Al Mulla Exchange hosts concert for Philippines
Al Mulla Exchange organized a musical event for the Philippines community in Kuwait on the 14th and 15th of July. HE Ambassador of the Philippines to Kuwait, Renato PO Villa was the chief guest at the event on 14th July. The following day the event honored Hengie Vargas Taton RN, the president of Pinoy Nurses Association Kuwait, as the chief guest.
Musical sensations, Aia de Leon and Joshua Desiderio, were hosted to provide their fans in Kuwait a wholesome entertainment for two days. The duo belted out songs that were dear to the audience and had them swaying as they stole the thunder on the stage. Aia is the former vocalist of the band Imago, popular for their timeless hits such as Akap, Sundo, Taralets, and Anino. Aside from providing the distinctive vocals on their tracks Aia de Leon is also a songwriter whose songs combine truth and vulnerability. Her words and melodies have captivated thousands of her fans.
After leaving the band, she continued to enthrall her fans with scores like “Tao Lang.” She later went on to team up with indie music artists Carlos Castano and Edward Enriquez to produce her new record. Joshua Desiderio is a composer, known for Flames: The Movie (1997), Malakas! Using ABCD for the Design of Sustainable Cities (2010) and Party Pilipinas (2010) among others. He is a well-known face in the Philippines and abroad. The main sponsor of the event was BDO (Banco de oro), along with Philippine Airlines the travel partner, City Van the logistic partner and German Press the print partner.
Speaking to the media, Rakesh Joshi General Manger Al Mulla Exchange, thanked all the sponsors for making such a wonderful event possible, and added that the Philippines community in Kuwait have offered their valuable patronage to the company for a long time. “Al Mulla Exchange has organized several shows in the past to provide our customers entertainment with a homely flavor. The Filipino expatriate community are part of our strong and loyal customer base, and events of this nature are a token of our gratitude to them.”