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Singapore Symphony Orchestra

Since its founding in 1979, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) has been Singapore’s flagship orchestra, touching lives through music and providing the heartbeat of our cultural scene. Bridging the musical traditions of East and West, the orchestra has a versatile repertoire which spans all-time favourites and orchestral masterpieces to cutting-edge premieres. The orchestra makes its performing home at the 1,800-seat Esplanade Concert Hall. More intimate works and community performances take place at the 673-seat Victoria Concert Hall, the home of the SSO. The SSO also manages the Singapore Symphony Choruses, the chamber music series VCHpresents, the Singapore International Piano Festival, the Singapore National Youth Orchestra and the National Piano & Violin Competition.

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SCO 2020 Concert Season

In Singapore Chinese Orchestra, we aspire to be a world renowned Chinese Orchestra with a uniquely Singaporean character and to also inspire Singapore and the World with our music. This year, we strive to bring you delightful music accompanied with a taste of Chinese culture for all to appreciate.

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Marina Bay Sands

Come and revel in a myriad of exciting experiences. Feast your senses on world-class performances at Sands Theatre™, which has played host to award-winning musicals like The Lion King and The Phantom of the Opera. Visiting Singapore for the first time? Take in unparalleled views of the island from 57 levels high at SkyPark® Observation Deck, or enjoy a leisurely Sampan ride along the canal. Be inspired by thought-provoking exhibitions at ArtScience Museum™. Interact with cutting-edge digital installations in the permanent exhibition Future World: Where Art Meets Science. Get an all-access pass to explore other exhibitions staged in partnership with renowned museums and galleries from around the world. Save up to 20% when you book Show & Dine or Exhibition & Lunch packages!

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Local theatre companies to offer cross-show discounts

In light of the COVID-19 situation, three local theatre companies have banded together to offer discounts to each other’s shows, to support their decisions to carry on with their planned February – March 2020 productions. Patrons who have purchased tickets to Pangdemonium’s The Son, Singapore Repertory Theatre’s The Lifespan of a Fact, and Wild Rice’s The Importance of Being Earnest are able to enjoy 15% discount to the other above-mentioned shows. Patrons who are purchasing tickets to these shows may look out for a purchase link to the other two shows in a pop-up message after their purchase has been successful. Patrons who have already purchased tickets to any of these shows may call the SISTIC Hotline at +65 6348 5555 to enjoy the offer to the other shows. About the Shows ​ The Importance of Being Earnest, is Wild Rice’s award-winning spin on Oscar Wilde’s popular comedy tale about courtship, hidden identities and the foibles of high society. Glen Goei leads the direction together with an all-male ensemble starring Brendon Fernandez, Chua Enlai, Crispian Chan, Daniel York, Gavin Yap, Hossan Leong, Ivan Heng and Lim Kay Siu. It runs from Feb 7 to March 8 at The Ngee Ann Kongsi Theatre @ W!LD RICE. Book tickets to The Importance of Being Earnest here. ​ Pangdemonium’s The Son will run from Feb 20 to March 7 at the Drama Centre Theatre. Written by Florian Zeller, the play explores the challenging theme of youth mental health issues through the story of a pair of divorced parents struggling to save their teenage son, whose behaviour was becoming increasingly erratic. It is helmed by director Tracie Pang, and features actors Adrian Pang, Zachary Pang, Shona Benson, Sharda Harrison and Serene Chan. Book tickets to The Son here. Singapore Repertory Theatre’s The Lifespan of a Fact will run from Feb 25 to March 14 at the KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT. This play is a comedic battle of pure fact versus poetic truth, which ensues when a fact checker takes an essayist to task over his piece in a magazine. Directed by Dan Slater, the cast includes Ghafir Akbar, Janice Koh and Jamil Schulze. Book tickets to The Lifespan of a Fact here.

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