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.