• Matteo Guidicelli is on his own

    Matteo Guidicelli is very serious about singing

    Matteo Guidicelli is very serious about singing

    Months after his first concert stint with fellow heartthrobs Daniel Matsunaga and JC de Vera in Dreamboys, Matteo Guidicelli goes solo via MG1 on November 28 at the Music Museum

    Truly serious with his singing, perhaps inspired in a large part by his pop superstar girlfriend Sarah Geronimo, Matteo told The Manila Times this solo concert isn’t just a way to tick off a challenge in his bucket list.

    In fact, one of his special guests in MG1, Concert King Martin Nievera, has even encouraged and guided him to put the concert’s concept together, as well as an upcoming album with Star Records.

    Strike while the iron is hot is what Matteo decided to do as he pursues a singing career alongside a thriving presence on TV, as well as an active lifestyle as a triathlete and actor.

    “This concert is like participating in an extreme sport—exciting and nerve-wrac-king yet fulfilling,” he added. “One thing’s for sure, no matter what happens, I’m going to give my audience my very best.”

    His repertoire will mostly consist of ballads, which he describes songs that capture his journey toward finding love. He will also have several Cebuano numbers as a tribute to his beloved hometown.

    Besides preparing for MG1, Matteo is also busy with an indie film titled Tupang Ligaw, and Cinema One’s Single Single Season 2, he is also launching his self titled album under Star Records.

    Produced by Hills & Dreams Events Concepts Co, MG1 is under the musical direction of Marvin Querido and directed by Frank Lloyd Mamaril.

    Call Ticketworld at 891-9999 for more information.


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