THE long awaited concert of the year is now coming. If she did tremendous performances in Jenifer Forever 1 and 2, part three will be a very spectacular one. This time she is going to stage a more explosive and more extravagant performance to conclude the concert series.
Jenifer Forever 3 will be held at Capitol Event Theatre, 2492 Yonge Street in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on April 8, 2011 at 8 p.m.
Jenifer, the Toronto Concert Queen, will entertain the people from all walks of life, with her absolute performance of modern, pop and R&B genre. After one year of tedious preparation, the musical genius Noel Garcia of Com 11 Studio is ready to unveil the much anticipated second CD entitled Jenifer Reveals. Songs included in the album are Centuries, Burn it Down, Modern Day Romance, Poison, Lost, and Dedication.
With her singing prowess, her active role in the community and her entire experience from her modest beginnings and success as a “Diva” in her own right inspire a lot of people and even influenced some upcoming talents to pursue their singing careers.
Shimmering every minute, Jenifer has won a lot of accolades and became one of the most sought, visible, prominent performers in the community. She is an awardee of the 2010 Most Beautiful Filipinos in Canada, Maharlika awardee of Music Festival in 2006, crowned as Ms. Lakambini 2004 by the Kalayaan Centre in Mississauga, and she received the Tuklas Female Vocalist of the year in 1996.
The stage and creative director of the concert is no other than the multi-talented Kim Hazen Belen. He is voted the best choreographer in Berlin Germany 2004, Hamburg Germany 2003, Thailand 2002, Laos Vientiane 2001, Novotel Vientiane 2000, and Laos Vientiane 1999.
The musical director, Daniel Argyle Yap, will make the show complete. Yap is a member of the Toronto band God Made Me Funky that encompasses all genres of music with their high energy Live Shows. And if that was not enough, Daniel had the opportunity to perform with God Made Me Funky at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Yap writes and produces for God Made Me Funky and has credits for various short films. This is the third time for him to work with Jenifer Forever Concert series.
To add more harmony and strong impact to the show Terry Elegino Barker, Nora Cuenco and Mariz Francisco will be the back-up vocals of Camacho.
A group of passionate dancers with different backgrounds united as one will give waves to the show.
The show will be powered by Visual FX.
Andre Alan Dennison, the president of Visual FX, has the experience in the industry since 1970. He has been an innovator in this field developing creative concepts with new designs.
Jenifer Forever 3 will feature Chris Fernandez a.k.a. C-StyLeZ, a well known, rising vocal percussionist who makes sounds such as drum kits to techno sounds just using his lips, tongue, and throat. Chris was introduced to beatboxing at the age of 10 but he only did little basic beginner beats and routines.
Another performer to join Camacho on stage is John Alix, who is today an incomparable balladeer in the local community. He started his singing career with Ivory Keys Promotions in 1998 and joined the realm of Studio Six Productions talents in 2008. He gives life to musicals like “Musika ng Ating Buhay,” which was featured at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre for the Mabuhay Summer Festival. He also participated in the “Pasko sa Toronto” produced by Ystillo Inc.
Alix also shares his time and talent at Ancop Gawad Kalinga Fundraising events. His most recent shows include “Spring Rhythm” on March 28, 2009 for M Studio and as front act for the Hearthrob Concert last April 11, 2009.
Charlyn Marundan, a Filipino singing idol champion in 2007 and one of the making wave artists who performed at the harbor front festival, will also be there. She had an impressive performance at Canada’s wonderland Filipino festival “battle of champions,” front act “Asin concert” held in kalayaan community centre and had been chosen as one of the best performers during 20th Home Karaoke anniversary.
Ashley Suva, who performed on her first public appearance in New Jersey and started singing in many different Filipino functions in Canada, will also join Camacho. Her sweet angelic voice captivates a crowd that makes her visible in the Filipino music scene. She is currently one of the very few young Filipino Canadian singers who sing the Filipino Kundimans.
Zeny Zagala, a.k.a. Lady Elvis, will also perform. Being an ardent fan of Elvis Presley drives her for what she is enjoying today. The one and only Lady Elvis of Toronto.
Jenifer is so grateful to the following sponsors Agnes Miranda of Miranda International, Carel Ng , Dr Sharon Danesh and Dr Paul Bharaj of La Vida Clinics, Dr Solon Guzman of Dundas Tower Dental Centre, Sherwin Ico of Petals & Twigs, and Danny Scenna of Veritas Capital Corp. (PR)