Anne Curtis has been hard at work with rehearsals and preparations for her much-awaited concert, Luv-Anne: The Comeback, a live show that she describes as a kickoff party that signals her eagerness to perform before a live audience again.
Happening on June 11 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater at Resorts World Manila, the concert is directed by Paolo Valenciano with creative direction by Teacher Georcelle Dapat-Sy, and the musical direction of Louie Ocampo.
Snippets of Anne doing her dance and voice rehearsals show how much the multi-hyphenate star is enjoying preparations for her comeback concert. Looking at the behind-the-scenes photos, her dance rehearsals with the G-Force Angels promise electric energy for every concert-goer.
“I’m coming out of my hibernation. I’ve been a full-time mom for the past two years. It’s the first time that I’m doing something for entertainment,” she told the press in a virtual junket for the concert yesterday.
“It’s originally designed as a virtual concert and was conceptualized right from the time I came back from Australia. It made sense to make it a digital concert because another lockdown happened. But after that, everything suddenly started opening up so I was asked if I’m ready to do a live concert instead,” she went on.
Anne recalled that she had to visit the venue before making the decision.
“I went to Resorts World, I sat on the stage, and I felt, yes, kaya ko,” she narrated.
Anne said that the concert is going to be an intimate affair for her fans, followers, and friends.
“Given the venue and the current situation, it’s just logical to make it an intimate event—a reunion among my followers and friends,” she explained.
Taking cues from her previous concerts, Luv-Anne promises to be another grand spectacle. She revealed that she will wear numerous costumes made by local and international designers.
“Every gown, every costume will be iconic,” she promised.
Preparing for her song numbers, Anne admitted that she’s been taking voice lessons with Kitchy Molina, the voice coach whom she’s been actively working with since 2012 to improve her singing.
“Well rested ako so I think mas maganda ang voice ko ngayon,” Anne said in jest but turned serious in saying, “More than anything I’m feeling very nervous to do this concert but it’s being overtaken by my excitement to perform before my followers and friends.”
Tickets to Anne Curtis’s live concert start at P2,500 (Bronze), followed by P4,500 (Silver), P6,500 (Gold), P8,000 (VIP), P9,000 (SVIP), and Php10,000 (Platinum). For ticket inquiries, call Viva (0908)814-4601, Ticketworld (02)8891-9999, or SM Tickets (02)8470-2222.
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