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Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre,
Esplanade Presents Lea Salonga in C...
Known across the world for her powerful voice and perfect pitch, Lea Salonga is a singer and actress who is best known for her Tony Award-winning role in Miss Saigon. In addition to the Tony, she has won the Olivier, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Theatre World Awards, in the field of musical theatre. She was also the first Asian to play Eponine in the musical Les Misérables on Broadway and returned to the beloved show as Fantine in the 2006 revival. Many fans of all ages recognise Lea as the singing voice of Princess Jasmine from Aladdin and Fa Mulan for Mulan and Mulan II. For her portrayal of the beloved princesses, the Walt Disney Company bestowed her with the honour of Disney Legend in August 2011.Lea most recently starred in the Broadway revival of Once on This Island as the Goddess of Love, Erzulie, and also serves as a judge on The Philippines hit version of The Voice. In 2017, Lea released two albums—Bahaghari, an album of traditional Filipino songs which serves as a reflection of all the intricate and different languages found in the Philippines to help preserve the island nation’s dynamic culture, and Blurred Lines, her electrifying live album which was recorded during her sold-out run at Feinstein’s/54 Below the year before.For this concert, Lea will be performing songs from Broadway musicals to film music, and a few notable Disney favourites.
Of Music and Story: River of Life 乐...
Inspired by the late senior reporter and historian Han Shan Yuan’s famous literature about the stories of our Singapore River. Through music, storytelling and multimedia, this multi-disciplinary concert sheds light upon the great historic river which once was the very heart and lifeblood of our island’s economy.
VCHpresents Chamber: Endless Sound ...
Renowned Sheng virtuoso Wu Wei leads the SSO on a journey from East to West and back again, in an unmissable demonstration of the ancient Chinese instrument’s phenomenal capabilities. Prepared to be transported aloft with Eastern and Chinese favourites, alongside transcriptions of Baroque classics. Virtuosity, poetry, nostalgia – the endless sound of the Sheng.Wu Wei, shengJoshua Tan, conductorMusicians of the SSOYAN HAI DENG 闫海登Tunes of Jin Opera 晋调MAO YUAN 茅沅 arr. STEENBRINK Dance of the Yao People 瑶族舞曲ZHANG JING PING 张靖平 Celebratory Harvest 庆丰收J.S. BACH arr. STEENBRINK Andante from Violin Sonata No. 2, BWV 1003VIVALDI arr. WU WEI & STEENBRINK La FoliaHUANG RUO 黃若 The colour yellow (2007) Pastoral Song 牧歌 [a Mongolian Folk Song 内蒙古民]CHONG KEE YONG [commissioned by the SSO] Remembering the Old Fishing Village 老渔港的回忆NIE ER 聂耳 arr. WU WEI Dragon Dance 金蛇狂舞You may also like:Cello EscapadesSongs of Nostalgia
VCHpresents Chamber: Songs of Nosta...
Last seen at the Singapore Symphony’s acclaimed 2018 semi-staging of La bohème as Marcello, the emerging Chinese baritone Zhou Zhengzhong returns for a solo recital with Singaporean pianist Lim Yan. Join them in this programme of heartfelt opera arias, contrastingly paired with Chinese songs of nostalgia and longing for home.Zhou Zhenzhong, baritoneLim Yan, pianoLU ZAI YANG 陆在易 & YU YOU REN 于右任Looking Forlornly Towards Home 望乡词QING ZHU 青主 & LI ZHI YI 李之仪I Live At The Yangtze River 我住长江头SMETANA-V Cechách (In Bohemia) from Rêves (Dreams), JB 1:103-No. 3, Vzpomínka (A Memory) from Sketches, Op. 4HUANG ZI 黄自 & WEI HAN ZHANG 韦翰章Nostalgia/ Homesickness 思乡GRIEGNo. 6, Hjemve (Homesickness) from Lyric Pieces, Op. 57VERDI-Di Provenza il mar from La Traviata-Alzati! là tuo figlio… Eri tu che macchiavi quell'anima from Un ballo in MascheraRIMSKY-KORSAKOVGryaznoy's Recitative and Aria from The Tsar's BrideYou may also like:Fauré: Cantique et RequiemThe Maltese Tenor
VCHpresents Chamber: The Stradivari...
One Chinese, two Swiss and a Polish – the cosmopolitan Stradivari Quartet has traversed the world with its thought-provoking programmes. Their first concert in the VCHpresents Chamber series is centred around the chamber version of Mahler’s First Symphony, in collaboration with musicians of the SSO.Stradivari Quartet- Xiaoming Wang, violin- Sebastian Bohren, violin- Lech Antonio Uszynski, viola- Maja Weber, celloMusicians of the SSOSTRAUSS Capriccio, Op. 85ENESCU Romanian Rhapsody in A major, Op. 11 No. 1 for String Quintet and PianoMAHLER arr. KLAUSS Symphony No. 1 in D major for Chamber Orchestra-Post-concert chat-You may also like:The Stradivari Quartet Plays Beethoven
VCHpresents Chamber: The Stradivari...
To mark the 250th anniversary of the birth of Beethoven, the Stradivari Quartet presents two of the celebrated German composer’s string quartets. No. 11, nicknamed “Serioso”, was never intended for public performance; like No. 8, it was simply so ahead of its time. Accompanying these classics is Eight Colors by the prolific contemporary Chinese composer, Tan Dun, eight pieces of concentrated drama and ritual.Stradivari Quartet• Xiaoming Wang, violin• Sebastian Bohren, violin• Lech Antonio Uszynski, viola• Maja Weber, celloBEETHOVEN String Quartet No. 11 in F minor, Op. 95 "Serioso"TAN DUN Eight Colors for String QuartetBEETHOVEN String Quartet No. 8 in E minor, Op. 59 No. 2 "Rasumovsky"-Post-concert chat-You may also like:The Stradivari Quartet Plays MahlerThe Pavel Haas Quartet - The Great Fugue
VCHpresents Chamber: The Pavel Haas...
One of the world’s most exciting contemporary chamber ensembles, the much-lauded Pavel Haas Quartet is named after the Czech composer Pavel Haas (1899–1944). Their reputation for championing the music – both familiar and unfamiliar – of their homeland is showcased in this programme of Dvořák’s popular American String Quartet and the work of the early 20th century Erwin Schulhoff. The concert ends with the titanic Op. 130 Quartet by Beethoven, one of his final works. The PHQ perform it in its original version with the famous Grosse Fuge or “Great Fugue”, which Igor Stravinsky called "an absolutely contemporary piece of music that will be contemporary forever."Pavel Haas Quartet· Veronika Jarůšková, violin· Marek Zwiebel, violin· Jiří Kabát, viola· Peter Jarůšek, celloSCHULHOFF String Quartet No. 1DVOŘÁK String Quartet No. 12 in F major, Op. 96 "American"BEETHOVEN String Quartet No. 13 in B-flat major, Op. 130 and Great Fugue, Op. 133You may also like:The Stradivari Quartet Plays BeethovenSeong-Jin Cho: Playing With Fire
VCHpresents Excite!: Milos Karadagl...
“The hottest guitarist in the world” is back! Last seen with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra in 2018, Miloš returns for a full concert dedicated to his guitar artistry. Dreamy poetry and sultry fire from the Mediterranean , alongside Baroque elegance and melancholy, are evocative companions to Miloš’s signature tracks from his Beatles’ album Blackbird. You asked for him, so here comes the sun.Miloš Karadaglić, guitarMusicians from re:mixJ.S. BACH Suite in C minor, BWV 997GRANADOS Andaluza and Oriental from 12 Danzas españolasALBÉNIZ Asturias (Leyenda) from Suite Española No. 1, Op. 47MANUEL DE FALLA Danza de la molinero from The Three-Cornered HatJOHN LENNON & PAUL MCCARTNEY Eleanor Rigby and Fool On The HillGEORGE HARRISON Here Comes The SunTEDESCO El sueño de la razón produce monstruos from 24 Caprichos de Goya, Op. 195DUPLESSY CavalcadeYou may also like:President's Young Performers ConcertSSO Pops: To Broadway, With Love
VCHpresents Baroque Festival - Orph...
In the second installment of the VCHpresents Baroque Festival, Bojan Cicic, Leader of the renowned Academy of Ancient Music, continues your journey into the music of Baroque Rome - the Eternal City of art and inspiration. Familiar names such as Vivaldi and Corelli share their muse with lesser-known but no less invigorating composers such as Locatelli and Valentini.Bojan Cicic, violin/conductorMusicians of the SSOCORELLI-Trio Sonata in D major, Op. 3 No. 2-Sinfonia to Santa Beatrice d'Este in D minor, WoO 1-Concerto grosso in D major, Op. 6 No. 4VALENTINIConcerti grossi for Four Violins in A minor, Op. 7 No. 11LOCATELLIConcerto grosso in C minor, Op. 1 No. 11VIVALDIViolin Concerto in B-flat major, RV 366 "Il Carbonelli"Open rehearsal: 11 Apr 2020, 10am. Admission is free.You may also like:Baroque Festival - Genius of RomeFollow the LeaderThe Stradivari Quartet Plays Mahler
VCHpresents Baroque Festival - Geni...
Leader of the famous Academy of Ancient Music, Bojan Cicic, directs our ever-popular Baroque Festival this year. Be lifted by the colourful artistry of Rome's musical genius: the source of inspiration for a whole host of composers from Handel to Stradella.Bojan Cicic, violin/conductorMusicians of the SSOLEONI Sonata XII del terzo tono from Sonate di violino a voce sola, Book 1, Op. 3STRADELLA Trio Sonata in D minorCOLISTA Sonata à 3 in B-flat, W-K28HANDEL Sonata a 5 for violin and strings in B-flat major, HWV 288VALENTINI Concerto grosso Op.7 No.7 in G majorMONTANARI Concerto grosso in A major, Op. 1 No. 8DALL’ABACO Concerti à più istrumenti in D major, Op. 6 No. 12MUFFAT Concerto grosso No. 12 in G major "Propitia Sydera"Open rehearsal: 11 Apr 2020, 10am. Admission is free.You may also like:Follow the LeaderBaroque Festival - Orpheus of Rome
VCHpresents Intimate Moments: The C...
Next up on Intimate Moments, take a trip with SSO violinist Cindy Lee on a musical expedition of Classical and Romantic tunes inspired by animals. Sit back in the intimate surrounds of the VCH Dance Studio - watch, listen as string upon strings evoke the scenic escapades of nature’s poetry, wit and life.Cindy Lee, violinMusicians of the SSOHAYDNSelections from String Quartet No. 3 in C major, Op. 33 "The Bird"SCHUBERTAllegro vivace from Piano Quintet in A major, D. 667, "Trout"FAURÉPapillon, Op. 77SAINT-SAËNSSelections from Carnival of the AnimalsYou may also like:Intimate Moments: From West to East 乐享时光: 从西至东Stradivari Quartet Plays Beethoven
Harmonies Through Time
After a well-received piano recital in Esplanade last year, Wendelin Kwek is back with a more rewarding concert by having her former professor from Indiana University Bloomington Jacobs School of Music, Edward Auer, as a guest artist.Wendelin Kwek pursued her Bachelor's (Summa Cum Laude) and Master's Degrees at Indiana University Bloomington Jacobs School of Music, under the tutelage of world-class pianists Edward Auer, Émile Naoumoff, and Reiko-Shigeoka Neriki. Her many music recognitions and prestigious awards include Founders Scholar from Indiana University Bloomington, Distinction for all Piano ABRSM Examinations, and Hedy King Robinson Prizes for her excellence in ABRSM Music Theory, to name a few.Edward Auer has performed solo recitals and concerts in 30 countries, and as a soloist with the orchestras, such as Los Angeles Philharmonic; NHK Tokyo; RIAS Orchestra Berlin; and many others. He is the first American to win a prize in the prestigious International Chopin Competition in Warsaw. A prize winner and later juror in the Tchaikovsky, Chopin, and Marguerite Long competitions, Professor Auer has recorded for RCA Japan, Toshiba EMI, and other labels. Now, he is a Professor of Piano on the artist faculty of IU Jacobs School of Music. Harmonies Through Time presents a variety of repertoire in Classical music. Meticulous works by Beethoven, Chopin, and Debussy will be performed to showcase the beauty of various style periods.Instagram @wenpianostudio
Tong Yao - Best of Teresa Teng Conc...
Back by popular demand, Tong Yao 桐瑶 will serenade more of Teresa Teng hits to everyone for a one night only concert at the Esplanade Concert Hall.Tong Yao, the undisputedly Teresa Teng sound and lookalike, will be belting out all Teresa Teng's forever classic hits from Mandarin, Cantonese and Hokkien songs in an effort to emulate Teresa's linguistic talent.Tong Yao from Sichuan province, China, was the champion in the National Competition "小城故事"singing contest held in China that sought to discover the individual who sounded and resembled most like the late Superstar Teresa Teng 邓丽君.Since then, Tong Yao has been performing around the world and receiving rave reviews as she resembles Teresa most in both voice and appearance. She has also bagged herself the title of 'Little Teresa Teng' (小邓丽君).Mark the date on your calendar and do not miss out the chance to reminisce Teresa Teng's evergreen hits and get up close and personal with Tong Yao.
Winning Best New Band in the world in 2018, Metal Hammer Golden Gods awards, we are extremely excited to announce that Lovebites, the all female band from Japan, will come to Singapore for the first time.After playing to packed out crowds at the European Festivals of Wacken, Graspop and Download and on the back of completing a full UK tour as main support to metal legends DragonForce the Band are set to bring their own very special brand of Power Metal to these shores which will cut across genres and generations of fans.Releasing their maiden self titled EP in 2017 the Band has followed this up with three full sized albums, Awakening from Abyss 2017, Clockwork Immortality 2018 and most recently Daughters of the Dawn 2019, all to critical acclaim.Arguably one of the best bands to come out of Japan in the history of heavy metal and soon to be household names Miho, Haruna, Midori, Miyako and Asami will rock the foundations of the Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Sentosa in early January 2020.Joining them on stage from the UK is Voodoo Vegas. Fresh off their headline European Festival tour and having recently released their 3rd album Feeling so Good the 5 piece from Bournemouth are set to win a place in the hearts of classic Rock lovers.Rounding out a sensational three band bill will be our very own Rockweller. After spending many months at the top of the Singapore album charts with their EP Graceland, Singapore’s band of the moment will kick off proceedings of a night Rock and Power Metal awesomeness.As an extra special bonus, the purchasers of the first 25 tickets will get an opportunity to meet with the band. The lucky ticket holders will be advised of arrangement nearer the time of the show.
La Vie En Rose - LISA ONO 2020 Conc...
After the highly acclaimed sold-out shows in 2019, Japanese-Brazilian Bossa Nova queen, Lisa Ono 小野リサ is bringing her warm smile and beautiful music back to Singapore again in 2020! Collecting musical inspiration from Brazil in a Japanese family, Lisa Ono is the talented singer who brought Bossa Nova to Asia. Her 1999 album “Dream” had been sold more than two hundred thousand copies in Japan. Since then she has been known as a central figure in the Japanese Bossa Nova community.Lisa Ono spent her childhood in Brazil, she started singing and playing the guitar when she was 15 years old, and debuted as a professional Bossa Nova singer in 1989. Her unique joyful natural vocals, rhythmic guitar playing, and her charming smile led her to huge success which also promoted Bossa Nova in Japan.Lisa has performed with many great artists, including the legendary Antonio Carlos Jobim, the Jazz Samba giant Joao Donato, and has been performing enthusiastically in New York, Brazil and across Asia.In 2020, Lisa will bring more everyone loved classic pieces ‘La Vie En Rose’, ‘Take Me Home Country Roads’, ‘Jambalaya’, ‘Catupiry’ and ‘Quizas Quizas Quizas’. Selected Classic pieces from Spain, France, Brazil and Japan...with her unique, multicultural life experience and touching voice.Grasp this rare opportunity to enjoy a worldwide “Musical Journey” with love and passions. with this incredibly talented artistOne night only, don’t miss out!
Tony Hadley Live in Singapore 2020
TONY HADLEY, former lead singer from one the biggest bands of the 1980s, Spandau Ballet will return to Singapore on 16 February 2020 (Sunday), at The Theatre at Mediacorp for an exciting solo concert with his full band.He will be performing Spandau Ballet’s biggest hits such as True, Gold, Through The Barricades, Only When You Leave, Round and Round, I’ll Fly For You, To Cut A Long Story Short, new material from his new album TALKING TO THE MOON, plus some surprises from his personal favourites!Millions know TONY HADLEY as the former front man of Spandau Ballet, which earned him the accolade of “The Voice”, and undeniably one of pop’s great vocalist. His unique voice made him the perfect lead vocalist for the biggest band in the New Wave invasion exploding out of the UK in the 80s, with 23 hit singles, selling over 25 million albums and spending over 500 weeks on the UK Charts.Thirty years on, the incredible voice of Hadley still brims with passion and fire as it first did all those years ago.His latest solo album Talking To The Moon was co-written by Tony, with a host of other talented songwriters. The first single Tonight Belongs To Us was written by Toby Gad (credits include John Legend’s All Of Me and Beyonce’s If I Were A Boy). Fellow 80s alumni Peter Cox and Richard Drummie of Go West contributed on Skin Deep. The album highlight, What Am I – a deeply personal track about leaving Spandau Ballet – was co-written with Mick Lister.Critics have been raving about Tony’s solo shows:“I have rarely been to a concert where the artist was wrapped in such a warm, accepting and encouraging atmosphere — every song was like an encore.” – The Mancunion“With effortlessly grand vocals, Hadley certainly had the audience on his side.” – Express & Star Birmingham.Fans in Singapore will enjoy this amazing evening, seated comfortably in the cool air conditioning, watching their favourite Spandau Ballet hits performed ‘live’ by the one and only Tony Hadley!
Bon Iver - Live in Singapore
Now/Live are delighted to be bringing Bon Iver back to Singapore on 17 January 2020 at The Star Theatre! The iconic indie outfit from Eau Claire, Wisconsin will be returning with a captivating new live show, fresh off the release of their critically-acclaimed 2019 record “i,i”.When Bon Iver released “For Emma, Forever Ago” in early 2008 it introduced Justin Vernon as one of the most gifted songwriters of his generation and revealed a sound that was distinct — tethered to time and to place, to a season of contemplation and the crisp, heart-strung isolation of a northern Winter. Its successor, the self-titled “Bon Iver, Bon Iver”, brought something more frenetic, the rise and whirr of burgeoning Spring, of hope and sap and movement. In 2016’s “22, A Million”, Vernon came to see something different again: “it was,” he says, “our crazy energy Summer record.” The band’s fourth album “i,i" completes this cycle: a Fall record, Vernon says, autumn-coloured, ruminative, steeped.“It feels very much like the most adult record, the most complete,” says Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon. “It feels like when you get through all this life, when the sun starts to set, and what happens is you start gaining perspective. And then you can put that perspective into more honest, generous work.”The core band for the “i,i” sessions included Sean Carey, Andrew Fitzpatrick, Mike Lewis, Matt McCaughan, and Justin Vernon with Rob Moose and Jenn Wasner, plus contributions from musical guests James Blake, BJ Burton, Brad and Phil Cook, Aaron and Bryce Dessner, Trever Hagen, Zach Hanson, Bruce Hornsby, Channy Leaneagh, Rob Moose, Naeem, Velvet Negroni, Buddy Ross, Marta Salogni, Francis Starlite, Moses Sumney, and the members of TU Dance.Recording the album at Sonic Ranch in El Paso, Texas brought Vernon to a calmed creative state that he channeled into the heart of each song. Freed from the vocal distortion that once mirrored a period of fear and panic, he sings about the balance between the individual and the community, inspiration and creation. Vernon adds, “The title of the record can mean whatever it means to you or me. It can mean deciphering and bolstering one’s identity. It can be how important the self is and how unimportant the self is, how we’re all connected.”
Stiff Little Fingers - Live in Sing...
LAMC Productions is pleased to announce that iconic Northern Irish punk band Stiff Little Fingers will perform in Singapore on 13 February 2020, Thursday at The Pavilion @ Far East Square! After the traditional and critically acclaimed run of their UK tour, the band is back on the road to deliver their usual energetic and spellbinding performance to fans. With a career spanning over more than 40 years, Stiff Little Fingers' live shows always become something special and a unique event that never disappoints! This year also marks the 40th anniversary of their debut album that shot them to fame, Inflammable Material. "There is poetry in motion ... a sharp eye for the real ... a genuine meaning and depth" - Louder Than War ABOUT THE ARTIST Formed in 1977 in Belfast, Northern Island, Stiff Little Fingers were among some of the pioneers of punk rock. Joining ranks with the likes of The Clash, Sex Pistols, The Damned, Buzzcocks, and Undertones, they brought in a new era of music and they still persevere in keeping that spirit alive 42 years on. 2019 Celebrates 40 years of the band’s iconic debut album 'Inflammable Material'. Released on 2nd February 1979, "Inflammable Material" features the legendary tracks ‘Suspect Device’ and ‘Alternative Ulster’. "The band remains tight and energetic throughout" - Buzz Magazine Stiff Little Fingers have been incredibly active in recent years as well, the band have played incredible live shows, including: two years of headline sold-out hometown performance in Belfast's Custom House Square; London's Hyde Park British Summer Time concert with Green Day; the 28th traditional St. Patrick's Day sold-out show at Glasgow iconic venue Barrowland. Alongside energetic and electrifying live performances, in the past 5 years Stiff Little Fingers released two records: their 10th studio album "No Going Back" in 2014, which showcases a band at the height of their powers, still able to capture the heart of the listeners with relevant topics and honest sound, reaching #1 in the UK charts; and a live album "Best Served Loud - Live At The Barrowland" in 2017, which immortalizes Stiff Little Fingers' epic performance at their annual St. Patrick’s Day show. "Far from predictable" - Evening Chronicle After many studio albums and countless tours, Stiff Little Fingers find themselves more in demand than ever. Using the band’s rich musical legacy as a building block, the time has come to bring the newest chapter of the band’s music to the world. Now they share their newest songs -- and their iconic early material -- worldwide!
Yiruma Live in Singapore 2020
Internationally acclaimed contemporary pianist-composer Yiruma will return to Singapore on 29 February 2020 (Saturday), at The Star Theatre for a brand new concert.After his successful sold-out concerts in Singapore, Yiruma will return to Singapore this coming leap year day of 29 February 2020! Expect to hear his signature classics LIVE such as “River Flows in You”, “Kiss the Rain”, “Love Me” and “May Be”. Yiruma is set to captivate audiences once again with his charming personality and engaging interaction at the concert.Yiruma is not a traditional pianist by any means. Rather than being stuck in the traditional boundaries of a performer-composer, he continues to extend his musical reach by collaborating with a number of artists, including those from the K-Pop genre, notably 2AM, Ailee, and Baek Ji Young.Yiruma’s piece “When the Love Falls” was included on the original soundtrack album for “Winter Sonata”, the drama that started the sensation now known as the Korean wave.To date, Yiruma has released numerous albums that encompass elements of both the contemporary and classical music genre. His videos on YouTube have reached over 400 million views, which is a strong indication of his worldwide popularity and appeal. Yiruma has said that he wants his music to heal, inspire, and remind the audience of love and hope. His simple yet melodic and emotional pieces resonate well with the modern listeners; millions around the world are moved by his music.Over the years, Yiruma has performed successful tours around the world, from Singapore to China, Malaysia, Australia, Europe, and the United States. In homeland Korea, he holds the record as the classical artiste with the largest audience at a single concert, and the greatest number of concerts by a single artiste!Don’t miss Yiruma in this one night only brand new concert – Bring along someone special on this once-every-four-years date to experience his beautiful music and charisma ‘live’ in Singapore and create a fond memory with the soundtrack to your lives.
DRUM FENG : "UNLEASHED"
Witness the debut of up-and-coming Singapore percussion ensemble group, Drum Feng, as they present their first-ever concert at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre. Be prepared for a passionate and rousing night of drum and music performance as Drum Feng display their musicality and technique through well-known traditional Chinese percussion pieces like “Ox Vs Tiger” 《牛斗虎》and “A Well-Matched Fight” 《龙腾虎跃》.Aside from classic Chinese pieces, Drum Feng will also showcase popular cross-genre self-composed originals like, “Spirit of Drums: Emergence” 《擂鼓震灵之千手观音》 and “Transcendence” 《超鼓越代》.In the midst of all the high-octane drumming, there will also be softer works; collaborations with guest musicians featuring tasteful combination-play of drums and various other Chinese instruments. All-in-all, be prepared for a concert of surprises as Drum Feng will be ‘unleashing’ an onslaught of originals specially-written by Co-Founder and in-house composer/arranger Glen Ng together with members of Drum Feng. Be amongst the first to watch and hear it at the concert - You DO NOT want to miss this drumming and visual spectacle!About Drum Feng:Officially established in 2019 as a non-profit organisation, Drum Feng is a Singapore-based percussion ensemble group that specializes in both traditional Chinese percussion music pieces and cross-genre work. Drum Feng aspires to Redefine and Reinvent Chinese Percussion to stay connectable and relevant to the modern-day 21st century audience. They continuously seek to integrate their drumming philosophy in all of their works with the hopes to educate, inspire, engage, entertain – all in all, to share their passion for drumming as a performing art in Singapore.Recent Achievements:In 2017, DRUM FENG participated in their first-ever music competition at the Nanyang International Music Competition under the “Non-Professional Open Category” and won the Gold Award, finishing 3rd overall.The group also collaborated with Warner Brothers Pictures and famed music composer, Harry Gregson-Williams to produce and record movie soundtracks for the Hollywood Blockbuster movie, “The Meg” in 2018.At present in 2019, DRUM FENG is one of three representative arts groups at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre doing their part as a Chinese Arts representative and promoting Chinese Percussion as a performing art to the community in Singapore.
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