Divas 4 Divas poster
The Music Museum marked its 20th year with a grand concert at the Araneta Coliseum entitled Divas 4 Divas. It brought together for the first time four of the country’s best female singers -- Kuh Ledesma, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Pops Fernandez and Regine Velasquez. The four divas wore spectacular fashions designed by Edwin Uy, Brian Leyva, Joey Samson and Oliver Tolentino with special accessories designed by Kuh’s brother, Constantino Ledesma. The rich repertoire included a tribute to the four divas’ international musical counterparts, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion and Mariah Carey. The divas also did a Madonna medley.
The Lobby of the old Music Museum had a 25-feet tall Impy Pilapil sculpture made of steel, glass and neons that was entitled “Enter my Dream”. It was installed there by the artist herself in 1988. Unfortunately, the beautiful artwork perished in the 1992 fire. Today, a stylized sculpture of a violin crafted by resident artist Francis Dano-og stands in its place.
Artwork Sculpture by Impy Pilapil “Enter My Dream”
lin Sculpture by Francis Dano-og “My Music”
A collection of vinyl records
Broadway shows collectibles
The Music Museum has kept all its tickets and posters through the years. They are works of art, cleverly conceptualized, especially designed and lovingly crafted by various artists. Today, tickets are simply downloaded and are more functional than artistic, That’s why Music Museum tickets are a vanishing art form and have become keepsakes. There is a special section about these tickets in the 25th Anniversary coffee table book of the Music Museum entitled Music Museum: The Music Lives!...And The Show Goes On. The book is available at Fully Booked Promenade and other branches.

John Lesaca
Dancing with the Champions
Sitti Navarro
Musical performances at the Music Museum are not all popular and mainstream. Jazz fests, Bossa Nova concerts, Operatic Pop, Hip-Hop-and-Classical Music together, Dance and Movement concerts, even Religious Music have been showcased at one time or another at the Music Museum. This entertainment mecca has no borders!

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