New Release and the result is 33 out of 33
|Thu, 23 Jan 2020||Concert|
|Tue, 17 Mar 2020||Concert|
|Sun, 29 Dec 2019||Concert|
|Sat, 7 Dec 2019||Comedy|
|Wed, 26 Feb 2020||Concert|
|Mon, 23 Dec 2019||Concert|
|Sat, 1 Feb 2020||Concert|
|Wed, 1 Jan 2020||Concert|
|Sun, 8 Dec 2019||Concert|
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Wed, 25 Dec 2019
|Fri, 8 Nov 2019-
Sun, 22 Mar 2020
|Sat, 14 Dec 2019||Lifestyle/Leisure|
|Sat, 7 Dec 2019||Lifestyle/Leisure|
Limelight 2020 Pasir Ris Secondar...
The Pasir Ris Secondary School (PRSS) Choir aims to build a family of choristers with character and beauty, who are self-directed to achieve a high standard of performance that celebrates cultural diversity. The choir prides itself by working together as a family where no member is left behind. The choir also reflects the school’s belief in the importance of developing confident and well-rounded individuals.In 2010, PRSS Choir found new direction transforming from a SSA (Female Choir) to an SATB mixed choir under the baton of Terrence Toh. In 2011, he led the choir to its first Gold Award at the Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) as an SATB choir. In 2013, the choir has been awarded a Certificate of Distinction in the biennial SYF Arts Presentation, a feat repeated in 2015, 2017 and 2019, establishing itself as a performing arts group with immense potential and promise. The choir’s overseas choral experiences include International Krakow Choir Festival "Cracovia Cantans" in 2012 and Hongkong Overseas Exchange in 2015.With the motto, “Many Voices, One Harmony”, PRSS Choir will continue to strive towards choral excellence and develop their musical talents that inspire and connect hearts wherever they are.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 2020 St. Margaret's Sec...
The St. Margaret’s Secondary School (SMSS) choir comprises girls from Secondary One to Five (12 to 17 years of age). The choir performs at annual school functions such as the Speech Day, Student Councillors’ Commendation, Founder’s Day Thanksgiving Service and CCA Fair.The choir garnered the Distinction Award in 2015, 2017 and 2019 in the Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Arts Presentation, and the Silver award for the Singapore International Choral Festival (SICF) in 2016. Other national events that the SMSS Choir participated in are the Combined Schools Choir for the SYF Opening Ceremonies in 1992 and 2002, as well as the 17th Southeast Asian Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies in 1993. Over the years, the choir has also been exposed to the world beyond Singapore through an exchange programme with Germany in 2004, the UK Choir Tour in 2005 and the 2010 Hong Kong Winter Choral Festival in which the choir clinched the Silver Award. Other public performances by the choir includes Soundtracks, part of Esplanade’s Free Performances series at the Esplanade Concourse in 2017 and their very own concert Seasons in 2018.The choir has performed an array of diverse repertoire comprising Renaissance motets, international folk songs, Southern gospel spirituals, and songs from musicals, jazz and pop genre. Led by conductor Mrs Heng-Yap Shing Min, the St. Margaret's Secondary School Choir will present an evening of song ranging from contemporary songs of praise to a cappella arrangements of Asian folksongs, Scandinavian and tango-influenced repertoire, and familiar Broadway favourites.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.
Philwinds Goes Pop!
Get set for the return of the extremely popular Philwinds Goes Pop series! Previous runs of this concert series have sold out quickly, and its return is widely awaited by many of The Philharmonic Winds's supporters.For this instalment, The Philharmonic Winds is collaborating with the Lee Wei Song School of Music, well-regarded for its track record of producing pop stars in Singapore, as well as for growing professionals in the Asian pop music arena. Principal Jay Lim will personally be presenting a ballad, and leading his team of four singers in various popular hits, orchestrated just for The Philharmonic Winds.Look forward to special arrangements of the latest hits, including songs by Stefanie Sun, A-Lin, Jam Hsiao, and music from the soundtrack of hugely-popular movies, Bohemian Rhapsody and The Greatest Showman. As always, surprises are aplenty for those who turn up -- including a K-pop hit or two! Get your tickets now!
Ollie Horn (UK) - Pig In Japan
BACK BY PUBLIC DEMAND - Critically acclaimed, Ollie Horn (UK) is back in Singapore with his stand-up comedy show 'Pig in Japan'. LAST SINGAPORE PERFORMANCE Ollie Horn was a breakthrough act at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019, where he played to sold-out audiences to widespread critical acclaim. Pig in Japan is the unmissable and hilarious tale of one man trying finding himself in a country that wasn't really looking for him anyway. He also shows on a big screen the daft things he had to do on Japanese TV to pay his rent, too. "It's impossible not to like Ollie Horn - an elegant and energetic orator who can keep a straight face through his funniest of jokes" - The Mumble Comedy "Even if you're not a fan of Japanese TV, you will still be caught in fits of laughter with this charming and hilarious show. Ollie is a natural...he sets up the audience for jokes like he is stacking Lego." - Broadway Baby "Culture shock comedy has been done before, but Pig in Japan is a very fine example. Ollie Horn's pure and joyous dedication to telling an entertaining tale allows him to incorporate its wider themes almost by stealth; the mark of a gifted storyteller." - The Wee Review One night only - see you there!
Chinese Chamber Music Fantasia - ...
Talented young Singapore erhu musicians Wong Qin Kai and Shunta Goh join hands to present their interpretations of signature erhu works by renowned composer Liu Wenjin, including The Sanmen Gorge Capriccio, Charms of Autumn and The Great Wall Capriccio.Written between 1959 to as recent as 2006, these masterful erhu works redefined the possibilities of the erhu and expanded the instrumental repertoire following the creation of 10 solo erhu works by the late Chinese music virtuoso Liu Tianhua. With a deep understanding of both Chinese traditional music and Western composition techniques, Liu Wenjin composed his erhu works drawing inspirations from Chinese musical aesthetics and social developments during his time. Standing the test of time, Liu’s erhu music is widely practised and performed by erhu musicians around the world.About Wong Qin Kai and Shunta GohWong Qin Kai and Shunta Goh are both graduates from Nanyang Academy of Music and co-founders of award-winning huqin ensemble StringWerkz. Under the tutelage of renowned erhu master Zhang Yu Ming, they have won the first prize in the Erhu Open category at the National Chinese Music Competition in 2008 and 2010. Besides performing actively in Singapore, they have also performed in Taiwan, Russia and the US.
FESTIVAL WINDS HONOUR BAND CONCERT ...
The highly anticipated band event of the year “Festival Winds”, organized by the Band Directors’ Association (Singapore) and co-produced by the Licha Stelaus Productions, is back for its second year running! Festival Winds is a premier musical experience for students (Secondary School and above) throughout Singapore to come together and perform with one another. Festival Winds remains as an encouraging and inclusive platform for like-minded individuals to come together to share musical ideas, make friends and promote musical growth. At Festival Winds, students will participate in masterclasses with an esteemed professional faculty and rehearse as an ensemble for 4 days. At the end of the Festival, students will put up a full-length concert to demonstrate their growth and development.Do look forward to catch your favourite Band Directors in action as the BDA(S) takes stage for the Festival Winds Honour Band Concert. Festival Winds Honour Band Concert will be conducted by BDA(S)’s esteemed advisor, Dr Leonard Tan from the National Institute of Education, Director of Music of the Singapore Armed Forces Central Band ME5 Tan Aik Kee Ken Steven, and the Deputy Director of Music of the Singapore Police Force Band ASP (2) Lau Lifeng.Festival Winds is grateful to our sponsors, The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM), Chenter Foundation, National Arts Council Arts Fund, Hong Leong Foundation and Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple, and our new venue Partner, Nanyang Polytechnic, for their generosity in supporting Festival Winds 2019.
Huayi 华艺节 2020 David Tao "DT in H...
With seven albums to his name, this six-time Golden Melody Award-winning singer’s name is synonymous with Mandopop of the 21st century. He is the godfather of Mandarin R&B, David Tao.Since his debut in 1997, the multi-talented singer-songwriter has made waves with his signature style of R&B tunes crossed with rock beats, rejuvenating the Mandarin music scene with songs such as Airport 10.30, Blue Moon, Close to You and Black Tangerine.Regarded as one of the most versatile and creative artists in the Mandopop scene, Tao returns to Singapore with a brand-new showcase that is unlike any before. Going back to the basics with renowned music director Goh Kheng Long and backed by a band of established musicians, hear Tao at his best in the full harmonic splendour of the Esplanade Concert Hall as he presents an immersive performance exemplifying his musicality and vocal prowess.Feel the Tao of music as he delivers a one-of-a-kind intimate sound experience featuring his best hits.Singapore pop-duo The Freshman will be the opening act for this performance.
Pentas 2020 Konsert Karya Agung P...
Join Dato’ Sri Siti Nurhaliza and various Singaporean artists, led by the Orkestra Tradisional Malaysia (OTM), as we usher in the New Year with the works of legendary Malay composer Pak Ngah. Sing along to hit favourites like Cindai, Nirmala, Dikir Putri and many more in this one night only concert at the Esplanade Concert Hall.Produced by Istana Budaya, Konsert Karya Agung Pak Ngah (Pak Ngah’s Legendary Hits in Concert) will feature iconic songs by the renowned Malaysian composer, the late Datuk Suhaimi Md. Zain, who is more fondly known as Pak Ngah. Throughout his illustrious career, Pak Ngah championed Malay ethnic pop and composed hit songs for many artists in the Nusantara, many of which propelled their careers to new heights.OTM is a traditional Malay orchestra comprising musicians of different ethnic backgrounds that is managed by Istana Budaya. The concert will be jointly produced by OTM and Pak Ngah Production Sdn. Bhd.
Opeth - Live in Singapore
LAMC Productions is excited to announce that Swedish masters of progressive metal Opeth will perform in Singapore on 08 December, 2019, Sunday, at Live at The Crossroads!The band has recently released their thirteenth album ‘In Cauda Venenum’, an engaging, panoramic and intense oeuvre which promises its ability to charm with delightful and wistful melodies. 'A band that has and will always be an absolute force of nature in the music world.'- 100% Rock MagazineGear up for an in-depth rock luxury with Opeth’s upcoming performance!
VivoCity Bounce-A-Saurus Fiesta
Jump in for a roar-some Christmas at VivoCity's first-ever, large-scale inflatable event! With a thrilling 5-metre tall wet slide, exciting inflatable bouncers and fun-filled game booths, you are in for a dino-mite time!
ACM Special Exhibition - Living wit...
Living with Ink: The Collection of Dr Tan Tsze Chor at the Asian Civilisations Museum presents the largest showcase to date of the late Dr Tan Tsze Chor's esteemed Xiang Xue Zhuang Collection, of which 130 pieces were donated to the museum by the Tan family since 2000. The show invites visitors to experience the passion of Chinese art and connoisseurship, and to explore the collection's cultural impact and influence in advancing the arts scene among the local Chinese community in Singapore in the 20th century. The exhibition presents treasured paintings, porcelain, and scholars' objects from Dr Tan's collection, including paintings by modern Chinese masters Ren Yi, Xu Beihong, and Qi Baishi. Also included are works made by artists in Singapore in the 1930s through the 1980s, when Dr Tan was building his collection.
National Gallery Singapore - Teen W...
Teen Workshop: Charcoal MasterpiecesSat 14 Dec | 1–4pm | City Hall Wing, Level 1, Keppel Centre for Art Education | $30 per person, book now |Strictly for 14–18 year olds (unaccompanied)Discover how artist Tang Ling Nah renders perspective and light in her charcoal drawings of Singapore. Learn charcoal drawing techniques to create your own masterpiece inspired by the architecture of National Gallery Singapore.
National Gallery Singapore - Tween ...
Tween Workshop: What’s in a Print?Sat 7 Dec | 1–4pm | City Hall Wing, Level 1, Keppel Centre for Art Education | $30 per person, book now |Strictly for 10–14 year olds (unaccompanied)What is a relief? How is woodcut created? Satisfy your curiosity as artist Dahlia Osman introduces print-making techniques with different types of materials, and make a print that is uniquely yours!
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