Feeling burned out by your busy schedule at work or school?
KAMI learned about several events in Metro Manila this week that might take away your stress!
The details of these exciting events were featured on Philippine Primer.
1. Konsiyerto ng Kundiman 2018
Traditional Filipino love music is getting a spotlight in this event, with the eight finalists of the competition performing Kundiman with Manila Symphonic Junior Orchestra and the Mabuhay Singers.
The event is on July 31, 2018, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM, at the Little Theater Lobby, Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City.
2. The Hotel Summit and Expo 2018
This event, from August 1 to 4, 2018, at the SMX Convention Center, Seashell Lane, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City, brings together hospitality brands and products from all over the world to help Filipinos start investments, find business partners and receive expert advice about the hospitality industry!
3. Hybrid Interplay: Realistic Impressionism by Ricky Montilla
Art enthusiasts are in for a treat! This event showcases Ricky Montilla’s art, which is known for its combination of realism and impressionism, classic and modern.
The gallery can be viewed at ArtistSpace, Ayala Museum Annex, Ground Level, Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa Street, Makati City, from August 1 to 14, 2018, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
4. WOFEX: World Food Expo Manila 2018
One of the biggest food shows in the country is back! Taking place at SMX Convention Center and World Trade Center in Pasay City, from August 1 to 4, 2018, this event will showcase a variety of food, dishes and tools for the food lovers out there.
5. Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival
Movie geeks, screenwriters, storytellers and directors should definitely check out this year’s film festival on August 3 to 12, 2018, at various venues of the CCP and selected Ayala cinemas.
Here are some of the movies that will be featured: “Distance” by Percival Intalan; Kung Paano Hinihintay ang Dapithapon (Waiting for Sunset) by Carlo Enciso Catu; “Kuya Wes” by James Robin Mayo; “Liway” by Kip Oebanda; “Mamang” by Denise O’Hara; “ML” by Benedicto Mique Jr.; “Musmos na Sumibol sa Gubat ng Digma (Unless the Water is Safer than the Land)” by Iar Lionel Arondaing; “Pan De Salawal (The Sweet taste of Salter Bread and Undies)” by Che Espiritu; “School Service” by Luisito Lagdameo Ignacio; and, “The Lookout” by Afi Africa.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines and the Cinemalaya Foundation are set to roll out the red carpet for the 14th edition of the country’s biggest independent film festival, the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival, and selected Ayala Cinemas.
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