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SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: LAN SHUI'...
Lan Shui conductorMiah Persson sopranoAnna Larsson mezzo-sopranoSingapore Symphony Chorus and Youth ChoirHallelujah ChorusThe Philharmonic Chamber Choir, SingaporeSingapore Bible College Community Choir. CanticorumThe Choir of the Transylvania State Philharmonic Eudenice Palaruan choral directorWong Lai Foon choirmasterMAHLER Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection"In his final concert as our Music Director, Lan Shui directs his swansong in the form of Mahler’s monumental Resurrection Symphony, a work close to his heart. Join us in this symphonic masterpiece - witness the verses of conviction and reaffirmation lifted by choir and voices: Rise again, yes, rise again/ Will you, my heart, in an instant! Farewell and thank you, Maestro!Mahler fans, look out for our performances of Mahler's Symphony No. 1 and No. 5If you love the combination of orchestra, vocalists and choir, don't miss Beethoven's Missa Solemnis on 10 May 2019.
SSO RED BALLOON SERIES: ROCK IN 60 ...
Jacomo Bairos, conductorNick Omiccioli, electric guitarPaul Cesarczyk, electric guitarThe Mothers of Invention, Daft Punk and Radiohead: orchestral reimaginations! The SSO performs an explosive, rock-infused, electric, genre-bending night of music from the likes of Frank Zappa. Follow the resounding riffs of electric guitarists Nick Omiccioli and Paul Cesarczyck to the edge of the earth, and fuse unlikely instruments in this night of kaleidoscopic groove and moves.More daring musical explorations with our Red Balloon Series: Reich in 60 mins, 12 Jan 2019.
VCH ORGAN SERIES: THOMAS TROTTER - ...
Thomas Trotter, organJ.S. BACHToccata, Adagio and Fugue in C major, BWV 564SCHUMANNTwo Studies in Canonic Form, Op. 56ALBERTO GINASTERAToccata, Villancico and Fugue, Op. 18LISZTFantasy and Fugue on the theme B-A-C-H, S.260J.C. BACH (arr. Thomas Trotter)Concerto in D major, Op. 1, No. 6WILLIAM THOMAS BESTIntroduction, Variations and Finale on God Save the QueenHOLST (arr. Thomas Trotter)Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity from The PlanetsELGAR (arr. Herbert Brewer)Chanson de Matin, Op. 15, No. 2ELGAR (arr. Edwin Henry Lemare)Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1Prepare to be astounded by the esteemed British virtuoso organist, Thomas Trotter, in an evening recital of organ greats. A myriad of organ colours from Bach to Ginastera gives way to a celebration of familiar and famous British tunes, including the glittering magnificence of Holst’s Jupiter and the regal grandeur of Elgar’s Land of Hope and Glory.
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: CHRISTOPH...
Bruno Weil, conductorChristopher Park, pianoMOZARTSymphony in D major (after the Posthorn Serenade, K. 320) (Singapore Premiere)MOZARTPiano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K.466HAYDNSymphony No. 103 in E-flat major, Hob.I:103 “Drumroll” (Singapore Premiere)Presenting the regal delights of Mozart’s Posthorn Serenade and his trailblazing Piano Concerto No. 20: rising Korean-German pianist Christopher Park is our youthful soloist, “a pianist like a thunderbolt” (Der Tagesspiegel), in this programme conducted by the distinguished veteran Bruno Weil that concludes with the noble elegance of Haydn’s Drumroll Symphony.“His performance blazes and glitters.” - Westdeutsche Allgemeine ZeitungOn 15 Feb 2019, we welcome esteemed British organist Thomas Trotter in a recital also commemorating the Raffles landing of 1819.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 Painted Skin - An O...
Give it to me. Give all your heart to me.An exciting fusion of Western operatic style and Peking Opera elements, Painted Skin – An Opera in Concert is an ambitious adaptation of the classic Chinese short story from Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio by Pu Songling. Presented as an opera in concert, a dramatic narrative unfolds, revealing an inner world of greed, lust and hypocrisy concealed under the glamorous veneers that humans wear.A Chinese scholar chances upon a beautiful woman crying in the rain while on his way home. He gives her an umbrella out of kindness, unaware that she is actually a demon in disguise, wearing a mask made of human skin painted with beautiful features. Besotted with the scholar, the demon charms him. A romantic relationship ensues but eventually results in tragedy.A co-commission by Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, China Shanghai International Arts Festival, the Singapore Chinese Orchestra, and produced by Major Performing Arts Group, Painted Skin is an innovative and creative musical interpretation of a classic tale. The production sees the acclaimed Singapore Chinese Orchestra collaborating with a creative team comprising scriptwriter Wang Yuanfei, renowned composer Hao Weiya, pioneering director Yi Liming, under the baton of maestro Tsung Yeh.Coupled with live multimedia projections and contemporary theatrical elements, mezzo-soprano Dong Fang, soprano Li Jing Jing and Peking Opera actor Liu Zheng, accompanied by an ensemble of leading musicians from Singapore Chinese Orchestra.The hearts of humans,Are they crimson, or are they black?Co-Commissioned by Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, China Shanghai International Arts Festival, Singapore Chinese Orchestra, and produced by Major Performing Arts Group.
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: MASTER OF...
Alexander Liebreich, conductorXavier de Maistre, harp SCHUBERT Symphony No. 3 in D major, D. 200BOIELDIEU Harp Concerto in CBEETHOVEN Symphony No. 4 in B-flat major, Op. 60French harpist Xavier de Maistre presents one of the most beautiful concertos in the harp repertory, the scintillating Harp Concerto by “The French Mozart”, François-Adrien Boieldieu, a work that will instantly charm its way into your ear and heart. Inheriting from the best of the Classical era, Schubert’s Third Symphony strikes a clear Mozartian chord, while Beethoven’s Fourth Symphony blazes forth with blistering grandeur, paving the way into the Romantic Era.“A virtuoso of the highest order, profoundly musical” - Gramophone on Xavier de MaistreAnother wonderful classical concerto is the Mozart Clarinet Concerto, don't miss it on 22-23 Mar 2019.
VCH EXCITE!: THE BEST DAY WITH LOCO...
Kam Ning, violinSébastien Walnier, celloLisa De Boos, double bassMARK O’CONNOR & EDGAR MEYEREmily’s ReelOld Country FairytalePoem for CarlitaCaprice for ThreeAppalachia WaltzF.C.’s JigChief Sitting in the Rain – College HornpipeSTÉPHANE GRAPPELLILes ValseusesMARK O’CONNORLimerockDAVID BALAKRISHNANSkylifeMARK SUMMERJulie-OEDGAR MEYERDuo for Violin & BassJOHN NEWTON (arr. Ning Kam)Amazing GraceIt only takes a trio of string musicians to create an explosion of colour. Formed in 2015 by collaborative musicians and good friends, Ning Kam, Sébastien Walnier and Lisa De Boos, these three locos realised that their music interests ventured far beyond traditional classical music. Shuffle into the evening with the trio’s eclectic mix of pieces kicking off with compositions by Grammy Award winning violinist/fiddler Mark O’Connor, swinging right past Stéphane Grappelli’s seductive Les Valseuses, amongst other merry tunes. Join us for a programme of pure musical sunshine.
SSO GALA: RAY CHEN
Andrew Litton, conductorRay Chen, violinWith the Singapore National Youth OrchestraBORODIN Overture to Prince IgorPROKOFIEV Violin Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 63TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64Charismatic, funny and undeniably skilled - Ray Chen, the ever-popular Taiwanese-Australian violinist has dazzled the violin world. SSO Principal Guest Conductor Andrew Litton conducts the SSO and SNYO side-by-side in this all-Russian programme: opening with the brazenly expressive overture to Prince Igor, followed by the wry musings of Prokofiev Violin Concerto No. 2 and the heart-on-the-sleeve passion of Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony.“Colors dance, moods swing, and Chen’s artistry blazes.” - The Times on Ray ChenCatch another Prokofiev concerto, his Piano Concerto No. 2 on 26 Oct 2018.
Dauntless Spirit 2019 - SNYCO & SCO...
指挥: 葉聰、郭勇德、倪恩辉 新加坡国家青年华乐团捕风掠影I 江赐良 指挥: 郭勇德 姐妹岛 王辰威 指挥: 倪恩辉 王子与狮子 罗伟伦 指挥: 郭勇德 新加坡华乐团与新加坡国家青年华乐团挂毯∶ 时光飞舞 埃里克•沃森指挥: 葉聰 舞剧组曲：女娲 （世界首演） 潘耀田指挥: 葉聰 新加坡国家青年华乐团与新加坡华乐团年度音乐会：少年之锐2019汇集了全国青年华乐高手的新加坡国家青年华乐团，呈献首首得奖作品包括：江赐良的《捕风掠影I》、王辰威的《姐妹岛》和罗伟伦的《王子与狮子》。新加坡国家青年华乐团的两名成员也将与新加坡华乐团演奏两首协奏曲。压轴更由两团过百位演奏家组成的大型乐团联合呈献埃里克•沃森的《挂毯∶时光飞舞》以及世界首演潘耀田的新创作《舞剧组曲：女娲》。
SSO CONCERTS FOR CHILDREN: AN INTER...
Joshua Tan, conductorAlasdair Malloy, presenterPrepare to blast off on An Intergalactic Adventure with our intrepid star captain Alasdair Malloy! Join his cosmic crew on the Space Ship Orchestra as we depart Earth on a musical trek to the distant stars. We'll visit faraway planets and join forces in heroic Star Wars. Go boldly where no concert has gone before!Suitable for ages 4 to 14. No admission for infants-in-arms.
West Winds In Concert 2019 - Festiv...
Guest Conductor - COL Prateep SuphanrojnBand Director - ME6 Philip TngWest Winds was formed in 1993 with the support of the People’s Association and Bukit Batok Community Club. The band was established 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.Celebrate an evening of spectacular musical works with West Winds as they present FESTIVAL: A MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA, under the batons of their Guest Conductor Col. Prateep Suphanrojn and Band Director ME6 Philip Tng. Witness the programme inspired by grandeur and splendour, with orchestral transcriptions and band compositions such as Shostakovich’s Festive Overture, Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 – Finale, Reed’s Armenian Dances Part 1, Taruya’s Tears of the Princess Kushinada Flowing in Hii, and more.ProgrammeRossano Galante - Transcendent JourneyMasanori Taruya - Tears of the Princess Kushinada Flowing in HiiRyan George - FireflyAlfred Reed - Armenian Dances Part 1Dimitri Shostakovich - Festive OverturePrateep Suphanrojn - MajestyPytor Ilyich Tchiakovsky - Symphony No. 4 - FinaleFor more information about the band, visit our facebook page at www.facebook.com/westwinds.sg
第一：剖析乐章第二：演奏家特写第三：观众票选乐曲！新加坡华乐团第五季的Concert-in-Progress将再度为学生们介绍华乐与新加坡华乐团的演奏家，也为您解析新加坡青年节2019中学、初院与高级中学组的比赛曲目。您也可以为您想听的曲目进行投选 – 投选票数最高的曲目将在音乐会中演奏。
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: SABINE ME...
Andrew Litton, conductorSabine Meyer, clarinet ROBERT CASTEELS Ouverture Spirituelle (SSO Commission / World Premiere)MOZART Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622TCHAKOVSKY Suite No. 4 "Mozartiana"The celebrated clarinettist Sabine Meyer, who has played with more than 300 orchestras worldwide, finally makes her Singapore debut with the radiant joy and meditative serenity of Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto. The beauty of the work exemplifies the composer’s immortal appeal, which inspired Tchaikovsky to pay tribute via Mozartiana. Directed by Andrew Litton, this concert also features the world premiere of Singapore-based composer Robert Casteels’ Ouverture Spirituelle, commissioned by the SSO.Matchless beauty of tone… one of the greatest instrumentalists of our time, and her reputation is entirely justified.” - The Guardian on Sabine MeyerFor fans of wind music, check out SSO Chamber Series: Temptations of the Saintly Pot on 18 May 2019.
Unparalleled Charm 无极神韵
指挥: 郭勇德二胡: 段皑皑笛子: 林信有来自远山的呼唤 / 刘韦志笛子协奏曲：夜竹 （世界首演） / 江赐良甘榜与城市 / 赵俊毅二胡协奏曲：无极（本地首演） / 王云飞天网 / 罗伟伦以传神流畅，感染力强著称的中国二胡名家段皑皑与音色纯厚甜美的新加坡华乐团笛子演奏家林信有将分别以精湛技艺演奏二胡协奏曲《无极》以及世界首演江赐良全新的委约创作。由驻团指挥郭勇德带领，一场多首本地与世界首演的音乐会，将给您感受华乐的无极神韵！
SSO POPS: VIDEO GAMES CLASSICS
Eimear Noone, conductorVictoria Songwei Li, sopranoJade Tan, mezzo-sopranoSingapore Symphony Youth Choir and FriendsWong Lai Foon, choirmasterBehold! The SSO presents the Irish Queen of Games Music, Eímear Noone, in a grand musical party of Video Games Classics! The award-winning composer and conductor, responsible for such fan favourites as "Malach" from World of Warcraft, will be joined by the Singapore Symphony Youth Choir & Friends in a journey of fantastic tunes from the rich worlds of World of Warcraft, Skyrim, Final Fantasy and Tetris. When past and present collide, the fate of all worlds hangs in the balance.Another one for the gamers: VCH Excite!: A New World: intimate music from FINAL FANTASY, 17 Nov 2018.
VCH EXCITE!: MY MUSE • RANI SINGAM
Ang Shao Wen, conductorRani Singam, vocalsChok Kerong, pianoChan Yoong Han, violinChristina Zhou, violinEdward Tan, violaWang Zihao, celloBen Poh, bassAndrew Lim, guitarShawn Kelley, drumsDubbed as Singapore’s first lady of jazz, Rani Singam will enchant you with originals and classics from legendary muses who have inspired her, as well as newly commissioned arrangements written by the inventive and evocative Chok Kerong. Borne out of her single My Muse, this promises to be an intimate evening of musical gold with Rani and her 8-piece music ensemble comprising of the finest classical and jazz musicians in Asia today.
Intersections: Conservatory Orchest...
Qian Zhou violinLikie Low (BMUS1) erhuSulwyn Lok (BMUS4) zhongruanLee Yuru (BMUS2) percussionChen Zhangyi composerJason Lai conductorCONSERVATORY ORCHESTRAPROGRAMMEV. WILLIAMSFantasia on a Theme by Thomas TallisCHEN ZHANGYIConcerto for Erhu, Zhongruan, Percussion and Ensemble [new work]WALTONViolin Concerto ABOUT THE EVENTAs part of ongoing international partnerships, the YST Conservatory Orchestra will present a concert at the Korean National University of Arts in Seoul on 13 April 2019. Ahead of the performance in Korea, they will present a pre-tour concert at the Esplanade Concert Hall, featuring an eclectic array of music centred around early 20th-century English compositions. In addition, YST Composition faculty Asst Prof Chen Zhangyi, whose compositions have been performed by ensembles such as the London Symphony Orchestra and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, will present a new concerto commissioned for this occasion. Taking the stage as soloist in Walton's virtuosic Violin Concerto is YST Head of Strings Prof Qian Zhou. Principal Conductor Jason Lai, who in 2018 conducted the KNUA Orchestra in Singapore, will lead the YST Conservatory Orchestra.
SSO GALA CONCERTS: RACHMANINOV PIAN...
Lionel Bringuier, conductorBehzod Abduraimov, piano RAVEL La ValseLUTOSLAWSKI Concerto for OrchestraRACHMANINOV Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18 The Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2: dark majesty, breathtaking Romanticism. The Lutoslawski Concerto for Orchestra, “an episodic symbiosis with folk music”. Ravel’s bewitching La Valse, a spine-tingling tribute to the waltz, hypnotic and exhilarating, intoxicating and elegant, ending in astonishment. This SSO Gala teams up two up-and-coming young artistes, French conductor Lionel Bringuier and Uzbek pianist Behzod Abduraimov. “This is a pianist who has it all: silky delicacy, mighty thunder-power, rare clarity” – Seattle Times
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: MAESTRO C...
Choo Hoey, conductorHe Ziyu, violinSTRAVINSKY Song of the NightingaleMOZART Violin Concerto No. 4 in D major, K. 218BARTÓK Suite No.1 for Orchestra, Op. 3A name synonymous with the birth and growing-up years of the Singapore Symphony, our pioneering Maestro and Conductor Emeritus returns. Maestro Choo Hoey conducts a programme of youthful inspirations, music from Stravinsky’s first opera to Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 4 written when he was 19, and the then 24-year-old Bartók’s Suite No. 1, an orchestral showpiece marking his entry into the international music scene.If you like the Mozart Violin Concerto No. 4, No. 5 is also performed on 21 Sep 2018.
Ones to Watch Series: Aurora Orches...
PEKKA KUUSISTO, violinNICHOLAS COLLON, conductorPROGRAMMEBEETHOVENString Quartet No.8, Op. 59II. Molto adagio (Si tratta questo pezzo con molto di sentimento)MAX RICHTERNew Work (World Premiere)ADÈSViolin Concerto, ‘Concentric Paths’MOZARTSymphony No. 41 in C major, K551 (From Memory)ABOUT THE EVENTIn this concert, the Aurora Orchestra explores celestial sounds and the cosmic order in an eclectic programme enriched by choreography and illustration.For the Greek philosophers and their later admirers in the Renaissance, music was of profound importance, woven into the fabric of the cosmos as elemental sounds produced by the stars and planets themselves. This enduring concept of the ‘music of the spheres’ provides the starting point for what promises to be one of Aurora's most visually spectacular Orchestral Theatre adventures, with elements of design, lighting, projection and illustration placing the orchestra inside these ancient visions of our solar system.At the heart of the concert is a memorised performance of Mozart’s ‘Jupiter’ Symphony, the composer’s final and arguably greatest single musical achievement. This most perfectly-crafted expression of symphonic form is presented here entirely from memory: a thrillingly direct and communicative performance style pioneered by the Aurora Orchestra in recent seasons as the first orchestra in history to play whole symphonies without the aid of sheet music.The programme also includes the world premiere of a new work by Max Richter created especially for this project, and Thomas Adès’ Violin Concerto ‘Concentric Paths’, a soaring modern masterpiece performed by Pekka Kuusisto – one of the brightest stars in today’s musical firmament.Photo credit: Nick Rutter
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