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The pop in Poppert

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OPM singer and theater actor Poppert Bernadas is gearing up for a  solo concert, Who Put the POP in Poppert? happening on November 11 at the Music Museum.

With a fusion of creativity and vocal prowess, Poppert promises to treat the audience with a blend of songs he grew up with and tunes that showcase his versatility as a singer. 

In an interview with Manila Standard Entertainment, Poppert explained that the concert is a way for him to showcase his range as a performer, from pop to classic, given his background as a theater actor. He also mentioned that he would be singing songs from Shirley Bassey, Tom Jones, and George Michael for the first time.

Poppert is set to hold a solo concert, ‘Who Put the POP in Poppert?’ this coming November 11

“I was a pop singer before becoming a stage actor. I’m comfortable transitioning from classical to pop, and I enjoy both genres,” he said during a press conference held at Five Private Dining in Greenhills, San Juan City on October 30.

“It was Floy Quintos who came up with it,” Poppert said alluding to the concert title. “I told him I would have a concert this November, and he suddenly thought of that title. I just went with it.” 

Poppert gained recognition when he joined Team Sarah during the 2015 season of The Voice Philippines. He also had a role in the popular musical Rak of Aegis and was a member of the Ryan Cayabyab Singers.

Singer-songwriter Ogie Alcasid (left) currently manages Poppert Bernadas

OPM icon Ogie Alcasid, who manages Poppert’s talent through Alcasid Total Entertainment Artist Management (A Team), is impressed by Poppert’s versatility and work ethic. Ogie recalled how he noticed Poppert’s talent during a rehearsal and how he was impressed by his dedication to his craft during the pandemic.

Ogie believes that Poppert has a bright future ahead of him and is excited to see what he can accomplish in the music industry. 

“Poppert is a talented songwriter, and we’re working on releasing more of his songs as long as he keeps singing. This concert should open new opportunities for him. In Europe, he impressed an older audience, proving his vocal versatility in rock, pop, ballads, and even a touch of classical. He’s someone I’m proud of,” Ogie shared

Tickets for Who Put the POP in Poppert? are now available via Ticket2Me.


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