No matter the type of music you’re into, it’s tough to not have an appreciation for the grace and elegance of the classics. Authentic beats, ornate rhythms — it’s an alluring sound we can’t help but crave.
Taking place from the 6th to 9th of September, at the Damansara Performing Arts Centre (DPAC), is Spectrum, a series of musical performances meant to showcase an interpretation of Western and oriental classical music. It will feature several different styles of music, all in an attempt to provide an exquisite auditory experience for music enthusiasts of all genres.
Want to do something good for the less fortunate while watching a play about a gripping tale of a crushing political climate through the eyes of children? If you believe that these kids deserve a voice, stage, and audience to share their DREAMS! with you- they need YOUR help and OURS too!
DeafBeat celebrates its 10th Anniversary with ‘Inner Voices’, a Drumming and Theatre performance piece that doesn’t just raise public awareness of the deaf community, but also welcomes the audience into the world of the differently abled, and see the world through their eyes.
Convergence is when an array of things come together to form a new whole. Convergence is also the theme for this year’s Damansara Performing Arts Centre (DPAC) Arts Festival— where the depth of international and local art forms come face-to-face. Previous editions of the annual festival has brought forth a plethora of different works and this year will be no different. The DPAC Arts Festival 2017 boasts an impressive lineup to be enjoyed in the span of 10 days. From 10 July-19 July, prepare to wowed by amazing talents.