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    There are few festivals in the Malaysian capital that encompass the scope and scale of DiverseCity: Kuala Lumpur International Arts Festival (KLIAF), which returns for its fourth year this month, ready to deliver a vibrant set of performances until the end of October.This annual celebration of arts and culture aims…

    This October, 32 year old Yannick Bovy from Europe is celebrating 100 years of Nat King Cole with a special world tour that stops right here at Istana Budaya, Malaysia. We got the opportunity to sit down with the jazz singer to find out more about his music career and…

    Belgium-born Yannick Bovy will pay tribute to the iconic Nat King Cole this 4-5 October at Istana Budaya when he alights in Malaysia for his world tour  Yannick Bovy, who has been hailed as the next Michael Buble, was heavily influenced by his grandparents’ music taste as a young boy –…

    In the spotlight this month is a major event on Kuala Lumpur’s performing arts calendar – the Damansara International Arts Festival 2019 (DIAF 2019), formerly known as the DPAC Arts Festival. What started out as a local performing arts festival soon grew into something much bigger as international acts from…

    If the saying ‘music is food for the soul’ has any truth behind it, then KL is a veritable feast for the psyche this month. There’s musical flavours to suit all tastes, be it at festivals, in concert venues and in some of the capital’s hottest clubs.From thumping techno and…

    While the Good Vibes Festival is headlining July’s music line-up, there’s a variety of other concerts that are set to draw in the crowds. Check out these three!Jam Hsiao It’s been four years since award-winning Taiwanese singer-cum-actor Jam Hsiao last played on Malaysian shores, and then it was as ‘Mr.…

    11 April 2019: Highlighting Malaysia’s rich history in music with collections from the Music MuseumVisitors at the National Museum can now learn more about Malaysian history in music at the newly launched traditional musical instruments exhibition organised by the Department of Museums Malaysia. Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture YB…

    It’s no riddle why Urbanscapes is an enduring creative arts festival. A captivating spread of art, music, film, design, and other creative fields, it creates a holistic experience that nourishes the senses. In 16 years of existence, it has grown to become an international beacon of the arts, drawing an…

    We last saw him when he hosted the now legendary Laugh Die You comedy shows (all five of them!) and now he’ll be returning in his very own, side-splitting venture alongside a few special friends. The ah beng contractor known as Phua Chu Kang is putting on an exclusive, one-night-only…

    The third edition of the DPAC Arts Festival presents a cornucopia of artists from around the world The highly acclaimed DPAC Arts Festival returns this month with the theme Convergence, drawing together a compelling mix of theatre, dance, music, site-specific performances and a family-friendly arts bazaar. There’s something for everyone…