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|Wed, 9 Aug 2017||Resorts World™ Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa||Concert|
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Mastercard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands
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The Seventh Night of July
PhilClarinets is kickstarting the Philharmonic Winds' Chamber Series for 2017 with the third edition of its chamber concert series, "PhilClarinets in Concert III - The Seventh Night of July", conducted by Mr Daniel Yiau, a member of the Philharmonic Winds and an active clarinetist currently based in Amsterdam as a conducting Masters student in the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. Daniel is currently the Music Director of Symphonic Winds and Soli Deo Gloria Koog-Zaandijk in the Netherlands.This concert will showcase the versatility and colour of the various members of the clarinet family with music written and arranged for the clarinet ensemble. Programme highlights include Itaru Sakai's The Seventh Night of July specially arranged for a clarinet choir, Bach's well-known Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Reich's New York Counterpoint and Piazzolla's two tangos.PhilClarinets will also be collaborating with clarinettists from the Philharmonic Youth Winds for the first time in this chamber music series. Besides playing in the clarinet choir, the youth players will also showcase their own talents with Itaru Sakai's Journey of Leaf and the second movement of Masamicz Amano's Deux Danses.In addition, as part of the ensemble's outreach efforts, clarinettists from all walks of life are invited to join the PhilClarinets on the same stage for the concert finale with Studio Ghibli animated film, Kiki's Delivery Service.
Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Ear...
Singapore Art MuseumImaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth Storytelling Session with Artist Nandita MukandSaturdays, 15 July 2017, 6.30pm - 7:15pm 19 August 2017, 6pm - 6.45pm 26 August 2017, 6pm - 6.45pmSAM at 8Q, Level 3 Gallery$5. Tickets available at SAM at 8Q and SISTIC.BYOF (Bring Your Own Family / Friends). Enjoy 20% off minimum purchase of two standard tickets when you bring your family and friends along.Immerse yourselves into the artwork The Origin: The Tree and Me & The Unborn by Imaginarium artist Nandita Mukand, as she shares her inspiration through storytelling and a hands-on activity. This is a session to remind us how man’s life in an urbanised environment remains inevitably intertwined with nature.Recommended for age 5 and up.Nandita Mukand (b. 1975, India) is a Singapore-based visual artist whose practice draws upon nature and materiality, exploring themes of connection and spirituality. Since graduating from LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore, Nandita has been exhibiting regularly in Singapore. She has also held exhibitions internationally and been awarded artist residencies, including the Fundacio L’Olivar in Spain and the Hawkesbury Regional Gallery in Australia.Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth 6 May – 27 August 2017SAM at 8QExplorers of the land! How much do you know about the planet we inhabit? The Singapore Art Museum welcomes you back to the 7th edition of our family-focused exhibition Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth. Through the eyes of nine contemporary artists, this year’s Imaginarium takes a closer look at our surroundings and the environments we reside in.Over millennia, humankind has made vast progress in charting the lands we inhabit: globalisation and technology have meant that distant locations and far-flung communities are now easier to connect with. Yet, how much do we really know of what constitutes the Earth’s wonderful terrains? Consider as welll how the practices of cultures are inextricably tied to the places they inhabit, and people – either by choice or necessity -- adapt to ever-changing environments. Similarly, a locale’s plants and animals have also evolved unique traits to adapt to their habitats.There remains much more to learn about earth’s magnificent marvels, with the closest adventure a possible stone's throw away! Through inspiring and engaging artworks, we invite the adventurers who visit Imaginarium 2017 to find new ways of discovering the endlessly fascinating world around them.Website: www.singaporeartmuseum.sgFacebook: www.facebook.com/singaporeartmuseumInstagram: www.instagram.com/singaporeartmuseum
SICF Grand Prix Concert
"Music is a beautiful creation of the heavens. It is about community, you and me. It is love, neither selfish nor self-centered. Music brings reconciliation and healing, peace and joy." – Ms Lim Ai Hooi, Festival Chairman Singapore International Choral FestivalThe 4th Singapore International Choral Festival brings together choirs from Singapore, Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan from 12-15 July 2017. The festival is designed as a platform for choirs of all ages to immerse in the vast cultural richness of the international choral scene, forging friendships and exchanging ideas among fellow choral enthusiasts. Participating choirs will get to perform at various concert halls in Singapore as well as partake in outreach performances. Join us at the SICF Grand Prix Concert and watch the top performing choirs compete for the top prize. Also catch a special performance by the Müller Chamber Choir from Taiwan during the concert.
Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Ear...
Singapore Art MuseumImaginarium: To the Ends of the EarthEco Living Series: DIY Natural Cleaning with Eco EnzymeParticipants get to learn how make non-toxic cleaning solution with multiple uses for the home and garden by upcycling fruit and vegetable scraps at home. Understand the benefits of creating natural cleaning agents and improve your awareness of green living and care for the environment. Bring home your own creation with recycled plastic bottles and fruit scraps contributed by the community, including a complimentary ready-made eco enzyme to start with! Recommended for age 9 and up.Joyce Yau is a full-time homemaker with a bachelor's degree in Engineering and is married with two children. Having grown up in Hong Kong, she moved to Singapore with her family nine years ago. Since 2014, she has been practicing green living such as creating eco enzymes and fermenting food and drinks for leisure subsequently launching the Wellness Home and Eco Green Living Facebook groups with like-minded friends internationally. The groups were created with the intention of sharing their ideas and knowledge freely among the community on a non-profit basis. They also connect with other communities who collect and exchange reuseable objects such as plants, seeds, containers, glass jars, etc. Public members who would like to share their ideas and knowledge on green living are welcome to join the Eco Green Living Facebook group.Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth6 May – 27 August 2017SAM at 8QExplorers of the land! How much do you know about the planet we inhabit? The Singapore Art Museum welcomes you back to the 7th edition of our family focused exhibition Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth. Through the eyes of nine contemporary artists, this year’s Imaginarium takes a closer look at our surroundings and the environments we reside in.Over millennia, humankind has made vast progress in charting the lands we inhabit: globalisation and technology have meant that distant locations and far-flung communities are now easier to connect with. Yet, how much do we really know of what constitutes the Earth's wonderful terrains? Consider as welll how the practices of cultures are inextricably tied to the places they inhabit, and people - either by choice or necessity -- adapt to ever-changing environments. Similarly, a locale’s plants and animals have also evolved unique traits to adapt to their habitats.There remains much more to learn about earth’s magnificent marvels, with the closest adventure a possible stone’s throw away! Through inspiring and engaging artworks, we invite the adventurers who visit Imaginarium 2017 to find new ways of discovering the endlessly fascinating world around them.Website: www.singaporeartmuseum.sgFacebook: www.facebook.com/singaporeartmuseumInstagram: www.instagram.com/singaporeartmuseum
翊往情深 2017 李翊君演唱会 Lee Yi Jun 2017 co...
Lee Yi Jun 李翊君 gain popularity in the Taiwan music industry with her signature song 萍聚 when it was released in 1987 and the album sold more than 200 thousand copies. She is also the voice behind the theme songs of many popular Taiwanese dramas such as 六个梦, 还珠格格, 雪珂， 星星知我心 and more. She was nominated for the Best Hokkien female singer category for the song 苦海女神龙 in the 1993 Taiwan Golden Melody Awards. Lee Yi Jun had released more than 50 albums and most of her hit songs are very karaoke friendly such as 风中的承诺, 沉默的祝福，七情六欲，苦海女神龙，婉君，雨蝶，雪珂, 永远永远, 诺言 and more. Having performed to sell-out crowd in her recent Taiwan concerts, Lee had also performed many solo concerts in other regions of China. Dont miss the chance to hear Lee Yi Jun belt out all her hit songs in her 2017 solo concert in Singapore.
Guangzhou Symphony Youth Orchestra ...
Huan Jing, conductorWang Jian, celloJia Lei, shengGuangzhou Symphony Youth OrchestraGuangzhou Symphony Youth Orchestra’s concert opens with two evocative pieces from Chinese composers: The Secret of Wind and Birds, Tan Dun's tone poem where the audience's mobile phones joins the orchestra in birdsong, and Lin Zhao’s Duo for Sheng, Cello and Orchestra, where acclaimed Chinese cellist Wang Jian and Sheng player Jia Lei tell a Chinese legend of a monk in search of Buddhist wisdom. From the East, they journey to the West with Vaughan Williams' sublime Serenade to Music in praise of music's beauty and concluding with the sunlit canopy and nightingale-touched dusk of Respighi's colourful Pines of Rome.
KAIN CHIK DUA MUNGKA (DOUBLE-FACED)
“Ai yee, Tua Pek Kong!” exclaimed Bibik Pungot as she learnt while gossiping with her daughter, what Bibik Bisu had been eating at home. “Ada ka begitu makan bubor sama tau yew seh?” (Has the situation reached this point where Bibik Bisu is eating porridge with dark soya sauce only?)Bibik Bisu, acted by none other than G T Lye, known to many as the doyen of female impersonators, resurfaces once again and causes tables to be turned. G T Lye reprises his role as a bibik in baju panjang and sanggol.Poh Geok, the unforgivable table-slamming daughter-in-law who spoke rudely to Bibik Bisu and chased her out of the home, fell gravely ill and finally, turned over a new leaf when she sought forgiveness from her mother-in-law.The story now shows the struggle Bibik Bisu has. Although she has forgiven her contrite daughter-in-law, her heart is scarred by hurtful words and unforgettable actions. She encourages her son, Chong Guan to take on a second wife so that he may have descendants. She succeeds and Betty marries into the family. Within a year, she bears him a son. Bibik Bisu is over the moon about the new daughter-in-law and now, grandson.How will Poh Geok continue living under such circumstances? Will her inner demons emerge and will she retaliate? Is Betty the willing and docile second wife? Is there no end in sight to this vicious cycle?Book your tickets now to find out.Mari kita sama sama pi tengok GSA mia Wayang Peranakan!
Young Talents Project 2017 Grand Fi...
They come from diverse backgrounds and range in age from 7 to 17 years.They are among Singapore’s outstanding young music talents with one common passion! An intense love for classical music!Catch these 10 young hopefuls perform with all their heart, in the exciting Grand Finals of Symphony 924’s Young Talents Project as they perform on the harp, yang qin, piano and one even explores her vocal prowess!Join us for an exciting finale as 10 outstanding classical musicians’ battle to be crowned the overall Grand Winner. They will be vying for top honours and up to $10,000 in prizes, including a trip to Vienne, the home of classical music! (Names not in order of performance)Junior Category Finalists: Anju Nogiwa (Piano)Joshuanne Yeh Su En (Piano)Kayden Yap Shi Jie (Piano)Jessie Meng (Piano)Renee Yadav (Harp)Senior Category Finalists: Leong Yong Jun (Yang Qin)Zhang Yifan Jem (Piano)Jarell Tang ZhiXian (Piano)Joanne Teo (Vocal)Loh Pei Yi (Piano)Support local young talents, get your tickets today!
Quintet-ssential British by Take 5 ...
Travel back to the beginning of the 20th century as Take 5 presents the Singapore premieres of piano quintets by two important British composers, written before the First World War.Grand and expansive in scale, the piano quintets of both Frank Bridge from 1912 and Arnold Bax from 1915 represent British nationalism and pride at the turn of the century, before the world was plunged into the chasm of a global war.Take 5 is a chamber music series initiated in 2007 by five prominent Singapore musicians to showcase masterpieces from the quintet chamber repertoire. Since its debut, the ensemble has featured and premiered piano quintets by Widor, Messiaen, Saint-Saens, Sibelius, Sinding, Bloch, Amy Beach, Bartok, Respighi, Francaix, Chausson, Brahms, Granados, Turina, Ginastera, Korngold, Fauré, Schumann, Dohnanyi, Dvořak, Kelly Tang, Franck, Elgar, Shostakovich and Joyce Koh to critical acclaim. They continue to explore works by well-known composers that are seldom performed in chamber concerts in Singapore.The Take 5 Piano Quintet are:Lim Yan, pianoFoo Say Ming, violinChan Yoong Han, violaLim Shue Churn, violinChan Wei Shing, cello
Bishal Music Festival, Singapore
The proposed Bishal Music Festival in Singapore is a musical event which focuses purely on Indian classical music. The line up of the artistes and the sublime music they create promise to make it one of the most celebrated music festivals in the island city. The concert will feature well known stalwarts from the music field like Pt. Shiv Kumar Sharma, Pt. Hari Prasad Chaurasia, Pt. Birju Maharaj, Dr. L.Subramaniam, Smt Bombay Jayashri, Ustad Shujaat Khan among others who are living legends and are icons to music lovers the world over. The other proposed artists include the new age artists who are accomplished musicians in their own right and who very assiduously are carrying forward the legacy of the great maestros.These talented young artists include Niladri Kumar, Kaushiki Chakraborty, Homayoun Sakhi, Deepak Pandit, Shubhendra and Saskia Rao, Sawani Shende and others whose music promises to leave the listeners spell bound. Click Here For Theatre Conditions of Entry
Silk Road Extravaganza 丝路高歌音乐会
TwoSet Violin World Tour
Australia's number one viral classical music duo, TwoSet Violin, are bringing their classical comedy into the concert hall! With over 60 million views and collaborations with superstars soloists such as Lang Lang, it's fair to say Internet sensation Twoset Violin are taking the Classical World by storm! Now they're bringing their unique blend of musicality, humor and Internet culture to life in the form of one crazy recital. Featuring the most 'fire' concerto rap battle, a time- travelling music app, and a love story better than Twilight, this show promises laughs for both the classical-music lover and those who don't know much about the genre. Also featured on the Strad magazine, the violin channel, SONY classical, SBS NEWS, Cut Common Magazine, WQXR.
AQUA 20th Anniversary Live in Singa...
Get your Barbie and Ken outfits on! European Dance-Megastars AQUA is heading to Singapore for a Once-In-A-Lifetime 20th Anniversary Concert! Yes! It's been THAT long - but we still can't get their crazy dance anthems off our minds! Who can forget their huge party hits "Barbie Girl", "Doctor Jones", "Roses Are Red", "My Oh My", "Lollipop (Candyman)", "Around The World" and "Cartoon Heroes"? And hands up those who remember their #1 ballad "Turn Back Time" from the Soundtrack of "Sliding Doors"? Come this November 25th, AQUA makes a rare appearance on our Singapore shores that will surely knock you off your feet! The AQUA party experience promises to be a feel-good show like no other! Be ready for heart-stomping, back-to-back greatest hits concert that will be backed by a full live band direct from Denmark! Just in case you need to be reminded, AQUA is THE BEST SELLING DANCE GROUP from Europe EVER! They have sold in excess of 33 million albums and singles, notching up 3 #1 Hits on the UK Chart and over a dozen chart-toppers in Europe. They also famously conquered Asia as well as the US Billboard Charts with their signature brand of playful pop and wacky lyrics. AQUA's 1997 album "Aquarium" is considered an iconic pop-dance album till this day. The enduring #1 hit "Barbie Girl" was a world-wide phenomenon that inspired a generation of cosplay dress-ups and is a staple in retro music nights worldwide, including our very own Mambo Jambo nights! Since splitting up in 2001, AQUA has only toured for special occasions - and this 20th Anniversary of "Barbie Girl" is a highly anticipated unique event! We are excited that AQUA has chosen Singapore as one of its global stops. Main members: lead female vocalist Lene NystrØm, male vocalist-rapper René Dif and keyboard-guitarist SØren Rasted will be presenting this energy-fuelled concert with their 'live' band entourage. This November, prepare to be transported to the happiest moments of our lives, when Flower Power, Lava Lamps, Smiley Faces were in full bloom and we played with Tamagotchi, worked with our floppy discs while jamming to the joyous sounds of AQUA.After all, life is short! Why so serious? AQUA performs at THE STAR THEATRE, THE STAR PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE on 25th November 2017, 8pm. Tickets from $98 to $168 available on SISTIC. Limited VIP Experience tickets include exclusive post-show Meet & Greet with AQUA (comprising a group photo opportunity and front row reserved seats). *Organizer reserves all rights to change or amend any aspect of the Meet & Greet Session content at its discretion. Management decision is final.
MELVYN TAN GALA CONCERT
Aureus Academy is delighted to announce the inaugural concert of the Aureus Great Artist Series featuring internationally renowned pianist Melvyn Tan. Hailed by The Straits Times as "Intensely Musical" Melvyn Tan will be performing a kaleidoscopic programme of Liszt, Ravel, Weber and Scarlatti. Tan actively performs with such prestigious ensembles as the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Academy of St Martin’s in the Fields, the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Salzburg’s Camerata and Mozarteum orchestras, Bruckner Orchester Linz, Melbourne Symphony and on tour with the Australian Chamber Orchestra. More recently, Tan has made regular appearances with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and with the London Chamber Orchestra, recording Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 12 and Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 2 on the orchestra’s LCO Live label.Programme: WEBERInvitation to the Dance RAVELValses Nobles SentimentalesIntervalLISZTFeux FolletsLes Cloches de GeneveLes jeux d’eau a la villa d’Este SCARLATTI2 SonatasRAVELMiroirs Noctuelles / Oiseuax Tristes / Une Barque sue l’Océan / Alborado del Gracioso / La Valée des Cloches
Vienna Boys Choir in Singapore 2018
Imagine listening to one of the most beautiful and purest voices on earth: that of the Vienna Boys Choir. Join us as we welcome Austria’s youngest ambassadors of music in the beautiful and historic Victoria Concert Hall.This will be the first concert in a series of 2 that the Vienna Boys Choir will be presenting in the first ever SVBC Week in Singapore. Audiences can expect to engage with the world famous choir in various activities in Singapore centered on these main themes: See, Sing, Study and Socialise with the Vienna Boys Choir. Maestro Luiz de Godoy is the choir’s conductor. Godoy is the 2016 recipient of the Erwin Ortner Prize for Choral Music. The Vienna Boys Choir has been singing at Vienna's Imperial Chapel since 1296. In 1498, Maximilian I (HRR) moved his court to Vienna, lock, stock, and choir, thus founding the “Hofmusikkapelle” (Chapel Imperial), and the Vienna Boys Choir. Over the centuries, the Viennese Court attracted great musicians like Isaac, de Monte, Fux, Caldara, Gluck, Salieri, Mozart, and Bruckner; Joseph Haydn, Michael Haydn, and Franz Schubert were themselves choir boys. Until 1918, the boys sang exclusively for the court. In the 1920s, the choir was reestablished as a private organisation. Since 1926, 2482 Vienna Boys Choir has sung 1000 tours in 97 different countries. Professor Gerald Wirth is the its Artistic Director, and its president.Today, there are 100 choristers between the ages of nine and fourteen, divided into four touring choirs. Each choir spends nine to eleven weeks of the academic year on tour. Together, the choirs give around 300 concerts each year, attended by almost half a million spectators around the world. The choir regularly tours Europe, Asia and Australia, and the Americas. On Sundays, the boys perform with members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and of the Vienna State Opera Chorus in Vienna’s Imperial Chapel, as they have done since 1498.The choir’s repertoire includes everything from medieval to contemporary music. Motets and lieder form the core of the touring repertoire, as do the choir’s own arrangements of Viennese music. The choir also performs children’s operas and world music.The Vienna Boys Choir performs with major orchestras, such as the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, the Staatskapelle Berlin, the Oslo Philharmonic, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Riccardo Muti (honorary member of the Chapel Imperial), Andrés Orozco Estrada, Christian Thielemann, Simone Young.You can find out more about SVBC week at www.svbc.sg regarding master classes and other activities.
Coming Together to Sing with Vienna...
Don’t miss the exciting grand finale and celebration concert to the week long SVBC week in Singapore where audiences, conductors and music teachers get to interact with the world famous choir in various activities in Singapore centered on these main themes: See, Sing, Study and Socialise with the Vienna Boys Choir. The choir will be joined on stage by the kids’ philharmonic@sg Orchestra in the second half of the concert. Maestro Luiz de Godoy will conduct both the choir and orchestra. Godoy is the 2016 recipient of the Erwin Ortner Prize for Choral Music.The Vienna Boys Choir has been singing at Vienna's Imperial Chapel since 1296. In 1498, Maximilian I (HRR) moved his court to Vienna, lock, stock, and choir, thus founding the “Hofmusikkapelle” (Chapel Imperial), and the Vienna Boys Choir. Over the centuries, the Viennese Court attracted great musicians like Isaac, de Monte, Fux, Caldara, Gluck, Salieri, Mozart, and Bruckner; Joseph Haydn, Michael Haydn, and Franz Schubert were themselves choir boys. Until 1918, the boys sang exclusively for the court. In the 1920s, the choir was reestablished as a private organisation. Professor Gerald Wirth is the its Artistic Director, and its president.Today, there are 100 choristers between the ages of nine and fourteen, divided into four touring choirs. Each choir spends nine to eleven weeks of the academic year on tour. Together, the choirs give around 300 concerts each year, attended by almost half a million spectators around the world. The choir regularly tours Europe, Asia and Australia, and the Americas.The choir’s repertoire includes everything from medieval to contemporary music. Motets and lieder form the core of the touring repertoire, as do the choir’s own arrangements of Viennese music. The choir also performs children’s operas and world music.The Vienna Boys Choir performs with major orchestras, such as the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, the Staatskapelle Berlin, the Oslo Philharmonic, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, conducted by world famous conductors.You can find out more about SVBC week at www.svbc.sg regarding master classes and other activities.
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