The Philippine Madrigal Singers or Madz recently performed at the Bonifacio High Street in Taguig City. While they still adopted their trademark performance stance of singing in a semicircle without a conductor, this time around, the group ditched their formal costumes and classical numbers for a “camp-out style” ambience where the audience simply sat on the grass while listening to the members of the group belting out the latest pop hits. The concert also featured the Madz members performing solos and inviting a few in the audience to sing with them.
Now if you frequent Serendra, you must know that this place is a haven for dogs (Dogs are King!) and dog-lovers. At night time, you can simply sit in one area and watch dog-owners parading their beloved pets.
An English bulldog named Tornado whose human happened to be watching the concert nearby, stole my (and a couple more others’) attention. Here are some of his photos:
Isn’t he just too cute for words?