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Hits of Chinese Music I: Woodwinds ...
指挥：葉聰笛子：尹志阳、林信有、曾志、陈财忠、彭天祥唢呐：靳世义、常乐、孟杰、刘江笙：郭长锁、郑浩筠管子：韩雷红花遍地开 / 许镜清笛子三重奏：江南好 / 谭密子、金世英、俞先明曲、树蓬移植唢呐与乐队：山村来了售货员 / 张晓峰笙与乐队：晋调 /阎海登笛子与小乐队：扬鞭催马运粮忙 / 魏显忠曲、温连贵配器笙与乐队：凤凰展翅 /胡天泉、董洪德唢呐与乐队：社庆 /葛礼道、尹开先青松岭 /施万春笛子与乐队：姑苏行（世界首演） /江先渭曲、江赐良改编管子与乐队：江河水 /东北民间乐曲、沈文友编伴奏双唢呐与乐队：百鸟朝凤 （世界首演） /山东民间乐曲、江赐良改编黄河风情 /景建树「华乐发烧友」是新加坡华乐团崭新推出的音乐会系列，通过四套的系列演出以原创呈献华乐四个声部的经典乐曲。头炮登场的「吹管篇」将由乐团吹管组以小乐队和大乐队的不同形式演奏多首历久不衰、脍炙人口的管乐金曲。三首合奏《红花遍地开》、《青松岭》与《黄河风情》展现了吹管组的强大实力，《姑苏行》、《扬鞭催马运粮忙》、《凤凰展翅》、《晋调》、《百鸟朝凤》、《山村来了售货员》、《社庆》、《江河水》等风行几十年的吹管乐经典更会在一场音乐会连环奏出，作为华乐发烧友的您，绝对不容错过！
Huayi 华艺节 2018 Blood & Rose Ensemb...
Blood & Rose Ensemble takes on Shakespeare’s “Wars of the Roses” history plays, putting a fresh, satirical and highly entertaining spin on the question of how history gets made. Between the beauty and violence of roses and bloodshed, how is history written and re-written? How are these histories told, and who gets to tell them?In this brilliantly-inventive staging, prodigious Taiwanese director Wang Chia-Ming plays the invisible DJ, spinning in the arena of history, as he boldly remixes cuts, characters, and conflicts of Shakespeare’s Henry VI and Richard III, whilst jockeying the talented ensemble of actors in a madcap two-hour journey. The actors toggle multiple roles – playing various characters and performing their own music live – and cross-fade seamlessly between improvisation and performance, as they hurtle us through the voices and interwoven (hi)stories of Henry VI and Richard III, only to find that the enduring truth of our time is the illusiveness of truth itself.A co-commission by Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay and The National Theater & Concert Hall, Blood & Rose Ensemble features Singapore theatre actor Oliver Chong, alongside nine illustrious Taiwanese theatre actors, in a performance that is as disquieting a requiem to the blood and beauty of the historic Wars, as it is a striking indictment of truth in our post-truth times.
Huayi 华艺节 2018 Child's Play - The ...
Calling all courageous, creative children! We need your help to save a troubled village!Once, there was a small fishing village. The villagers enjoyed a simple, happy life…till they were attacked by ferocious swordfishes that leapt out of the sea! Can one child rise above the rest to lead the villagers? Can the villagers come together to think of how to defend themselves?Singapore theatre director Danny Yeo, in collaboration with 3 Pumpkins Projects, developed an innovative and unique children-only interactive theatre experience with Child’s Play – The Story of Nian at Huayi 2017. Continuing on that popularly received production, they return to present Child’s Play – The Story of Redhill, based on a well-loved Singapore folklore, for children ages 6 to 11 in Huayi 2018.Through immersive active participation in storytelling and handicraft activities, children learn about teamwork, responsibility, and how to problem-solve, without the help of parents or teachers!Advisory: For children only. No admission for parents/guardians. Recommended for children aged 6–11. No admission for ages below 6. Children will be seated on the floor. Please dress comfortably for the programme
Huayi 华艺节 2018 Crowd Lu 2018 Sprin...
“Crowd Lu is just like his songs, a magnification of the humorous side of life.”– Lianhe Zaobao“There is an innocence about [Crowd Lu] that is genuine and touching.”– The Straits TimesOH YEAH!!! Taiwanese indie pop favourite Crowd Lu returns to Singapore after seven years!At times optimistic and quirky, other times thoughtful and life-affirming, Crowd’s songs are born out of the simple and good things in life, and his concerts are filled with hope and celebrations of life’s fleeting beauty.Since bursting onto the music scene, Crowd has released five albums, eight singles, and four concerts at the Taipei Arena, and he recently set a record for selling out his Taipei Spring World Tour concert in 28 seconds! Crowd has also won the Golden Melody Awards for Best New Artist and Best Composer, and is regarded as an influential music genius with an ardent following.This time around, fresh from recent successful concerts in Taiwan and Japan, he presents hits and popular songs from his entire discography. Get onboard for an exhilarating evening with Crowd at the Esplanade Concert Hall!About Crowd LuIn his first year in Tamkang University in Taipei, Crowd Lu picked up the guitar while recovering in hospital from a bus accident, and discovered his talent for songwriting and singing. The following year, he won first prize for music composition and solo performance at his university, and took the gold in composition at the National Chengchi University. His talent caught the attention of prominent record producer Tiger Chung, who took him on to produce three singles. In the decade since, Crowd has soared to greater heights, winning Golden Melody Awards and releasing five albums and several singles along the way.
Huayi 华艺节 2018 Cut Kafka! 咔嚓卡夫卡! T...
"The tremendous world I have inside my head. But how [to] free myself and free it without being torn to pieces. And a thousand times [I’d] rather be torn to pieces than rather it in me or bury it…”- Franz Kafka, Diaries of Franz KafkaA cross-disciplinary encounter between dance and theatre, inspired by the surreal world of literary icon Franz Kafka.Singapore's T.H.E Dance Company and Nine Years Theatre come together for the very first time, led by artistic directors Kuik Swee Boon (T.H.E) and Nelson Chia (Nine Years Theatre), in a playful and moving rumination on human nature and its many faces. Join them on a dreamlike journey, as two of Singapore’s leading performing arts companies gallantly experience their own metamorphoses.Regarded as one of the most influential writers of the 20th century, Franz Kafka's works, including The Metamorphosis, The Trial and The Castle, have had such an impact that they have also given rise to the term "Kafkaesque”, in reference to his signature writing style and poignant depictions of human alienation and absurd bureaucracy.
Huayi 华艺节 2018 Einstein in the Car...
- Feel the Earth MoveThe Theory of Relativity tells us: if Einstein can find a car moving at the speed of light, time will stand still, and space will cease. In the warm, stuffy, sometimes noisy, sometimes hauntingly quiet Esplanade Basement Carpark, two men meet. One is Zhang Jun, the prince of Kunqu, possessing in him 600 years of Kun Opera history. The other is George Chan, a leading actor of Singapore musical theatre, trained in the centuries-old Western art form.As they face each other, each with their own histories and cultures etched in their bodies, what do they say? What can’t they hold back? A unique original work where East meets West through past and present, Einstein in the Carpark is Huayi’s first-ever site-specific theatre production and is the second instalment of Emergency Stairs’ Post Dramatic Theatre Series. Einstein in the Carpark is directed and conceptualised by Young Artist Award recipient Liu Xiaoyi, together with two award-winning designers, lighting designer Lim Woan Wen and sound designer Darren Ng.Advisory: Recommended for audience aged 12 and above. Due to the nature of this performance, there will be no latecomer entry. Please be dressed comfortably as the Basement Carpark can be warm, and travel light as audience members will be walking and standing throughout the performance.Meet at the Esplanade B2 Carpark Foyer 15mins before start time.
Huayi 华艺节 2018 Feel the Beats! 击乐之...
“The Ju Percussion group… Has eager, active and highly competent performers.” – The New York Times“Not only was the performance uniquely presented, but the running and training of the Ju Percussion Group demonstrated professionalism.”– All Music Magazine, TaiwanTaiwan’s famed percussion ensemble makes their explosive debut at Esplanade, presenting an evening of powerful percussion, thrilling choreography and stunning virtuosity. This pulsating concert features specially commissioned works for percussive instruments by Taiwanese and French composers, bound to captivate music lovers.Well-known around the world for their innovative blend of East and West, traditional and contemporary, Ju Percussion Group is a theatrical music percussion group consisting of members who possess masterful virtuosity in playing Western percussion instruments as well as Chinese gong drum music, and other forms of Asian traditional music. The group has wowed audiences across the world with their dynamic musicality and showmanship at more than 3,000 performances in 31 countries to date, in venues such as the Barbican in London and the Wiener Konzerthaus in Vienna.Ju Tzong-Ching, founder and artistic director of the group, has played a significant role in enhancing the wide interest in percussion music in Taiwan in the last two decades. In 1992, he established the Ju Percussion Music School, the domestically developed educational system and the fastest channel to promote the percussive arts in Taiwan.
Huayi 华艺节 2018 I came at last to t...
Six roots of sensation Man on the move An infinite journeyTransgressing time and space Offering perspectives from the past, present and futureA blind man journeying from his hometown; a student who can communicate with machines; a young boy meeting a middle-aged Le Petit Prince; a woman desperate to replace a particular body part; a conductor returning home with his grandfather’s ashes; and a robotics engineer attempting to build a robot which understands Chinese sentiment.Six individuals in various stages of migration cross-paths, reflecting the multiple identities of the Chinese diaspora. Six stories reflect one journey, woven together as a meditation on the impact of displacement and the six roots of sensation in Buddhist philosophy.I came at last to the seas is an Esplanade commission directed by Kuo Jian Hong, starring talented actors including Joanna Dong and Sugie Phua from Singapore, Rosa Maria Velasco from Hong Kong and Ethan Wei from Taiwan, Fung Wai Hang and Wang Wei (both with the support of Hong Kong Repertory Theatre), as well as Kun Opera actor Zhao Yu Tao (with the support of Jiangsu Performing Arts Group, Kun Opera Theatre) and drummer Huang Yu-Ting (with the support of U-Theatre).
Huayi 华艺节 2018 Parent - Child Work...
Bring art and technology together with your child! Create your very own lion hand puppet with dramatic light-up eyes using unique LED circuit stickers, paper, felt and yarn. Singapore artist Yong Kah Kin guides you and your child on how to make your personalised puppet with electrical circuits to light your creation up.Yong Kah KinSingapore visual artist and curator Yong Kah Kin is young at heart and in soul. Drawn by the beauty of tranquillity of nature, his detailed and delicate works often stem from a deep appreciation of nature.ChibitronicsChibitronics makes electronic stickers, which let you create, craft and code technology through arts and crafts. Find out more about them at https://chibitronics.com/Advisory: Tickets must be purchased as an adult-child package.Recommended for children aged 6 to 10 years old with an accompanying parent/guardian. Accompanying adults must be above 16. No admission for ages below 6.Meeting Point: Theatre Studio entrance, Level 4, 15mins before start time.
Huayi 华艺节 2018 Parent – Child Work...
Get into the festive spirit with your child in this energetic workshop! Presented by the famous Ju Percussion Group (Taiwan), learn basic beats and movements of percussive instruments as you experience the variety of sounds with your child. An engaging workshop for parents and kids as they bond through fun activities!No prior drumming experience required.Advisory: Tickets must be purchased as an adult-child package. Recommended for children aged 6 to 11 years old with an accompanying parent/guardian. Accompanying adults must be above 16. No admission for ages below 6. Recommended to dress comfortably for the workshop.
Huayi 华艺节 2018 Parent-Child Worksh...
Paediatric tui na massage, a TCM therapy most effective for children six and below can be a simple and natural health and wellness method when done in the right way.Participants in this workshop get to learn the fundamental principles of paediatric massage used in wellness and healthcare, learning concepts such as distinguishing “cold” and “heat”, “deficiency” and “excess”, and how to locate common acupressure points on children. Under guidance of an instructor, parents learn how to identify on their child, common acupressure points on the head, all four limbs, stomach and back. They also get to learn massage techniques as well as how to care for common child ailments like coughs, heatiness, diarrhoea, and more.Advisory:Tickets must be purchased as an adult-child package.Recommended for children between 4 to 6 years old with an accompanying parent/guardian. Accompanying adults must be above 16. No admission for ages below 4. Recommended to dress comfortably in loose clothing for the workshop.It is also recommended that parents have their fingernails short and neat to minimise risk of discomfort during the session. Participants should not attend this workshop on an empty or a too-full stomach.Meeting Point: Theatre Studio entrance, Level 4, 15mins before start time.
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 and the orchestra’s former Composer-in-residence Law Wai Lun. The evening features established vocalists from China and Singapore as well as the 40-member Vocal Associates Festival Chorus, re-enacting classic songs and scenes from the film.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.
Huayi 华艺节 2018 The Dragon's Song 龙...
“[Guo Yazhi]’s melodious tremolo is highly expressive.”– The Washington PostA master of suona, together with established Western musicians, in a dazzling East-meets-West concert.Guo Yazhi, widely regarded as the best suona player in Asia, presents an exquisite evening of music with his fellow Berklee College of Music composer-musicians David Fiuczynski (guitar), Utar Artun (piano), Petar Krstajic (bass) and Jarrell Campbell (drums). The concert features original compositions and re-arrangements of popular favourites such as The Dragon’s Song, Beijing Blues, Dance of the Golden Snake, and Turkish Delights, showcasing their instrumental mastery, with Guo also featuring on other traditional Chinese wind instruments.Multi-instrumentalist Guo specialises in woodwinds and is also a music innovator. He graduated with distinction from the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, and has won many international awards including the Grand Prize at New York's International Pro Musicis Award (1998), and the Hong Kong Award for Best Artist (2012). He has performed with many orchestras around the world including Orchestra de la Suisse Switzerland, South Korea Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra, Belgium's Flanders Symphony Orchestra, Malaysia Chinese Orchestra, Singapore Chinese Orchestra, and National Chinese Orchestra of Taiwan.
Huayi 华艺节 2018 Why We Chat? 聊斋 Edw...
A theatrical presentation on modern relationships and ghost stories, inspired by the classical Chinese literary collection Liaozhai Zhiyi (Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio).A wise man once said, “True love is like ghosts—you hear of them a lot, but few are those who actually come across one”.In a room of an established hotel, a businessman is gripped with boredom. His room telephone rings and he answers. It is a woman claiming to be a fellow hotel guest, calling a random room out of boredom. The two lonely souls make a bet with each other: whomever is able to tell a story that piques the other’s interest, wins the reward of seeing the other. So begins a cat-and-mouse game of storytelling as they wander all over the hotel through their stories, chasing demons, ghosts and each other. As story after story unfolds, the line between reality and fiction blurs.Ten years ago, award-winning director and actress Sylvia Chang first met popular actor David Wang in the play Design for Living. In Why We Chat?, they meet again. But this time, what are they? Restless humans? Relentless ghosts? Shape-shifting fox spirits?Directed by award-winning director Edward Lam and written by the highly sought-after playwright-actress Wong Wing Sze, Why We Chat? lets us gaze deep into ourselves, and into each other.“These days, we have so many ways of communicating with each other, but have people become afraid of engaging in real conversations? We float through the day, and come alive only at night. We take what we want from each other, but we resist giving ourselves to others. We constantly battle our emotional needs with the physical realities of everyday life. Are we becoming less human and more like ghosts? What if the fox spirit truly exists, a being who can see our innermost wants and desires and is able to hold all these up to the light?”– Edward Lam
Huayi 华艺节 2018 in::music – Matzka:...
Wildly infectious and energetically free-spirited, Taiwanese reggae icon Matzka makes his Singapore debut at Huayi!Strongly influenced by the Taiwanese aboriginal music and language, and melded with elements of reggae, hip hop, jazz, folk, rock, and heavy metal, his songs often give voice to socio-political issues in his trademark tongue-in-cheek style.Matzka made his breakthrough with his band MATZKA when he won the Taiwan Composition and Songwriting Contest in 2008, quickly going on to gain popularity through word-of-mouth. They opened for Guns ‘n Roses in Taiwan, and went on to be named Best Band at the Golden Melody Awards in 2011 and at the Chinese Media Awards in 2013. Since going solo, Matzka has been nominated for Best Male Singer at the Golden Melody Awards in 2016, and has brought his music overseas to festivals in Shanghai, SXSW in the US and Glastonbury Festival in the UK.
Huayi 华艺节 2018 in::music – Miss Ko...
“Queen of Queens finds Miss Ko in fine form and ready to reclaim her throne.”– The Straits TimesAll hail the queen! Widely regarded as the queen of Mandarin hip hop, Miss Ko makes her Singapore debut at Huayi! Bask in the unabashed, fun vibes and groove to the highly infectious energy of her music in this livehouse experience.Growing up in Queens, New York, the Taiwanese-American Miss Ko was exposed to hip hop music and culture at a very young age. Miss Ko released her critically acclaimed debut album Knock Out in 2012, taking the Taiwanese public by storm, and in the same year won Best New Artist at the Golden Melody Awards, considered to be the Grammys of Taiwan.Known for her ability to rap fluently in English and Mandarin, she has performed at music festivals such as the CMJ Music Marathon, Glastonbury and at SXSW, and has collaborated with music bigwigs such as MC HotDog, Khalil Fong and A-Mei. She recently released her latest album Queen of Queens in 2016, and became the first-ever hip hop artist to be nominated for Best Female Artist at the Golden Melody Awards the following year. Miss Ko has created a sound and a signature style that is entirely her own, and is now recognised as a modern trailblazer for women.
Huayi 华艺节 2018 in::music – Xiao Qi...
Taiwanese singer Xiao Qiu first captivated fans in Singapore as one-half of popular indie music duo katncandix2, with hit songs such as Goodbye Prince, Circus Convention and 2375. Now, she returns as a solo artist ready to charm us all over again!Since katncandix2 went on hiatus in 2013, Xiao Qiu has been blazing new trails as a solo artist with several sold-out gigs under her belt, as well as winning over new fans as a stage and film actress in the musical Merry Christmas and the acclaimed musical film 52Hz, I Love You. Through this progress, she used her music to document the chapters of her journey, resulting in three EPs, and her long-awaited debut album in 2017, The Life of Stars.With her characteristically winsome voice, together with emotive, catchy music, Xiao Qiu makes her way to Singapore again to bid us, as her album’s first song goes, Long Time No See.
I Love 90s
The 90s? Bring It All Back to Singapore! Everybody Get Up! Time for some Bodyshakin'! The 90s are back with the 'I Love 90s' Tour! If you Never Had A Dream Come True, 10th March 2018 will surely be The Day You Find Love! Those who have lived through the wild and crazy days of the 90s will know exactly what to expect: a night full of fun, dancing and nostalgia celebrating the songs that defined a generation. Get ready for an amazing line-up of the 90's hottest acts - Superstar Boybands 911, 5ive, and S Club performing the hits that shaped the wackiest decade of our lives! Have You Ever forgotten the song that played when you asked your crush for his or her Private Number?! Flashback to the songs that gave you that Love Sensation with a special someone. Get ready to relive the songs that you partied with your friends When The Lights Go Out! With 3 idol hit-makers playing across the night, 'I Love 90s' promises over 2 hours of non-stop hits that will make you laugh, scream and cry. So Don't Stop Movin', come on The Journey with your friends, join in 2018's biggest 90s party this 10th March 2018, 8PM at The Star Theatre, The Star Performing Arts Centre. VIP ticket holders will be entitled to an exclusive Meet & Greet Session and a Group Photo Opportunity with 911 and S Club after the concert!
Inside Access Dining (Bangkok)
Inside Access Dining is an exciting chef’s table series which offers the opportunity to indulge in an intimate and bespoke culinary experience with other like-minded food connoisseurs while getting up close and personal with the Executive Chef at award-winning restaurants and other renowned hospitality establishments.Seats are limited and usually sold out quickly at these otherwise fully-booked restaurants, so do keep a lookout for upcoming collaborations.Exclusively for MasterCard cardholders only.
Just Frances - a Frances Lee concer...
Join Frances Lee for an evening of Jazz: with accomplished pianist Aaron Goh they present songs Frances has previously performed, but re-imagined as Jazz standards along with popular favourites by Cole Porter, Barbra Streisand, Ella Fitzgerald and many more.Well known as a musical theatre performer and a stage actress, Frances' first love has always been Jazz. She fell in love with Ella and Billie Holiday at an early age, and from there discovered the genius of Cole Porter, and naturally found her footing in a thriving theatre scene as a musical theatre performer.
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