|M Boys '09||Photos taken by me|
Because I had a field trip in the morning, I had to rush home from Laguna to Greenhills. I left Laguna t 1:30 in the afternoon and was surprised to make it to Teatrino at 3:30pm. The show was supposed to start at 3, but luckily it started late.
Teatrino was a really pretty venue. I've never been in there, but it was really pretty. I can't believe my brother was actually performing on stage. The guys sang their songs from their album and of course covers of a bunch of artists. The guys have super improved since their first few gigs.
|Not at the Game||Photos taken by me|
I'm not really familiar with the song Horse with No Name, but two of their classmates went out and interpreted the song. And it was just hilarious. I wouldn't be able to do that in front of a crowd, so kudos to them for being so funny. During a break, they read some poetry. Because this class is so freaking talented, they were able to publish a book of their works last year. They were reading from the book and their poems were crazy -- and in Filipino (two things I can't do well).
Can We Stop and Talk a While had the boys singing with a girl who I didn't know was a Povedan. She was pretty good, I wish they'd let her sing more and less of a prop. It was nice to know there are still decent girls from my former alma mater. Mr. and Mrs. C with the high school principal and the boys high school teacher sang Umagang Kay Ganda and it was nice to see them participate.
It was so nice to see Pietro with his bandmates/classmates really get into their songs. Josh, Shim, Toma, DJ, Dolph, and John and the rest of their classmates looked really happy to be performing onstage. It was cute that Toma's parents (Mr. and Mrs. C -- as in Ryan Cayabyab) performed too. The high school principal (Fr. RB and Fr. Ampil) even ditched the ADMU-DLSU game to watch them.
Over-all, I was really happy with how it came out, because I wasn't expecting it at all. All those Saturdays and Sundays that I'd bring Pietro to Galleria for practice, and this was what came out of it. So worth it. I can't wait to see how these boys grow up and how they continue with their music.