Originally from London, Nathan Horton has taken thousands of photos of Angkor Wat, the alluring temples that were once home to the Khmer empire. The best of Horton's work will be on display at the FCC Phnom Penh in an exhibition titled "Theravada," which opens Apr. 5 and runs through May. The exhibition marks Horton's third Phnom Penh showing and his second at The FCC. See Capturing Angkor Wat.
Singing in three languages -- English, French and Spanish -- Monsieur Nû's repertoire spans a lifetime of musical influences. In addition to his own music, Monsieur Nû plays the classics of nearly every genre, including "Hotel California," "The Sound of Silence," "Redemption Song" and "La Bamba." Show starts at 8:30 p.m. No cover. See Guitar Gypsy.
Warapo is the house band at the famous Caraville Hotel in Saigon. Founded in 1998 in Santa Clara, Cuba, the four-man, two-women Cuban fusion band play radio-friendly Latin rhythms steeped in the Cuban tradition. Warapo won the title "Best Amateur Band" in November 1998 at the 14th Artist College Festival in Holguín, and with their second album, "Tengo Nada," the band garnered four nominations at the 2008 Cuban Disco Awards, Cuba's most prestigious music awards. Show starts at 8:30 p.m. No cover.
Founded in 2010 by violinist Matthias Wagner, a German "with 6% Italian blood", the orchestra's mainstay is traditional folk music, some of which dates back more than 800 years. Drawing on musicians from the UK, New Zealand, Germany, Japan, Russia, Australian, Italy, Sweden and France, it presents world music with genuinely global credentials. These wandering entertainers -- on guitar, bass, violins, cello, mandolin, balalaika, flute, clarinet, trombone, accordion, percussion and drums -- conjure up a rousing chorus of high-energy Eastern-European, Arabian, Jewish and American songs that can breathe life into the most jaded of souls. Show starts at 8 p.m. No cover. See An Orchestra of Hippies