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HOUSEWARMING SEASON WILD RICE @ FUN...
Pam Oei likes gay boys. Gay boys like her too. She has always felt irresistibly drawn to them – even as a teenager, before she knew what the term ‘gay’ meant.Over the years, Pam’s adventures have included: coaxing gay boyfriends out of the closet, attending her first gay wedding in 2001, fighting to repeal Section 377A of the Penal Code in 2007, and being the Countdown Queen at Pink Dot every year (though the job is less ‘queen’ and more ‘drill sergeant’!). This makes her a gold-star straight ally and a bona fide faghag.Join Pam and the multiple characters she plays in this rainbow-coloured cabaret. Accompanied by maestro Julian Wong on the piano, Pam will tell jokes, share heart-warming tales and throw in a few torch songs for good measure. Along the way, she’ll demonstrate why she deserves the title of Singapore’s Number One Faghag!IMDA Rating: Restricted 18 (Homosexual Theme)
Martha Argerich in Singapore: Frien...
Programme subject to change at the artistes’ discretionMartha Argerich, pianoDarío Alejandro Ntaca, pianoTseng Yu-Chien, violinMusicians of the Singapore Symphony OrchestraMain HighlightsSCHUMANN Andante and Variations for 2 Pianos, 2 Cellos & Horn in B-flat major, WoO 10 (original version of Op. 46)SCHUMANN Kinderszenen, Op. 15Together with musicians of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, the incomparable Martha Argerich and friends perform a delectable programme of chamber and solo music, all set to demonstrate the intricacies and intimacies of musical camaraderie.---Martha Argerich in SingaporeThere are great pianists. There are renowned pianists. And then there is Martha Argerich. Her unforgettable Singapore debut last year still sets the imagination on fire. Relive the astonishing pianism of this legend among piano legends as she returns in three unmissable concerts this June 2019.Martha Argerich is joined by her Argentine compatriot and conductor Dario Alejandro Ntaca, and 2015 International Tchaikovsky Violin Competition 2nd Prize Winner Tseng Yu-Chien.
Martha Argerich in Singapore: Roman...
Programme subject to change at the artistes’ discretionMartha Argerich, pianoTseng Yu-Chien, violinDarío Alejandro Ntaca, conductorSingapore Symphony OrchestraTCHAIKOVSKY Francesca Da Rimini, Op.32LISZT Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major, S.124BRAHMS Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77Bewildering dexterity, effortless artistry, indisputable genius. A night of pianistic virtuosity and intoxicating lyricism awaits in this second concert featuring the world’s living legend of the piano, Martha Argerich.---Martha Argerich in SingaporeThere are great pianists. There are renowned pianists. And then there is Martha Argerich. Her unforgettable Singapore debut last year still sets the imagination on fire. Relive the astonishing pianism of this legend among piano legends as she returns in three unmissable concerts this June 2019.Martha Argerich is joined by her Argentine compatriot and conductor Dario Alejandro Ntaca, and 2015 International Tchaikovsky Violin Competition 2nd Prize Winner Tseng Yu-Chien.
Martha Argerich in Singapore: The L...
Programme subject to change at the artistes’ discretionMartha Argerich, pianoTseng Yu-Chien, violinDarío Alejandro Ntaca, conductorSingapore Symphony OrchestraRACHMANINOFF Isle of the Dead, Op. 29BRUCH Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 15Towering talent, inexplicable finesse, breathtaking poetry. In the centre of this electrifying programme shines the star of Martha Argerich, lighting the effervescent sparkle of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1.---Martha Argerich in SingaporeThere are great pianists. There are renowned pianists. And then there is Martha Argerich. Her unforgettable Singapore debut last year still sets the imagination on fire. Relive the astonishing pianism of this legend among piano legends as she returns in three unmissable concerts this June 2019.Martha Argerich is joined by her Argentine compatriot and conductor Dario Alejandro Ntaca, and 2015 International Tchaikovsky Violin Competition 2nd Prize Winner Tseng Yu-Chien.
Mosaic Music Series Kin Leonn – Co...
Last selling out his show at The Projector in 2018, Singapore-born London-based ambient music composer and producer Kin Leonn launches his debut album Commune at the Esplanade Recital Studio.Blending piano with a spectrum of electronic sounds and effects, Kin Leonn creates an immersive sonic experience of atmospheric textures and soaring synth harmonies—recreating the emotional world of Commune. He also presents new never-heard-before material, allowing a glimpse into his creative growth as a composer since moving to LondonFellow London-based Singapore musician Yeule opens the show. With a launchpad, keyboard and microphone, the video-game inspired soundscape producer morphs her cinematic classic compositions into ethereal dark dance music.In collaboration with KITCHEN. LABEL
Pioneering Pianists of Southeast As...
The long-awaited Singapore debut by internationally acclaimed Filipino pianist Raul Sunico!Love Letters from Home will take audiences on a dazzling and colourful musical journey from Romantic masterpieces by Rachmaninoff, Chopin and Liszt through his stylish transcriptions of melodious Filipino folk tunes before concluding with Gershwin’s ever-popular Rhapsody in Blue. , Performing on Steinway’s Spirio finest resolution playback piano, Sunico will also show what is possible when the latest technological development come together with heritage and virtuosity.Award winning pianist Sunico is a living legend in the Filipino arts scene today: highly revered as a pianist and teacher, Sunico was also former President of the Cultural Centre of the Philippines and contributed to various Filipino arts organisations. With more than 50 CDs to his name, Sunico recently performed all four Rachmaninoff piano concertos from memory in a single evening earlier this year, a repeat of the feat he first accomplished in 2003. The Commendatore Award (Order of the Star of Italy) pianist’s rendition of Filipino folk tunes and ballads, including Buhat and Bato sa Buhangin. These are among the folk tunes that Sunico has recorded for the Steinway Library.To showcase Steinway and Sons’ latest SPIRIO|r, Sunico will play a four-hands duet on the piano which is capable of live performance capture and playback.Pioneering Pianists of Southeast AsiaAn initiative of Steinway Gallery Singapore, Pioneering Pianists of Southeast Asia is a new concert series and platform that celebrates the legacy of a generation of pianists who has established a cultural identity and presence of the region in the international scene through the latest developments in piano technology.RACHMANINOFF Prelude in C-sharp minor, Op. 3 No. 2RACHMANINOFF Prelude in G-sharp minor, Op. 32 No. 12ALBENIZ El Puerto (from Suite 'Iberia') WAGNER/LISZT Liebestod GERSHWIN Rhapsody in BlueFilipino Songs in a Classic Mood (arranged by Dr Raul Sunico)VELARDE Buhat CUENCO Bato sa BuhanginGALLARDO Saranggola ni Pepe CANSECO Hanggang sa Dulo ng Walang HangganFolk songs Bahay Kubo/Leron Leron Sinta
Pioneering Pianists of Southeast As...
A rare treat for piano lovers!Renowned Thai composer-pianist Nat Yontararak’s debut recital in Singapore will be the first such concert dedicated exclusively to contemporary Thai music for the piano, many of which will be making their Singapore premiere.Audiences will be treated to movements from Yontararak’s piano sonatas which are based on traditional Thai folk melodies. Highlights of the concert will also include Yontararak’s own arrangements of the late King Bhumibol’s attractive and melodious “Love in Spring” (ลมหนาว) and “Somewhere, Somehow” (ฝัน), as well as performances by traditional Thai dancers, who will accompany Yontararak in some of the works. Yontararak will be performing on Steinway and Sons’ latest piano SPIRIO|r, the world’s finest high-resolution player piano capable of live performance capture and playback, which will be launched at the concert.The concert will culminate in a performance of an 8-hand piece by the Yontararak family on Steinway and Sons’ SPIRIO|r .Pioneering Pianists of Southeast AsiaAn initiative of Steinway Gallery Singapore, Pioneering Pianists of Southeast Asia is a new concert series and platform that celebrates the legacy of a generation of pianists who has established a cultural identity and presence of the region in the international scene through the latest developments in piano technology. ProgrammeThai Traditional piece: "Kai Kaew" ไก่แก้ว (Crystal pheasant)HM King Rama IX: "Love in Spring" (ลมหนาว)Nat Yontararak: Piano Sonata No.1 "Glory to our Great Kings"4th movement ฑีฆายุโก โหตุ มหาราชา (Allegro ma non troppo)HM King Rama IX: "Somewhere Somehow" (ฝัน)Nat Yontararak: Suite for piano and percussion "The Prodigal Son", 1st movement (Moderato) (บุตรน้อยหลงหาย) M.L. Puangroi Abhaiwongse: "Bua Kao" (White Lotus)* (บัวขาว)Nat Yontararak: Piano Sonata No. 3 "Siam Sonata"4th movement "The South" (ภาคใต้) (Allegro tempestoso)Gen. Prem Tinsulanonda: "Born in Gratitude to Our Homeland" (piano duet)* (เกิดมาต้องตอบแทนบุญคุณแผ่นดิน)Elephant, Elephant, Elephant (ช้าง ช้าง ช้าง)"Longing for you" (คิดถึงเธอ)Guest performers: Dancers from Christian Communications InstitutePawongduen (Sugar) Yontararak, VocalLukasz Kurdzydlo, Drums
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 Cho
SSO Subscription Concert: Steven Os...
"Steven Osborne's power over the hall was absolute…the atmosphere was spellbound."RPS Instrumentalist of the Year 2013The prolific and award-winning pianist Steven Osborne, “one of Britain’s most treasured musicians”, plays Mozart’s charming Piano Concerto No. 12, a standout work of lyrical peace and effusive melody. We welcome back Maestro Carlos Kalmar in our season-opener of vibrant classics, interspaced by the heavenly invocation of American composer Aaron Jay Kernis’s Musica celestis.Carlos Kalmar, conductorSteven Osborne, pianoROSSINI Overture to The Silken LadderMOZART Piano Concerto No. 12 in A, K.414KERNIS Musica celestisHAYDN Symphony No. 98 in B-flat majorYou may also like:The Jussen Brothers Play MozartZhang Haochen Plays MozartSSO Gala: Seong-Jin Cho
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
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