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Esplanade Presents Flipside 2018 ...
A sonic, musical experience... in complete darkness! This one-of-a-kind sensory experience features live music and vocals in an ethereal journey of original music and classic tunes and subtle lighting effects. Put together by a team of veteran Singapore artists led by composer and music director Julian Wong.Music & show direction - Julian WongVocal direction - Irene JansenSound design - Sandra Tay & Shah TahirLighting design - Alberta WileoPerformers: Katryna Tan, Rizal Sanip, Feri Susanto, Rit Xu, Ryan Sim, Leslie Tay, Remah Diamante, Rohaniah Bte Said, Hannah Nordin, Ashley Gerard Perry, Malcolm Lim
Limelight 2018 by Dunman High Scho...
Discover the beauty of music with the Dunman High School Symphonic Band (DHSSB) as the band explores an evening of classic pieces that showcase their versatility and passion for music-making.Starting their journey as a military brass band in 1967, DHSSB continues to promote a lifelong interest in and love for music in its band members by providing a nurturing and professional learning environment that enhances musical and artistic expression. Under the baton of Mr Tan Yao Cong and Mr Desmond Ng, the band has consistently performed well. The band clinched the Gold/ Distinction Award in the biennial Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Arts Presentation for Concert Bands in the years 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2005. In 2013 and 2015, the band obtained the Distinction Award, the highest standard of excellence in the competition. In 2001, DHSSB was selected as one of the Top 5 Secondary School Bands of Singapore. In the year 2011, the Junior High and Senior High Symphonic Band participated in the 22nd Australian International Music Festival held in Sydney and was awarded the Gold Award.Tune in to Aida’s Triumphal Grand March, James Barnes’ Third Symphony as well as Mancini!, a symphonic showstopper that celebrates the creativity of Henry Mancini.Bringing the arts to communities in need through LimelightHalf of the ticket proceeds will go toward supporting Esplanade’s community engagement programmes which bring the arts to at-risk youth, the elderly, people with special needs and other underserved communities.
Limelight 2018 by Nanyang Junior ...
Comprising young singers and an inspiring conductor full of energy and fervour for music-making, the NYJC choir strives to continue making greater breakthroughs in our pursuit for choral excellence. More importantly, we will stay true to what we are – a family of singers that makes beautiful music together.The choir has been making its mark in both the local and overseas choral music scenes. After clinching gold awards in the Festival of Songs held in Olomouc, Czech Republic in 2010 as well as the 12th International Choir Competition Riva del Garda in Italy in 2012, the choir has continued to reach multiple milestones in its choral journey. In 2013, the choir was also a part of the Esplanade’s Limelight Series, showcasing a repertoire which reflected the choir’s past, present, and future. In the 2013, 2015 and 2017 Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation, the choir was awarded the Certificate of Distinction.The NYJC Choir has also taken part in many collaborative efforts including performing with Singapore Lyric Opera in its annual Gala Concerts in 2015 and 2016 and joined hands with choirs from various local institutions including Hwa Chong Institution, Chung Cheng High School (Main), CHIJ Katong Convent and Anglo Chinese School (Independent).Bringing the arts to communities in need through LimelightHalf of the ticket proceeds will go toward supporting Esplanade’s community engagement programmes which bring the arts to at-risk youth, the elderly, people with special needs and other underserved communities.
A tale of star-crossed lovers, honour and betrayal, don’t miss the most highly anticipated and emotionally-charged production of 2018!An Ethiopian princess, Aida, is captured in Egypt. She betrays her true identity and is now a slave to Amneris, the Egyptian King’s daughter. Aida and Radamès, an Egyptian general, are secretly in love but he is betrothed to Amneris. When Radamès leads an army against Ethiopia, Aida is forced to weigh her heart against her responsibility as the leader of her people. Will their love transcend the differences between their warring nations?With a stellar cast of leading singers, a 100-strong chorus and over 70 orchestra members, Singapore Lyric Opera is proud to present Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida for the very first time. First performed at Cairo’s Khedivial Opera House on 24 December 1871, Verdi’s Aida remains as one of the most-performed and well-loved operas in the world!Stage Director: Andrew Sinclair (UK)Conductor: Somtow Sucharitkul (Thailand)Set Designer: Justin Hill (Australia)Costume Designer: Moe Kasim (Singapore)Lighting Designer: Adrian Tan (Singapore)Chorus Master: Terrence Toh (Singapore)Choreographer: Gani Karim (Singapore)Cast:Aida: *Nancy Yuen (Singapore) ^Jee-Hye Han (Korea)Radamès: *Thomas Ruud (Norway) ^Israel Lozano (Spain)Amneris: *Grace Echauri (Mexico) ^Jopei Weng (Taiwan)Amonasro: Martin Ng (Singapore)Ramfis: Alvin Tan (Singapore)A Messenger: Jonathan Tay (Singapore)High Priestess: Cherie Tse (Singapore)* 1, 3, 5 June^ 2 & 6 JuneInformation correct at time of releaseMusic by Giuseppe VerdiLibretto by Antonio GhislanzoniSung in Italian with English and Chinese surtitlesFor updates and details: www.singaporeopera.com.sg
Leonard Bernstein's Mass Performed...
What is the role of faith in times of social and political disillusionment? When Jacqueline Kennedy approached composer Leonard Bernstein to compose a piece for the 1971 inauguration of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., the composer had a surprising inspiration amidst the political and social turmoil of the 1960s—the Roman Catholic Mass. At the heart of Mass: A Theatre Piece is the Celebrant, who, disillusioned by the doubts of his community, goes through a crisis of faith.Arguably Bernstein’s most ambitious work, Mass receives its long overdue Singapore premiere in the composer’s birth centennial. Joining the Orchestra of the Music Makers are two choirs, rock musicians, and a cast of Broadway-styled vocalists, epitomising the West Side Story composer’s deftness at fusing diverse styles. From solemn hymns and soothing meditations to edgy symphonic dances, and with an exciting infusion of Broadway, blues, rock, jazz and pop idioms, this eclectic musical-theatrical work is led by conductor Joshua Kangming Tan and directed by Edith Podesta, with production design by Brian Gothong Tan. Kevin Vortmann plays the Celebrant, following a sensational debut in the role with the Philadelphia Orchestra that was described by Opera News as “an exceptionally good choice for this central role…(with) immaculate dynamic control into the part’s many challenges."Joshua Kangming Tan, ConductorKevin Vortmann, CelebrantHimig Sanghaya, (Eudenice Palaruan, Vocal Coach)Symphonia Choralis, (Chong Wai Lun, Chorus Master)Volare Treble Voices, (Darius Lim, Chorus Master)Edith Podesta, DirectorBrian Gothong Tan, Multimedia DesignerIn collaboration with Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay in conjunction with OMM’s 10th anniversary
Coffee Morning & Afternoon Tea Bes...
Cai Yiren and Shirley Wong from TCR Music Station performs your favourite hits by two legendary Taiwanese pop music artists - Liu Jia Chang and Liu Wen Zheng. Acclaimed songwriter Liu Jia Chang has moved many with his romantic ballads since the ’70s, and one of the singers he helped propel to fame was Liu Wen Zheng, known for his unique vocals and charming good looks.
RACH 2 and MASS OF THE CHILDREN
Rachmaninoff composed his 2nd Piano Concerto upon his recovery from depression in 1901. With its deep well of Slavic pathos and its unending streams of gorgeous melodies, the concerto has long seared itself into the hearts of music lovers. It will be performed on the 8th of June by the renowned pianist Albert Tiu with conductor Joshua Tan leading the Asia Virtuosi, an orchestra composed of some of Asia's top musicians.On both nights, Joshua Tan will also conduct John Rutter's Mass of the Children, featuring the Vocal Associates Festival Chorus, Youth Choir, and Children's Choir, led by their artistic director Khor Ai Ming. Stay tuned as well for a delightful mix of other pieces that will be featured exclusively on the 7th of June.“...wittily alive… [Tiu's] subtlety and poetic commitment make you listen with new ears.”- Gramophone“Above all his playing exudes a golden tone that sounds as if it was made for 19th century Russia... [a] spectacular success.”- The Advertiser, Adelaide, AustraliaPROGRAMMEJUNE 7RUTTERMass of the ChildrenPORTMAN“The Birds”, “The Roses”, “The Lamplighters” from The Little PrinceKODALYDancing-SongOSKARLagu in SwingSHERMANIt’s a Small WorldMENKENColours of the WindJUNE 8RUTTERMass of the ChildrenRACHMANINOFFPiano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18
Luo Da You Singapore Concert 2018 ...
Lo Ta-yu 罗大佑 is a Taiwanese singer and songwriter who, during the 1980s, affected Chinese pop and rock music with his melodic lyrics, his love songs, and his wittiness he infused in his songs, He is recognized as a major cultural icon in Taiwan, Hong Kong and China. Stylistically, Lo defies classification, though his contribution to Taiwanese campus folk song (校園民歌) genre was most significant. His early music in particular shows strong folk roots, and many of his songs tap into native Taiwanese cultural influences. Some songs are reminiscent of 1950s American diner and soda shop rock, and others exhibit a 1970s lounge lizard growl. What captured the hearts of a generation, however, were his lyrics, touching on issues of life with a sense of humor. The lyrical style is rather conversational; the cleverness comes in the meaning, not how the words are put together. In 1985, inspired by the success of the charity single We Are the World by USA for Africa, Lo wrote "Tomorrow will be Better" (明天會更好), a highly successful charity single of his own. It was ultimately performed by over 60 different artists from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia, including Tsai Chin, Chyi Chin, Chyi Yu, Sarah Chen, Eric Moo, Fei Yu-Ching, Angus Tung, and Jonathan Lee.
Calling in::music 呼叫好in::乐
Collaborating for the first time, in::music and Taiwan’s Calling Music Festival come together to bring you some of the most talented Chinese singer-songwriters and bands from Taiwan and Singapore! Enjoy two nights of Mandarin originals by Waa Wei, Hello Nico, Kowen Ko, Zooey Wonder, Coconuts!, Boon Hui Lu, Ling Kai and Ruth Kueo! Get up-close with the artists as they share their musical journey with you.Line-up:9 Jun7pm: Kowen Ko (TW)8pm: Zooey Wonder (TW)9pm: Boon Hui Lu (SG)10pm: Hello Nico (TW)10 Jun7pm: Ruth Kueo (SG)8pm: Coconuts! (TW)9pm: Ling Kai (SG)10pm: Waa Wei (TW)Standing room only.Performed in Mandarin.
Masterpieces by Gu Guan Ren 《蓝色畅想》...
As a National Class One Composer in China, Gu Guan Ren is widely acclaimed for his culturally significant music. His works have been performed in many countries, including Singapore, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Following 2016’s sold-out concert, Tunes from a Teahouse, together with Ding Yi’s Principal Guest Conductor Quek Ling Kiong, Gu will once again take on the baton and perform his very own suite of Chinese chamber and orchestral works!This concert is sponsored by Qiu Zhai Art Foundation.---Programme Highlights 精彩节目Beauty of Jiangnan 《江南美》Three-Six 《三六》The Peking Opera Tune 《京调》Fishermans’ Song of the East China Sea 《东海渔歌 》---Quek Ling Kiong, conductor | 郭勇德，指挥Gu Guan Ren, guest conductor | 顾冠仁，客卿指挥
Eric Chou周興哲 《TWENTY TWO PLUS》22PLU...
Following 2 sold-out shows in Taipei last November 2017, Mandopop up and coming singer-songwriter Eric Chou is back with an Asia tour and bringing an upgraded version of his brand-new tour 「Eric周興哲《TWENTY TWO PLUS》22PLUS Asia Tour 2018」with him to Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia!‘The Distance of Love’, the OST for the Taiwanese drama ‘The Way We Were’ catapulted Eric into the spotlight in 2014. That same year, he debuted with ‘My Way to Love’, a self-composed album which features 11 tracks. In 2016, he released his second album ‘What Love Has Taught Us’ with the hit song ‘How Have You Been?’ reached 10 million views upon its release and attained first place in various other music charts. In Dec 2017, Eric Chou transforms into a romantic poet in his third self-produced album ‘The Chaos after You’. Following his ‘22 Twenty Two’ Asia tour, the singer-songwriter returns with a refreshing EDM style in the first plug ‘Without Her’. Following ‘How Have You Been?’, ‘The Chaos After You’ (title track for his third album) has been deemed as the most touching, most relatable ballad end 2017. With hits after hits such as ‘What Love Has Taught Us’, ‘How Have You Been?’, ‘My Way to Love’, Eric Chou has been a regular on major song charts and has also been named as the ‘Prince of Love Song’.Eric got his inspiration from listening to jazz and classical music when he was young. He had also composed songs for A-Lin, Jeff Chang, Chyi Chin, Hu Xia, and many more. Do not miss this chance to catch Eric Chou perform and to sing-along with him at the concert this 9 June 2018 at The Max Pavilion @ Singapore Expo.
Colorful Mosaics for Violin and Pia...
1. L.van Beethoven – Sonata op 12, No 1Allegro con brioTema con Variazioni, Andante con motoRondo2. S. Prokofiev – Five Melodies--- intermission ---3. C. Frank – Sonata for Violin and Piano in A MajorAllegretto ben moderatoAllegroBen moderato: Recitativo-FantasiaAllegretto poco mosso4. M. Ravel - TziganeMiroslav Hristov – ViolinChih-Long Hu - PianoPrize-winning artists Miroslav Hristov, violin; and Chih-Long Hu, piano, have performed in prestigious venues around the world including New York’s Carnegie Hall, the International Violin Festival of Puerto Rico, and the International Interharmony Festival in Italy. As part of their East Asian tour which includes performances in Shanghai, Taipei, and Kaohsiung, the duo will present some of the most monumental and challenging works for violin and piano. The program commences with a staple of the classical literature and one of Beethoven’s earliest compositions for this medium, his Sonata for Piano and Violin, No. 1 in D Major. A signature work of the classical style, the beauty and simplicity of this sonata exudes an elegance and nobility that is uniquely Beethoven. From there, the duo looks to the East with an expressive performance of Five Melodies for Violin and Piano by the Russian composer, Sergei Prokofiev. Written in 1945, the Five Melodies were championed by the legendary violinist, David Oistrakh. In regards to the Five Melodies, Oistrakh commented that, “it is music in which nothing can be omitted, not a single turn of the melody, not a single modulation. It requires the strictest attention to every detail of expression, a fine, but not over-refined execution of each individual intonation, as in the case of well-enunciated singing.”The second half of the program starts off with the thickly textured and evocative work from the Romantic period, the Violin and Piano Sonata in A Major by composer César Franck. A depiction of love and passion, Franck’s Violin Sonata was a wedding gift to the Belgian violinist, Eugène Ysaÿe.In a technically thrilling tribute to Gypsy music, the program ends with a burst of energy and emotion with Ravel’s virtuosic rhapsody, Tzigane. Depicting the unconventional style of the Eastern European Gypsy, Ravel’s Tzigane is a work that explores the widest range of sounds and colors from the violin.
Extreme Asia Tour 2018 - Singapore
The long-time funky metal band, will be heading to Singapore for an one-night only concert as part of Extreme Tour 2018 on 11th June 2018, 8:30PM at Zepp@Bigbox. The ongoing world tour which began in July last year, has already toured to cities in the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia and it is finally making its way to city-state Singapore for an one-night only good rock n’ roll show. Grammy-nominated Extreme, one of the most successful rock acts of the late 1980s and 1990s, have sold over 10 million albums worldwide. Extreme's popularity is fuelled by guitar virtuoso Nuno Bettencourt’s signature style, Gary Cherone’s resonant vocals and socially conscious lyrics, Pat Badger’s rock solid bass, and the hard hitting Kevin Figueiredo on drums. Their unwavering songcraft and diverse musical approaches have earned the band multi-platinum albums with chart topping hits and sold-out tours all over the globe.
New Music strains its neck to look back at the Past: a Shakespearean squall, verses scribbled by bored mediaeval clerics, one lullaby retrieved from a Winter’s day . . .A performance by an uncommon two-headed creature. Singapore’s own SYC Ensemble Singers meets the acclaimed Vancouver-based Turning Point Ensemble, meets voices, winds, strings and percussion, meets God and Man, meets continent and island, meets Love and Death, meets faraway and nearby.Showcasing the work of Canadian composers, the programme includes Owen Underhill’s suite for instrumental ensemble and choir A Middle English Songbook (2007), Alexina Louie’s A Curious Passerby At Fu’s Funeral (2015), and Rita Ueda’s triple-movement yuki ya kon (2017)—an unmissable lineup of contemporary music reinventing the ensemble format.
Wang Lei Glorious 20 LIVE in Singap...
Wang Lei, singer-host-actor, known to many Singapore audiences as the King of Getai & Singapore Chen Lei for his unique image & trademark of wearing a hat that resembles 陈雷 Chen Lei, a popular Hokkien pop singer from Taiwan. Having a quick-witted and funny personality, he is highly sought after for hosting getai stage shows, dinner and outdoor performances. He was crowned the Most Popular GeTai Male Host for three consecutive years. He had played different roles in many movies such as 吓到笑, 做人, 我们的故事 1&2, 遇见贵人, 东主有喜 and more. His image as the Cantonese auntie 广东婆 in the variety show 欢喜就好 had been well-received. Wang Lei had released several Hokkien albums and held many concerts in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. Circle the date on your calendar and get up close and personal with Wang Lei and his students for a night filled with fun, laughter and good songs.
International Youth Nanyin Festival...
Ten years after its premiere, Soul Journey returns in Soul Journey, Ten Years, a joint effort by artistic director Lin Shao Ling, multimedia artist Lim Chin Huat, and composer Ng Kang Kee. Presented in a minimalist style with strong influences of Zen philosophy, the music performance will feature movements that depict the cycle of life and self-realisation: Germinate, Awakening, Introspection, Purity, Happiness, Heart and Enlightenment. Chinese instruments, cello, Indian tabla, and vocals come together to create a unique sound that is traditional, yet fresh and new. Theatrical, dance, lighting and multimedia elements will also enhance this reinterpretation of nanyin.
Traditionally, female artistes in music has always taken a backseat to their male counterparts. Venus Rising aims to change all of that.Based around the concept of “The Future is Female”, Venus Rising is an international platform for female artistes to own the stage.Venus Rising 2018 will be held as a main fringe event of Beach Volleyball world governing body’s (Fédération Internationale de Volleyball) FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour. In conjunction with Volleyball Association of Singapore (VAS).Headliners:Christina NovelliChristina Novelli is the Voice behind EDM’s chart leading tracks. Nearly every EDM superstar has featured her vocals in their chart-toppers. In early 2012, Novelli collaborated with producer and DJ Gareth Emery, on the track 'Concrete Angel' which she had co-written. By June of the same year, 'Concrete Angel' had entered the Billboard (magazine) at #15 on the 'Dance Music' charts, and currently has well over 30 million views on YouTube. Since then, Novelli has also collaborated with the likes of Dash Berlin and Armin Van Buuren. In December 2013, "Satellite" by Justin Caruso & Dave Audé featuring Christina Novelli, debuted as the #47 Dance Club Song in Billboard (magazine). Her relases have built up a solid 100+ Million YouTube plays, 30 Million Spotify streams and 1 Million strong followers.ShorteeRecognized as one of the most diverse & technically skilled DJs in the world, SHORTEE's 18+ year career is highlighted by an unparalleled series of firsts. Named “Queen of the Scratch World” by DJ Times, Shortee has been described as the “World’s Premier Female DJ” by the Grammy Foundation and her unique contribution to the art of DJing earned her a spot as the only female DJ featured in Doug Pray's critically acclaimed movie SCRATCH. Shortee has produced countless releases on numerous labels in multiple genres, appearing solo and with partner DJ Faust (Faust & Shortee aka Urban Assault). Her skills as a DJ & Producer have earned her acclaim in countless mediums including Rolling Stone, Spin, DJ Times, NBC, ESPN, MTV & HBO."DJ Shortee is the world’s premier female DJ!!” GRAMMY FOUNDATION"The ultra-versatile DJ Shortee has become queen of the scratch world. She has become an unquestioned paragon in her field.”DJ TIMES“Within the ever crowding DJ/Producer genre, Shortee's versatility & musical prowess stands out. With her compelling musicianship she has created a turntable style all her own & has grown from obscurity to acclaim” URB“DJs that know what time it is cut it up, switch up genres on the drop of a dime and have you leave a party with your head spun. LA’s DJ Shortee is one of those DJs. Basically, think of her like your favorite EDM DJ but with skills." MAGENTIC
International Youth Nanyin Festival...
Siong Leng Musical Association takes the stage to present a repertoire of Nanyin classics in this performance, along with young nanyin musicians from China’s Quanzhou Nanyin Inheritance Centre, China Quyi Artist Association, Fujian Quanzhou Art School and Jinjiang Nanyin Arts Troupe; Taipei National University School of Music Department of Traditional Music and Taipei Hua Sheng Nanguan Music Club; Yayasan Oriental Indonesia, as well as Singapore’s Sheng Hong Arts Institute.Whether you are a regular nanyin concert-goer or experiencing this art form for the first time, let this ancient musical tradition charm you with its elegance.
‘A Song of Life’ Concert by Sachiyo...
Sachiyo, a talented Singapore-raised Japanese artiste has established herself as a unique singer -songwriter blending both Singapore and Japan elements in her songs based on her life experience in two countries. Mesmerising the audience last year with her gentle yet powerful vocals at her 20th anniversary concert, this June, Sachiyo will be sharing her life story through her original compositions in this concert. Sachiyo's songs were written based on her life encounters. The most significant impact was the 2011 Japan Disaster. She was deeply moved by the tragedy and led her to pen 'A Song of Life' to encourage victims to move on.The song is about appreciating precious lite and today, this song became influential to all who are facing the hardships and trying to overcome obstacles. Be prepared to totally immerse in Sachiyo's heartwarming and touching, yet strong vocals as you travel with her life story through her original compositions.
Chinese Chamber Music Sublime Stri...
Accomplished Singapore erhu musician Darrel Xin presents his interpretations of Liu Tianhua’s deeply influential erhu works, including Moaning in Sickness, Flickering Candlelight, A Beautiful Night, and Birds Singing in a Desolate Mountain.Across the sprawling plains of erhu music, one body of work stands tall as a monumental landmark—the erhu solos of Liu Tianhua, a prominent composer, musician and music teacher. Composed between 1915 and 1932, these masterful solo pieces redefined the role of the erhu and elevated the instrument to the concert stage, the conservatory classroom, and into the future. A perfect marriage of East and West, Liu’s 10 innovative works utilised techniques previously unheard of in Chinese instrumental music. Standing the test of time, they are now learnt and studied by all erhu musicians.About Darrel XinDarrel Xin started learning the erhu in 1995. He was a member of the SAF Music & Drama Company and a musician with the Singapore Youth Chinese Orchestra, Singapore Chinese Orchestra, the Macau Chinese Orchestra and has guest performed with the China Central Broadcasting Chinese Orchestra. In 2000, he emerged champion in the Erhu Senior Category of the National Arts Council National Chinese Music Competition. In 2009, Xin graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Erhu Performance from the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, China.
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