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De­bussy), Clar­inet Con­certo (Aaron Co­p­land) which com­prises two move­ments with a jazzy feel and in­spi­ra­tions from Brazil folk mu­sic.

The MPO also per­forms Peace­ful Dance Of Two Dragons (Iso­taro Su­gata) which con­tains el­e­ments of an­cient Im­pe­rial Ja­panese mu­sic. The con­certs con­cludes with Dr Atomic Sym­phony (John Adams), in­spired by the first atomic ex­plo­sion in New Mex­ico in 1945.

Tick­ets are be­tween RM30 and RM120. For book­ings, call 03-2051 7007 or go to dfp.com.my. n FOOT­STOOL Play­ers, who pre­sented BOH Camero­nian Arts award­win­ning Crazy Lit­tle Thing Called Love, re­turns with a spe­cial 10th an­niver­sary pro­duc­tion called Seeds.

Join the team as they re­visit some au­di­ence-favourite sketches from their ear­li­est years, as well as brand­new ma­te­rial. Seeds fea­tures eight sketches in the style of drama­tised sto­ry­telling, fea­tur­ing a mix of com­edy and drama, and suit­able for all ages. Colin Kirton, Jonathan Tan and Sean Low di­rect and lead the cast.

Check out their per­for­mance on Satur­day (8pm) at Subang Jaya Assem­bly of God (Life­Point), 14 Jalan SS13/3A, Subang Jaya in Se­lan­gor. For more de­tails, call Donny Tan (03-5634 7706 or e-mail donny.ttw@ gmail.com.

Seeds tours across Malaysia till Nov 19. For the com­plete per­for­mance sched­ule, go to foot­stool­play­ers.com/ per­for­mances2.htm. n THE Kuala Lumpur Per­form­ing Arts Cen­tre (KLPac) presents Paul Loosley’s Os­car On Film on An­thony Asquin’s The Im­por­tance Of Be­ing Earnest, based on Os­car Wilde’s novel.

The 1952 com­edy-drama, sub­ti­tled A Triv­ial Com­edy For Se­ri­ous Peo­ple, was sadly (and pos­si­bly in con­se­quence) Wilde’s last play. It is a satire on how, in Wilde’s world, mar­riage, re­spon­si­bil­ity, wealth and birthright mat­ter more than hon­esty, love, af­fec­tion and hon­our, and that ev­ery­one is al­ways pre­tend­ing to be some­one they are not. Star­ring Michael Red­grave and Edith Evans.

Show­time is Oct 23 (3pm) at Indicine, KLPac, Jalan Strachan, Sen­tul Park in KL. Free ad­mis­sion. For more de­tails, call 03-4047 9000 or go to klpac.org.

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