Revisit the golden age of Malaysian music inspired by Ilham Gallery's photography exhibit

The KL Madrigal Singers members (from left) Woo (tenor/director), Sharlene Rani (soprano), Wong Ming Li (soprano), Khairunnisa Diyana Md Noor (soprano), and YS Tang (classical guitar). Photo: Handout

A throwback concert of Malaysian folk songs and silver screen classics will be held in conjunction with photography exhibition Bayangnya Itu Timbul Tenggelam: Photographic Cultures In Malaysia at Ilham Gallery in Kuala Lumpur on Oct 10.

Warisan By VerSeS will feature The KL Madrigal Singers, with special guest Dr Yi-Li Chang (from Taiwan) on violin. It is the first music programme at Ilham Gallery since its post-MCO reopening in July.

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