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Joanna Dong "So Here I Am" Concert ...
From singing contests to serious theatre, light-hearted musicals and travelogues, Joanna Dong has done them all. Following her stellar performances (and show-stopping vocal trumpeting) at 2017’s Sing! China contest, Singapore’s darling jazz chanteuse is back with her long-awaited homecoming concert and a new EP.Join Joanna as she dazzles you with her soulful charms and Chinese jazz numbers, while sharing her adventures that got her to where she is today, and the many artistic hats she wears as a multi-hyphenate performer.Backed by a live band, she presents songs new and old, across different musical styles and eras. Catch her like you’ve never seen her before—intimately honest, infectiously fun, 100% Joanna.
Cellography 2018: Our Music, Our St...
For one evening only, Cellography brings you a selection of your favourite tunes, from the grand harmonies of movie soundtracks from La La Land, The Godfather and Pirates of the Caribbean, to the toe-tapping beats of Louis Fonsi’s Despacito, Magic!’s Rude and Camila Cabello’s Havana.Helmed by Hughes, Singapore’s only cello orchestra has grown since its first concert in 2014. The age range of its members has also widened, with the youngest cellist in this fourth installment being only seven years old. But age, experience and profession are never a barrier in Cellography, where everyone is welcomed to bask in the joy of playing the cello.Come listen to “Our Music, Our Stories”. Cellography is an all-inclusive group out to show that the cello is more than just a bass support instrument and that everyone can join in the fun. The rich sound of the cello, coupled with the great acoustics of the theatre, promises you an evening of enjoyable music to relax to.
CELINE DION LIVE 2018 IN SINGAPORE
Sands Live is excited to welcome Celine Dion for her Singapore debut with two sold out shows on 3 and 4 July. Marina Bay Sands would like to thank everyone for their support for the concert and look forward to two incredible shows. Catch world-renowned singer Celine Dion as she performs in Singapore for the first time ever at Marina Bay Sands®. One of the most recognised and iconic singers in pop music history, Celine Dion has sold almost 250 million albums during her career spanning over 30 years and earned five Grammy Awards, two Academy Awards and seven American Music Awards. Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to watch her live on stage! Click Here For Sands Grand Ballroom Conditions of Entry
M. Nasir's SUATU MASA Concert - Cel...
M Nasir is one of the few artistes who earned superlatives such as ‘Sifu’, ‘Guru’, ‘Cendekiawan Seni’ and ‘Legend’ among a few. He is said to be peerless, in every sense of the word, for there is no equivalent among his peers. With regards to his music, it is hard to categorize it. He started with folk rock music which later morphed into rock when he embarked into his solo career. After a hiatus, M Nasir reinvented his sound with more Eastern and Middle-eastern influences which was how the genre Balada Nusantara was coined. So it is best to peg his music as just M Nasir’s Music. And four decades of M Nasir’s music will be celebrated in a special one-night only performance.His 40 years of music making is a milestone in Malay music industry, a socio-cultural documentation and a celebration of the hitman’s journey. Audience from the seats of the theatre or the comfort of their homes will get acquainted with the elusive man and his music in Konsert Suatu Masa M Nasir, Raikan Muzik 40 Tahun.
Andrew Lim : Artless State
“Andrew has created his own voice on the guitar, something that only the highest-level players can do.”– Ernie Watts, Grammy Award-winning jazz musician.“Andrew’s music reveals a rare sensitivity, instrumental virtuosity, and great musical awareness.”– Antonio Hart, Grammy-nominated jazz musician.Progressing from his regular role as a musical collaborator, Singapore jazz guitarist Andrew Lim now takes on the role of band leader with Artless State, a concert in which he shares his honest and unique take on his relationship with music.He is joined by some of his favourite Singapore musicians, known for their keen sense of musical individualities and approach: Tan Weixiang (piano), Benjamin Poh (bass) and Aaron James Lee (drums).About Andrew LimAndrew Lim has been an integral part of the jazz scene in Singapore and abroad since 2001. Over the years, he has performed on local, regional and international platforms. Playing at these festivals and in clubs around the world has enabled Lim to perform with musicians across all generations. An active performer, Lim moved to New York in 2011 and has played at notable jazz venues including the famed Blue Note, Jazz at Lincoln Centre, Dizzy’s, Zinc Bar, Smoke, and Mezzrow, among other local venues in the circuit.Lim is currently based in Singapore serving as a National Arts Council Scholar, and continues to contribute to the local cultural fabric as an educator and musician. His reverence to melodies and soulful style have endeared him to audiences throughout the world as well as the musicians he’s worked with.
Philadelphia Boys Choir and Chorale
One of America’s oldest and most celebrated boy-choirs celebrates its 50th anniversary with an Asian tour which brings the 100-strong choir and chorale to Singapore for the first time.The Emmy-winning and Grammy nominated choir is renowned for their musicianship, intelligence and interpretative abilities. Established in 1968 and led by Jeffrey R. Smith since 2004, Philadelphia Boys Choir is known as “America’s Ambassadors of Song”, proudly representing both the City of Philadelphia as well as the United States of America on its many concert tours around the globe. They have cultivated a devoted worldwide following for their highly-acclaimed concerts and performances.PBCC’s achievements include recordings with internationally renowned orchestras and soloists, such as Luciano Pavarotti and the Philadelphia Orchestra, television appearances, and praise from critics and audiences worldwide. Recent concerts include special performances at the Notre Dame in France, D-Day Beaches in Normandy, and King’s College in England.National television appearances include Good Morning America, Saturday Night Live, and The Today Show. Recent and upcoming engagements include Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, a 15-concert tour of China. They were the first American performing arts group to perform on Cuban soil in the decades following the Cuban revolution. President George Bush proclaims the Philadelphia Boys Choir “The cream of our crop.”The varied and specially planned programme for Singapore includes well-known American favourites, spirituals, hits from Broadway musicals and a premiere of commissioned songs based on contemporary lifestyle.
Jazz Vocal Feature: Cyrille Aimée
Primarily raised in France by a French-Dominican parentage, French jazz singer Cyrille Aimée was a curious child in Samois-sur-Seine, discovering gypsy music after sneaking out her bedroom window and wandering nearby gypsy encampments. She went on to sing on street corners around Europe and found herself at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 2007, where she won first prize in the vocal competition, kickstarting her jazz career.Years later in the US, she was a finalist in the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Vocal Competition in 2010, and won the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition in 2012. Her album It’s a Good Day was described by The New York Times as “a bravura turn, presented with a smile”, and with her latest album Let’s Get Lost, the bright mademoiselle has blossomed into a full-fledged jazz artist.Cyrille Aimee (Vocals)Hila Kulik (Piano)Matteo Bortone (Bass)Dani Danor (Drums)Wayne Tucker (Trumpet)
Coffee Morning & Afternoon Tea The...
Dimension5 returns with seira for another unforgettable performance at Coffee Morning & Afternoon Tea! This time around, they present gems from yesteryear by The Carpenters, Cliff Richard, Carole King, Connie Francis and more!About seiraseira is a contemporary music ensemble passionate about creating distinctive musical experiences and touching lives through the process. Formed in 2017 by Misugi Tsumugu, the ensemble is made up of young string, wind, and percussion musicians who believe in bringing people from all generations and backgrounds together through live performances packed with youthful energy.Vouchers for coffee/tea will be provided at each performance. Limited to one voucher per ticket.
Daughtry Live In Singapore 2018
Multi-platinum rock band, Daughtry is making their way back to the sunny island for their first full concert as part of their World Tour’s Asia stops.Daughtry is formed by Chris Daughtry, the finalist for American Idol, fifth season and they have become one of the most visible and consistent rock & roll torchbearers of the 21st Century. They released four albums, all of which reached the Billboard Top Ten and have combined sales over 8 million copies in the U.S.Daughtry’s self-titled debut was the best-selling album of 2007, which contained four Top Twenty hit singles including the Grammy-nominated smash “It’s Not Over.” Leave This Town also reached Number One in 2009, while 2011’s Break the Spell was certified gold. His group’s most recent record, 2013’s Baptized, featured the platinum-selling “Waiting for Superman,” which the singer points to as a turning point in his songwriting career.Daughtry have been performing together for over a decade. “Like anything with a ten-year relationship, you know more about each other than you do most of your family,” says Chris Daughtry. “It’s a love-hate thing—you get sick of being around them, but after two weeks at home you’re ready to get back out on the road and do it again. The fan base really keeps us alive. That’s the key ingredient to keeping a band together—that’s the gasoline, and without it you can’t run.” On 30th March 2018, Daughtry released their new single ‘Backbone’ the lead single from their upcoming fifth studio album.Don't miss your chance to see Daughtry live at Singapore Zepp@Bigbox on Wednesday, 11th July 2018.
Pesta Raya 2018 Dua Diva by Aisha...
Still sizzling from their performances at Malaysian televised singing competition Gegar Vaganza 4, Malay powerhouses Aishah and Liza Hanim combine powers to set the roof on fire in a one-night only concert of their greatest ’90s–’00s hits. With music direction by composer Datuk Ramli MS.
Pesta Raya 2018 First 10 Years Sep...
Singapore-born Kuala Lumpur-based singer-songwriter Imran Ajmain celebrates his first decade in music with a homecoming concert featuring a collection of soulful Malay ballads, including songs from his upcoming album.The singer made his mark with his 2006 debut radio single Sudah tu Sudah and break-out hit Seribu Tahun, entering the Malaysian music industry. Imran has released four hit albums since. His fifth is set to be released later this year.Imran has written hits for Taufik Batisah, Hady Mirza, SleeQ and other Singaporean and Malaysian musicians.
Pesta Raya 2018 Transcendence - T...
An assassin with a dark past. A vicious king and his obsession with power. An epic love saga about a prince and a warrior princess.Electric guitar virtuoso Addy Cradle takes you on a fantasy adventure like no other—through a glorious instrumental rock soundtrack set to stories brought to life by animation and visual art.Written, composed, arranged and produced by Addy under his own record label, Eden Inc Ltd, his latest album, Transcendence – Legend of Ryu Wuri, provides the musical backdrop to an anthology of dark tales written by Addy himself, inspired by Indonesian folklore. Mostly instrumental, each track opens a chapter of the stories. The album is the first of three volumes and features a fusion of rock and traditional music from China, Indonesia, Japan and India.Known for his exceptional proficiency with the instrument, the award-winning guitarist made his mark in Singapore’s Malay music scene in the ’90s as a member of rock bands Teacher’s Pet and Cradle, and most recently, Jive Talkin’. On his own, he has picked up awards and accolades over the years, including Best New Solo Artiste and Best Album at Anugerah Planet Muzik, and Top Local Malay Pop Song at the COMPASS Awards.For this concert, Addy has assembled a multidisciplinary team that includes visual artist Muhammad Izdi, who has drawn a series of comic strips brought to life by the motion graphics of video artist Wu Jun Han, as well as other talented musicians.
Up Close with Melvyn Tan and re:Sou...
The musicians of re:Sound team up with pianist Melvyn Tan, in a concert featuring great chamber music by Beethoven, Schubert and Shostakovich.Up Close with Melvyn Tan and Musicians of re:Sound18th July 2018Programme:BEETHOVEN: Violin and Piano Sonata No. 8 in G Major, Op. 30, No. 3 (Loh Jun Hong - violin)SCHUBERT: Piano Quartet in F Major, D.487 “Adagio e Rondo Concertante”SHOSTAKOVICH: Piano Quintet in G Minor, Op. 57piano: Melvyn Tanviolins: Loh Jun Hong, Seah Huan Yuh, Yang Shuxiangviola: Matthias Oestringercello: Robert ChoiIn its most cosy presentation yet, the musicians of re:Sound bring you music written to be played among friends in the close quarters of the drawing room. They partner with world-renowned Singapore-born pianist Melvyn Tan in an evening of works by Beethoven, Schubert and Shostakovich.Violinist Loh Jun Hong joins Melvyn Tan in Beethoven’s Violin Sonata No. 8 in G Major, Op. 30., a work whose optimism and levity belies the composer’s inner struggle and eventual acceptance of his impending deafness.Schubert’s Adagio e Rondo Concertante for piano quartet is a perfect example of “Hausmusik” (music for the home), destined to liven up an evening with friends or family. Composed for accomplished cellist and pianist Heinrich Grob, it is an unabashed two movement showpiece for the piano.Shostakovich’s Piano Quintet in G Minor began as sketches for his second string quartet, before the composer decided to write a part for himself in order to have a chance to perform and travel to see the world. It was highly acclaimed, and in 1941 the Quintet was awarded a Stalin Prize - the Soviet Union's highest award for the arts - and to date remains one of his most popular chamber music works.
Liu Jia Chang in Concert 2018 刘家昌 ...
BreadTalk.鼎泰丰呈献 弹唱人主办 2500首音乐作品,55年的音乐旅程,培育打造了无数天皇巨星的重要推手。华语流行乐坛绝无仅有的75岁音乐大师-刘家昌 2018年新加坡"往事只能回味"音乐会！ 刘大师最后一次以音乐做桥梁,牵动回荡一个时代的美好时光,首首经典,句句诗篇 50人顶尖音乐团队呈现世纪最佳音乐盛宴! 特别嘉宾台湾音乐顽童陈升,美声唱将周蕙。 如果你的往事记忆里有歌,那是你一生不能错过的音乐会，因为每个人的心中都唱着一首刘家昌!
Japanese Jazz Party : Horns Riot
Get ready for an evening of high energy, party jazz with two of the hottest jazz acts from the Japanese live house scene—TRI4TH and CALMERA. With brassy trumpets and saxophones a-blazing, death-defying improvisations and hard-hitting swing, the two bands incite a Horns Riot in this double bill concert. About TRI4THFounded in 2006, Japanese group Tri4th debuted with their single TRI4TH plus EP on the Disc Minor label of Japan’s legendary DJ Tatsuo Sunaga. The band made its foray onto the musical stages of Tokyo and New York in 2009, serving as the backing band for the musical Talk Like Singing by hitmaker Koki Mitani with musical direction by renowned producer Yasuhiro Konishi.The band’s albums have been extremely well received in Japan with Awakening (Oct 2015) reaching number 15 on Tower Records’ annual jazz sales chart within one month. They received the Album of the Year at the Nissan Jazz Japan Award in 2017 for their next album Defying. The band has performed in prestigious jazz festivals such as Tokyo Jazz Festival, Jazz à Vienne and Copenhagen Jazz Festival.About CALMERACALMERA is a high-energy, eight-member jazz instrumental band from Osaka, Japan, whose concerts create the ultimate fan experience. With his wildly coloured hair and electrifying personality, band leader Goushi Nishizaki commands the stage and audience alike, getting everyone dancing and becoming part of the performance.Popular in live houses and outdoor festivals, CALMERA plays a wide repertoire of music including jazz, ska, Japanese anime covers, J-pop, Latin, and rock music. With four indie albums and two major-label releases with Warner Music Japan, CALMERA has a dedicated following in Japan from appearances numerous music festivals, and sold out their latest tour. The band’s popular single The Dog Ran Away was chosen to represent Sony’s h.ear × WALKMAN campaign.
Music from Turn of the Century 琴箫钟鼓...
For the very first time, Cultural Medallion recipient and Singapore Chinese Orchestra Music Director Tsung Yeh conducts Ding Yi Music Company in an evening of Chinese chamber music.Together, they present a repertoire of traditional Chinese chamber music from between 1990 to 2004 that, while rooted to their musical origins, showcase contemporary Chinese composition techniques. Ranging from traditional folk music to elegant court music and spiritual paeans, these works include Jia Daqun’s Three Movements of Autumn, as well as concert highlight, Chen Yi’s Song of Five performed by the renowned Chinese cellist Chu Yi-Bing.
Taiwan 4 Divas ~ Original Singers F...
A reunion of original singers behind the theme songs of well-known movies and drama since the 70s. A night of reminisce with Gao Sheng Mei 高胜美, Wu Xiu Zhu 吴秀珠, Yu Ying Ying 于樱樱 and Yang Xiao Ping 杨小萍 as they joined hands to bring you all-time favourite hits. Gao Sheng Mei is known to be 琼瑶 Qiong Yao songs' ambassador, her collection of songs include 青青河边草， 三朵花， 海鸥飞处彩云飞 and claimed Taiwan Hit Awards - best female Mandarin singer award in 1992. Wu Xiu Zhu - Having sung numerous movie songs, nicknamed Little Wild Kitten, is known to be bubbly and energetic on stage. Her hits include: 没有留下地址， 飞跃在我心，此情可问天，桑园 and many more. Yu Ying Ying, veteran singer have sung many familiar drama serials theme songs such as - 梨花泪，一缕相思情，爱在夕阳下，赎罪 and these were great hits of times. Yang Xiao Ping, known to many as the Diva of the 70s and also the Far East Best Female Singer. She has made a name for herself with her evergreen hits such as 月儿像柠檬, 今夜雨濛濛, 风雪情未了, 梦醒不了情 and many more. Indulge yourself with a nostalgic night of classic hits.
European Jazz Feature : David Helbo...
“David Helbock is a musician to watch. […] An impeccable pianist with a clear, crisp touch.”– Jazzwise“A trio with real character and originality.”– The Jazz Breakfast“Exciting and full of surprises and delights.”– Les InrocksWith more than 20 instruments performed by three musicians onstage, David Helbock’s Random/Control presents an evening of unique and exciting arrangements that celebrates the music of inspirational jazz pianists, including Watermelon by Herbie Hancock, Bolivia by Cedar Walton, and My Song by Keith Jarret.Over the years, this multi-instrumental trio, comprising of musicians David Helbock, Johannes Bär and Andreas Broger, has developed a truly distinctive voice which sounds like “random control”—a ride on the rollercoaster for the ears and the eyes.About David Helbock’s Random/ControlWinner of the Outstanding Artist Award of Austria in 2011, David Helbock performs mainly on the piano with percussion instruments and electronics. He has been described by Roland Spiegel from Bavarian Radio as “one of the most exciting players of the young European jazz scene” whose music “thrills the body and the mind”. In 2009, Helbock undertook a huge compositional project where he wrote one piece every day for an entire year.Johannes Bär performs on a variety of brass instruments, from trumpets and didgeridoo to bass flugelhorn and tuba, while Andreas Broger plays wind instruments including saxophones, clarinets and flutes.
SLO Children's Concert: Can't Stop ...
The Singapore Lyric Opera Children’s Choir and friends will celebrate a sunshine of song and dance from different parts of the world. Opening with Elmo’s Sing in the first season of Sesame Street and closing with Can’t Stop the Feeling from Trolls’, nature’s rendition of her songs and dances will be shimmering through Victoria Concert Hall. Singapore Lyric Opera Children’s ChoirConductor Rose LohPianist Aloysius FoongGuest Choirs Yishun Secondary School and Henry Park Primary School
Mosaic Music Series It's All Here ...
Just like nothing that happens is ever lost if you hold it in your mind, It's All Here Somewhere is a repository of poignant memories, unspoken fears, and faltering hope. Hanging Up The Moon launches their fourth and latest album as part of Mosaic Music Series. Hanging Up The Moon started off as the solo project of Sean Lam, ex-frontman of Concave Scream, one of Singapore's pioneer indie bands. Recorded entirely in his study in the wee hours of the morning, his self-titled debut album was a stripped-down affair. Its quiet sound captivating both critics and listeners alike. In the albums that followed, Hanging Up The Moon explored different soundscapes with the help of good friends and fellow veterans of the Singapore music scene: Alexius Cai (Piblokto), Dean Aziz (Concave Scream), Leslie Low (The Observatory) and Victor Low (Affixen).On his latest album, Lam is joined once again by longtime collaborators Alexius Cai, Dean Aziz and Victor Low. It's All Here Somewhere also features Darren Ng (SONICBRAT) and Andy Chia (SA) on selected tracks. Mixed and produced by Victor Low and mastered by James Plotkin. The 180g heavyweight vinyl is pressed at Record Industry with album art by Dan Gries.
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