Open Classical Director (and Chief Powerhouse–it’s not on his business card, but it should be) will be playing viola and violin. Thiago Nascimento, who makes up the other half of the Dynamic Duo of Classical Open Mic, will be bringing his piano genius to the show. Tenor Edward Kuntchef–who, seriously guys, bring the special lady in your life to this show, and just watch her melt when Edward opens his mouth–will be singing. And in a bit of a divergence from strict classical (there’s nothing “strict” about Open Classical, ever), multi-instrumentalist Matt Tolentino will step away from his frequent swing-music performances with bands such as the Singapore Slingers, and will bring a little taste of a Parisian cafe to the AllGood’s stage.
How can you go wrong at $10 a ticket (and with bottles of wine at half price)?
Well, that all made more sense earlier. But I could not publish to save my life. Oh well! Was a great show!