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"When To Worry About Back and Neck ...
Spinal conditions affect many people. The Singapore Spine Society invites a panel of orthopaedic and neurosurgical specialists along with physiotherapists working in public and private hospitals to discuss about the common causes of spinal conditions that lead to neck and back pain, spinal deformities and fractures.Using their wealth of experiences, these doctors would share signs and symptoms of potentially serious spinal conditions. This is a good opportunity to meet the experts who are active in their field to discuss about the most up-to-date management strategies. Onsite bone mineral density of the heel is also available.
Mosaic Music Series The Manhattan ...
“When it comes to vocal power, The Manhattan Transfer set the bar.”– Dallas Morning News“...the harmonies are stunning, and the basic sound sets a standard by which other jazz groups must be compared.”– The Chicago Tribune“...they are masters of vocalese”– London Jazz NewsEight years ago at Esplanade, The Manhattan Transfer effortlessly swept Mosaic audiences off their feet. This September, they return to make us swoon all over again.With sold-out tours and worldwide record sales in the millions, The Manhattan Transfer bring their unique and extraordinary vocal magic to fans old and new.The Manhattan Transfer remains a cornerstone for great pop and jazz hits, a legacy that the group has cemented since their first recording in 1972. The legendary quartet has been awarded 10 Grammy Awards and has been inducted in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. Their debut album included the single Operator, which gave the group their first national hit, and their vocal remake of the classic Birdland became recognised as their anthem and earned them their first two Grammy Awards.Janis Siegel, Alan Paul and Cheryl Bentyne have been joined by Trist Curless as an official member of the group—all of them maintaining the integrity and artistry left by late founding member Tim Hauser.Listen to: The Very Best of The Manhattan Transfer, 1994
M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festi...
This 10th anniversary edition of Binary - International Artists Showcase presents two unforgettable past Festival artists hailed for their commanding stage presence and artistry.For those who missed its highly-acclaimed 2013 staging at the Festival, here’s your chance to catch Stigma, a dark, enigmatic solo performance by Danish dance artist Kitt Johnson. Hailed as one of the New York Times’ Top 10 Dance Performances of 2003, this extraordinary work has lost none of its visceral power and hypnotic intensity 20 years after its astonishing debut.Last seen at the Festival in 2014, Japanese dance artist Shintaro Oue presents 談ス (Dan-su), marking the Singapore premiere of this adventurous full-length work. Stripping away all dance rules, the work lets go of perfection to courageously explore states of uncertainty. Both a dance and a “talk”, the choreography develops from the myriad expressions of the body, as its three performers shape-shift in every scene.A reflection on the life of creating and performing, Binary - International Artists Showcase celebrates the evolution and beauty of these artistic journeys.
M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festi...
Asian Festivals Exchange (AFX) returns as Co.Lab.Asians! Dance artists from different countries and backgrounds, including those from Asia, join hands to create original new dance works - in just under six weeks. A marathon exercise of creativity, communication and ingenuity, these artistic collaborations often breed unexpected, unique performances that span cultures.In a duet performance, Lee Ren Xin and Miwa Okuno reunite from their 2014 AFX collaboration to delve into the different conscious states of the body – from alienation and disconnection with the physical, to the subtle, layered relationship between two bodies.How would an angular stone roll? This quirky work, Rolling Stone by Ji Kyungmin uses speed and music to take “rolling” to a whole new level. Together with dancers from T.H.E Second Company, Ji leaves no stone unturned as he embarks on a mind-boggling journey of getting sharp-cornered “human stones” to roll as smoothly as soccer balls.Exploring the human condition, Isabella Giustina and T.H.E Second Company present Hanging in the Balance. In a world where we often endeavour to hide our insecurities and fears amidst our convictions, could there be a superhuman power behind our fragility?
M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festi...
For the very first time, DiverCity presents three new creations by a fresh breed of Singaporean independent dance artists, in a season showcasing the bold energy and dynamism of our evolving local dance scene.Adele Goh’s solo performance, created in collaboration with Germaine Cheng, rediscovers the joy, power and necessity of the body as space through searing questions: What makes a space habitable or architectural? What deems it private or social, dangerous or safe.Presented in the Festival’s Off Stage platform in 2018, Amelia Chong’s NAMUH caught the eye of Supercell: Festival of Contemporary Dance’s co-founder and curator Kate Usher, leading to its further development and Australian premiere at this year’s edition of the Brisbane festival. This latest rendition, refined over the last year, sees Chong flipping humanity on its head to investigate the complexities and strangeness of the human form.Taking us back to our senses is DBL.TAP by Edwin Wee and Rachel Lum. The duo takes on the phenomenon of social media addiction to ask: Are we lost in a fantasised version of who we think we are, and are we becoming more disconnected than ever in this era of lauded connectivity?
M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festi...
An invitation to watch and be watched. A tennis player’s obsession with victory. A dancer wonders if the body holds a separate memory bank. Daring, exuberant and utterly contemporary, M1 Open Stage is the Festival’s annual excursion into the curious minds of choreographic talents from Singapore, Southeast Asia and beyond.Selected by an international panel from almost 200 entries, these 12 works are a fascinating glimpse into the creative processes and themes that drive the current generation of contemporary dance artists. At once profound and questioning, playful and reflective, come delve into the creativity and passion of these dance talents.
BodySOS Health Congress 2019
Better health is the central to human happiness and well-being.Over the years, we are becoming more health conscious and constantly seeking for better, healthier and smarter solutions that fit their lifestyle and needs!This March, Love 97.2FM, Capital 95.8FM & Channel 8 come together and bring you BodySOS Health Congress 2019! Join the panel of renowned doctors including, Dr Kewin Siah , Nutritionist Ms Nicole Lim and Dr Chen Chih Chia as they talk about maintaining overall health, touching on certain specific and more common health problems etc.
Old Worlds for New
PROGRAMMELeonard BernsteinChichester PsalmsFrancis Jean Marcel PoulencGloria, FP 177Antonín Leopold DvořákSymphony No. 9 in E minor, “From the New World”, Op. 95, B. 178FEATURINGEe Ping, sopranoJayson Lim En Xu, boy trebleThe Joy Chorale, Khor Ai Ming, directorAdrian Tan, conductorThe opening concert of BHSO’s 2019 season will feature BHSO and The Joy Chorale – the orchestra’s community choir led by Khor Ai Ming and conducted by Adrian Tan. While these choral masterworks by Bernstein and Poulenc inject the musical styles of the 20th Century into ancient texts, Dvorak’s “New World” symphony drew heavy influence from African American melodies. What these composers sought to do was to bring forth traditions to a new era.Taking the centrestage of this concert is Ee Ping, a highly accomplished Singaporean soprano. Based in London, Ee Ping returns to Singapore frequently to perform with various groups including the SSO. Together with BHSO and The Joy Chorale, the 2001 Singapore Young Artist Award recipient will take the audience through a repertoire that traverses time and tradition.
Jacintha Is Her Name Concert
Jacintha sings her hits Somewhere over the Rainbow, The Waters to March, Wave, Corcovado, Moon River and songs from Fire & Rain Album.Accompanying Jacintha at "Jacintha Is Her Name" concert are stellar musicians led by Music Director Mei Sheum, with Dr Sydney Tan on Bass, Tama Goh on Drums, Sebastian Ho on Guitar.Don't miss a night with Jacintha on 4 May 2019, 8pm at Esplanade Recital Studio. It's a Date!
This Is What Happens To Pretty Girl...
Sex. Violence. Blurred lines.An undergrad and a lecturer begin a precarious flirtation. Two workmates go on a date that each remembers very differently. A long lost bogeyman returns to draw new blood from old scars.Eight bodies collide. Eight souls crisscross. Eight lives get entangled in a web of pain, shame and heartbreak. And the world as they each know it will never be the same again.Millions globally are being pulled into the #MeToo minefield and the Time’s Up tsunami, with numerous victims of sexual misconduct finding their voices as survivors and warriors.Then there are the many voices that are never heard, stories never told, secrets never shared, truths never revealed.Pangdemonium’s world premiere of THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS TO PRETTY GIRLS is one such story, with many sides, many secrets, and many truths, each one demanding to be told; a story of women and men perched on the knife edge between damnation and deliverance.Playwright Ken Kwek has conducted over 100 interviews, and from true-life stories of sexual trauma and survival, has created a provocative and powerful piece of theatre for our times. Kwek says: “This play is partly a journey of my own reckoning with the #MeToo movement. I see this as being as much a men’s issue - if not more so – as it is a women’s issue.”THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS TO PRETTY GIRLS is an explosive and timely theatrical event that will challenge you to question yourself and the people you think you know. Especially those who believe that “this is what happens to pretty girls”.You have been warned.Starring Oon Shu An, Pam Oei, Serene Chen, Thomas Pang, Adrian Pang, Jamil Schulze, Paul Courtenay Hyu, and introducing Tess Pang. Directed by Tracie Pang
尤雅2019演唱会 You Ya 2019 Concert
You Ya尤雅, the evergreen Taiwanese superstar will serenade you with all her hit songs and ballads, walking you through all your past years memories and reminiscing all the songs that have made her one of the most endearing and enduring pop singers in the Chinese music industry. Since embarking on her singing career in the 70s, You Ya has grown well-loved by Chinese fans around the world. Being the favorite student of multi-talented popular song writer Liu Jia Chang刘家昌, she has received his best compositions such as 往事只能回味, 我找到自己, 在雨中, 梅花, 只要为你活一天 and also her other hit songs such as心有千千结,烟水寒, 彩云飞 and more.You Ya never fail to wow her audiences with her wide repertoire of songs, staging sold-out concerts in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and even the States.Mark the date on your calendar as You Ya brings u down memory lane with all her hit classics.
Frontier Danceland’s mid-year production, SIDES returns with another captivating edition! SIDES 2019 will be a double-bill featuring new work by renowned choreographers Shahar Binyamini (Israel) and Neus Gil Cortés (Spain/UK), created for and performed by Frontier Danceland company artists. This production promises to delight audiences with the strength and beauty of movement, and move them with the depth of expression.
《龙牙门重现》Whispers from the Dragon's T...
新加坡从龙牙门淡马锡、石叻坡、到星洲都汇集着多元民族传统文化的传承，早期龙牙门地标展示着这个鲜为人知的小岛，龙牙门也为这海岛掀开一些逸闻轶事。新加坡由周边爪哇、马六甲、暹罗等国先后治理。岛国是移民社会，多元种族文化，和谐共存是多年累积下来的文化特色。舞剧《龙牙门重现》为表现岛上爪哇皇室事迹，舞蹈特地邀请印尼编舞大师Didik Nini Thowok 担任舞剧中之艺术顾问。此次表演也请来室利瓦里珊马来舞团的六位舞者参与演出，也同时邀请新马著名的历史学者柯木林先生作为演出顾问，剧作家韩劳达先生为剧本顾问，以及土生华人服装设计师黄俊荣为服装顾问。新加坡华族文化中心为纪念新加坡开埠200年特别邀请新加坡聚舞坊当代艺团呈献舞剧《龙牙门重现》。舞剧将于2019年4月20日于新加坡华族文化中心剧场举行，3pm与8pm两场。票价为 $40与 $30两种，即日起可于SISTIC订购。
CRYSTAL by Tama & Ai Ming
CRYSTALIt’s our 15th Wedding Anniversary!We wish to share the joy of our music life of the past 15 years with all our friends! Please come and have fun with us!Sincerely,Tamagoh and Khor Ai MingMusiciansTony Makarome, BassSebastian Ho, GuitarRit Xu, FluteBertrand Lee, Piano
Fantastic Mr Fox in Mandarin了不起的狐狸爸...
The Little Company’s production of Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox in 2012 was a huge hit with parents, teachers and children.“Very interactive”“Engaging and true to the book!”“Enjoyed by both children and adults”This July, we’re excited to present Fantastic Mr Fox in Mandarin!Fantastic Mr Fox is a classic tale of goodies and baddies. It is an inspiring story about the brave and clever Mr Fox who, with the help of his family and friends, outsmarts three farmers’ nasty schemes in order to provide food for the animal community.The farmers Boggis, Bunce and Bean have been digging up the animals’ home, trying to get Mr Fox by any means possible. Trapped underground, Mr Fox and his family and friends are starving, leaving Mr Fox with no choice but to devise a plan to find food for everyone to survive.Filled with humour and packed with action, this is a fantastic show to be enjoyed by children of all ages.
22 Operas, 41 Symphonies, 27 Piano Concerti, 18 Piano Sonatas, 23 String Quartets, 36 Sonatas for piano and violin - all this and more created in just a short span of 35 years of life, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, born in Salzburg, continued to be prolific until the last year of his life in Vienna, when he produced some of his greatest works 'The Magic Flute', his Clarinet Concerto and the unfinished 'Requiem'.Mozart 36 follows his journey as a young composer from age 8 with the first of his Sonatas for piano and violin to the last in 1788, when he was living at the centre of the Viennese musical world as the city's finest keyboard player and a hugely successful composer.Mozart Sonata for piano and violin in G major KV.301Mozart Sonata for piano and violin in e minor KV.304Mozart Sonata for piano and violin in A major KV.305Mozart Sonata for piano and violin in B flat major KV.454Join British pianist Sam Haywood and Singaporean solo violinist Tang Tee Khoon as TTK Grand Series embarks on this one and a half year journey through the complete 36 Sonatas for piano and violin by Mozart, and a selection of his iconic chamber works and concerti. Revel within this set of his mature Sonatas, chosen to kick off our Mozart 36 journey, on this first unique evening.======OTHER EVENTSCONCERTS FOR CHILDREN"Mozart: The Lightness of Being" for ages 0-2 and 2-4Discover the lightness of being in Mozart amidst bubbles, feathers, balloons, and streamers, with our fun animateur and internationally acclaimed chamber musicians. Through moving rhythmically with world-class music, children will physically revel in the lightness and joy of Mozart's music."Mozart: His Colour Palette of Emotions" for ages 4-6 and 6-12 From day to night, from dark to light, explore the full colour palette of emotions in the music of Mozart with our engaging animateur and internationally acclaimed chamber musicians. Children will nurture their varied sense of emotions through exploration and expressive artwork, with the support of world-class music.8, 9 JuneThe ArtgroundTickets at http://tangteekhoongrandseries.com/concerts/concerts-for-children/
One Ticket, So March Value @ Scienc...
Enjoy admission to five key attractions at Science Centre Singapore with only one ticket! From now until 31 March 2019, dive into new experiences at Science Centre Singapore, Omni-Theatre, Butterflies Up-Close, The Inventions of Ancient Greece: Origins of Our Modern Technology exhibition and the Laser Maze Challenge from just $25* per person!ins(PI)reGet ready to memorise as many Pi digits as possible during our annual Pi Week celebration, or simply join our gallery trail as we explore Pi through various activities and games that will bring about a greater appreciation for this mathematical constant.Omni-TheatreIf you love all things space-related, then a trip to Omni-Theatre is just perfect for you! From Space Next 3D which offers us a glimpse into the possibilities of space research and developments, to the latest The Adventures of Rosetta and Philae movie that covers the history of how a spacecraft embark on a mission to reach the ancient comet 67P – there’s just something for everyone at Southeast Asia’s first 8K 3D digital dome theatre!Butterflies Up-CloseAre you a nature lover? Then head down to Science Centre Singapore’s very own butterfly sanctuary Butterflies Up-Close! Join our daily guided tour at 2.30pm as we go on an immersive journey through the different stages of butterfly metamorphosis.The Inventions of Ancient Greece: Origins of Our Modern TechnologyDon’t miss this chance to visit The Inventions of Ancient Greece: Origins of Our Modern Technology travelling exhibition that will be open until 24 March 2019. Join us as we venture back in time to discover the marvels of ancient Greek inventions in the field of science and technology! Our guides will also share more details about these ingenious inventions, and engage you in fun hands-on activities such as photo-taking and DIY flower crown activities.Laser Maze ChallengeAre you nimble, are you quick – and are you up for a challenge? Relax your muscles, harness your inner “ninja” and manoeuvre through a dense field of laser beams to exit the maze in the shortest possible amount of time!At Science Centre Singapore, we have tons of fun and enriching activities for everyone!*Terms apply.
Limelight 2019 Catholic High Schoo...
The Catholic High School Edward Becheras Choir is an all-boys SATB choir. The choir showcases male sopranos and altos, which are roles usually sung by female voices. Through months of rigorous practising of technique, the choir has honed the skill of singing in falsetto, creating a beautiful tone quality unique to male upper voices. As one of the most celebrated secondary school choirs, the choir is respected in the local choral community, having achieved numerous accolades over the years—including distinctions in the Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Arts Presentation for Choirs.With a motto of “Pride, Passion, Performance”, the choir aims to bring out the true meaning in every song they sing, believing that they have an emotional message to convey beyond the notes. The choir has a diverse repertoire ranging from the classics to modern selections, providing choristers with exposure towards various styles of choral music.The programme for the evening features classical works like Bruckner’s Ave Maria and whimsical favourite Da Coconut Nut. The choir also pays tribute to Asia with songs such as Suri Ram, Autumn Cicada and Pamugun.Bringing the arts to communities in need through LimelightHalf of the ticket proceeds will go towards supporting Esplanade’s community engagement programmes that bring the arts to at-risk youth, the elderly, people with special needs, and other underserved communities.
Limelight 2019 Temasek Junior Coll...
The Temasek Junior College (TJC) Symphonic Band was established in 1977 for students to express their interest and love for music. As a band with a rich tradition and dedicated alumni, it maintains a high standard of excellence, driven by the commitment, dedication and sheer passion of its students and resident conductor, Mr. Alex Lin. The band bagged its 14th Gold Award in the Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) (2007), along with the coveted Gold with Honours Award (2005). Excellent results were maintained at the SYF Arts Presentation from 2013 to 2017, where the band was awarded the highest accolade of Certificate of Distinction.The band has also done consistently well in both local and regional competitions. In 2014, they were awarded the 2nd runner-up in the Open Division of the Singapore International Band Festival (SIBF). In 2012, the band clinched the Gold award in the First Division of SIBF and also finished in the top three in that category.While the band actively pursues musical excellence, it also does its part in contributing to the community, regularly participating in community service events such as Fun For All Under The Stars held at the Singapore Turf Club, performances at the Changi Naval Base Open House, and volunteering at the Willing Hearts soup kitchen and Bright Vision Hospital.Since 2013, the band has expanded in membership with more than sixty students from the Integrated Programme (IP) Year 1 to 4, led by conductor Mr. Tan Yao Cong, an alumni of the TJC Symphonic Band. The IP Band, together with the JC Band, has consistently staged sold-out concerts at venues such as Victoria Concert Hall and Singapore Conference Hall. In 2017, the IP Band took part in its first Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Arts Presentation and attained the Certificate of Distinction.This concert will be a culmination of the IP and JC band’s musical endeavours and achievements, as well as years of musical excellence and patient guidance under the baton of their beloved conductors, Mr. Alex Lin, who has been with the band since 1981, and Mr. Tan.The band will perform works by renowned wind band composers such as Prima Luce (First Light) by prolific Belgium composer Jan Van der Roost, as well as Pompeii by Satoshi Yagisawa. Tunes from famous musicals such as Les Miserables will also be featured in the band’s second showing at the Limelight Series.Bringing the arts to communities in need through LimelightHalf of the ticket proceeds will go towards supporting Esplanade’s community engagement programmes that bring the arts to at-risk youth, the elderly, people with special needs, and other underserved communities.
Limelight 2019 Victoria Junior Col...
Join the Victoria Junior College Symphonic Band (VJCSB) as they spark your imagination with a night of fantasia. Under the baton of music director Adrian Chiang, the band will be presenting a series of fantasy-themed pieces. Transcending through space and time, VJCSB will be playing a variety of works that aims to trigger various emotions.Hop onto the Orient Express, a piece composed by Philip Sparke, and embark on a night of fantasy! Imagine yourself as the protagonist who fights off evil forces with your Giant Robo in an exhilarating journey together in a dystopian world with GR Selections by Masamichi Amano. Be regaled with Adventure Tale of Professor Alex by Daisuke Shimizu as you follow a mysterious map to seek ancient treasures and the fountain of youth.Since its formation in 1984, VJC Symphonic Band has endeavoured to nurture its students' musical proficiency and to develop in them a life-long interest in music. In this spirit, the band has staged numerous public concerts over the years and has participated actively in the Singapore Youth Festival, garnering top awards.Bringing the arts to communities in need through LimelightHalf of the ticket proceeds will go towards supporting Esplanade’s community engagement programmes that bring the arts to at-risk youth, the elderly, people with special needs, and other underserved communities.
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