Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are priced at RM35 for adults and RM25 for students who opt for normal seats. Meanwhile, those opting for premier seats can purchase tickets at RM45 for adults and RM35 for students.
For bookings, call 03-7960 0439 or e-mail boxoffice@pjla. com.my.
For more information, visit www.pjla.com.my. n DON’T miss out on a remarkable spectacle where technology converges with the arts this Saturday, 8.30pm, at Pentas 1, Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC).
The show Longing, will combine contemporary dance and theatrical performances with multi-media art projections.
Presented by the Nordlandia/ South East Asia Art Company, this unique production is a collaboration between Malaysian music composer Adeline Wong, Singaporean classical string quartet T’ang Quartet and solo cellist Ørnulf Lillebjerka and dancer Kristin Holand from Norway, among others.
Tickets are priced at RM25 for students, and range from RM35 to RM60 for adults.
Also, KLPAC will play host to a romantic comedy, Boom, by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb tomorrow and Saturday at 8.30pm and at 3pm on Sunday. It then continues from Feb 21 to 26. Showtime is at 8.30pm, except for Feb 26 (at 3pm).
The hilarious production revolves around two students who find that the hope of the entire human race rests on their shoulders when a global catastrophic event strikes.
Tickets are priced at RM23 (preview night tomorrow), RM23 for students and RM35 for adults.
KLPAC is located at Sentul Park, Jalan Strachan in KL.
For more information, call 034047 9000 or visit www.klpac. org. n DUTCH lite jazz diva Laura Fygi returns to Kuala Lumpur for a two-night stint at the Dewan Filharmonik Petronas (DFP) next Tuesday and Wednesday.
The 56-year-old Amsterdambased singer aims to paint the town red with a showboat “greatest hits” set backed by MPO Big Band arrangements.
Ever the flamboyant entertainer, Fygi, who has done numerous hotel/dinner engagements and Genting shows here in the past, is the populist draw among pop jazz fans.
She will be performing jazz standards such as Fly Me To The Moon, Cheek To Cheek and Fever this Saturday (8.30am) and Sunday (3pm).
The concert, presented by the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO), will inspire audiences with George F. Handel’s most popular organ concerto The Cuckoo And The Nightingale and Organ Concerto No.4 In F (Op. 4).
Conducted by Nicholas Mcgegan, the MPO will also take on the works of Johann S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No.3 and Arcangelo Corelli’s Concerto Grosso (Op. 6) No.4.
Joining forces with Mcgegan is international organist Jennifer Bate. She is the first British woman and third British artiste to be conferred the Personnalité de l’année award. To date, Bate has given recitals in 50 countries, mostly in France and Italy. Tickets are priced at RM30, RM60, RM90 and RM120.
For bookings of both shows, call the DFP box-office at 032051 7007 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit www.dfp.com. my. n ERYKAH Badu, the First Lady of Neo-soul, is finally set to perform in Kuala Lumpur after her aborted appearance at the Sunburst Festival here two years ago. The countdown is on for her show at the Plenary Hall, KL Convention Centre, KL, on Feb 28. n SING your heart out with the Choir of the Philharmonic Society of Selangor. This Pj-based community choir will be taking in new members for its 2012 cohort.
Besides being a regular performer in various community and corporate events, the choir also produces its own shows. Choir members can look forward to Music From Movies And Musicals 4, a production featuring music from both the stage and the silver screen such as Grease, Sound Of Music and Lion King.
No experience is required although the ability to read notes would be an advantage. Orientation (for new recruits) begins at 7.15pm followed by open rehearsals from 8pm to 10pm on Feb 20 at Ann Perreau’s Studios, Global Business Park, Block A, 1st Floor, No 8, Jalan 19/1 in Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
For more information, e-mail: email@example.com.