A Moro legend to hang on the wall, sculptural receptacles that offer food for thought, and furniture artfully done in handsome wood beckon people to see “Triangulo,” an exhibit of works by National Artist Abdulmari Asia Imao, his son Juan Sajid, and Claude Tayag, at The Gallery of Greenbelt 5.
The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO) will give its final performance for its concert season on April 20 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Main Theater, 8 p.m., with Russian pianist Sofya Gulyak, first woman grand-prize winner of the Leeds International Piano Competition, as featured performer, under the baton of Olivier Ochanine, PPO principal conductor and music director.
Music fanatics have darn good reasons to go gaga during the second quarter of 2012. We feel it only fair to warn your bank accounts for yet another spending spree, because after Holy Week, the concert mayhem resumes with a loud bang. Expect a veritable mishmash of comeback artists and rescheduled tours, with alt-punk and heavy rock turning on the heat full blast in April.