Shangri-La Plaza turns 25 with celebrations that include a show stopping concert series featuring some of the best artists and voices in the country at the Grand Atrium, Level 2 of the Main Wing.
Last night, it was A Night of Ballads with Jed Madela. And on Nov.19, Jose Mari Chan leads the Giant Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at 6:30 p.m. that will be followed with a musical performance at the Grand Atrium, featuring songs from his forthcoming album.
Vocal Synergy, with recording artist and theater actress Nicole Asensio and Filipino-Australian rocker and actor Mig Ayesa, will perform 7 p.m. the following day.
These vocal powerhouses will be performing together for the very first time to serenade mall guests with classic hits and holiday tunes.
Look forward to 25 Years and Beyond: The Shang Anniversary Concert with Joanna Ampil, Martin Nievera and the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra, 7 p.m., Nov. 26. Ampil is the multi-awarded musical theater actress who has performed in a number of popular West End musicals including Miss Saigon, Jesus Christ Superstar, Avenue Q, and Les Miserables. She joins OPM stalwart Nievera in this unique collaboration with accompaniment by he ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra.
Finally, 7 p.m. on Nov. 27, enjoy the sounds of the Angono Chamber Orchestra in Music and Melody. Composed of talented young singers, ages 11 to 21, the Angono Chamber Orchestra will serenade mall guests with a repertoire of the season’s favorite tunes.
Feel the holiday cheer as the most wonderful time of the year draws near, and be part of the metro’s top lifestyle destination’s milestone 25 years and beyond celebration. Visit the Shang for spectacular musical performances, shopping, dining, and so much more.
For inquiries, call 370-2597 or 98 or visit www.facebook.com/shangrilaplazaofficial. Follow the Shang on Instagram: @shangrilaplazaofficial.
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