VVS Collective celebrates women from the countryside with pop-rap crossover “Probinsyana”

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  Promising hip-hop quartet VVS Collective pays tribute to the women of the countryside whose distinct looks, effortless grace, and captivating intelligence redefine conventional standards of beauty. On their lilting anthem “ Probinsyana ,” the rap crew delivers a romantic serenade for every ‘country’ lass who took their breath away in recent years. “ Probinsyana is a feel-good track which many Filipinos can relate to,” the group describes the appeal of their latest single. “It’s about searching and pursuing that dream girl who lives in the suburbs or the province. It expounds on the qualities of a province girl who’s simple yet has everything you’re looking for in a girl. With the thousands of islands that the Philippines has, the track will surely transcend to all Probinsyanas all over the country.” What makes it extra special is their attempt to take a stand against urbanite snobbery and Manila-centrism in a song that celebrates women of all kinds, regardless of their geogra

Lance So and The Vienna Boys Choir Live in Manila.

The Alumni Association of Xavier School is bringing back in Manila the world renown Vienna Boys Choir, the Austrian base choir that was started way back middle ages, come November 11 at PICC Plenary Hall at 8 in the evening.
The VBC is considered one of the oldest choir in the world with Alto and Sopranos members, their records show works with music legends and masters such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Antonio Caldara, Antonio Saliere, Christoph Willibald and Anton Bruckner.

The choir is divided into four group or touring choirs named after famous Austrian composers, and the one coming to Manila is the Brucknerchor Group with 22 boys plus two probationers. Most of this boys are from Vienna, Lower Austria, Burgenland, and Styria. Their international members are from Canada, China, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Russia and from the Philippines.
The first South East Asian member from Philippines is Lance So, the first son of two Filipinos who work in Shanghai, China. Lance on his 5th Grade was sent by his school in Shanghai to Vienna for 2 week summer camp in 2015 wherein they were given a chance to sing with VBC, after that Mr.Gerald Wirth, VBC head ask Lance and his parents to join the said singing group.
The one night concert is also supported by the Austrian Embassy to Manila, this is the second time that VBC is having a concert in the Philippines, and the first time is in 2004.  VBC usually sing songs from classic to modern pop, but mostly they are performing songs from Catholic holy mass, they are also touring the world with at least 300 concerts per year.
“People here in Manila will hear a great concert, where just young boys that can sing really nice, even professional sing, I think People will enjoy it. For most of them, it’s their first time in Philippines, first time in Asia, it will be a great experience.” Lance said during our interview. 
For more information please check www.facebook.com/viennaboyschoirliveinmanila2016 and for tickets contact Ticketworld at Tel Nos. (02)891-9999 or visit www.ticketworld.com.ph


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