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BOLLYWOOD HOLI 2017
Vmall brings to you the Biggest Beach Holi Celebration - Relive your childhood memories at Bollywood Holi 2017 on March 18th 2017 - A complete entertainment package and food festival for all ages !!!Event features Eco-friendly Colors Water buckets n Pichakaris Picturesque Beach Location Non Stop DJ Music and Dhol Finger Licking Street Food with glorious Gujia and terrific Thandai Attractive Lucky Draw Prizes · Ample ParkingPrice : $12/pax (Ticket includes a pack of Color)$20/pax (Ticket includes a pack of Color, Food ,Thandai n Gujia)***(10% DISCOUNT on Group Bookings of 20 or more pax , applies to both categories)Time : 11 am – 5 pmCheck Details at VMALLContact 98297904, 84289500 for Event Enquiries and Sponsorship Opportunities
Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore
A young and poor villager, Nemorino, wishes for the elixir of love to win Adina’s heart.He is frustrated when Sergeant Belcore attempted to seduce her. The impostor, Dulcamara who sells magic potions came to the village and claims that his potions are able to cure anything.Will Nemorino succumbs to this temptation?Director Tom Hawkes Conductor Joshua Kangming TanCastAdina Elena Xanthoudakis, soprano Teo Kai Xin, soprano (Matinee performance)Nemorino Kee Loi Seng, tenor Jonathan Tay, tenor (Matinee performance)Belcore Song Kee Chang, baritone Alvin Tan, baritone (Matinee performance)Dr Dulcamara Martin Ng, bass Gianetta Jade Tan, mezzo soprano
FLOW - A DJ's Story of KoFlow
Pain, doubt, love and the search for an identity. This is the story, a hip hop theatrical experience, of a boy who grew up to become the Singapore musician known as DJ KoFlow. Featuring special guests Shigga Shay (rapper), Radikal Forze (b-boy crew), Mohammed Noor (drummer) and more, set against a spectacular curved screen with visuals by UNTITLED Project, Flow features original songs and brand new works written specially for the concert. DJ KoFlow was there when hip hop was formally introduced to Singapore in the late 1990s. Not knowing what it really meant and where it would take him, it was both a joy and a risk. Could this be a career? Would he be successful? What would his family think? Why hip hop even? This is how DJ KoFlow set out to prove that a boy, or anyone else like him, doesn’t need to accept a future that has been laid out for them. Follow DJ KoFlow atwww.facebook.com/djkoflowwww.instagram.com/djkoflowwww.twitter.com/djkoflowwww.djkoflow.comwww.soundcloud.com/koflow
Direct from the most ancient opera house in the world, Teatro Di San Carlo, Naples, Italy. As the ballet begins, a nobleman named Albrecht is busily wooing a young, beautiful peasant girl named Giselle. Albrecht leads the young maiden to believe that he is a farmer named Loys. Giselle falls in love with the man, unaware that he is already betrothed to Bathilde, daughter of the Duke. She agrees to marry the man, despite the romantic advancements of another peasant, Hilarion, who suspects that Albrecht is an imposter. Giselle wants badly to dance, but her mother warns her that she has a weak heart. A Prince and his entourage are soon announced by a hunting horn. When the prince's daughter realizes that she and Giselle are both engaged, she gives her a gold necklace. Hilarion tells Giselle that Albrecht has been deceiving her, that he is actually a nobleman. Bathilde quickly reveals to Giselle that Albrecht is indeed her fiance. Horrified and weak, Giselle goes mad and dies of a broken heart. The second act of the ballet takes place in a forest beside Giselle's grave. The Queen of the ghostly Wilis, virgins who have died of unrequited love, calls upon them to accept Giselle as one of their own. When Hilarion stops by, the Wilis make him dance to his death. But when Albrecht arrives, Giselle (now a Wili herself) dances with him until the Wilis' power is lost, when the clock strikes four. Realizing that Giselle has saved him, Albrecht cries at her grave. Click Here For Theatre Conditions of Entry
Musical Portraits by Kenneth Hamilt...
Kenneth Hamilton returns to the Esplanade for one of his ever-popular concerts, presenting a colourful selection of piano music inspired by pictures and paintings, along with Chopin’s stunning third Sonata.
National Museum of Singapore Cinema...
Cinémathèque Selects is a monthly double-bill screening that profiles the boldest film-makers and most inventive productions from Singapore’s past to its present. Focusing on diverse aspects of film-making, from directing to producing, script writing to cinematography and art direction, the series uncovers lesser-known local productions and features significant films in Singapore’s cinematic landscape. Each film screening is accompanied by conversations with the film-maker. A second film chosen by the film-maker reveals his or her inspiration and influences from diverse corners of the film world.Short films featuring sound design by Lim Ting Li Un Retrato de Familia 2004 / Boo Junfeng / 8minAik Khoon 2005 / Chris Yeo Siew Hua (Chen Bang Jun) / 15minNewton 2009 / Ho Tze Nyen / 5minBefore the Wedlock House 2012 / Liao Jiekai / 15minRoboMax 2013 / Moayad Fahmi / 9minRadiance 2013 / Andrew Cumming / 24min76min / Ratings TBASound design in Singapore films has made strides in both technical polish and professional nuance in recent years. Lim Ting Li began her professional career in film audio in 2004, at a time when the local film scene saw a rejuvenation of new voices. Featuring short films ranging from experimental to those with special effects, and by filmmakers as diverse as Boo Junfeng and Ho Tze Nyen, this screening by Cinematheque Selects highlights Lim as one of the most prominent sound designers in the Singapore film industry.The Birds Directed by Alfred Hitchcock1963 / 119min / ratings TBAA key film in Alfred Hitchcock’s eminent body of work, The Birds marries Hitchcock’s penchant for technical wizardry with deeper Freudian concerns. Based on a story by Daphne du Maurier, the film is the peak of Hitchcock’s work, preceded by some of the most significant films in cinema – Vertigo, North by Northwest and Psycho. Constructed without the characteristic musical score of its time, The Birds relies instead on an electronic soundtrack that includes simulated bird cries and wing flaps to create valleys of tension and pastoral calm.Visit www.nationalmuseum.sg for more information.
Noose & Kakis 2... My PSLE Is Bette...
After their successful run in 2016, The Noose is crossing over from TV to stage for the second time with more madcap sketches and sidesplitting jokes, as our crazy band of Noose reporters and their stand-up comedian friends tackle the bastion of Singapore’s meritocratic society – EDUCATION. With everyone and their grandma sharing stories of their successes and failures at age 12, The Noose & Kakis: My PSLE Is Better Than Yours figures that there’s no better way to discuss hard-hitting issues affecting the future of our nation than through humour and irreverence. Together with four of Singapore’s funniest comedians – Kumar, Fakkah Fuzz, Rishi Budhrani, and Sam See, get ready for an unbridled show of rip-roaring proportions as your favourite Noose characters light up the stage at the MES Theatre at Mediacorp. The Noose Team’s Alter Ego - Chua En Lai, Alaric Tay, Suhaimi Yusof and Kayly Loh The Noose’s Kakis Kumar Arguably Singapore’s biggest name when it comes to comedy, Kumar has been tickling audiences silly since 1991. His cross dressing and risqué brand of humour have made him a household name in Singapore. Fakkah Fuzz Having performed actively on open mic and stand-up comedy shows for almost 5 years, Fakkah Fuzz is deemed one of the fastest rising talents in the local comedy scene. As they say “Everyone loves a bit of Fuzz.” Rishi Budhrani Rishi made history in 2012 by becoming the first Singaporean stand-up comedian to win the Hong Kong International Comedy Competition, and also became the first Singaporean comedian to play at top international clubs like the Gotham Comedy Club in New York and The Comedy and Magic Club in Los Angeles. Sam See Sam See is part of the region’s new wave of stand-up comedians, with the wit, skill and liver capacity to entertain audiences of all kinds. Based in Singapore, he has performed in numerous comedy festivals in Asia, including the Singapore Comedy Fringe Festival, the Magner’s International Comedy Festival and the Crackhouse Comedy Carnival.
Piano Recital PHILIPP RICHARDSEN
Pianist Philipp Richardsen presents a solo recital at the Esplanade where he connects Viennese Classics to French Romantics and Turkish Jazz. Schubert's A major Sonata, one of the composer's late masterworks, will lead to charming musical gems by Cécile Chaminade, the first female composer of major reputation in Ninetheenth-Century France. The evening will conclude with Chopin and a jazzed-up version of Paganini's famous last violin caprice.
Picnic Suite - Brought together by two of Singapore’s most active and award-winning musicians, Roberto Alvarez(Flute) and Kevin Loh(Classical Guitar) this picnic concert will consist of various leading repertoire of diverse genres for the flute and guitar duo ranging from Latin America by Máximo Diego Pujol to Romania by Béla Bartók. Included in this concert is the Singaporean premiere of “picnic suite”, written by French composer Claude Bolling in 1980 for a flute, guitar and jazz piano trio. Joining them are Kseniia on the piano, Ramu on percussion and Tony on double bass.
Pinocchio: A Whale of a Tale!
ArtBeatz is proud to present the gala performance of A Whale of Tale with Pinocchio! A colourful, imaginative and delightful musical puppet show to be staged within a ‘Whale’s Belly’. The storyline embodies the spirit of adventure, growth and exploration, transporting viewers on a journey through Pinocchio’s world of curiosity and fantasy. The whale’s belly theatre setting is made-up of 40,000 plastic bottles (an up-cycling effort from children across Singapore)! This will be the biggest number of items up-cycled to make one single artwork!Oh WOW! Pinocchio, what are you up to now? An adaptation of the story, "Pinocchio", Pinocchio: A Whale of a Tale! is where music and story come alive through the journey of a puppet and his master as they travel through forests and seas to discover what it means to be brave, to be strong and also being true to yourself, love for each other and finally the environment! Find out what mischief Pinocchio gets up to which leads him to being swallowed by a whale! And how the quick witted wooden puppet (who wants to be a boy) learns from his mistakes to heed the path of honesty with the help of his little friends!Recommended for ages 2 to 10 years old.
Raga Pallavi in Time by CHOWK P...
Dance is a contemplation of the human body in movement, within perceptible coordinates of space and time. Or rather all dance is thinking about the body in movement, on stage with music. In Pallavi in Time, CHOWK Artistic Director Raka Maitra continues the journey of exploration that she began in Pallavi and Space (Mar 2016).A pallavi is a repeated refrain in music. In Raka’s work, it refers to choreographic refrains or elaborations; a series of fluid, complex movements and shifts inspired by odissi but now devoid of story, character and context. In the end, it is just pure dance. And pleasure.You see, it’s really all about rhythm, the beat. Rhythm punctuates time,beats out possibilities inside the palace of imagination. In those intervals, between each end and every beginning, lives the heartbeat of the dance.
Science Centre 40th Anniversary Pac...
Science Centre + Butterflies Up-Close + Omni-Theatre Movie Package Science Centre Singapore celebrates its 40th Anniversary in December 2017. This package kicks off a year-long celebration. The Science Centre is an award-winning family attraction that showcases more than 1000 interactive exhibits across 19 themed galleries such as E3, Earth, Brain and Climate Change. Plus, there are outdoor attractions such as the Kinetic Garden, Waterworks and Ecogarden.Our latest exhibition, Butterflies Up-Close, is Singapore’s first indoor butterfly sanctuary. Learn about the life cycle of a butterfly through interactive exhibits and delight in an up-close experience with hundreds of live butterflies from around the region.While the Omni-Theatre, SE Asia’s first 8K 3D Digital Dome Theatre, will amaze you with a larger-than-life experiential journey through its 2D and 3D digital movies.Digital Movies1. Natural Selection 3D (40min)Join Darwin on his voyage to the Galapagos Islands, and learn the mechanism of natural selection through beautiful examples in nature.Recommended for: Age 10 and above2. Dinosaurs @ Dusk (40min)Go on a whirlwind time travel adventure back to the epoch of the Dinosaurs.3. Mysteries of the Unseen World (40min)National Geographic's Mysteries of the Unseen World brings you on a journey into the unseen world around us; and to examine the properties of objects at the nanoscale.
Spectrum SETTS #4
This season of Spectrum, we looked at the roots of minimalism through the works of Steve Reich and how they have influenced the music of today. In the Far East, another strain exists—gamelan music, of which interlocking rhythms and harmonic patterns from Java and Bali blend to create almost-hypnotic sounds. These Singapore premieres trace the influence of gamelan on western music, performed by the Southeastern Ensemble for Today's and Tomorrow's Sounds (SETTS), a contemporary chamber ensemble with a focus on Southeast Asian compositions.This programme represents the microcosm of peoples, cultures, environments and even economic models that aggregately create beautiful diversity and showcases the range and universality that represents Southeast Asian and Western classical music today.Experience a rich tapestry of contemporary soundscapes as we celebrate the magical Indonesian tradition of gamelan music at SETTS #4.PROGRAMMEHoh Chung Shih – secret music one (Singapore premiere)Winton White - Kirishitan Mantra for Solo Percussion and Marimba (Singapore premiereLou Harrison - Varied TrioAnanda Sukarlan - Ménage à troisGatot Danar Sulistiyanto - Trio for Flute, Oboe and ClarinetMichael Asmara - Fantasia for String QuartetAldi Maulana - Pakuan VI for Woodwind Trio
The Captain's Club (18 years and ab...
Join us for a stunning experience onboard this beautiful 27 meter Superyacht, as we cruise along the shores of Singapore.Indulge a fine Champagne and a palatable selection of canapes as you enjoy the sunset and view of the southern islands during this 2 hours cruise.The yacht will embark from Marina at Keppel Bay at 6.30pmMasterCard Holders can enjoy this exclusive and limited access: S$150 per person for 2 hours Sunset cruise Inclusive of Champagne & canapés
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