Month: January 2017

Sonata, music for a museum.

Sonata, music for a museum.

“If you wanted to know how pop music sounded like during the Rennaisance period, that was it,” said young soprano Stefanie Quintin, when she ended her first song Awake, Sweet Love by John Dowland. The one-liner was a smart way to start a classical concert, an icebreaker to a musical event that may be perceived…

By bi+c⦵ January 28, 2017 0

Davao is off to a great start in 2017

Davao is off to a great start in 2017

Torotot’s blared signaling the New Year. For Davao, a no-firecracker zone, shift back to the traditional merrymaking instrument has significantly diminished firecracker related injuries and casualties through the years and extinguishing the count. The program has become successful that the Davao Local Government Unit and Smart Communications turned it into an annual festival. A great…

By bi+c⦵ January 15, 2017 0

More 2016 gatherings

More 2016 gatherings

  Before we move on to more parties in 2017, let me tell you about a few more gatherings that made the recent holidays merry. The December 2016 calendar was penned with red dots as reminders of engagements to attend. Party was almost a daily occurrence and with that, a different buffet everyday. Everyone gets…

By bi+c⦵ January 8, 2017 0