Spectrum was found in 2017, is the first music recital series produced by
DPAC in the aim of creating good quality music productions for the local
The First Spectrum in 2017 have invited four groups of musicians to present four completely different styles of concerts for four nights, providing the audience with an auditory feast between the modern and the primitive, the east and the west.
The performances presented at Damansara Performing Arts Centre (DPAC) has always been in the interest of exploring various elements than being confined to a single component of show. In 2017, DPAC once again gathers these famous local musicians to create another round of concert. The arrangement of the songs was showcase an interpretation of Western and oriental classical music as well as instruments that has strong Malaysian characteristics, to create a unique musical feast made especially for music enthusiasts.
years’ “Spectrum”, DPAC intends to bring Malaysia’s unique traditional music to
the theatre this year and allow the world to hear the forgotten Beauty of
“Spectrum” invites Lan e Tuyang and Gangsapura, two traditional music groups
that showcases the traditional art forms of
the Kayan and Kenyah people of Borneoand Gamelan, respectively. With the theme of nature in
mind, these works will serenade you with tributes to Heaven and Earth. Get
ready to feel the complex artistry and deep emotions of their music.
This is DPAC’s most ambitious Spectrum yet,
featuring audio-visual classical concert “The Boutique of Dreams” by Mei Lin
Hii that sees piano, paper, poetry, and videography coming together to create a
dreamlike experience. Then, music gets a colourful treatment from Colour of
Voices in “Colour of Voices in Concert.” Performing art’s glowing pearl, Lim
Wei Siong, brings us along on the concert debut of his work, “Journey”. And
finally, Evelyn Toh seeks to present womanhood and women’s love in its
multifaceted form in “Les fleurs .Les femmes”.