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SIFAS Festival of Indian Classical ...
Yukta: A Hindustani JugalbandiA much sought-after Hindustani Classical music vocalist, Sanjeev Abhyankar is an artiste of international repute and is today one of the leading exponents of the Mewati Gharana. Groomed under the tutelage of Pandit Jasraj, Sanjeev Abhyankar is the recipient of many prestigious awards, including the Kumar Gandharva National Award and the National Award for Best Playback Singer.The only Indian violinist to be featured in the Violin Bible, “The Strad”, recognised as the fifty best instrumentalists in the world by the ‘Songlines Magazine’, and a Grammy nominee for her album ‘Miles from India’, Kala Ramnath with her ‘singing violin’ is beyond doubt a classical violinist of global stature. Vidushi Kala Ramnath, also of the Mewati Gharana, she trained under Gurus Narayana Iyer and N Rajam, and further trained wand and accompanied Pandit Jasraj. She was recently conferred the prestigious Sangeet Natak Akedemi 2016 award for Hindustani Instrumental Music.In this unusual pairing of a vocalist and a violinist, Yukta will consist of two solo portions by Sanjeev and Kala, and an exciting collaborative presentation as a finale. They will be accompanied by Harshad Kanetkar and Miland Kulakarnion on tabla and harmonium.
SNYO In Concert - A Musical Flower ...
Leonard Tan, conductorJoost Flach, oboeSingapore National Youth OrchestraCAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS Bacchanale from Samson et DalilaJEAN FRANҪAIX L’Horloge de Flore(‘A Flower Clock’)JOHANNES BRAHMS Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68Join us in this rare opportunity to hear a woodwind soloist with an orchestra: oboist Joost Flach brings to life the blossoming of seven flowers in Jean Françaix’s colourful L’horloge de flore (“A Flower Clock”). Also on the programme are the wild and sensuous Bacchanale from Saint-Saëns’ opera Samson and Delilah and the epic Brahms First Symphony.
SSO GALA: KAVAKOS PLAYS SHOSTAKOVIC...
“Jaw-dropping virtuosity” - San Diego Union-TribuneLan Shui, conductorLeonidas Kavakos, violinMUSSORGSKY Khovantchina: Introduction “Dawn on the Moscow River”SHOSTAKOVICH Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 77TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 1 in G minor, Op. 13 “Winter Daydreams”Acclaimed Greek violinist Leonidas Kavakos returns to Singapore with the grotesque grandeur of Shostakovich’s relentless Violin Concerto No.1. Lan Shui opens the concert with the gorgeous dawn song that opens Mussorgsky’s opera Khovantchina, and concludes with Tchaikovsky’s First Symphony, an atmospheric collage of “Winter Daydreams” that foreshadow his talent for balletic drama and endless capacity for heartfelt melody.
SSO GALA: LA BOHÈME
Lan Shui, conductorCharles Castronovo, Rodolfo (tenor)Angel Blue, Mimì (soprano)Zhou Zheng Zhong, Marcello (baritone)Kelebogile Besong, Musetta (soprano)Dario Russo, Colline (bass)Zoltan Nagy, Schaunard (bass-baritone)Martin Ng, Benoît / Alcindoro (baritone)Jonathan Charles Tay, Parpignol (tenor)Singapore Symphony ChorusEudenice Palaruan, Choral DirectorSingapore Symphony Youth ChoirSingapore Symphony Children’s ChoirWong Lai Foon, ChoirmasterCherilyn Woo, Stage DirectorGenevieve Peck, Lighting DesignerPUCCINI La Bohème (Concert Version in 4 Acts)Young artists and chance meetings. In Paris and in love, trapped by circumstances, liberated by poetry. Revel in some of Puccini’s most luscious melodies as the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and Choirs present a concert version presentation of La Bohème, one of the most beloved operas of all time.
SSO POPS CONCERT: LEONARD BERNSTEIN...
“One of the greatest movie musicals reborn” Sydney artsHubJoshua Tan, conductorFull live orchestra. Cinematic screen. A movie experience like no other. Celebrate this iconic film of over 50 years and the winner of ten Academy Awards®, including Best Picture. The SSO plays Leonard Bernstein's electrifying score and memorable songs with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim live, while the newly re-mastered film is shown in glorious high definition on the big screen with the original vocals and dialogue intact. This classic romantic tragedy, directed by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins and one of the greatest achievements in the history of movie musicals, features Robbins' breathtaking choreography and a screen play by Ernest Lehman based on the masterful book by Arthur Laurents.
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: ALINA IBR...
“Her performances brim with lyricism and wit” – The Guardian on Alina IbragimovaLan Shui, conductorAlina Ibragimova, violinBERG Three Pieces for Orchestra, Op. 6BRAHMS Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77BARTÓK Concerto for OrchestraRising star Alina Ibragimova is one of the hottest names in classical music today, and she returns with Brahms’ Violin Concerto in D – a lush painting of noble lyricism exquisitely written for the instrument. Berg’s thoroughly modern “Drei Orchesterstücke” provides startling contrast, as does Bartók’s richly scored Concerto for Orchestra, promising a showcase of every musician on stage.
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: CHRISTIAN...
Claus Peter Flor, conductorChristian Blackshaw, pianoBEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58BRUCKNER Symphony No. 9 in D minor, WAB 109Critically acclaimed British pianist Christian Blackshaw, renowned for his sensitive interpretation and deeply felt performances, is the perfect soloist for the lyricism and soulfulness of Beethoven’s beautiful Piano Concerto No.4. German maestro Claus Peter Flor leads the SSO in the monumental architecture of Bruckner’s final symphony.
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: ELIAHU IN...
“Of all his works this was the most personal… We were both in tears… so deeply did we feel this music and the sinister premonitions it disclosed.” – Alma Mahler.Eliahu Inbal, conductorMAHLER Symphony No. 6 in A minor “Tragic”Written in an apparently happy period of his life, Mahler’s “Tragic Symphony” is often described in the exact opposite of terms: nihilistic, dark, foreboding. The tender slow movement aside, it “ends in hopelessness and the dark night of the soul” with its infamous hammer blows.
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: RADIANCE ...
Michal Nesterowicz, conductorHan Chang Chou, hornMarc-Antoine Robillard, hornGao Jian, hornJamie Hersch, hornWOJCIECH KILAR OrawaSCHUMANN Konzertstück for 4 Horns in F major, Op. 86KELLY TANG Two Symphonic Dances: Radiance and SparkMOZART Symphony No. 38 in D major, K. 504 “Prague”Kelly Tang’s Two Symphonic Dances: Radiance and Spark were commissioned for and premiered at the 10th anniversary of the Esplanade in 2012, while the inspiration for Konzertstück was Schumann’s response to the invention of the valved horn. The SSO horns tackle this showcase for the instrument, and the strings will feature in the vigorous Orawa by Polish composer Wojciech Kilar of The Pianist fame.Sponsored by Singapore Airlines
Voices Series The Swingles (UK)
“Stunning reinventions of songs by the likes of John Martyn, Elbow and Mumford & Sons, with subtle beatboxing and audacious harmonies… superhero singing to truly raise goosebumps.” – The GuardianThe legendary vocal group The Swingles make their Singapore debut at the Esplanade Concert Hall!The five-time Grammy Award-winners put their vocal virtuosity and versatility on stunning display as they present a performance packed with classical anthems, Baroque instrumentals, and folk, pop and rock songs, featuring artists such as The Beatles and Elbow, and hits including Libertango and Air on a G String.In 1963, American-born Ward Swingle first assembled a group of Parisian session singers to sing Bach’s keyboard music, resulting in the album Jazz Sebastian Bach that launched them to fame. For more than half a century since then, The Swingles (formerly known as The Swingle Singers) have pushed the boundaries of vocal music, amassing a repertoire featuring a huge variety of music that can be heard on their over 50 recordings, and on numerous film and TV soundtracks including Sex and the City, Grey’s Anatomy and Glee. Today, the seven young masters of their craft that make up the group are driven by the same innovative spirit that has defined the group since they first made waves in the ’60s.
北京白马人文化艺术中心 & Rave Group Int'l Pte ...
Wang Zhongshan, virtuoso and professor in Zheng music is back to present the highly-anticipated solo concert in Singapore as part of his world tour. His distinguished character as a performer won him praises and is considered to be one of the most influential Zheng artists in China today who also invented new techniques for Zheng playing. He is listed in The Essentials of Chinese Music and Who’s Who in the Contemporary Music World of China. Highlights of the Singapore concert include “A Night Mooring by Maple Bridge”, “Robe of Clouds” and “Joy of Yuan Xiao Festival”.Tickets at $120, $100, $80, $60, $40, $20. Book your tickets through www.sistic.com.sg or SISTIC outlets. Ticket price excludes SISTIC booking fee.No admission for children below 6 years old. For group booking, please contact Ms Loh Ying Hui at +65 6747 3721 or email email@example.com.
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