It was that rainy Sunday evening when Angela and decided to hang out and eat after our weekly choir service in Baste. We are both foodies at heart and since we’re already in Quiapo, we decided to walk going to Binondo and have a taste of anything Chinese. Ahhh chinese food. from dimsums to dumplings to rice toppings and all – the unique taste and aroma makes it so enticing not just for us but to all foodies who also loves it. And in our current foodventure, Mr. Ube never

So many ones have come along, Some drifting, some unaware, some with some kind of hold. And you have held me for so long beneath a borken reverie, a sill made out of stone. And though I never moved, succumbed to your embrace, still you went on without a trace. There’ll always be that someone else who’ll love me once again. The days and nights they pass me by, they swiftly go beyond my breath, I’m left with but a sigh. Though every color seems to fade, a gentle rainbow

I had a chance to watch the world-renowned the Philippine Madrigal Singers and the Swingle Singers last September 8. Both groups are celebrating their 50th anniversary, and I’m so thankful that I got to see them share the stage, along with my officemates who are both MADZ fanatics. As I arrived from the CCP lobby, I saw some familiar faces: MADZ alumni members, conductors and choristers from different choral groups and many more. The people are all ecstatic to see the MADZ and the Swingles perform. The first few songs

We work, we play, we dance, we sing. We had our own ups and downs (most of them work-related teehee!) but we managed to smile and laugh about it. Despite the hasty environment that we’re having right now, we see to it that we all do our best to roll and to have fun. Like the one that we had few {months|weeks|days} ago, we sneaked in at one of the loudest bars in the metro. We all drinked, danced and party all night till we’re all dizzy because of the

Enchanting. Beautiful. Moving. This is how I describe this song composed by Z Randall Stroope. Beautifully sung by the world-acclaimed Philippine Madrigal Singers, the song “We beheld once again the stars” (Riveder de stelle) is one powerful song that can definitely move mountains. This is one of my personal favorite from the MADZ. Another thing that I like about the song is the lyrics itself that is taken from Dante Algierri’s “The Divine Comedy”. I can’t help but to feel the song’s movement and the thirst of freedom. Here are

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