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SSO GIFT CERTIFICATES
Celebrate special occasions and give the gift of music and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra to your loved ones. Whether you are a fan of Bach or Beethoven, a film music enthusiast, first-time concertgoers, or looking for family entertainment, there is something for everyone with over 50 concerts every season. Gift certificates are available in denominations of $50 or $100.
Couple's Perfume Workshop
Make a perfect gift and have fun doing so.Guess your partner's personality and bottle it or create your own signature scent.Each person makes and takes home 105ml of custom perfume - 3 travel-size sample and 1 hand-polished crystal bottle. Read reviews and find out more at www.Perfumeworkshop.comA couple would require to purchase two tickets.
Friend of Practice Programme
Be a Friend of Practice, Be a Part of Singapore TheatreFor more information, please visit http://www.practice.org.sg/en/supportus/be-a-donor/The Theatre Practice (TTP) is the longest-standing professional bilingual theatre group in Singapore. In 1965, theatre doyen Kuo Pao Kun and dancer/choreographer Goh Lay Kuan founded Singapore Performing Arts School, The Theatre Practice’s earliest incarnation.As a non-profit arts institution, The Theatre Practice is proud to have countless friends and partners who journeyed with us along the way for more than five decades, sharing our passion for meaningful and quality theatre.It is only with your generous support that we are able to forge ahead with the greatest confidence. Your contribution, big or small, will definitely make a difference.And through our Friend of Practice programme, we intend to recognise your donation in a more meaningful way!For more information, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mosaic Music Series SALES (USA)
Florida indie pop duo SALES makes their Singapore debut at the Esplanade Annexe Studio!A collaboration between longtime friends Lauren Morgan and Jordan Shih, SALES were named “Ones to Watch” by Hype Machine when they released their debut EP featuring the single Chinese New Year. The duo’s music is described as minimal, yet meticulously crafted, emotive and incisive. With over 7 million streams on Spotify and sold-out concerts in major cities across the US and Europe, SALES brings their distinct sound to Singapore for the first time.
Octoburst! 2019 Tailor Made by ...
On a morning just like any other, a little tailor gets a note. It reads: “Your mission is to sew a coat by midnight. The size does not matter, but it must fit perfectly…”At precisely midnight the tailor completes his mission, but then…Where is the sewing machine running off to? Why are the scissors wearing a skirt? What has the thimble turned into?Come join in the magical adventure of the tailor.A play with minimal dialogue, puppetry, unexpected objects, colourful textiles and music.Awards* Interdisciplinary Play of the Year and Puppet & Prop Design Award in the AssitejIsrael prize competition for children’s theater 2014* Best performance for children, The IVth World Puppet Carnival, Almaty, Kazakhstan 2015Creative TeamCreated by Ornan BraierAdaptation, design, music and manipulation: Ornan BraierArtistic supervision: Marit Ben-IsraelCostume and fabric design: Vali MintziPuppet design: Sharon Silver-MerrettLighting design: Shahar MaromMechanical constructions: Shaul Mograbi-Berger, Ornan BraierCover Illustration: Batia KoltonSupported by the Embassy of Israel in Singapore.
Moonfest 艺满中秋 2019 Parent-Child W...
Come learn more about Chinese shadow puppetry at this hands-on workshop conducted by the puppeteers of the Taishan Shadow Puppet Art Troupe. Participants will discover the rich history behind the art form and make your very own shadow puppet to bring home after the session!About Taishan Shadow Puppet Art TroupeTaishan Shadow Puppet Art Troupe is a professional group that specialises in shadow puppetry. The performers learn the art of shadow puppetry under the tutelage of Master Fan Zheng An, a sixth-generation practitioner of Taishan shadow puppetry. The group has taught shadow puppetry to more than 30,000 primary school students from all over China. In 2018, the group created a modern shadow puppet play based on the movie Bumblebee under the invitation of Tencent. The group has also followed Master Fan to perform in various countries including the US, Europe, Australia, Africa and South Korea.Advisory: Recommended for children ages 6 to 10 with an accompanying parent/guardian. Accompanying adults must be above 16. No admission for ages below 5.
Moonfest 艺满中秋 2019 Parent-Child W...
Discover the colourful traditional performing art of xiqu (Chinese Opera) with your child! Learn about the different acting roles, symbolic gestures, and the iconic make-up and props in this interactive workshop.About Traditional Arts Centre (Singapore)Established in 2012 by Cai Bi Xia, the Traditional Arts Centre (Singapore) is a resource and training centre for xiqu (Chinese Opera). Its mission is to promote xiqu locally and internationally with a focus on young people, as well as to raise the artistic standards of xiqu performance in Singapore. It conducts and organises courses, performances, talks and workshops at more than 100 primary and secondary schools, as well as community clubs.Advisory: Recommended for children ages 6 to 10 with an accompanying parent/guardian. Accompanying adults must be above 16. No admission for ages below 5.
da:ns festival 2019 Forward Shift...
Forward Shift is a new platform focused on new creations by Asian dancemakers who are pushing dance forward in their respective forms or communities. Each choreographer will perform a complete scene from a work they are currently creating, which aims to eventually become a full-length production in the future. As an audience member you will be able to watch these performances which are fresh from the rehearsal studio, and experience a range of artistic practices and ideas from the strongest dance artists in our region in one evening, as well as offer support or feedback.What She SaidRaka Maitra and Dharma20mins This is the premiere pairing of Raka Maitra, a choreographer bridging classical Indian and contemporary dance, and Dharma, an experimental musician from the band The Observatory. This dialogue of movement and sound is based on the classical Tamil poetry from the book The Interior Landscape by AK Ramanujan and examines the fundamental distinction between the intense interior subjectivity of the soul and the vast visible exterior objectivity of nature. Performed by Sandhya Suresh and Dharma.The Intervention of Loneliness Ming Poon30minsThe work is a response to the loneliness and human disconnection we are experiencing today. Developed from the work Dance with Me where Ming Poon travelled around the world asking strangers on the streets to slow dance with him, this new stage work is a collaborative piece that invites the audience to enter into a serendipitous moment of intimacy with each other. In this work, Ming explores the potential of vulnerability and intimacy as tools of empowerment. Dancing becomes a shared act between two bodies as they reach out, make contact, listen to and hold each other. And from it, a spontaneous choreography emerges.No. 60 Pichet Klunchun30minsThe impulse of Pichet Klunchun’s choreographic practice is searching and negotiating freedom from the regime of tradition. In the new duet No. 60, Pichet astutely examines and illuminates upon the classic Thai dance canon of Theppanom which consists of 59 core poses and movements that all Thai dancers need to master. Pichet speculates on what could come after: not a tangible dance movement or physical routine but a set of new philosophy and principles that undergird the classical dance system. Such a critical toolbox enables every ordinary dancer the liberty of thought and body to create his/her own individual movements. Accompanied by live music from DJ Rory from Australia, Pichet and dancer Kornkarn bring us on an exuberant journey that hails the moving body freed of ideological impositions and reveals its corporeal passage from court culture to folk vernacular, and the global present.
Spectrum 2019 After Hours: Steve ...
Classical music isn’t only for the concert hall—come experience Steve Reich’s works delivered in full urban flair at Esplanade’s latest flexible performance space.Hear OpusNovus present Steve Reich’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Double Sextet, and London Sinfonietta’s principal clarinettist Mark van de Wiel perform the dynamic New York Counterpoint as well as the tight interlockings in Clapping Music. Multidisciplinary artist Theemptybluesky will also be presenting bold electronic music sets, accompanied by visual projections designed by Ryan Benjamin Lee.ProgrammeSteve Reich New York Counterpoint (1985) *Steve Reich Clapping Music (1972) **Steve Reich Double Sextet (2007) ***with opening and closing electronic music sets by Theemptybluesky and visual projections designed by Ryan Benjamin Lee* Performed by Mark van de Wiel, principal clarinettist of London Sinfonietta** Performed by musicians from OpusNovus and London Sinfonietta*** Performed by OpusNovusCatch London Sinfonietta: Schnee at the Concert Hall prior.
Always Question. Always WonderJoin us for a brand-new theatre experience by Singapore Repertory Theatre, where audiences roam KidsSTOP™ at Science Centre Singapore, to be immersed in unforgettable STEM learning experience.Madame Curie, the KidsSTOP™ Cat, has been 'catnapped' by the grouchy inventor Dr FeelBad, whose mission is to make everyone feel bad, always. Recruited by the familiar KidsSTOP™ mascots, Jo and Win, join the adventure, spurred on by Madame Curie’s advice to "Always question. Always wonder”. Venturing by rocket, train and even dinosaur, they set on a rescue mission to bring Madame Curie home and get to the bottom of why Dr FeelBad feels so bad. Audiences are immersed in this performance by wearing headsets as they walk about from scene to scene guided by actors. Experience a story that helps children (and adults) understand emotions and get hands on with science experiments in the Splashes of Emotions workshop which takes place after the performance. The workshop explores different mystery liquids and colours and the emotions they represent.
An Evening with Devin Townsend
LAMC Productions is thrilled to announce that heavy music virtuoso, Devin Townsend, will make his much-anticipated debut performance in Singapore on 18 September, 2019, at Gateway Theatre, Black Box!The 'An Evening With Devin Townsend' features a selection of Townsend’s tracks from throughout his career, along with a Q&A session where fans will be able to ask him questions about his career and new album ’Empath’.Townsend stated on his site, “The past decade of relentless touring with DTP had been something that caught up with me in a big way, and as a result I felt I needed tostep back from that world and analyze myself and make this music before stepping onto a stage again."“The time has come however for me to take the next step in my career, and when asked about how I would like to do so, I decided the first thing I would do was a very intimate run of shows that allows me to play my music stripped back to just me and a guitar”, he added. Pertaining to his shows, Townsend said, “The shows are at nice venues, and include a spoken word element with questions from the audience as well as aspects of my entire career represented in this one show.”“Before I tour with a band again, I wanted to have the opportunity to play for you, and meet up with the people who not only have made my work possible, but inspire meto continue. In a world of computers and social media, to be stripped of all the bells and whistles is a very important step for my reintroduction to the live concert world. I truly hope you'll join me and I look forward to being the most honest I can be with you at these special shows.”Don’t miss Devin Townsend's intimate acoustic performance!
My Songs 7 那些年的歌7
My Songs 7 那些年的歌7 concert brings together Taiwanese popular singers Zeng Shu Qin曾淑勤, Shi Xiao Rong 施孝荣, Nan Fang Duo 南方二重唱, Wang Meng Lin王梦麟 and Yin Zheng Yang殷正洋in Singapore as they belt out all their mandarin hit songs such as 鲁冰花, 不再等待天堂, 客途秋恨, 爱情外的路人, 归人沙城, 拜访春天, 赤壁赋, 侠客, 红豆词2000, 不告而别, 相知相守, 细说往事, 雨中即景, 阿美阿美, 木棉道, 庙会, 街灯, 雨中的歉意, 情深缘浅, 世界的钟that will definitely take you back in time.Mark the date on your calendar and get ready to get up close and personal with these singers for a reminiscent night of great songs and wonderful memories.
葉麗儀辉煌50th演唱会 Frances Yip Glorious 5...
Cantopop diva Frances Yip will return to Singapore performing for a one-night only concert that will bring her audiences down memory lane with her all-time favourite hit songs such as《上海滩》、《万般情》、《上海滩龙虎斗》、《红颜》、《愿你待我真的好》、《女黑侠木兰花》、《笑傲江湖》and more. This concert also marks her 50th years in show business.Frances Yip was discovered at the Sharp’s Night Four Lights Competition on Hong Kong television in 1969. She began her career singing commercial jingles, and recorded her first album, Love without End, the same year. In 1973, she was named Ambassador of Hong Kong for Cathay Pacific and the Hong Kong Tourism Board. She was then signed by EMI Records, and went on to record over 80 albums in a career that spanned almost half a century.She was also known for her versatility, being able to sing in a variety of languages including Cantonese, Mandarin, English, Japanese, Malay, and Thai. At the Hong Kong sovereignty transfer ceremony in 1997, she was the face of the nation, serving as co-presenter.She achieved another milestone in her career in 1998 when she had two sold-out concerts at the Hong Kong Coliseum, backed by the 92-piece Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.Frances Yip had released more than 80 albums so far, with songs mostly in Cantonese, Mandarin and English as well as in Thai, Malay, Spanish and Japanese. She is best known for performing theme songs for Hong Kong TVB television drama series in the 1980s and early 1990s.MARK your calendar for the Frances Yip Glorious 50th Anniversary Concert 葉麗儀辉煌50th 演唱会which will take place at the Esplanade Concert Hall on 9 November 2019.
Mosaic Music Series boy pablo
Prepare yourselves for an evening filled with joy, sweat and world-class indie pop rock as boy pablo makes his Esplanade Concert Hall debut.Following the massive success of his 2018 EP Soy Pablo and a 2019 filled with festivals like Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Primavera, the Norwegian bedroom pop artist turned global indie pop success boy pablo returns to Southeast Asia, performing at select major cities in November 2019. With 13 Asian dates selling out fast last year, this is one of boy pablo's most anticipated tours yet.
The TENG Ensemble Presents Heirlo...
In 2016, The TENG Ensemble began a research process into the music of Singapore’s early Chinese migrants. Interviewing, documenting and learning from a community of first-generation masters, luthiers, instrument dealers and protégés from the local Cantonese, Hokkien, Teochew and Hakka music traditions, Heirlooms marks the performance highlight of a project that has been four years in the making.Through modern reinterpretations of our diverse dialect music traditions, the concert will premiere a repertoire of eight commissioned works and will feature instruments found only in these folk ensembles. In Heirlooms, The TENG Ensemble will celebrate our unsung musical pioneers and reimagine the sounds that were carried in the hearts of our Chinese forefathers.This concert is organised in support of the Singapore Bicentennial.
Spectrum 2019 London Sinfonietta:...
“The Sinfonietta blended rigour with the expressive depth in Hans Abrahamsen’s Schnee." – The GuardianFrom the delicacy of a single snowflake, whispering as it falls from the sky, to vast, impenetrable snowdrifts and snow-laden landscapes—the London Sinfonietta returns to the Esplanade Concert Hall with the Singapore premiere of Hans Abrahamsen’s monumental and ethereal masterpiece, Schnee.The ensemble will also present the late Oliver Knussen’s inventive Songs Without Voices as a tribute to the esteemed composer-conductor, as well as Singapore composer Diana Soh’s Modicum, which will be performed together with Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music’s OpusNovus.ProgrammeDiana Soh Modicum (2019) **Oliver Knussen Songs Without Voices (1992)IntermissionHans Abrahamsen Schnee (2008)** Performed by London Sinfonietta together with OpusNovusCatch After Hours: Steve Reich’s Double Sextet by OpusNovus at the Annexe Studio right after.London Sinfonietta YouTubeLondon Sinfonietta SpotifyLondon Sinfonietta InstagramLondon Sinfonietta Twitter
OMM: Die Walküre
Richard Wagner – Die Walküre (The Valkyrie)Destiny awaits a pair of young lovers and their Valkyrie protector, as their forbidden love threatens to thwart Wotan, the King of the Gods’ master plan to combat the forces of evil. Searing passion and radiant ecstasy are met with moments of exquisite beauty in Wagner’s masterful score, as the cosmic drama speeds towards its inevitable conclusion. Bringing together Valkyries and their flying horses, a magic sword and the ring of power, the Orchestra of the Music Makers presents the long overdue Singapore premiere of Richard Wagner’s Die Walküre (The Valkyrie). Together with director Edith Podesta, conductor Chan Tze Law and a cast of major international singers, you will be transported to a mythic world where cosmic might meets earthly humanity. Creative Team: Chan Tze Law, conductorEdith Podesta, directorCast: Bryan Register (Siegmund)Lee Bisset (Sieglinde)Daniel Sumegi (Hunding)Warwick Fyfe (Wotan)Alwyn Mellor (Brunnhilde)Caitlin Hulcup (Fricka)Elizabeth Atherton (Gerhilde)Janani Sridhar (Ortlinde)Kiandra Howarth (Helmwige)Sharon Prero (Siegrune)Jade Tan Shi Yu (Waltraute)Cassandra Seidemann (Roßweiße)Fiona Campbell (Grimgerde)Dominica Matthews (Schwertleite)
Echo of a Millennium: Singapore
A thousand years in the making, Nidaros Cathedral Men and Boys Choir from Norway brings to audiences the angelic voices of boy trebles combined with the mature sound of the men’s group. First appeared in 1030AD, this choir is uniquely Norwegian and yet is now a global voice for the classical choral repertoires. From Gregorian chant to Dvořák’s Mass in D Major performed with orchestra, this concert will let audiences leave the evening with sweet memories of the heavenly music.Norway is a country surrounded by magnificent unspoiled nature. From the freshness of the fjords to the energies of the mountains, it is in this wonderful environment that our singers learn to bring the gentle sound of the choir to the thundering roar of the deep voices. Trained from as young as 6 years old, our singers stay with the choir and continue to sing in the men’s group. Our youngest singer on this tour is 10 and the oldest is 74 years young. The boys are selected from 16 different schools and the whole choir commits to 4 rehearsals per week, in rain, shine, or snow.A concert not to be missed. Performed with re:Sound Collective Orchestra and four glorious soloists. A feast for the senses and a great family time spent together.Tickets sales begins on 1 July 2019 with 50% Early Bird Discounts for our Members. Sign up today at https://www.LichaStelaus.com and enjoy the benefits and surprises.
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
WILD RICE @ FUNAN GRAND OPENING SEA...
Emily of Emerald HillIvan Heng is one of Singapore’s most acclaimed actors. Glen Goei is one of Singapore’s most celebrated directors. Together, they bring to life one of Singapore theatre’s most iconic characters: Emily Gan, an abandoned girl who overcomes all odds to emerge as the matriarch of a distinguished Peranakan household.Evoking the golden age of Straits-Chinese culture from the 1930s, this new production promises to be the most immersive version of Stella Kon’s enduring classic yet. Step into our theatre and become one of Emily’s guests in her opulent, meticulously kept mansion...In this decadent world, fulfilment for a woman can only be found in her roles as a daughter-in-law, wife, mother and home-maker. So what must she do to succeed? And at what cost? Is Emily a woman trapped by tradition, or a feminist ahead of her time?In 2000, Ivan Heng founded WILD RICE with an electrifying production of this landmark play, in which he first made Emily Gan his own. We can think of nothing more appropriate to commemorate WILD RICE’s new home.“A moving, funny and accomplished piece of theatre.” - The Age, Melbourne“This was a funny, camp, and touching performance, quite deserving of its full house.” - South China Morning Post, Hong Kong“When Glen Goei and Ivan Heng come together in the name of Art, any play can be expected to deliver wit and sensitivity.” - 8 DAYS, Singapore
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