With the aim to further develop and diversify the music experience for the Filipino audience, Ayala Museum with the Philippine International Jazz Festival Foundation once again present Jazz at Ayala Museum featuring the best local artists of the genre.

The concert series will feature Guarana on November 4, followed by the Astral Jazz Quartet on November 12 and Johnny Alegre HUMANFOLK on November 20. All concerts will be held at the Ground Floor Lobby at 7 pm. Tickets are priced at Php350.00, and proceeds shall be used to support the Museum education and outreach programs.

Heavily inspired by the sensuous sounds of Brazil, the members of Guarana have long been ardent purveyors of the bossa nova and samba vibe in local Latin and jazz joints since their formation in 2001.

The Astral Jazz Quartet is composed of jazz aficionados who all studied and earned degrees in Music, namely multi-horn player Alvin Cornista, pianist Tim Lyddon, bassist Sarge CariƱo and drummer Richie Quirino, and is fronted by classical, rock and jazz vocalist Tricia Garcia.

Johnny Alegre HUMANFOLK is a “concept band” the seasoned jazz musician formed with the avant-garde percussionist, Susie Ibarra, together with drummer Roberto Juan Rodriguez (from the Miami Sound Machine), singer-songwriter Cynthia Alexander and the electronica exponent, Malek Lopez.

Ayala Museum is located at Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Makati City. For inquiries, call 757.7117 to 21 local 28, 29 or 35, or email us at inquiry@ayalamuseum.org.

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