Al Mulla Ex­change hosts con­cert for Philip­pines

Kuwait Times - - WHAT’S ON -

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.”

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Kuwait

© PressReader. All rights reserved.