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    2019 heralds a new era on Malaysia’s music front with the debut of the City ROARS! Festival, an initiative dedicated to promoting high-quality independent music from across the region. The aim is to provide a platform to established and up-and-coming indie bands to share, collaborate and showcase their material, while…

    A synergy of storytelling and movement, where the arts combine in seamless fashion to take over the senses, Cré is set to light up the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre once again this month. It did so the first time round last year, where the show received critical acclaim for…

    Described by many as one of the most moving works ever produced for the stage, Giacomo Puccini’s Madama Butterfly is an opera of love and heartbreak. Since premiering at Milan’s Teatro alla Scala in 1904, it has become one of the most popular and most performed operas of the 20th…

    In February this year, a wide-ranging initiative kicked off as the Yayasan Sime Darby Arts Festival (YSDAF) launched into action with the all-inclusive theme ‘You, Me + The Arts’. It’s a theme that encapsulates the harmonious nature of the Festival and its righteous mission this year. This August, that comes…

    As far as musical instruments go, the drum is pretty ubiquitous, and for good reason. In a song, its beats help to anchor the rhythm. On its own, a well-executed drum solo or drumline make for great listening. A steady peal is also often used to dictate the flow of…

    Enter into a casual conversation with the KL Shakespeare Players off the stage, and you’re sure to hear a sentence inserted pointedly into the discourse: “Shakespeare was originally written not to be studied by geeks or seen by snobs, but to be performed for the general masses.” It’s a line…

    Brought to life with consummate grace and finesse, a ballet recital possesses the sort of panache few other dance styles can evoke. It’s truly a joy to witness the principal dancer flaunting moves that fluidly interlace with symphonious music – and when the entire corps de ballet flock into the…

    Proving that great things do come in small packages, the Short+Sweet festival returns to enchant and enthrall KL audiences this 6 September to 29 October at the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre. Featuring over 500 of the country’s rising stars across music, dance, theatre and comedy, Short+Sweet hopes to showcase…

    What if all the wealth you once had started slipping through your fingers? What would you do to stop your family from falling apart? Peking Man, the final work of renowned Chinese playwright Cao Yu, tells of the struggles of Zeng Hao, the patriarch of a feudal household and once…