Kevin Murphy has carved a name for himself as one of Dubai’s most electrifying performers. He also happens to be one of the very few Filipinos with songs that ranked in the iTunes top 10, with “Fabric,” a collaboration with UAE-based EDM superstars Hollaphonics peaking at no. 4 in 2014.
“I breathe art” is a philosophy that fuels Flordeliza Pesigan, the passionate multidisciplinary Filipina artist, who grew up in the Philippines’ National Museum, whose works have been exhibited in events and prestigious spaces around the emirates too many to mention, and who could not think of doing anything else other than painting, sculpting and dancing.
Dubbed as Dubai’s First Lady of Techno’, Pauline Moreno, also known as Miss P.M. sets bars, clubs and social events into a full-on happening gig spinning her way through the turntable. A flight attendant turned full-time underground DJ with a penchant for adventure tripping…
Marian Nelson made her stage debut in Dubai as the Dew Fairy in an international production of Hansel and Gretel alongside principals from the UK, USA, and Canadian opera companies. For this same production Marian was also the chorus director.
Break dance, sure he could do. But, breaking records is also something Christopher Lawrence Trasmaño had proven to achieve. Holding the Guinness Book of World Record title for the longest hours of dancing for a dance/rhythm videogame using Xbox 360 Kinect Dance Central 2…
With a career in Dubai that spans 7 years, Kaz has built a reputation as the city’s premier diva – a one-woman tour de force that has captured the hearts of Filipinos and foreign audiences alike.
More than just a multi-talented new player in Philippine Indie film, Fe is a veritable role model that modern Filipinas can look up to and emulate.
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