Viva Voce for Complicated: The Concert (The Repeat) on 19 July will marry art, history and music.

Viva Voce, a group that trains and supports talented classical singers, will be performing 15 songs inspired by artworks in the exhibition Complicated, led by musical director, soprano Camille Lopez-Molina, 10 performers will be singing songs from operas by Verdi, Mozart, Gounod, and Bizet. They will also perform kundiman and sarswela by Filipino composers Lucio San Pedro, Severino Reyes, and Julian Celis Balita.

The concert is from 2 to 4pm and costs P300 per person (P270 for students and museum members). The fee includes admission to the current exhibition Complicated (on view until 2 August 2014).

Youtube: Viva Voce sings “Pilipinas Kong Mahal”

Complicated exhibit features the commissioned works by guest artists Mike Adrao, Leslie de Chavez, and Ea Torrado along with works from the museum’s collection by Juvenal Sanso, Bencab, and Ang Kiukok. Complicated will run until August 2, 2014. It is presented with support from Tin-aw Art Gallery.


Lopez Museum and Library is at the ground floor of Benpres Building, Exchange Road corner Meralco Avenue, Pasig City. Museum days and hours are Mondays-Saturdays, 8-5 pm, except holidays. For more information, call Tina at 631-2417.