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Duo Senses: Harp and Piano
Kris Foundation presents Duo Senses: Harp and Piano. On 29th November, harpist Laura Peh takes us on a magical journey through Europe with her enchanting harp. She will also premiere a new commission by Singaporean composer Lim Kang Ning (b. 1994). On 30th November, accomplished pianist Dr Azariah Tan will enthrall guests with J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations, the first public performance in Singapore’s recent years.Programme – Laura Peh (29th November):Marcel Tournier: Au matinDomenico Scarlatti: Sonata K.113 and K.27Elias Parish-Alvars: Introduction, Cadenza and RondoGabriel Pierne: Impromptu-CapriceMarcel Tournier: SonatineClaude Debussy: Clair de LuneFelix Godefroid: La Danse des SylphesCommissioned work by Lim Kang Ning (b. 1994)Programme – Azariah Tan (30th November):J.S. Bach: Goldberg Variations, BWV 988L.V. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 30 in E major, Op. 109<!--/data/user/0/com.samsung.android.app.notes/files/clipdata/clipdata_190512_123647_782.sdoc-->www.kris-foundation.comFacebook: KrisFoundationSGInstagram: krisfoundation
Esplanade Presents | Classics Staa...
ProgrammeBeethoven Piano Concerto No.5Brahms Symphony No.2 The Staatskapelle Dresden, led by Principal Guest Conductor Myung-Whun Chung and joined by award-winning South Korean pianist Sunwook Kim, presents an elegant evening of classical music by Beethoven and Brahms.Founded by Prince Elector Moritz von Sachsen in 1548, the Staatskapelle Dresden is one of the most celebrated and oldest orchestras in the world and is thus steeped in tradition. Over its long history, many distinguished conductors and internationally celebrated instrumentalists have left their mark on this one-time court orchestra. Previous music directors include Heinrich Schütz, Johann Adolf Hasse, Carl Maria von Weber, Richard Strauss and Richard Wagner, who called them his “Miraculous Harp”. It is also the only orchestra to be awarded the “European Prize for the Preservation of the World’s Musical Heritage” by the European Cultural Foundation.Myung-Whun Chung began his musical career as a pianist, winning second prize at the Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow in 1974, and has been Principal Guest Conductor of the Staatskapelle Dresden since 2012. He has conducted some of the world‘s leading orchestras, including the Berliner Philharmoniker, Wiener Philharmoniker and Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. The South Korean conductor has been the recipient of many honours and prizes for his artistic work, including the Premio Abbiati and the Arturo Toscanini prize in Italy and the Légion d’Honneur (1992) in France.Lauded as one of the finest of his generation, South Korean pianist Sunwook Kim came to international recognition when he won the prestigious Leeds International Piano Competition at the age of 18 in 2006, becoming its first Asian winner. Since then, he has performed as concerto soloist with some of the world’s leading orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, NHK Symphony, and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra for his BBC Proms debut. He has received outstanding reviews for several of his recordings, which include works by Beethoven and Brahms.
SSO Subscription Concert: Stephen H...
“The most perfect piano playing conceivable.”The Guardian on Stephen HoughWe welcome the return of a familiar friend of the SSO: the distinguished British pianist Stephen Hough in Saint-Saëns’s picturesque Egyptian Piano Concerto. This all-French programme directed by SSO Principal Guest Conductor Andrew Litton also features a rare opportunity to hear one of the finest examples of symphonic tradition from the hands of the French - the shimmering majesty of César Franck’s only Symphony.Andrew Litton, conductorStephen Hough, pianoBERLIOZ Roman Carnival OvertureSAINT-SAËNS Piano Concerto No. 5 in F major, Op. 103 "Egyptian"FRANCK Symphony in D minorYou may also like:Steven Osborne Plays MozartThe Jussen Brothers Play Mozart
Mozart 36 ~ Evening Concert by TTK ...
22 Operas, 41 Symphonies, 27 Piano Concerti, 18 Piano Sonatas, 23 String Quartets, 36 Sonatas for piano and violin - all this and more created in just a short span of 35 years of life, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, born in Salzburg, continued to be prolific until the last year of his life in Vienna, when he produced some of his greatest works 'The Magic Flute', his Clarinet Concerto and the unfinished 'Requiem'.Mozart 36 follows his journey as a young composer from age 8 with the first of his Sonatas for piano and violin to the last in 1788, when he was living at the centre of the Viennese musical world as the city's finest keyboard player and a hugely successful composer.Mozart Sonata for piano and violin in D major KV.306Mozart Sonata for piano and violin in G major KV.379Mozart Sonata for piano and violin in E flat major KV.380Mozart Sonata for piano and violin in E flat major KV.481Join Honens Prize Laureate 2015 Italian pianist Luca Buratto and Singaporean solo violinist Tang Tee Khoon as TTK Grand Series continues on this one and a half year journey through the complete 36 Sonatas for piano and violin by Mozart, and a selection of his iconic chamber works and concerti. Revel within this set of his mature Sonatas, chosen to represent the second of our trilogy of Mozart 36 projects, on this unique evening.======OTHER EVENTSCONCERTS FOR CHILDREN2, 3 NovThe ArtgroundTickets at http://tangteekhoongrandseries.com/concerts/concerts-for-children/
Mozart 36 ~ Evening Concerts by TTK...
22 Operas, 41 Symphonies, 27 Piano Concerti, 18 Piano Sonatas, 23 String Quartets, 36 Sonatas for piano and violin - all this and more created in just a short span of 35 years of life, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, born in Salzburg, continued to be prolific until the last year of his life in Vienna, when he produced some of his greatest works 'The Magic Flute', his Clarinet Concerto and the unfinished 'Requiem'.Mozart 36 follows his journey as a young composer from age 8 with the first of his Sonatas for piano and violin to the last in 1788, when he was living at the centre of the Viennese musical world as the city's finest keyboard player and a hugely successful composer.Join TTK Homegrown Series artists Yang Shuxiang and Cherie Khor, as well as a curated line-up of students from Yong Siew Toh Conservatory, as TTK Grand Series continues on this one and a half year journey through the complete 36 Sonatas for piano and violin by Mozart, and a selection of his iconic chamber works and concerti.Make your fanciful choice between two 1-hour bite-size walks through Mozart’s Sonatas for piano and violin on this light-hearted evening - featuring many of his rarely heard childhood Sonatas, as part of the second of our trilogy of Mozart 36 projects.======OTHER EVENTSCONCERTS FOR CHILDREN by TTK Homegrown SeriesFri 1 NovEsplanade Recital StudioTickets at http://tangteekhoongrandseries.com/concerts/concerts-for-children/EVENING CONCERT by TTK Grand SeriesSat 9 NovEsplanade Recital Studiofeaturing Grand Series artists Luca Buratto and Tang Tee KhoonTickets at http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/cmozart1119a
Alexander Malofeev is a young Russian pianist, who gained international recognition through his outstanding appearance at the 8th International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians (2014), where he won the 1st Prize.He is the latest phenomenon of the Russian piano school... Alexander demonstrated not only high technical accuracy but also an incredible maturity. Crystal clear sounds, perfectly balanced revealed the exceptional skill in playing…Selective works includes:BEETHOVEN Piano Sonata No. 23 in F minor, Op. 57 "AppassionataRACHMANINOFF Piano Sonata No. 2 in B minor, Op. 36TCHAIKOVSKY Dumka, Op. 59BALAKIREV Islamey, Op. 18 TCHAIKOVSKY/ PLETNEV "Andante Maestoso" from The "Nutcracker" SuitePROKOFIEV Piano Sonata No. 7 in B flat major, Op. 83
Bicentennial Tribute 1 - Gala Conc...
This grand gala evening promises an exciting programme of excerpts of grand opera and vocal works in the theme of the homeland to commemorate Singapore’s 200th year of founding with a star-studded cast of local and international operatic soloists.Singapore baritone Martin Ng recently returned from successes in the role of Scarpia in Tosca and Germont in La Traviata in Taiwan and Malaysia will perform for the concert excerpts from the aforementioned operas. Teng Xiang Ting, rising local soprano and a familiar face in the Singapore operatic scene, debuted in 2019 in the Theatres of Biel and Solothurn in Switzerland.International opera singers will make their debut in this gala event: Serbian soprano Ana Petricevic sings regularly in opera houses all over Europe in roles in Maddelana (Andrea Chenier) , Leonora (Il Trovatore), Desdemona (Otello) and the title role of Turandot.Turkish mezzo soprano Asude Karayavuz, former singer of the Accademia della Scala, guests in major opera houses like the Arena and Teatro San Carlo of Naples in operas like Carmen and Rigoletto, to name a few.The evening's programme will be accompanied by the Braddell Heights Symphony Orchestra led by renown conductor Tsung Yeh, and Aloysius Fong on the piano. The soloists will take us through a musical journey of longing, desire and love for the motherland, with popular operatic tunes like O Patria Mia, Cruda Sorte, Di Provenza, Ich möcht wieder einmal die Heimat seh'n, Mes Amis!, along with nostalgic vocal works. To end off, we have accompanying the soloists, the world ranked first NUSChoir, led by Professor Nelson Kwei.
Christmas Peace The Music of Sylvai...
Sylvain Guinet is a French composer born in 1978 in Mâcon, France.As a child, he studied piano and electronic organ for several years, while participating in several European competitions. It is, however, with composition that he finds a way to express himself fully, develop his style, and pursue his vocation.Nowadays, his scores are played worldwide by amateurs and professional piano players whose passion resonate with Sylvain's music. His scores create worlds of romance, dreams and wonder, and open pathways to contemplation and meditation."Inspiration" is the foundation of his writing. "Inspiration" is the foundation of his writing. As many composers, Sylvain writes music only when he feels "inspired", what he calls "writing from the heart", as opposed to writing music solely based on the rules of solfge, "writing with the brain".Sylvain spent many years trying to define precisely what "inspiration" is, how it rises and fades away, and how it can explain, for example, why one piece may be written in just one day while another may require more effort while both are technically similar.Whatever the artistic field we are in, inspiration is a "connection to oneself", an alignment. It may sound easy to grasp and yet it is so difficult to identify and reach. One needs to learn how to feel all those moments where one is authentic, where one is oneself, without asking questions. One needs to learn how to let the mind and emotions go to reach full awareness, and concentrate on the essential: to live fully "the present moment".When we are finally connected, inspiration comes from the deepest parts of oneself, everything seems clear, easy and wonderful. This state is the amazing result of an "unconscious meditation".
Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay and...
“Lucid and shimmering sound”– Financial Times“He has earned praise, not only for his bulletproof technique, but also for his artistic voice: his sense of drama, his natural nobility and his youthfully searching interpretations.”–Washington PostAfter a sold-out concert at Victoria Concert Hall during the 25th Singapore International Piano Festival in 2018, award-winning pianist Seong-Jin Cho returns to Singapore to present a captivating one-night-only solo recital at the Esplanade Concert Hall.Seong-Jin Cho was brought to the world’s attention in 2015 when he won the First Prize at the Chopin International Competition in Warsaw, and is already considered to be one of the most distinctive artists of his generation having performed with esteemed conductors and orchestras all around the world. His thoughtful and poetic, assertive and tender, virtuosic and colourful playing combines panache with purity and is driven by an impressive natural sense of balance.ProgrammeMozart Fantasia in D minor, K.397Mozart Piano Sonata No.3 in B-flat, K.281Schubert Fantasie in C major, Op.15 (D.760), “Wanderer Fantasy”IntermissionBerg Piano Sonata, Op.1Liszt Piano Sonata in B minor, S.178
Mosaic Music Series Chōwa - In Ha...
The spirit of Chōwa is a Japanese concept that represents harmonious partnerships. It encapsulates the musical pairing of vocalist Rani Singam, known as Singapore’s first lady of jazz, and one of Japan’s foremost jazz pianists, Akira Ishii.The two first performed together in Tokyo in 2018, and what Rani found amazing was how they could communicate and express themselves through the music in spite of the differences in their languages—a testimony to the universality of jazz and its ability to break down diverse differences in culture and language. She found an inexplicable synergy with Akira Ishii’s sensitive and lyrical accompaniment.Fuelled by their mutual love for jazz and pop standards, Rani Singam and Akira Ishii perform two evenings of intimate piano and voice duets. This marks Ishii’s Singapore debut and the furthering of a dynamic musical partnership in the true spirit of Chōwa.
SSO Gala: Seong-Jin Cho
"Spellbinding sonic art"The Artsdesk on Seong-Jin ChoThe fast-rising young South Korean pianist Seong-Jin Cho, previously seen at his sold-out Singapore International Piano Festival debut in 2018, returns to perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 2, a vivacious work of Mozartian charm and brilliance. Fellow South Korean Shiyeon Sung, the first woman to win first prize in the Sir Georg Solti International Conductors' Competition, conducts.Shiyeon Sung, conductorSeong-Jin Cho, pianoBEETHOVENPrometheus OverturePiano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major, Op. 19Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 36You may also like:Steven Osborne Plays MozartZhang Haochen Plays Mozart
SSO Subscription Concert: Chorus of...
A pre-cursor to his Ninth Symphony, Beethoven’s sparkling 1808 Choral Fantasy for piano, vocal soloists, chorus and orchestra is a poetic tribute to the divine power of music. We are joined by Malaysian piano wunderkind Tengku Irfan in this sunlit gem. Ascend beyond the firmaments in Holst’s universally loved classic, The Planets, an awe-inspiring orchestral extravaganza that’s a guaranteed eye-opening experience for any listener.Andrew Litton, conductorTengku Irfan, pianoEe Ping, sopranoJessica Chen, sopranoRebecca Chellappah, mezzo-sopranoLong Long, tenorJonathan Tay, tenorWilliam Lim, baritoneSingapore Symphony Chorus & Youth ChoirBARBER Symphony No. 1 in One MovementBEETHOVEN Choral Fantasy for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra, Op. 80HOLST The Planets, Op. 32You may also like:Red Balloon: Moonrise and AuroraFauré: Cantique et Requiem
SSO Subscription Concert: Masato Su...
Eminent Japanese conductor-composer-harpsichordist-organist Masato Suzuki leads a multi-composer programme, all linked to Leipzig, great city of western classical music. Singapore-based pianist Albert Tiu stars in not one but two soloist showcases expounding Schumann’s irrepressible Romantic spirit and Chopin’s youthful poetry.Masato Suzuki, conductorAlbert Tiu, pianoBACH (orch. STOKOWSKI)Toccata & Fugue in D minor, BWV 565SCHUMANN Introduction & Allegro appassionato for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 92CHOPIN Variations on "Là ci darem la mano"BACH (orch. Masato Suzuki)Wenn wir in hochsten Noten seinMENDELSSOHN Symphony No. 5, Op. 107 "Reformation"You may also like:SSO Gala: Seong-Jin ChoVCHpresents Organ: Organ, Omakase
SSO Subscription Concert: The Jusse...
The talented, blonde, blue-eyed Dutch brothers, Lucas and Arthur, are a fresh byword for double-piano fare, and their presentation of the charming K.365 Mozart concerto is sure to delight. Guest conductor Gabriel Bebeselea presents the Asian premiere of the Pastorale by his great Romanian compatriot, Enescu. Rediscovered only in 2017 and prepared for performance by Bebeselea himself, it is an intriguing partner to Beethoven’s beloved Pastoral Symphony.Gabriel Bebeselea, conductorLucas & Arthur Jussen, pianosMOZART Concerto No. 10 for 2 pianos, K.365ENESCU Pastorale-Fantaisie for Small Orchestra (Asian Premiere)BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 6 in F major, Op. 68 “Pastoral”You may also like:Steven Osborne Plays MozartZhang Haochen Plays Mozart
SSO Subscription Concert: Zhang Hao...
"[Zhang's] aim for lightness, transparency and directness yields poetic results."GramophoneMozart’s 24th Piano Concerto is one of the most revered gems in the repertory, admired even by Beethoven and Brahms. Danish conductor Thomas Dausgaard leads us in this concert starring acclaimed Chinese pianist Zhang Haochen, one of the youngest winners of the prestigious Van Cliburn Competition. Bruckner’s popular Fourth Symphony paints a picture of Wagnerian Romanticism, of castles touched by the dawn, knights on the hunt and the magic of the forest.Thomas Dausgaard, conductorZhang Haochen, pianoMOZART Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor, K.491BRUCKNER Symphony No. 4 in E-flat majorYou may also like:Steven Osborne Plays MozartMasato Suzuki - Inspired by Leipzig
The Orient With Kanon Matsuda
Musicians’ Initiative presents a concert featuring award-winning concert pianist, KanonMatsuda, and widely loved symphonic suite, Scheherazade.GLINKA | Ruslan and Lyudmila OvertureTCHAIKOVSKY | Piano Concerto No.1, Op.23RIMSKY-KORSAKOV | Scheherazade, Op.35Musicians’ Initiative (MI), formerly known as TYMFO, is a Singaporean orchestra whichperforms in classical concerts and operas. MI has a focus on nurturing local, aspiring professional musicians by providing opportunities in leading, performing and mentoring. In addition, MI aims to inspire and develop audiences through innovation and education, and spread the gift of music to all segments of the community.Led by Music Director Alvin Arumugam, together with Associate Conductors Ignatius Wang and Edward Tan, MI has put up stellar performances with much acclaim from reviews. In a Straits Times article, Chang Tou Liang described the Orchestra’s performance of Rachmaninoff’s Second Concerto as a “life-affirming outing” that “bodes well for a young orchestra with much to offer.” MI has performed large scale works, namely the local premiere of Toru Takemitsu’s “From Me Flows What You Call Time”. Additionally, MI has even collaborated with several musical groups. In July 2019, MI collaborated with The Opera People to stage the wildly successful Opera by Alexander Zemlinsky: Der Zwerg.Kanon Matsuda was born in the city of Takamatsu, Japan. She started her training at 4years of age with Professor Yoshiko Hosoda. Beginning in 2002, Kanon was a studentof the Gnessin Secondary Special Music School (college), in the class of Professor Elena Ivanova.In March 2004, Kanon was awarded the Grand Prix at the International PianoCompetition in memory of Grieg in Moscow. In November 2006, she was the winner andrecipient of the Golden Nutcracker in the 7th International Television Competition forYoung Musicians “The Nutcracker” in Moscow. In January 2007, she appeared before the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Alexey II at the children's Christmas party which was organized in the patriarchal residence in the Danilov Monastery.In April 2009, Kanon received the first prize and gold medal at the AADGT InternationalYoung Musicians Competition “Passion of Music” in New York. In November of 2010,she was awarded the Grand Prix at the International Competition "Classic-2010" inAktobe. In 2011, Kanon Matsuda won the Scriabin Scholarship "Path to Scriabin."In March 2012, she won the Romantic Music Festival of young musicians in Moscow. InFebruary 2013, she was awarded the title "Best Student of 2012 Gnessin Special MusicSchool."
VCHpresents Chamber: French Connect...
Lynnette and Gulnara, two familiar faces of the SSO, come together in this enchanting evening of French musical poetry. Fauré's elegant Piano Quartet shares the atmosphere of perfumed lyricism with Ravel’s well-known miniature harp concerto played in its original chamber form. Massenet’s heavenly Meditation from Thaïs needs no introduction, but be prepared to revel in the evocative verses from Debussy’s narrative settings from Les Chansons de Bilitis.Lynnette Seah, violinGulnara Mashurova, harpMusicians of the SSODEBUSSY Les Chansons de BilitisRAVEL Introduction and Allegro for Harp, Flute, Clarinet and String Quartet, M. 46MASSENET Meditation from Thaïs for Violin and String EnsembleFAURÉ Piano Quartet No. 1, Op. 15You may also like:Follow the LeaderIntimate Moments: From West to East 乐享时光: 从西至东Miloš Karadaglić - Here Comes the Sun
VCHpresents Intimate Moments: The C...
Next up on Intimate Moments, take a trip with SSO violinist Cindy Lee on a musical expedition of Classical and Romantic tunes inspired by animals. Sit back in the intimate surrounds of the VCH Dance Studio - watch, listen as string upon strings evoke the scenic escapades of nature’s poetry, wit and life.Cindy Lee, violinMusicians of the SSOHAYDNSelections from String Quartet No. 3 in C major, Op. 33 "The Bird"SCHUBERTAllegro vivace from Piano Quintet in A major, D. 667, "Trout"FAURÉPapillon, Op. 77SAINT-SAËNSSelections from Carnival of the AnimalsYou may also like:Intimate Moments: From West to East 乐享时光: 从西至东Stradivari Quartet Plays Beethoven
VCHpresents Organ: The Composer and...
In this animated double-bill, the evergreen children’s classic, The Carnival of the Animals, is paired with The Composer and the Mouse, created by Tom Scott. The latter tells the story of a talented yet hapless composer who finds his own musical style with the help of a mouse. A fun introduction to classical music combining film and original music for organ and piano, performed live by the Scott Brothers Duo.Fringe Activities:Learn more about the pipe organ at the Concert Hall foyer on Level 2 from 3pm - 4pm and 5pm - 6pm. Open to members of public.This concert is recommended for ages 4 and above.Tom Scott, piano and animatorJonathan Scott, organMOZART Overture to The Magic FluteTOM SCOTT The Composer and The MouseGRIEG In The Hall Of The Mountain King from Peer GyntSAINT-SAËNS The Carnival of the Animals
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