Lani Misalucha, Side A, Jose Mari Chan, Sarah Geronimo, Agot Isidro, Keno, the Neocolors, Julie Ann San Jose, Glaiza De Castro, Loisa Andalio, Maja Salvador, Baihana, KZ Tandingan, Mateo Guidicelli and Michael Pangilinan, Enchong Dee all had their debut concerts and first big concerts at the Music Museum.

Theatre Mall opens and further expands the Music Museum complex. Cinemas using the latest technology, shops and dining places turn Greenhills into an exciting new destination.
The Promenade: One more glittering addition to the Music Museum Complex



The Music Museum is now more than just the Music Museum. It has evolved into a dining, shopping and entertainment hub and the complex is known as the Music Museum Group. It includes Shoppesville Plus (a hobbyist’s and aficionado’s haven for gadgets, rare toys, specialty items, gaming hardware, software, and consoles), Theater Mall (a hive of cinemas, shops, dining and coffee places), Promenade (a level-up shopping place with more shops, lifestyle services, dining places, and the most modern cinemas) and Teatrino (the biggest little theater in this part of Greenhills that has become a favorite events place for launches, parties, cozy performances, and what have you.
Rex Drilon, President of Ortigas & Company, Kuh Ledesma, Sen. JV Ejercito, Sen. Loren Legarda, Precy Florentino and Freddie Santos toast T.E.A.T.R.I.N.O. in 2006.
The original Shoppesville Arcade Building in Greenhills where Music Museum and Shoppesville Plus would rise.

The area of the old Greenhills Theater (where the Theater Mall now stands) measures a whopping 1,800 square meters and could seat 1000 moviegoers at one time. It was the favorite site for movie premieres back in the 80s and 90s. That area is now occupied by two movie theaters: Greenhills Cinemas 1 and 2, the first two cinema theaters of the Music Museum Group. Today, there are 8 Greenhills cinema houses, and Greenhills Cinemas prides itself in being the first in the country to have the Dolby Atmos sound system.
The old Music Museum (before it burned down) had a restaurant where weddings and parties were held. It was a ritzy dinner place where guests could refresh themselves and indulge in cozy conversation. It was also the perfect post-performance go-to place for a nightcap.
1. The Music Museum’s Mezzanine was a ritzy dining space where guests could refresh and indulge in cozy conversations. 2. Wedding receptions were not strange events at The Music Museum. Jet Montelibano of Music and Magic – Kuh Ledesma’s original band – got married to Edith Gomez in 1989 and celebrated there.

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Ring in The New (Movies) in 2018!

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New stores and grazing places for the Holidays and beyond

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Promenade Hall hosts Ang Larawan Press Screening and Grand Conference

Ang Larawan, internationally released as The Portrait is one of the most awaited movies in the 43rd Metro Manila Film Festival. The 2017 movie directed by Loy Arcenas and presented as a musical movie is based on the 1997 stage play, Ang Larawan The Musical which is in turn based on Nick Joaquin’s A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino. First released in Japan last October as part of the 30th Tokyo International Film Festival, the film will be commercially released on December 25, 2017 as part of the 43rd MMFF.
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