock, non-profit, 25-year old organization; dedicated to the promotion of cultural arts. Its “Young Artists Series” is one of the Foundation’s programs which aim to give the experience, endorsement, and exposure to young and highly-talented artists through performance opportunities.)###