The Music Museum is a Cultural Metropolis. It is a lodestone for all things music, pop culture, stage action and entertainment. Through the years the Music Museum stage has featured a kaleidoscope of performances that have brought joy and excitement to thousands of audiences with different tastes.

Charice and Charlie Green

When the Music Museum turned 20 in 2008, it focused on the future of the music and entertainment industry. It saluted young talents -- Charice Pempengco (now Jake Zyrus) then just 16 years old and Charlie Green (the 11-year old Fil-Briton kid who wowed audiences at “Britain’s Got Talent” – with recognition plaques at an appreciation lunch on August 8. That year, it also partnered with The Music School of Ryan Cayabyab to discover musically talented kids via musical tilts (Musmusikwela for kids aged 8-12 and MusiKabataan for teens). The best performers received musical scholarships at TMSRC.

The Musmusikwela scholars with Precy Florentino, Ryan and Emmy Cayabyab


When the Music Museum turned 10 in 1998, a 10-band concert rocked the Car Park amid fireworks and celebration that lasted till dawn. Car park performers were: Introvoys, HYP, PG-13, Put3ska, Da Pulis, Razorback, POT, Color it Red, The Grove and Wolfgang. Meanwhile, the Apo Hiking Society, Nanette Inventor, Kuh Ledesma, Ogie Alcasid, Geneva Cruz, Randy Santiago, Lani Misalucha, Nina, Dessa and Leah Navarro performed on the Music Museum stage.



After the fire, the Music Museum started to build a new Memorabilia Collection. If you visit it now, you’ll find: Lea Salonga’s “Annie” costume, Erik Santos’ jacket which he wore for the opening number of his first concert, PowER IKons; Regine Velasquez’s fully embroidered top, designed for her by national artist Salvador Bernal in 1989 for the Asia Pacific Singing Contest in Hongkong; Kuh Ledesma’s Bayan Ko metal costume designed by her brother, Constantino Ledesma; what Pilita Corrales wore for her back-to-back show with Sammy Davis, Jr. at Caesar’s Palace in 1980; the famous rocking boots of rocker, Sampaguita; and more!
1. Apo Hiking Society Costumes. 2. Life-sized portrait of Jose Mari Chan. 3. Kuh Ledesma’s Costume designed by her brother Constantino Ledesma, worn for her show, “Bayan Ko” at Music Museum. 4. Lea Salonga’s “Annie” costume. 5. Regine Velasquez Costume. 6. Yoyoy Villame’s Ukelele. 7. The famous “rocking” boots of rocker, Sampaguita.

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