September 18, 2018

Kapuso Powerhouse Diva Maricris Garcia Holds First Major Solo Concert at Teatrino in Greenhills on September 28

9/18/2018 07:00:00 PM

As she celebrates 11 years in the industry, GMA Artist Center’s powerhouse diva Maricris Garcia will hold her first major solo concert entitled ‘MARICRIS’ on September 28 at Teatrino in Greenhills.

‘MARICRIS’ promises a grand ensemble of music, entertainment and nostalgia as the Kapuso diva looks back on her journey in the industry. Maricris personally conceptualized the concert, which was brought to life by director Marc Lopez.

“The show is going to be more of a storytelling type. I want to share my journey since I started my career up to the present, as well as my personal life, my music influences, and more,” Maricris added.

She will be joined by the industry’s best singers, including Nar Cabico, Mark Bautista, and Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid.

She is also celebrating her birthday this month, and the concert is both a treat to herself and to her fans. She excitedly shared her process in producing her own concert, “During the first few months of planning, everything was easy. But as the days go by, I started to feel the pressure and the stress. Good thing I have the support of GMA Artist Center and a few people who offered their help in making this concert possible.”

The Kapuso star feels grateful that she has the opportunity to live out her passion. “I want to let them know that I’m still here and I always be her, singing.” She also sets to release her new music early next year in time for the Valentine season.

Tickets for ‘MARICRIS’ concert are priced at Php 1,800 for VIP, Php 1,300 for Orchestra, and Php 800 for Balcony. 

For inquiries, you may contact 09178508747 or call Teatrino at (02) 7412949 local 116.

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