Home Opinion Zoom LensCrime WatchSportsLifestyleArchives Contact Us Feedback ContributeAdvertise








December 3 - 9, 2016

A Big Voice with a Big Heart

International renowned Tenor, Mr. Sal Malaki

“For true enough, music is the only ethereal access into the fascinated realm of men’s senses which are oftentimes unfathomable, constantly intriguing, yet relentlessly being craved for…”

This coming December 21 (Wednesday night) will mark a milestone in Southern Leyte province, as our very own home-grown and international renowned tenor, Sal Malaki, will hold a “one-night only” musical special at the United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP - Maasin City).

Sal Malaki, who is based in Los Angeles, California, USA, is one of the most-renowned Filipino opera tenors in the world.

The Malaki concert titled “An Evening of Songs for a Great Cause” was organized to help raise funds for the completion of the local church’s Girls’ Dormitory. The project is intended to help provide an affordable, safe and Christian place for students.

Sal Malaki, Rachelle Gerodias at NOLI ME TANGERE OPERA

Encumbered with an innately enviable talent and dedicated passion, Sal Malaki has established his mark and carved a glittering moniker in the field of music after being a member and tenor soloist of the UP Madrigal Singers, he later joined the Los Angeles Opera Company and the Los Angeles Master Chorale which rocketed his career to international tenor star status.

Malaki, is one of Los Angeles Opera Production’s most seasoned artists, who instinctively possesses that diverse classical male singing voice with a wide vocal range coupled with excellent acting prowess that create an even more distinct singing style, which is unique and unrivaled.

His diaphragmatic breathing technique and smooth glottal transition unmistakably contribute to the efficacy of his delivery. One has to witness Sal Malaki perform to personally experience an exceptional fusion of voice and music.

His electrifying stage presence strongly radiates a charismatic effervescence especially when he effortlessly hits his high notes with such ease and sustains them lingering like plumes gently suspended in mid-air.

Tickets are available at UCCP church and you can send donations and gifts through the following accounts:

Account Name: Grace Q. Exclamado/UCCP Trust Fund
Account number: 020006278-4

Account Name: United Church of Christ in the Philippines – Maasin
Account Number: 357-3-35724780-3

Philippine National Bank (Dollar Account)
Account Name: Maasin Fund UCCP
Account Number: 347369200016


Lifestyle archives . . .


Shallene’s murder suspect a “no show”

Maasin-Bohol bridge pushed

Do not remove warning signs

Shallene’s suspected killer arrested!

Watersheds and trees to be protected

Farm-to-market road conversion in Liloan- San Ricardo town

City College land privately owned?

Man swims Bohol-Maasin 17 km. seawater span

Dengue cases increase 170 percent

“Hero of Light” electrocuted

Province's CT scan soon to operate

P30 Water Bill Hike

Electricity for the poor

Maasinhon leads probe of Espinosa slay

Oging is Deputy Majority Floor Leader

Fire eats up P100,000 worth of property


Death Penalty

Preventing a flood

Anatomy of Change


Overpriced basketball goals?

Jackstones/tetrapods or wavebreakers

Hot number 8888


Phone shop’s suspected robber apprehended

Pintuyan’s “Most Wanted” caught

Store merchandiser found dead in rented house


A Big Voice with a Big Heart

Tatay Mian celebrates 62nd birthday

There is forever for Estrella & Antonio


Abuse of priviledge

Online comments from netizens

Delayed salary of Bantay Dagat







|Home| |Opinion| |Zoom Lens|Business|Crime Watch| |Sports|Lifestyle |Archives| |Contact Us| |Feedback|