This week, we’re taking a little breather from alcohol and going back to basics. One of the most fashionable yoga studios in town, The Flow – Yoga & Pilates Studio, is holding a sunset yoga class accompanied by live music. With a great teacher like Claudia Gallo and the sweet acoustic sounds of Hannah Lo and Ray Cheong, it’s an event yogis wouldn’t want to miss. Speaking of sweet sounds, step into the wizarding world of Harry Potter at the Dewan Filharmonik Petronas where the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra will be bringing the soundtrack of the Harry Potter franchise to life. The music doesn’t stop there, as the show must go on with Christian Leotta, one of the finest interpreters of Beethoven from Italy, who will be playing at No Black Tie.
Hailing from Catania in Italy, Leotta’s incredible talent has earned accolades of being one of the finest interpreters of Beethoven. The pianist completed the cycle of Beethoven’s 32 Piano Sonatas at the age of 22, and has since played in more than 50 countries where he’s worked with major orchestras. Expect nothing short of his usual best as he plays sonatas from Beethovan and Schubert for one night only in Kuala Lumpur.
Something musical this way comes! Magic is set to happen as conductor Naohisa Furuwisa and the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra take on the soundtrack of Harry Potter films – we wonder if conductor sticks will be traded in for wands. Magician Chase Lew will accompany the performance with tricks up his sleeves.
The flow’s popular “Chill Flow” classes are getting a remix this weekend resident instructor Claudia Gallo takes you through the asanas accompanied by acoustic live music. Wellness guru Hannah Lo will be singing while one of Malaysia’s best guitarists, Ray Cheong, plays the guitar. The class is suitable for all levels with variations designed to be kind to your body.
There’s a certain charm about handmade jewellery, and even more so when it’s you’ve designed and made it yourself. The workshop guides you through the process of pattern making on polymer clay by overlapping different colours, shaping the clay, and assembling the pieces into a pair of earrings or a necklace.