Talentime

Yesterday I went for a drama, The Lion King and Talentime at SMI, Ipoh. It's a night for charity donors, parents of participants and teachers of SMI. My husband had donated RM200 this year.

I was there to witness my boy's performance..

 
 the actual date: 12, 13 and 14 April 2013

I love this song 'hakuna matata'

Simba - King of Pride Rock
It was a short 30 minutes drama but very well performed.
I had loved the movie many years ago and it was rather touching too.

Towards the end of Talentime, my boy played a song, Titanic with his flute..

and his saxophone..


This was his first solo performance and he had done well. 
Bravo, my boy!




Comments

  1. Well done to your son! It takes courage to stand up there and perform in front of so many people.

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  2. Your husband is as generous as you to make that donation. Did he attend your son's performance with you?

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  3. So your son has to perform for 3 nights in a row. So will you be attending for all 3 nights?

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    1. no, I won't be attending then as I have got work and a dinner on Sunday too..

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  4. Your son is very talented alright. :D you must be very darn proud of him. :D

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  5. I love the lion king song's as well-Hakuna Matata. Don't worry~be happy. :D

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  6. Your boy is very brave to perform solo on stage.

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  7. Oh he played saxophone too. Like Kenny G.

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    1. Which song he played that night beside titanic?

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    2. He will play other songs on the other nights..

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  8. I enjoyed watching lion king animation movie. I'm sure the students performed very well that night. Sum more have to perform in 3 days in a row. That's very tired.

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  9. We should give all the student and your son's hardwork and talent, a very big applause. Not easy to be on the stage and they spend most of their quality time to practice.

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  10. you must be so proud of your son.

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  11. As a mom, sitting there and watching your own son play is a tremendous joy! :)

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  12. All the best to your son in the coming 3 days of performance...

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  13. I believe every kid must at least know one music instrument.

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  14. Oh, your son play music instruments. You must be excited for the performance :)

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  15. oh that sounds nice.. a 30-min play for The Lion King!! i can see they are all serious about it, just look at the costumes, they are awesome!!

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  16. wow, so your hubby donated RM200 this year and was invited as a VIP to watch the performances?? how nice, what a kind-hearted boss!!

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    1. yea, two tickets but only I attended it..

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  17. bravo to your boy!! he is performing solo on flute and saxophone!! that must be a very great performance, did you record his performance??

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    1. haha..what a night..my camera battery ran out at that time!

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  18. you must be so excited for the solo talentime performance and so proud of your boy huh??

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    1. I had to wait almost two hours for his performance..
      very proud of him even though he told me that there were some mistakes. I told him, people like us wouldn't know..

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  19. lion king that reminds me so much of my
    childhood it was indeed a great movie but then
    it was also a perfect material for a play

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  20. wonder how they manage to minimize a long movie for a 30 minutes
    play! hmm i bet it was really great!

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  21. costumes were colorful and lively!
    thats really impressive! i mean it was one huge
    factor for me! A+ for that

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  22. wait was this a musical show? well
    if yes this kids are awesome!
    i as well love that hakuna matata!

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    1. Lion King is a drama with songs and there's talentime too.

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  23. you must be the proudest mom there!
    job well done to your kid he sure is talented!

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  24. i wonder how he feels up there! haha
    well i were him i must be shaking of worst
    fainting on that spot haha

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  25. and as for you, it was really great that
    you are there to support your kid!
    a mother's smile can uplift any child's spirit

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  26. have a great day and happy blogging wenn
    take care always and god bless you

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  27. Wow..your son is a future musician of Malaysia!!

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    1. he is so talented..he must have great interests in music.

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    2. that's make both of you proud parents.

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    3. I hope my girl will be singing on stage one day, she like to sing and attending vocal training once a week now.

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  28. Bravo! well done! He is so brave to stand alone on stage like that

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    1. Your hubby is a strong supporter of this charity.?

      Wowo it's like father like son. The father donate money the son donate talent.

      Thumbs up!

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    2. well, he donates just for charity sake..

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  29. You are so blessed with all smart and talented children.

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  30. I often performed or went on school stages but my parents were not there!!!

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  31. I am sure your son was happy that you came to support him. Your hubby has such a kind and generous heart to do charity! Hope all the Elephant Gods will bless him with more $$$$$!!!!

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