Vocal powerhouse Angeline Quinto is making history as she marks her 10th anniversary in show business. To celebrate this milestone, the 31-year-old singer is staging a concert series filmed at the new Met Theater (formerly the Metropolitan Theater) in Manila.
Entitled 10Q, the concert will have 10 parts and will run from Oct. 29 to Feb.19.
“The concert will have different themes based on my special guests, but the general theme of the 10-part concert revolves around ‘pasasalamat.’ The concert is my way to show gratitude to people who have supported me and my career the past decade,” Quinto told Manila Standard Entertainment in a virtual interview.
From being named the next female pop superstar in Star Power to becoming the country’s Power Diva, Quinto has truly come a long way in establishing herself as one of the most important and most bankable musical artists of her generation.
“There is no stopping me from giving a grand concert experience for my fans and to everyone who supported me since day one. The pandemic may not allow us to do live events but thanks to our streaming partners, we can still make this happen,” the Queen of Teleserye Theme Songs added.
Quinto will be the first music artist in history to hold a concert at the newly renovated and still iconic MET Theater.
“I am very happy to have been given this honor and privilege to perform at the MET Theater. Back in the days, my mama Bob and I would pass by the then Metropolitan Theater and I remember telling her that one day I’ll be performing there before a huge crowd,” Quinto recounted.
Prior to winning a reality singing competition, Quinto was a finalist in Star for a Night where she competed with Mark Bautista and Sarah Geronimo. Since then, she conquered the music scene and in 2012, she debuted her career in acting as she top-billed the romantic drama movie Born to Love You opposite Coco Martin. A year later, she also starred in her first primetime series Kahit Konting Pagtingin where she’s entangled in a love triangle with Sam Milby and Paulo Avelino.
Tickets for 10Q are now available via www.ktx.phfor only P499 (single ticket) or P3,499 (10Q pass). Concert dates are as follows: Oct 29 and 30; Nov 26 and 27; Dec 25 and 26; Jan 28 and 29; and Feb 18 and 19.
The show will be directed by Dido Camara with Marvin Querido as musical producer. Watch 10Q streaming exclusively on KTX, iWantTFC, and TFC IPTV.
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