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Huayi 华艺节 2018 Songs of Liu Sanjie...
Music Director: Tsung YehDirector: Goh Boon TeckComposer: Law Wai LunExperience the allure and exuberance of iconic Chinese folk songs from the famous musical film Liu Sanjie in this special concert by the Singapore Chinese Orchestra. Even after half a century, several of the songs from the film are still remembered and recognised by many today.Songs of Liu Sanjie – A Musical Film in Concert is led by Cultural Medallion recipient and Music Director Tsung Yeh and directed by Goh Boon Teck, with music adaptation by Cultural Medallion recipient Law Wai Lun. The evening features renowned Chinese soprano Wang Qing Shuang who portrays the main character Liu Sanjie, together with other vocalists from China and Singapore including Jonathan Charles Tay (as Ah Niu), William Lim (as Old Fisherman), Peng Siran (as Zhou Mei), Alvin Chiam (as Mo Huai Ren), Jeremy Koh, Raymond Lee and Alvin Tan (as Scholar) reenacting classic songs and scenes from the film, with the 40-member Vocal Associates Festival Chorus.A love story set amongst a conflict between rich and poor, the groundbreaking 1961 musical film popularised Chinese folk songs through the Chinese diaspora, relating the story of a legendary folk singer from the Zhuang minority people in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, set against the region’s scenic beauty.About Liu SanjieLiu Sanjie is an iconic Chinese musical film that tells the story of Third Sister Liu, a legendary folk singer.Released to much acclaim in 1961, the film is a touching love story that also depicts the conflict between the wealthy and the poor. But what made the film unique was its music. The songs in the film, known as "Songs of the Hills", were sung on hilly terrain and open spaces by farmers and shepherds as they work. Singers would often engage in singing duels where they would pit their wits against each other using riddles and word play.
SCO Mother’s Day Concert 新加坡华乐团母亲节音...
指挥：郭勇德笛子：彭天祥 （2018年3月7日）二胡：张彬（2018年3月8日）第一：剖析乐章2018年新加坡青年节艺术展演汇一小学指定曲目游戏 / 罗伟伦第二：演奏家特写３月７日（星期四）：荫中鸟 / 刘管乐３月８日（星期五）：秦腔主题随想曲 / 鲁日融、赵振霄编曲第三：观众票选乐曲!一场华乐音乐会究竟是如何进行的？我们应该怎样去认识和欣赏华乐曲？指挥是不是光在台上挥几下就行了？演奏家是不是每天都要练十几个小时？我们是否可以让华乐团演奏我们最喜欢的作品？这些问题Concert-in-Progress 2018都可以帮您一一解答！新加坡华乐团驻团指挥郭勇德、笛子演奏家彭天祥、二胡演奏家张彬将会与您近距离接触，您更可以票选自己最爱的作品，最高得票的曲目将会由华乐团为您演奏！Concert-in-Progress 2018，全民参与，由您决定！
Conservatory Orchestra Series: Prel...
JASON LAI conductorALBERT TIU pianoCONSERVATORY ORCHESTRAR. STRAUSSDon Juan, Op. 20DEBUSSYPrélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 86TCHAIKOVSKYPiano Concerto No. 2, Op. 44“After all, an artist is by definition a man accustomed to dreams and living among apparitions."Claude DebussyYST Conservatory’s final orchestral concert of the year offers masterworks from three of the late nineteenth century's most iconic composers, each linking in a different way to its Dreams & Apparitions theme. Where Don Juan seems in retrospect a natural evolution in aesthetic and sonority to the subjective intensities of the Romantic age, Debussy's Fawn offers that era a quietly compelling revolution in musical approach and direction. The evening culminates with the pianist as hero, with faculty member Albert Tiu offering Tchaikovsky's glittering and virtuosic 2nd piano concerto.
Masaaki Suzuki Conducts Pulcinella
CONSERVATORY ORCHESTRACONSERVATORY CHAMBER ENSEMBLERYO TERAKADO GUEST CONCERTMASTERMASAAKI SUZUKI CONDUCTORProgrammeA. CORELLIConcerto Grosso No. 7, Op. 6GALLO, DOMENICOSonata No. 1 for two violinsPARISOTTI, ALESSANDROSe Tu M'amiMONZA, CARLO IGNAZIOSuite No. 3: GavottaPERGOLESISinfonia in F major for violoncello and continuoUNICO WILHELM VAN WASSENAERConcerto Armonico No. 2 in B-flat majorI. STRAVINSKYPulcinella <1919-20, rev. 1948>Pulcinella was Igor Stravinsky's first foray into a style that would eventually be known as Neoclassicism; the Russian composer would go on to produce a substantial output of works that were inspired by musical aesthetics that were associated with the 17th and 18th centuries, subsequently inspiring his contemporaries such as Milhaud, Poulenc, Honneger, Strauss, Bartok, Kodaly and Martinu to also draw their musical material from works of the past.Performed on period instruments, the first half of this concert will feature works that have directly inspired Stravinsky's composition. Conductor and early music specialist Masaaki Suzuki returns to YST with musicians from Bach Collegium Japan to work with the Conservatory Orchestra in this special performance.
Shanghai Quartet Recital
WEIGANG LI, VIOLINYI-WEN JIANG, VIOLINHONGGANG LI, VIOLANICHOLAS TZAVARAS, CELLOPROGRAMMEMENDELSSOHNQuartet No. 1 in E-flat major, Op .12BRIDGEQuartet No. 1 in E minor, "Bologna"BRAHMSSextet in G majorKnown worldwide for its passionate musicality, impressive technique, and expansive repertoire melding the delicacy of Eastern music with the emotional breadth of the Western canon, the Shanghai Quartet is one of the world’s foremost chamber ensembles. From traditional Chinese folk music to masterpieces of Western musical literature to cutting edge contemporary works, the Quartet has expanded the musical palette of its devoted fans since its founding at the Shanghai Conservatory in 1983.
SNYO In Concert - A Musical Flower ...
Leonard Tan, conductorJoost Flach, oboeSingapore National Youth OrchestraCAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS Bacchanale from Samson et DalilaJEAN FRANҪAIX L’Horloge de Flore(‘A Flower Clock’)JOHANNES BRAHMS Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68Join us in this rare opportunity to hear a woodwind soloist with an orchestra: oboist Joost Flach brings to life the blossoming of seven flowers in Jean Françaix’s colourful L’horloge de flore (“A Flower Clock”). Also on the programme are the wild and sensuous Bacchanale from Saint-Saëns’ opera Samson and Delilah and the epic Brahms First Symphony.
Dvorak's Stabat Mater
Felicia Teo Kaixin, sopranoPatricia Sands, altoJonathan Charles Tay, tenorDaniel Ho, bassAdrian Tan, ConductorDvorak Stabat Mater, Op. 58The Braddell Heights Symphony Orchestra & The Joy Chorale present Antonin Dvorak’s setting of the 13th Century poem Stabat Mater – a monumental 10-movement work for symphony orchestra, chorus and four soloists undertaken at a time of great personal tragedy for the composer after the death of his oldest daughter. Turning to this ancient text, the grieving Dvorak identified closely with its poetic evocation of Mary’s pain at the death of her son, portraying the depths of parental love and pain that he could relate at a most personal level. This deeply moving and powerfully evocative music that captures both personal and religious aspects of grief and solace has exhilarated audiences since its premiere, rightfully earning its place as one of the towering masterpieces of choral music.
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