Liederabend: a night of singing and classical guitar music

Lieder. It’s one of my favourite musical genres. Mozart, Bach, Schubert, and Schumann music were, for me, very intersting to study and sing. And I look forward to listening these music, as delivered by this duo of the male voice and warm guitar strings. — Ayala Museum and IPAV, Inc. in partnership with Lufthansa, Official Airline, present Liederabend: […]

The Russian Romanticism of Manila Symphony Orchestra

The beauty of Russian Romanticism is that it’s hard to pin down. Sensuous in certain parts, exuberant in others, it is both textured and simple, intense, but controlled. To define it into a word or a phrase is a disservice to its identity and heritage; so what better way to showcase the true qualities of […]

Touringkittyps: When in Europe…

…do as the Europeans do! But of course, be mindful of yourself and your belongings. So, for this edition of Touringkittyps, here are five important things you should be doing when in Europe. Always bring your passports. Especially that you are not within the jurisdiction of your own country, it’s best to have your passports […]

Touringkitty Sings and Travels: Balesin Island Club

Up until now, I still marvel at the thought that I get to do two things I love the most, even beyond marriage and motherhood–singing and traveling. For my first working trip this year, I was off to a beautiful island called Balesin. Balesin is managed by Alphaland Corporation. It is a members-only resort so […]

Cusina Home introduces a Natural and Safe Dishwashing Liquid

Since having a child, my main concern is cleanliness at home. Especially with dishes, because this is the most used item at home on an everyday basis. So I only choose natural products, as much as I can, for washing my dishes. And I am very meticulous with the smell, its effectivity in cleaning, and […]

Brotzeit Junior Chef@Work with Mommy Bloggers Philippines

Summer is synonymous to workshops. This summer alone, my little learner is taking ballet, just finished swimming, and taking day workshops, like this recent one we attended in Brotzeit Shangrila Plaza. And I missed Germany because of the overall feel of the restaurant. Since it’s all about brot, or bread, I assume the kids were making […]

#KoristaAko: Acapellago

Singing in harmony is second nature to Filipinos. Admittedly, when a melody is heard, we (secretly) hum a second voice into it. And with the advent of a cappella singing in movies and TV (think Glee and Pitch Perfect), and competitions like Akapela Open, more Filipinos are getting hooked in a cappella music. Which positively translates to […]