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'ER HU MASTER' GEORGE GAO SIAN CHA...
Hailed as one of the most exciting, innovative and respected erhu masters today, the Gemini Award nominated erhu master George Gao began studying the erhu at the age of six, a few years later, he won First Prize at the Shanghai Junior Instrumental Soloist Competition and a Silver Medal at the China National Junior Instrumental Soloist Contest in 1982. In 1985, he swept the three highest prizes of the Beijing China National Invitational erhu Competition. In 1999, He won a Recognition Award for his appearance at the 13th World Festival for Young Students in Pyongyang, North Korea.George Gao studied at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.After winning the first prize in the Beijing National Erhu Competition, George Gao launched on a truly international performing career. He toured the US, Canada, France, Germany, Denmark, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China extensively and featured as a soloist with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, Taiwan National Chinese Orchestra, National Arts Center Symphony Orchestra, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and I Musici etc. George Gao has also performed many recitals, including appearances at the Glenn Gould Studio, the Royal Conservatory of Music (Toronto), City Hall Concert Hall (Hong Kong), and the National Concert Hall (Taipei). Billions of people around the world have watched him on CCTV, China's most watched TV station.George Gao is a hot session player, his erhu performance is frequently recorded by many world renowned composers, film, record producers. George is featured in the soundtrack for the popular science fiction television program Earth: Final Conflict, which has been nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music.An enthusiast of many musical styles, George organized the Beijing rock band Red Maple Leaf and the pop group Snowman. In Toronto, he collaborated with many world music artists including Jesse Cook, Donald Quan, Ron Korb and joined many world music ensembles such as Bowfire, Silk Orchestra, George Gao Ensemble and Memento. He has pioneered the development of new music for the erhu, fusing traditional Chinese music with jazz, Western Classical music, New Age, and other ethnic music from different world cultures.As a composer, George Gao has composed music for many films and documentaries. He co-composed with Brian Keane for Bill Moyer's Productions/Lenon Documentary 3 part documentary film Becoming American, the Chinese Experience. In 2006, George Gao has co-composed and recorded the sound tracks for the Oscar winning short documentary The Blood of Yingzhou District. In 2010, The Warriors of Qiugang, another short documentary which George Gao has co-composed and recorded, has nominated by an Oscar again. George Gao is also a songwriter who has a few hit songs in China. He has written many erhu works including Capriccio for Erhu, which was designated as compulsory work for the final round of the 2002 International Dragon Cup Erhu Competition and Erhu Capriccio No. 2 - Mongolian Fantasy, which was designated as compulsory work for the final round of the 2008 Shanghai Spring Festival International Erhu Competition and 2011 Taipei Chinese Instrumental Competition for Erhu.
100 Million Mani Recitation Retreat...
THE 18TH 100 MILLION MANI RECITATION RETREATInspiring Lives:In The Light Of Great CompassionThe Singapore 100 Million Mani Recitation Retreat was initiated by the late H.E. Drubwang Rinpoche of the Drikung Kagyu lineage in the year 2001. Since then, more than 10,000 people have participated in this auspicious retreat. The 18th Mani Retreat will be led by His Eminence Thritsab Rinpoche and the Drikung Kagyu Lamas.ABOUT THIS MANI RETREAT PRACTICEParticipants will gather to recite the six syllabus mantra OM MANI PADME HUNG, which is the heart mantra of Avalokiteshvara (Guan Yin) Bodhisattva. Through the power of the mantra and individual’s effort, one will begin to uncover the excellent qualities of Avalokiteshvara from within oneself. By purifying one’s body, speech and mind, one may experience inner peace, compassion and wisdom.It is taught that the merit of reciting even one OM MANI PADME HUNG is inconceivable. Doing this practice will help to close the doors of the six realms of cyclic existence. Sentient beings will gradually be free from sufferings, gain rebirth in the Buddha’s pureland and eventually attain full Enlightenment.As this is a group practice, the merits individual participant receive is equivalent to the vast merits of reciting 100 million Mani mantras, accumulated by the entire group upon accomplishing the full retreat.
10th Anniversary Concert 2018
Celebrate with us ! At our 10th anniversary concert , on Sunday 11th November, 2018. An afternoon of spectacular Music and Dance. Presented by our Teachers & Students.
2018 Singapore Lyric Opera - ASEAN ...
Organised by the Singapore Lyric Opera (SLO), the SLO-ASEAN Vocal Competition was first established in 2016 and was the first of its kind in Singapore and the region. This year, there are SGD $30,000 worth of prizes to be won! Participants can join one of five categories:Professional category: 18-35 years oldOpen category: 16 years old and aboveSenior category: 50 years old and aboveJunior primary category: 7-11 years oldJunior secondary category: 12-15 years oldThe Competition’s aim is to promote Western Opera across all facets of the community within the region by providing a platform to facilitate cultural exchanges through music, as well as recognising and rewarding aspiring musical talents of all ages. So, grab a ticket and support your local and regional talents today!
29th Singapore International Film F...
The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) returns for its 29th edition from 28 November to 9 December 2018. As the largest and longest-running international film platform in Southeast Asia, SGIFF celebrates the stories of Asia, Southeast Asia and the world as told through the art of film and the experience of cinema.With a focus on groundbreaking Asian cinema, SGIFF is known for its dynamic film programming and commitment to nurturing and championing local and regional talent. Its competition component, the Silver Screen Awards, brings together emerging filmmakers from Asia and Southeast Asia while paying tribute to acclaimed cinema legends.Through film screenings, masterclasses, talks and post-show discussions with attending filmmakers, audiences can look forward to discovering universal themes, untold stories and independent cinema in the work of internationally acclaimed directors and Asia’s most promising filmmakers.Its 29th edition will screen over 100 feature and short films from 44 countries, across nine sections – Opening, Special Presentation, Silver Screen Awards, Singapore Panorama, Asian Vision, Cinema Today, Midnight Mayhem, Classics and Focus.The Festival will take place at multiple screening venues including Capitol Theatre, National Museum of Singapore, National Gallery Singapore, The Cathay, and Filmgarde Bugis+.All information correct as at print time. The festival organiser reserves the right to alter or change the programme and schedule. Please visit sgiff.com for festival updates.
6th WBAS Youth Band Festival Concer...
The finale concert of the 6th WBAS Youth Band Festival showcases young musicians ranging from primary schools to tertiary institutions. Handpicked via auditions prior to the Festival, these outstanding young talents experience a week of music making in a dynamic and exciting setting where they are mentored by professional musicians and are led by conductors Mr Tay Kai Tze, Mr Adrian Chiang and Mr Masanori Fukuda from Japan.Programme for the evening range from classics such as Music for a Festival, Peterloo Overture, Song without Words, Prokofiev's March to all-time favourite pops Japanese Graffiti XII and Latin Gold.Special appearance by the faculty ensemble performing Persichetti Serenade No. 1.
A $ingapore Carol
This holiday season, W!LD RICE brings you its heartwarming, hilarious take on Charles Dickens’ classic tale about love, compassion and the spirit of giving!S.K. Loo’s All-In-One app has made him the richest businessman in town. To him, only money matters. Kindness? Forget it. Generosity? Never heard of it. And Christmas? #BAHHUMBUG!He’s determined to spend Christmas as he always has – holed up in his penthouse, dreaming of hostile takeovers and retrenching staff.But this Christmas is going to be very different. Three very unexpected spirits appear to scare the Scrooge out of S.K. Loo.Will he survive being haunted by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet-To-Be? Can the three spirits withstand his acid tongue and icy meanness? And can the true meaning of Christmas thaw his frozen heart?Directed by Hossan Leong, the year’s most eagerly anticipated musical extravaganza features a cheeky script by Jonathan Lim and a magical score by Elaine Chan. As the miserly S.K. Loo, Sebastian Tan (a.k.a. Broadway Beng) leads a stellar cast that includes Siti Khalijah Zainal, Audrey Luo, Candice de Rozario, Fauzie Laily and the fabulous First Stage Kids!Don’t miss A $ingapore Carol – a brand-new musical for the entire family about the true spirit(s) of Christmas!
A Mass for Peace
PROGRAMMEKARL JENKINSThe Armed Man: A Mass for PeaceMARK HAYESWhat Sweeter Music: Festival of CarolsComposed by Karl Jenkins in 2000, The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace is a moving work of tremendous breadth and soaring drama. Based on one of the most popular tunes of the 15th century, L'Homme Armé, Jenkins weaves in musical and literary elements from various cultures ancient and modern to create a poignant message of world peace.In What Sweeter Music, Mark Hayes presents an ingenious arrangement of classic carols and original compositions for chorus, piano and orchestra. Together, the songs form a seamless medley that tells the traditional Christmas story faithfully and affectionately.FEATURINGKhor Ai Ming, conductorEsther Maureen Kelly, sopranoVocal Associates Festival ChorusVocal Associates Festival Children’s ChoirVocal Associates Festival Youth Choir
A Night with the Dynamic Duo
A night with the award-winning dynamic duo Kion Chew (10) & Ryan Phuan (11). Be entertained with complete Bach 2-part Inventions to the complete Tchaikovsky The Seasons; as well as the works of Haydn, Mozart, Kabalevsky, Chopin as well as four-hands piano duet pieces from Mozart’s Papageno from The Magic Flute; and Faure’s Dolly Suite.Dynamic DuoKion and Ryan started collaborating as duet partners in 2015. They have since won numerous awards and invited to perform as a duo in cities such as Paris, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Moscow. In 2017, both of them were invited to participate in the XVI Vladimir Spivakov Moscow Meet Friends International Festival and they performed at the Museum of Russian Impressionism and The Bosendorfer Loft. They participated in ChildAid 2017 in Singapore; and were invited to the launch of the Singapore Rhapsodies at National Museum of Singapore in June 2017; as well as the Grand Opening of the Steinway Gallery Singapore at ION Orchard in October 2017.
ART STAGE Singapore 2019 Edition
Held from 25 – 27 January 2019 at Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre Level B2, ART STAGE Singapore 2019 continues to stand for the dynamism of Singapore’s art scene and support Singapore Art Week. Anchored in this year’s new direction – I AM ART. Art reflects life. Life is mine, yours, ours. – the 2019 Edition offers the centre stage for artists, galleries, curators, museums and collectors in their expressions of art through curated gallery presentations; independent art spaces-led projects; public projects by ART STAGE; and the inaugural reveal of the private collections of 20 top collectors from Singapore and Southeast Asia, including commissioned projects and artworks which were presented and acquired in the past eight Fair editions. For more information, please visit www.artstage.com.Click Here For MICE Convention Centre Conditions of Entry
Alex in Wonderland - A Musical Stan...
After a super successful SOLD OUT run across India, Malaysia, United Kingdom and a houseful 25 city tour of USA, Alex in Wonderland is now back in Singapore with his smash hit show Alex in Wonderland! Don’t miss this globe-trotting musical standup show that has been getting rave reviews!Alex takes you into an hour of holistic humor and convinces that this world is indeed a wonderful place. In case you are not convinced, you will walk away with a tip or two to make it a wonderland.This is Alex’s first full hour solo stand-up show. This full length English show is mostly in Tamil and vice versa. Being a passionate music lover, Alex steals every other opportunity to sing and/or play his musical instruments and lets the music play the jokes and vice versa. This is one show you will want to take your parents along and vice versa. Yes, the show is clean and is 7+.Gear up for the unique, humorously musical, musically humorous, English show mostly in Tamil, a Tamil show that will engage all you urban English loving people, by sing-up comic Alexander Babu’s standup comedy show: Alex in Wonderland, a stand-up concert!
Alter Ego, Bar and Restaurant
Alter Ego is the second self of A Poke Theory, dishing out Hawaiian poke bowls by day, craft beer & unapologetically sinful bar grub by night. Situated on Esplanade's waterfront, it's a sweet spot to knock back IPAs under the stars, to an unrivalled view of the Marina Bay. Edgy, underground and an easy go-to for a day's brunch or night's post-work drinks – unleash your alter ego in an uninterrupted space.Ongoing promotions:All Day $5 Gin & Tonics$5 Bottled Beers$6 House pour wines$9.90 Pints
An Intimate Evening with Rachael Y...
"Along with the bad-assery, Yamagata brings a world-weary passion to her singing. Her voice is a soul-baring, sultry instrument that commands center stage at all times. She has that deliberate, I’ll-sing-the-note-when-I’m-ready pacing that helped make Amy Winehouse great, and before her Billie Holliday.” Associated Press“Highly successful indie artist” Forbes“Upbeat and orchestrally ornamented” Rolling Stone“The singer-songwriter unveils a dark fire burning within her obstinate self.” Paste"Yamagata’s new release is a career triumph. She did it her way, bringing to life the sound and songs that once only lived inside her head.” Electronic Musician“Some singer/songwriters wear their hearts on their sleeves. Some of them also make sure they’re dripping with blood. Case in point: the ultra-emotive singer/pianist Rachael Yamagata.” Digital Trends“Rachael Yamagata is a commanding presence to witness. She possesses a deep, powerful voice and a calming confidence that translates to seething, intense performances.” Audiotree"The writer’s newfound devotion to experimental soundscapes never gets in the way of just how damn listenable these songs are” **** - The Arts Desk"classy soul-baring pastorals from upstate New Yorker… a sonically rich experience that repays closer listening… Yamagata’s voice is superb at evoking languid heartache… This is an album of immersive and emotive pleasures’. UncutRachael Yamagata returns to Singapore this fall with a new EP ‘Porch Songs’ and an intimate show that will feature her love stricken ballads in their best light – performed one on one for the audience. She finished her successful ‘Song. Stories. Solo.’ tour in the U.S. and is excited to bring this concept to her fans who have yet to experience this kind of performance from her. She will be joined on stage for particular moments by a special guest and will add a new video component to the show that reveals a taste of her home life and travels to make the show even more intimate. Yamagata has quite a connection to her Singaporean fans and still holds the record for the longest after show signing at the Esplanade (3hrs). Along with multiple Esplanade shows she also performed at the Neon Lights festival in 2015.Well known to an international audience for her songs ‘Be Be Your Love’, ‘Dealbreaker’, ‘Duet’ and ‘You Won’t Let Me’, many from her catalogue have also been featured in television and film: Altman, Hope Springs, Prime, Monster-in-Law, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, How I Met Your Mother and Greys Anatomy to name a few.Past releases include Tightrope Walker and Acoustic Happenstance (2016), Heavyweight (2012), Chesapeake (2011), Elephants (2008) and Happenstance (2004).Career highlights include performing for President Obama, reaching #1 in Australia with ‘You Won’t Let Me’ (The Voice), performing at Carnegie Hall and Madison Square Garden, appearing on Jay Leno, Conan O’Brian, Carson Daly, 30 Rock, One Life to Live, The O.C., 30 Rock and in the film ‘To Write Love on Her Arms’. Yamagata has also collaborated with artists Jungman Kim and Gregory Colbert and her touring partners have included Ryan Adams, David Gray, Ray LaMontagne, Sara Bareilles, Jason Mraz, Amos Lee, Liz Phair and more.Last but not least, travelling with her to Singapore will be Mr John Justin Alagia (Guitarist) is a three-time Grammy-nominated, American record producer, composer, mixer and
An Italian Extravaganza
Maestro Enrico Onofri leads re:Sound in a spectacular musical journey with works by Italian masters Dario Castello, Arcangelo Corelli, Antonio Vivaldi, Luigi Boccherini, Gioachino Rossini and Ottorino Respighi.There will also be special performances of Vivaldi's “Winter” featuring Chloe Chua, co-winner of the 2018 Menuhin Competition (Junior Division).Main Concert - 8.15pmYoung Persons’ Matinee Concert - 5.00pm (1 hour)Entry to the Young Persons' Matinee is limited to persons 14 years old and below and accompanying adults.
Anuar Zain 'Cinta Takkan Berakhir' ...
An intimate night of Malay Music Extravaganza not to be missed! Be mesmerized by the Royalty of the Malay music scene, Anuar Zain this 26 October 2018, 8.30pm at the Star Theatre! Following the overwhelming success to his critically acclaimed concert in 2015, the multi-award winning Malaysian crooner finally returns with a brand new show, specially just for the fans in Singapore! Most recently crowned the Best Male Artiste at the regional Anugerah Planet Muzik Awards 2017, Anuar Zain is best known for his soulful renditions of emotional ballads and enigmatic persona. An extraordinary performer in the region, his popularity and creative standing in the music scene remain undisputed since breaking out in the music scene at the tender age of 13 years old. His illustrious music career spans over more than three decades he has been conferred with countless music accolades such as the Anugerah Industri Muzik awards, Anugerah Juara Lagu awards and Anugerah Planet Muzik awards. The icons remarkable vocals and music talents have placed him in a league above the rest and cemented his status as one of the regions most in-demand artiste, with a base of strong and loyal fans from all over the world. Be enchanted as he serenades you with a medley of his new songs as well as popular mega hits such as "Lelaki Ini", "Sedetik Lebih", "Sempurnakan Aku", "Bila Resah", "Andainya Takdir" and more... a promise of an unforgettable evening!
ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay San...
The world's first ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands is the Museum of Creativity, where the creative processes at the heart of art and science and their role in shaping society are explored.Featuring 21 gallery spaces totaling 50,000 square feet, the boldly iconic lotus-inspired ArtScience Museum is also the premier venue for major international touring exhibitions from the most renowned collections in the world.Click her for Full SynopsisTicket advisory:For Group Sales and School Group enquiries: Please email firstname.lastname@example.orgIMPORTANT NOTICETickets at the Singapore residents price are available at Marina Bay Sands box offices and SISTIC outlets. A valid identity card has to be presented for each admission ticket at the point of purchase. Random checks will be done at the point of entry; visitors who are unable to produce proof of eligibility will be required to upgrade to standard full price ticketsClick Here For ArtScience Museum Conditions of Entry
Asian Civilisations Museum Admissio...
Asian Civilisations MuseumLocated by the historic Singapore River, the Asian Civilisations Museum traces the cultural roots of Singaporeans. It features a diverse collection from Southeast Asia, South Asia, China and West Asia. The first museum in the region with a focus on Asian cultures, the ACM also presents a programme of changing special exhibitions throughout the year.
Braddell Heights Symphony Orchestra...
Following the critically acclaimed 2017 Homage concert, Cultural Medallion recipient Tsung Yeh returns to lead the Braddell Heights Symphony Orchestra in Yellow River Cantata, now also in his newly appointed role as the orchestra’s artistic advisor.A celebration of music that will undoubtedly stir the soul in its nationalistic fervour—the centrepiece of the programme will be the Yellow River Cantata by Chinese composer Xian Xinghai. An epic work scored for a large orchestra with additional Chinese instruments, a narrator, soloists and a choir, this modern choral masterpiece was inspired by a patriotic poem by Guang Weiran and conceived as an ode to the great river that is the wellspring of Chinese civilisation.Just like the Yellow River Cantata, both Romanian Rhapsody No. 1 by George Enescu, which contains elements of gypsy music and vivid Romanian rhythms, and Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture, a festival overture celebrating and commemorating the successful Russian defence against the advancing French army, displays their love and pride for their country. To round off the concert, the orchestra presents a piece by Singapore composer and Cultural Medallion recipient Phoon Yew Tien.Tsung Yeh, conductorJessica Chen, sopranoKee Loi Seng, tenorJonathan Charles Tay, tenorSun Zhao Rui, baritoneJohnny Ng, narratorCai You Gui, pipaDerrick Wong Wai Kit, san xianProgrammePhoon Yew Tien On The High SeasGeorge EnescuRomanian Rhapsody No. 1 in A Major. Op. 11Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture, Op. 49Xian Xinghai Yellow River Cantata 黄河大合唱Performed in Mandarin.
Cai Qin 经典琴歌 蔡琴2019 新加坡演唱会
万人瞩目的台湾金嗓天后蔡琴又回来了！"经典琴歌"2019新加坡演唱会即将于2019年1月19日，晚上8点，在星宇表演艺术中心 The Star Theatre 举行。 继2015年的「好预兆」和2017年的「百万精华」的演唱会，「经典琴歌」 2019 想必也会让歌迷有所期待。蔡琴在这次的「经典琴歌」演唱会将会献唱1940到2000年的经典歌曲，为了带给新加坡观众们一晚最有新意的经典以及最温馨的歌声与回忆。当中的经典歌曲就包括了《你的眼神》,《被遗忘的时光》,《夜上海》、《新不了情》、《绿岛小夜曲》、《何日君再来》、《月亮代表我的心》等。「经典琴歌」演唱会已经巡经了温哥华、马来西亚云顶，澳洲黄金海岸，中国广州，下一站就是新加坡的星宇表演艺术中心。 观众都说:"她的歌就像一杯岁月的美酒，越是久远，越是香醇。" 要听经典歌曲，非蔡琴莫属!
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