Catch virtual performance of local and international artistes at SIFMA this Sunday

(Clockwise from top left) Karya Terindah Performing Arts, Sarawak Cultural Village troupe, Layna Ballet and Zephyr.

KUCHING, Nov 18: Catch the virtual performance of artistes, musicians and dancers from around the world and Sarawak at the Sarawak International Festival of Music and Arts (SIFMA 2.0) happening this Sunday (Nov 21) from 5pm to 7pm.

Among the performers from Sarawak are the Sarawak Chinese Ensemble, Karya Terindah Performing Arts, Dolce Chanticleer, Zephyr, Kuching Wushu Association, IMH Ethnica Orchestra, The Sarawak State Symphony Orchestra (SONS), Sarawak Cultural Village troupe, Lay and La Danse Studio.

Other international performers include renowned Bolshoi Ballet dancers from Russia, award-winning conductor of the Suc Song Moi Ensemble Quang Vinh Dong, singers from the National University of Singapore (NUS), the Visayan cultural troupe from the Philippines and more.


Grab your e-tickets at here to be part of this one-day community festival that celebrates music, dance, arts and culture while reviving the performing arts and culture industries.

(Clockwise from top left) Dolce Chanticleer, IMH Ethnica Orchestra and Sarawak State Symphony Orchestra (SONS).

Apart from watching from the comfort of home, people can also book a spot and enjoy the shows over good food and company at 13 partner venues – Plaza Merdeka Mall, La Promenade Mall, Aeon Mall, Biddy’s Café, The Junk Mini Bazaar, Grand Margherita Hotel, The Waterfront Hotel, UCSI Hotel, Commons, Grandma Handmade Noodles Bak Kut Teh, Megalanes Sarawak, Outright Coffee Sibu and Coco Cabana Miri.

At these spaces, the festival also brings a whole range of community and local business stalls together including Vera Craft, Goodness Gracious, 1006 Table, Ta Ko Boi, Fruitastic, Budak Gemok Street Burger, Kaya Bites, Pondok Bario, 20s Kitchen, Al Dente, My Sugar Bakes, Oinks, GoGeena, Pinggai, Oriental Tea, Nuromen Café, Chubbs & Chill, Bing! Coffee, Sadiqin Lim Kampua, Three Tea Ice Cream, Beats Dance & Vocal Studio, Raben Beads, Oishi Japanese Restaurant, Thumbs Malaysia, ZBee Home Made and BCS.

Another highlight of the festival is the “Let’s Talk” forum which features inspirational stories and advice from professionals and enthusiasts within the performing arts community.

There will be a special feature screening at SIFMA official Facebook page on Nov 20 at 7.30pm.

For more information, the public can email and register for tickets at — DayakDaily