New York City — Singer Kay Habana promises an evening of wonderful surprise in a classical concert on Sunday April 10 at the Our Lady of Pompeii Church on Carmine Street in lower Manhattan. “With All My Love, Kay Habana” will feature a repertoire of songs in different languages to cater to a multi-cultural audience.
“Most of these songs have never been performed in the tri-State areas. I will sing Italian, French, and Spanish other than Filipino and English,” she said in an interview.
Habana, who staged a successful concert at the Carnegie Hall in honor of senior citizens last year, said that her grandparents are her inspiration in her singing career. “To whom much is given, much is required has always been a passage that I’ve always tried to live up to since youth. I grew up witnessing my grandparents give so much to people who were less fortunate. It seemed, giving was an everyday activity that turned into a habit. Then, habit became a way of life. For this reason, I always feel the need to use my God-given talent in singing as a way to give back.”
On the piano will be Bobby Ramiro. Special guests include Jared Martin, Angel Ram, Rianne Avendula, Anna Garana, and Leila Cicco, all home-grown talents of New York. Tickets are at $15 and children are free. The show starts at 7:30 PM.