The Rush Hour Concert Series at Ayala Museum will ease your traffic woes on August 19
With Latin-inspired pop and OPM music courtesy of the Manila Symphony Orchestra
(SPOT.ph) Rather than sitting in the virtual carpark that is EDSA during rush hour, why not stay put and enjoy a full hour of good music? Ayala Museum, together with the Manila Symphony Orchestra, will be presenting its latest installment in their Rush Hour Concert Series on August 19 at the ground floor lobby of the Ayala Museum at Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa Street, Makati. The hour-long show entitled “Music on Fire” starts at 6:30 pm and will be featuring the Manila Symphony Orchestra with Arturo Molina as their conductor, violinist Sara Maria Gonzales, and guitar expressionist Noli Aurillo.
Expect the Manila Symphony Orchestra to be “On Fire” as they perform the works of noted composers like Argentinian Ástor Piazzolla and their renditions of Latin-inspired pop and OPM pieces.
Earlier this year, The Rush Hour Concert Series featured “Bach vs Beatles,” “Mozart and More,” and “Soundtrack and Symphonies.”
Ticket prices are as follows:
P400 (Ayala Museum members, AGC employees, senior citizens, MSO subscribers, ARC members)
Check out the Ayala Museum’s website for more information.
Photo from the Ayala Museum’s Facebook page