Isma's FotoPage

By: Isma Izal

[Recommend this Fotopage] | [Share this Fotopage]
[<<  <  1  2  3  [4]  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  >  >>]    [Archive]
Sunday, 13-Nov-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
i love u

i love u sooo much....

Wednesday, 9-Nov-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Selamat Hari Raya

View all 19 photos...
raya di kelantan sungguh mengasyikkan

Thursday, 27-Oct-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
European Union Chamber Orchestra

View all 4 photos...
The EUCO gave its first concerts in 1981 and has since gained a worldwide reputation as a musical ambassado for the European Union. With an annual schedule of 60 concerts, regular tours take it to many prestigious halls worldwide.

The Orchestra has performed with many legendary artists including Yehudi Menuhin, James Galway, Lazar Berman, Mischa Maisky, Severino Gazzeloni and Igor Oistrakh. It regularly commissions works from leading European composers and has to its credit 18 CDs on ASV, Carlton, Hyperion, Koch and Regent.

This year, the British Council in conjunction with the UK's presidency of the European Commission, is bringing the EUCO to Kuala Lumpur. Their one and only performance here this coming November is definitely a not-to-be-missed event as it will showcase some of Europe's finest and greatest classical musicians.

The 19-strong orchestra hails from 11 member countries of the European Union and will be directed by multi award-winning Matthias Wollong. Wollong is concert master of the Radio Symphony Orchestra of Berlin and has directed tours and concerts by the German Chamber Orchestra and the New Berlin Chamber Orchestra.

EUCO has received funds from the British Council, Goethe-Institut, the Ministry of Culture of Spain, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Italy and the Cultural Relations Committee of Ireland.

The EUCO also gratefully acknowledges funding from the European Community budget line "Support to organisations which promote European Culture".


Concerto for Two Horns in D major TELEMANN, 1681-1767

Violin Concerto no. 5 in A major K.219 MOZART, 1756-1791

Blessed ELAINE AGNEW, 1967-

Two Waltzes op.54 DVORAK, 1841-1904

Symphony no.64 in A major 'Temporar Mutantur' HADYN, 1732-1809

Dates & Times : 15 November 2005 @ 8.30 PM
Venue : Pentas 1
Price : RM60 & RM40 (50% discount for students below 18)
Presenter : The British Council in association with KLPac

Thursday, 20-Oct-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar

Ari Ratos
Patrick Teoh
View all 10 photos...
Executive Producer: Dato' Faridah Merican

Director: Joe Hasham

Cast: Ari Ratos, Patrick Teoh, Gavin Yap, Kenny Dowle, Clare Dedic, Samantha Schubert, Kurt Crocker, Colin Kirton, Pavanjeet Singh, Roshan Narayan, Michael Chen and Amsalam Doraisingam


Julius Caesar is a tale of conspiracy, power, death and destruction.

When Caesar returns victorious to Rome, he is offered the crown by the populace and unwillingly he rejects it, three times. Cassius, wary of Caesar's foibles and ambitions conspires to have Caesar assassinated; but for his conspiracy to be accepted by the populace he must, and does, win the noble Brutus over to his side.

The pre-determined day for the assassination, the Ides of March (15th March), is prophesised by a soothsayer. On that day, Caesar is mercilessly stabbed to death on his way to the Senate House. One by one the conspirators, in the form of a ritualistic sacrifice, thrust their daggers into Caesar's body. The final thrust is delivered by Caesar's beloved Brutus... 'Et tu Brute'.

What follows is a disastrous series of events, culminating in the double suicides of Cassius and Brutus.

Duration : 2 December - 11 December 2005 Venue : Pentas 1 KLPac
Price : RM60 & RM40 (inclusive of RM2 ticket handling charge) 50% discount for students below 18 (Not applicable on promotional nights). TICKETS ON SALE SOON.

Wednesday, 19-Oct-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Afdlin Shauki WHY YOU STILL FAT?

This Raya month, Afdlin Shauki returns with more of his unique brand of humour in a continuation of his original show “Why You So Fat?” which last played at The Actors Studio Box in Plaza Putra, Dataran Merdeka.

At times intimate and personal, at times sartorial, and always playful, “Why You Still Fat?” is Afdlin’s take on the state of the Malaysian psyche today. Part proceeds of one night’s takings will be donated to the Penyayang cause.
Date: Please note new dates are:
17-20 November 2005 @ 8.30 PM *Charity show on Thursday, 17 Nov.
Price: 17 Nov RM82 RM72
18-20 Nov RM42 RM47 RM22 (students)

[<<  <  1  2  3  [4]  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  >  >>]    [Archive]

© Pidgin Technologies Ltd. 2016