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SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: SONG OF D...
Lan Shui, conductorSingapore Symphony ChorusSingapore Symphony Youth ChoirT. IRFAN MeditationBRAHMS Gesang der Parzen, Op. 89BRAHMS Schicksalslied, Op. 54 (“Song of Destiny”)BRAHMS Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 73The Schicksalslied, a portrait of spiritually blinded mortals and Elysian spirits, is one of Brahms’ most ethereal and profound masterpieces. The concert opens with music from Malaysian child prodigy Tengku Irfan and ends with Brahms’ Second Symphony, suffused with Romantic pastoral sunshine.
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: STEPHEN H...
Hannu Lintu, conductorStephen Hough, pianoLUTOSŁAWSKI Symphony No. 4RACHMANINOV Piano Concerto No. 1 in F-sharp minor, Op. 1SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 1 in F minor, Op. 10Expect glistening beauty and virtuoso fireworks as Stephen Hough takes centrestage in Rachmaninov’s First Piano Concerto. Finnish maestro Hannu Lintu brings out the wit and contemplation of Shostakovich’s First Symphony, contrasting with Lutosławski’s Fourth Symphony, the Polish composer’s last major work.
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: STEVEN IS...
Darrell Ang, conductorSteven Isserlis, celloSUK Scherzo Fantastique, Op. 25ELGAR Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85GLAZUNOV Symphony No. 5 in B-flat major, Op. 55Acclaimed Singapore-born conductor Darrell Ang returns with a night of orchestral colour and emotional fire. The flights of fancy in Suk’s Scherzo Fantastique and the post-Tchaikovskian riches of Glazunov’s Fifth Symphony contrastingly frame the soul-crushing magnificence of Elgar’s Cello Concerto, helmed by esteemed cellist Steven Isserlis.
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: SYMPHONIE...
Kazushi Ono, conductorZhang Manchin, viola WALTON Viola ConcertoBERLIOZ Symphonie Fantastique, Op. 14Dark fantasies. Unrequited love. A witches’ sabbath. An episode in the life of an artist. Berlioz’s radical masterpiece Symphonie Fantastique comes alive in the hands of Japanese maestro Kazushi Ono. It is paired here with Walton’s Viola Concerto, gorgeous music drenched with lively rhythms and jazzy harmonies.
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: THE RING ...
‘A musician with fearless, flawless fingers’ The West AustralianKristjan Järvi, conductorJean-Yves Thibaudet, pianoK. JÄRVI ShANgHAi Wonder (Singapore premiere)SAINT-SAËNS Piano Concerto No. 5 in F major, Op. 103 “The Egyptian”WAGNER The Ring – An Orchestral Adventure (arr. Henk De Vlieger)Experience the magic of Wagner’s famous opera The Ring through this 67-minute orchestral adventure by Henk De Vlieger, directed by Kristjan Järvi. Saint-Saëns’ Fifth Piano Concerto fills the air with his hallmark French glitter, performed by celebrated French pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet.
Silk Road Extravaganza 丝路高歌音乐会
VCH ORGAN SERIES: CELESTIAL PIPES
Winfried Bönig, organLawrence Koh, sand artistA blank slate, infinite grains of sand, infinite possibilities. Conjuring a magician’s power, he channels the spirit of the music that encompasses all cosmic force through his delicate palms. Into the grains of sand he breathes life, an organic body. Sand artist Lawrence Koh animates The Planets by Gustav Holst in a celestial collaboration with organist Winfried Bönig. Widor’s standout work, the Toccata from Organ Symphony No. 5 has saluted countless weddings to date, its upbeat and charming character irresistibly captivating.
VCH ORGAN SERIES: PHANTOM OF THE OP...
Dorothy Papadakos, organPhantom of the Opera. The title itself no doubt evokes scenes of crashing chandelier, haunting romance and sweet sorrow in your mind. But did you know, the musical actually succeeds a 1925 silent horror film of the same title which grandly lived up to its genre when audiences were said to have screamed or fainted upon revelation of the Phantom’s appearance? A renowned international organist popular for her sold-out silent film programmes, Dorothy Papadakos brings the film’s raw terror to justice on the magnificent organ with an imaginatively improvised score that is sure to frighten even the Concert Hall’s resident Phantom.
VCH PRESENTS: CELLISSO
Jeong Ae Ree, sopranoNg Pei-Sian, celloYu Jing, celloGuo Hao, celloChan Wei Shing, celloSong Woon Teng, celloWang Yan, celloWang Zihao, celloPeter Wilson, celloWu Dai Dai, celloZhao Yu Er, celloThey say the cello is the instrument that most closely imitates the human voice. The sublime collaboration of the 10 cellists of Singapore Symphony Orchestra conjures an opera that explores the depths of imagination with Carl Vine’s Inner World, to the capacity of simplicity in Arvo Pärt’s Fratres, a work that exemplifies the composer’s own tintinnabuli style. The diverse set of works that display the cello’s versatility also includes Giovanni Sollima’s charged Violoncelles, vibrez!, while dynamic soprano Jeong Ae Ree joins the ensemble in Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos’ adventurous Bachianas Brasileiras.
VCH PRESENTS: GOLD 50 : THE KING'S ...
Patrick Dunachie, CountertenorTimothy Wayne-Wright, CountertenorJulian Gregory, TenorChristopher Bruerton, BaritoneChristopher Gabbitas, BaritoneJonathan Howard, Bass
VCH PRESENTS: GOLD 50 : THE KING'S ...
23 FEB: GOLD 50 - THE KING'S SINGERSPatrick Dunachie, CountertenorTimothy Wayne-Wright, CountertenorJulian Gregory, TenorChristopher Bruerton, BaritoneChristopher Gabbitas, BaritoneJonathan Howard, Bass24 FEB: THE KING’S SINGERS WITH THE SINGAPORE SYMPHONY CHILDREN’S CHOIRPatrick Dunachie, CountertenorTimothy Wayne-Wright, CountertenorJulian Gregory, TenorChristopher Bruerton, BaritoneChristopher Gabbitas, BaritoneJonathan Howard, BassSingapore Symphony Children’s ChoirWong Lai Foon, ChoirmasterIn 1968, the original six King’s Singers came together through their shared love of singing and quickly became renowned for their mesmerising performances and the unique diversity of their music. From the rich polyphony of sacred renaissance music to familiar tunes you hum to, GOLD charts a journey through the music that’s defined their career over the last 50 years, and moves on to exciting and unexplored musical worlds. An alchemy of ancient and modern, serious and light-hearted, expected and unexpected. GOLD crowns half a century of dedication to music, and looks ahead with unbridled energy to the next 50 years and beyond. The second day of their Singapore visit also presents a very special collaboration with the Singapore Symphony Children’s Choir. The marriage of charming virtuosity and youthful energy promises a memorable evening of delights.
VCH PRESENTS: LA VOIX HUMAINE
Jennifer Lien, sopranoShane Thio, pianoIvan Heng, director & set designBrian Gothong Tan, multimedia design & set designFear of rejection and painful loss of love, breaking up is hard to do. La Voix Humaine, Francis Poulenc’s tragédie lyrique of Jean Cocteau’s monologue is an intimate, powerful and moving solo opera work. Directed by Ivan Heng, join soprano Jennifer Lien, pianist Shane Thio and multimedia artist Brian Gothong Tan as they bring to life a conversation between a woman on the edge and her soon to be ex-lover.
VCH PRESENTS: LONDON HAYDN QUARTET
Catherine Manson, violinMichael Gurevich, violinJohn Crockatt, violaJonathan Manson, celloEric Hoeprich, clarinet“A story, a song, a dance and a party”, each a fitting metaphor for life. Joseph Haydn’s String Quartet Op. 64 No. 5 nicknamed “The Lark” encapsulates the essence of each tale in four exquisite movements, an optimistic wave at freedom as he left the Esterhazy court for London. Considered the father of string quartets, Haydn’s virtuosity is revealed in the dazzling String Quartet No. 3 Op. 54. The programme also features one of Mozart’s greatest chamber works, the Clarinet Quintet in A major, K.581, its radiance a façade of his misery during one of his most difficult times. This charming programme is brought to you by one of the world’s leading period instrument string quartets, the London Haydn Quartet.
VCH PRESENTS: THE PHILHARMONIC ORCH...
Lim Yau, conductorLin Ching-Ju, sopranoAngela Cortez, mezzo-sopranoLin Chien-Chi, tenorWilliam Lim, bassThe Philharmonic OrchestraThe Philharmonic Chamber ChoirNAFA Chamber ChoirBeethoven had a foot in each of two centuries when he wrote his first symphony. Born a classicist whose mischief led to a "wrong key" start, his first symphony exhibited all the traits one would associate with the composer - brash, impassioned, uncompromising. In this unique pairing of symphonies, watch how Beethoven stumbled across Romanticism. His deafness and genius culminated in the creation of his last symphony, giving us a work so well known and so relevant - for the Ninth continues to be a representation of the unending possibilities of the symphonic form and a message of renewal and hope.
WAR HORSE - THE STORY IN CONCERT
The acclaimed story of humanity and enduring friendship from the perspective of one extraordinary horse. Before the Steven Spielberg film, before the National Theatre production, there was the classic children's novel... War Horse. Michael Morpurgo reads his poignant and emotionally-charged novel accompanied by the BASE Philharmonic Orchestra, featuring Adrian Sutton's specially-arranged score, inspired by the music from the National Theatre production of War Horse. The concert is accompanied by video artwork and projected drawings from Olivier, Tony and OBIE award-winning British designer Rae Smith re-creating her stunning illustrations from Morpurgo's book. Young Albert's beloved horse Joey is sold to the cavalry and shipped to France where he witnesses the brutality of World War I from both sides. Even in the desolation of the trenches, Joey's courage touches all those around him. War Horse is the powerful story of deep friendship surviving in terrible times - the tragedy of war and the beauty of peace. Don't miss out on War Horse - the original story, as told by the author himself. Click Here For Theatre Conditions of Entry
West Winds In Concert 2017 presents...
West Winds was formed in 1993 with the support of the People’s Association and Bukit Batok Community Club. The band was started with the vision to create a place where musicians in Singapore can gather for the love of band music and it has dedicated itself to bringing music to the community.West Winds is proud to present ‘West Winds In Concert 2017 - A Concert with Eiji Suzuki and ME6 Philip Tng’ concert jointly conducted by our Band Director, ME6 Philip Tng, and our Guest Conductor Eiji Suzki from Japan.Concert Programme:-Convivium (Sinagpore Premiere) - Jan Bosveld Sinfonia Antiqua - Thorsten Wollmann (Singapore Premiere)Menu for Wind Band A Chain of World Premier (Singapore Premiere) - Carlos PellicerMarch Silver Spirits - Eiji SuzukiSelections from Cavelleria Rusticana - Pietro Mascagni transcripted by Eiji SuzukiMerry Widow Selections - Franz Lehár transcripted by Eiji SuzukiLand of a Great Promise ‘Chingis Khan’ - Eiji SuzukiSoaring Freedom Bell - Eiji SuzukiCantus Sonare - Eiji SuzukiAll Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, JCs, CIs and ITEs may use the Tote board Arts Grant to subsidise up to 50 % of this programme.For more information about the band, visit our website at www.westwinds.org.sg or Like! Us at www.facebook.com/westwinds.sg
Young People’s Concert - A Voyage t...
指挥：郭勇德（饰阿德）叙述 / 演员：王帝璁（饰老古董）丽的呼声播音箱传来的广播音乐，是上一代的集体回忆。李大傻粤语讲古的序曲《旱天雷》与马票广播的开场音乐《好马上程蹄不停》都陪伴着许多新加坡人成长。 这次，阿德通过收集旧货而认识了古董店老板 – 老古董（王帝璁饰）。阿德和老古董所收购的旧货古董，如算盘、时钟、打字机、麻将，以及旧唱片等都能展现新声！年轻朋友们，你们听过吗? 就让阿德与老古董带领大家用《算盘回旋曲》、《切分时钟》、《打字机》、《牌友》和世界首演本地作曲家冯国骏的《Karung Guni 畅想曲》娓娓道来！音乐会以中文进行，适合7岁以上和孩童。此音乐会将包括英文字幕。
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