Hello, everybody. Antoni here to spread the word of my older brother from another mother’s YouTube channel UMIGAME where he does some skits and, of course, his Let’s Eat videos of dessert-type snack foods, which are absolutely entertaining and have this lovable, down-to-earth vibe I enjoy so much about his content. I shall say this once, and I will say this again. Umi is one of the greatest friends I have ever had during my Diploma Program year at IAFT back in mid-2011. That’s right, folks, we go way back. When I started back in May 31, 2011, we were just mere acquaintances. However, our first full-fledged collaboration as actors occurred in a friend’s Thesis film in Manila, which I enjoyed so much not only for the new friends I made there, but also the growing friendship occurring between me and Umi. From there, we ended up collaborating in a fair amount of films, I was in his Thesis film, he was a cast member in my MOS, and it was an overall amazing time I had with this down-to-earth gentleman. Even after nine years, our friendship never wavered. To conclude, I hope you can support Umi by subscribing to his channel, staying updated with the content he has to offer, and enjoy his videos because he is an absolutely awesome chap. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be entertained and bear witness to the tasty snack foods he has in store for you. Take care and stay safe, everybody. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-7Vm1IaRmLPkAoSgw5lBrQ/featured
Time to get the nostalgia goggles on with another classic song from good, old New Zealand composed by Princess Te Rangi Pai. Happy listening, Happy Early Mothers’ Day, and stay safe, everybody.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you my rendition of a classic Lied by Franz Schubert. I know I copped out by not singing the Low D in the final syllable of “schlafen”, but I hope I could still keep you entertained nevertheless. Happy listening and stay safe, everybody.
I present to you all my personal favorite Zorak song from The Brak Show’s “Psychoklahoma”. This one was quite challenging with the amount of times I had to rehearse it and get through some tough passages, but the journey was quite fun to sink my teeth into. Happy listening and stay safe, everybody.
And here is the final Zorak song from The Brak Show’s “Gimme a Brak” sung by me. Happy listening and stay safe, everybody.
And here’s another Zorak song from The Brak Show’s “Gimme a Brak” sung by me. Happy listening and stay safe, everybody.
It is a nostalgia trip for me, as I sing my rendition of one of Zorak’s songs from The Brak Show episode “Gimme a Brak!”. Happy listening.
Good morning, everybody. Antoni here with another channel I would love to recommend to all of you. Do you love chiaroscuro singing? Do you treasure vocal clarity in opera? Barone Vitellio Scarpia has you covered when it comes to separating the great singing from the bad. Named after Tosca’s villain, this gentleman mostly specializes in comparing various tenors, baritones, bass-baritones, and basses with the occasional comparison to sopranos, mezzos, and contraltos. For the record, I would also love to see him branch out in comparing more female voices a lot more often so that there can be a bit more balance and variety in his channel. I have been subscribed to him for only a couple of months, and his content is quite fascinating in terms of comparing various singers and finding out some really underrated gems. He only has 335 subscribers, but I would love to see his channel flourish because of what he has to offer as a content creator revolving around opera. Ergo, he has definitely been another wonderful content creator who has helped me appreciate what true opera singing is. Without further ado, I hope you can all show your love for Barone Vitellio Scarpia, subscribe to his channel, and witness what he has to offer. You will not regret it in the slightest iota. Have a good day and stay safe, everybody. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_sA1hwIPw83QobAcO-QZjA/featured
It has been a long time since I last sung something for you guys. So, I figured that in spite of the recent lockdown, I would sing for you a traditional song from New Zealand that has touched my heart ever since I was a teenager. Happy listening and stay safe.
Good afternoon, everybody. Please endeavor to indulge yourselves with a bit of classical music, Johann Sebastian Bach’s Sheep May Safely Graze played by Dr. Abelardo Galang II. Enjoy.