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3月21日第一：剖析乐章– 《河畔之音》之第一乐章：昼日 / 冯国峻– 《河畔之音》之第二乐章：夜晚 / 冯国峻第二：演奏家特写– 《听松》/ 华彦钧第三：观众票选乐曲!– 《宫商角徵羽》之《羽调》/ 卢亮辉– 《和平颂》之第四乐章《和平颂》/ 赵季平3月22日第一：剖析乐章– 《河畔之音》之第一乐章：昼日 / 冯国峻– 《河畔之音》之第二乐章：夜晚 / 冯国峻第二：演奏家特写– 《飞跃彩虹》 / 罗伯特·奥伊托莫第三：观众票选乐曲!– 《和平颂》之第三乐章《江怒》/ 赵季平– 《滇西土风三首》之第一乐章《阿佤山》/ 郭文景新加坡华乐团第五季的Concert-in-Progress将再度为学生们介绍华乐与新加坡华乐团的演奏家，也为您解析新加坡青年节2019中学、初院与高级中学组的比赛曲目。您也可以为您想听的曲目进行投选 – 投选票数最高的曲目将在音乐会中演奏。
FAUST / US 浮世 / 德
Thank you for your support, FAUST/US is SOLD OUT! We are starting a ticket wait list, please fill in the form below if you wish to leave your name. https://tinyurl.com/Faust-waitlistA bold exploration of an acclaimed German classic, retold in a contemporary setting.A journey that transforms her life from the ordinary to the extraordinary, getting everything she has always wanted. Well, almost everything…A brilliant but frustrated academic, Faust has achieved all that she can with her knowledge. Dissatisfied with what she has, she yearns for more in her life. One day she is visited by an unexpected visitor, Mephistopheles, who is full of surprises. Mephistopheles makes a deal with her; spend the rest of her life with him, as he shows her a lifetime of everything she desires, in exchange for her soul in the beyond. Driven by the freedom that awaits her outside of her dusty study, she agrees to the deal and is whisked away into a supernatural life of magic, thrill and adventure. After journeying through a lifetime chasing after ambition, love and desire, will she ever find what she is looking for?The first time a Nine Years Theatre’s production is helmed by a next-generation director. Introducing Cherilyn Woo, our Associate Director, who re-imagines a female Faust in this famous classic tale.To know more about the production, please visit http://www.nineyearstheatre.com/en/faustus.php
Gretel and Hansel
Gretel’s life is turned upside down when her new brother Hansel arrives. He gets all the attention, the cuddles and the kisses and poor Gretel is told to ‘grow up’ and remember that she’s ‘a big girl now’! But Gretel doesn’t want to be big! And she doesn’t want the annoying little brother who’s too small to play. When Mother and Father take the children to the forest, Gretel has a chance to get rid of the little brother once and for all. But the forest is full of danger and Gretel will have to learn to get along with Hansel if they are both going to survive the adventure. Based on the well-loved Brothers Grimm classic fairy tale, Gretel and Hansel is a heartfelt, humorous and exciting tale about sibling rivalry, family love, courage and understanding what it means to be a big sister! The two children become both characters and storytellers as they bring audiences on a thrilling, imaginative journey. Gretel and Hansel will help encourage children to work together, appreciate their siblings and understand the importance of family love.
One Ticket, So March Value @ Scienc...
Enjoy admission to five key attractions at Science Centre Singapore with only one ticket! From now until 31 March 2019, dive into new experiences at Science Centre Singapore, Omni-Theatre, Butterflies Up-Close, The Inventions of Ancient Greece: Origins of Our Modern Technology exhibition and the Laser Maze Challenge from just $25* per person!ins(PI)reGet ready to memorise as many Pi digits as possible during our annual Pi Week celebration, or simply join our gallery trail as we explore Pi through various activities and games that will bring about a greater appreciation for this mathematical constant.Omni-TheatreIf you love all things space-related, then a trip to Omni-Theatre is just perfect for you! From Space Next 3D which offers us a glimpse into the possibilities of space research and developments, to the latest The Adventures of Rosetta and Philae movie that covers the history of how a spacecraft embark on a mission to reach the ancient comet 67P – there’s just something for everyone at Southeast Asia’s first 8K 3D digital dome theatre!Butterflies Up-CloseAre you a nature lover? Then head down to Science Centre Singapore’s very own butterfly sanctuary Butterflies Up-Close! Join our daily guided tour at 2.30pm as we go on an immersive journey through the different stages of butterfly metamorphosis.The Inventions of Ancient Greece: Origins of Our Modern TechnologyDon’t miss this chance to visit The Inventions of Ancient Greece: Origins of Our Modern Technology travelling exhibition that will be open until 24 March 2019. Join us as we venture back in time to discover the marvels of ancient Greek inventions in the field of science and technology! Our guides will also share more details about these ingenious inventions, and engage you in fun hands-on activities such as photo-taking and DIY flower crown activities.Laser Maze ChallengeAre you nimble, are you quick – and are you up for a challenge? Relax your muscles, harness your inner “ninja” and manoeuvre through a dense field of laser beams to exit the maze in the shortest possible amount of time!At Science Centre Singapore, we have tons of fun and enriching activities for everyone!*Terms apply.
ACM - Raffles in Southeast Asia: Re...
Sir Stamford Raffles was an official with the British East India Company stationed in Southeast Asia between 1805 and 1824. He is known for establishing Singapore as a British port, as the author of The History of Java, and as a collector of natural history and cultural materials. Opinions of Raffles have changed over time. He has been viewed as a scholarly expert on the region, a progressive reformer, a committed imperialist, and even a plagiariser.In keeping with the Asian Civilisations Museum’s mission to explore encounters and connections, this exhibition presents a complex, multilayered picture of Raffles while presenting the rich artistic and cultural heritage of Java and the Malay world.
Have you ever imagined yourself rafting across extremely strong currents, firing at enemies while precariously balancing off the edge of a high-rise building and bracing yourself against a stormy blizzard that threatens to blow you away?Opening for the first time ever in Singapore is one of the biggest VR Theme Parks in Southeast Asia - HeadRock VR promises to bring out the adventurer in you with an unforgettable, larger-than-life experience.With different themes and 11 extreme attractions to choose from, a thrilling adventure awaits!
In an Instant: Polaroid at the Inte...
In an Instant: Polaroid at the Intersection of Art and TechnologyIn an age where apps provide instant services and smartphones allow us to capture just about anything and everything in an instant, the culture of now has never been so prevalent. Its origins can arguably be traced back to the late 1940s when Edwin Land first introduced the Polaroid camera to the world, marking a technological breakthrough in the history of photography. Instant photography was born, predating the digital age in which we live today. Polaroid’s unique qualities inspired artists and photographers including Andy Warhol, Ansel Adams, Lucas Samaras and Barbara Crane, while capturing the imagination of everyone else. Allowing people to share their pictures with a click of the shutter – memorialising that special moment in a matter of seconds – Polaroid was very much the social network of its time. Through a wide range of Polaroid artworks and artefacts, this exhibition offers insight into the story of Polaroid photography, while exploring the impact of instant photography and this social phenomenon of instantaneity on us today.Image caption: © The Guy Bourdin Estate 2018 / Courtesy of Louise Alexander Gallery
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Muse...
Get acquainted with the incredible world of biodiversity at Singapore’s one and only natural history museum. Be awed by our three real and gigantic sauropod dinosaurs that take centre stage at the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. Learn about the biologically diverse ecosystem of Southeast Asia through our 2,000 specimens and interactive displays. Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum looks forward to engage visitors on biodiversity, environment and conservation topics in and of South-east Asia. The iconic rock-like building, located at National University of Singapore, 2 Conservatory Drive Singapore 117377, will be a one-stop exhibition, education and research facility servicing a multitude of biodiversity activities in Singapore and the region.
Minimalism at National Gallery Sing...
See more through less at the first Minimalism exhibition in Southeast Asia. National Gallery Singapore and ArtScience Museum collaborate for the first time to present the region’s first exhibition focusing on Minimalism. Led by the National Gallery Singapore and set across these two sites, over 150 works will explore the history and legacy of this ground-breaking art movement, which continues to influence a wide range of art forms and practitioners across the world today. Featuring international artists like Mark Rothko, Donald Judd, Anish Kapoor, Ai Weiwei, and Mona Hatoum, as well as Singaporean artists like Kim Lim, Tang Da Wu, and Jeremy Sharma.The exhibition at National Gallery Singapore will display close to 100 artworks and explore the origins and development of Minimal art and ideas from its inception to the present day, as well as present Minimalism’s ongoing influence on contemporary artists, performance, music and film. The exhibition also features immersive site-specific installations and programmes, as well as unique experiences such as the Martin Creed Café takeover of the Gallery & Co. café.
National Gallery Singapore - Genera...
National Gallery Singapore is a new visual arts institution which oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. The Gallery is housed in two national monuments—former Supreme Court and City Hall—that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting venue in the heart of the Civic District.Reflecting Singapore’s unique heritage and geographical location, the Gallery will feature Singapore and Southeast Asian art in its long-term and special exhibitions. It will also work with leading museums worldwide to co-present Southeast Asian art in a wider context, positioning Singapore as a regional and international hub for the visual arts. DBS Gallery presents Siapa Nama Kamu?: Art in Singapore since the 19th Century "Siapa Nama Kamu?" means "What is your name?" The inaugural exhibition of the DBS Singapore Gallery poses this question, inviting visitors to consider how art may relate to issues of self and community, and what it means to look at Singapore through its art.Drawing on close to 400 works, it explores the influences and practices that have shaped and transformed Singapore art. Each artwork provides insights into why and how an artist responded to his surroundings and circumstances. Taken as a whole, the wide range of artworks reflects the complexities involved in telling this extensive story. UOB Southeast Asia Gallery presents Between Declarations and Dreams: Art of Southeast Asia since the 19th Century If one thing characterises Southeast Asia, it is change. A meeting point for major civilisations, religions and colonial powers, it has experienced a tumultuous social and political history, marked by a complex relationship between local traditions and influences from the West.Between Declarations and Dreams looks at Southeast Asian art’s continuous encounter with the new, and how artists negotiated meaning and expression as they grappled with change. A powerful exhibition, it displays close to 400 artworks, as well as rare books and artefacts.
TPM: Amek Gambar (Taking Pictures) ...
The invention of photography in 1839 led to a revolutionary way of understanding and seeing the world. By 1841 the technology had arrived in Singapore, and gradually spread throughout Southeast Asia. The Peranakan community was among the earliest resident groups to be photographed. The first images of babas and nyonyas that survive were taken in about 1857.Peranakans were quick to exploit the potential of the new visual form. From ritual spaces to personal albums, from intimate lockets to social media, the presence of the photographic image in Peranakan cultural life in the last 160 years reveals the typically diverse ways an old community has grappled with this visual medium in expressing identity, tradition, locality, modernity, nationality, and art.The exhibition includes studio and amateur photographs of Peranakans across Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Myanmar. In celebration of a donation by Mr and Mrs Lee Kip Lee of more than 2,500 photographs to the Peranakan Museum, this exhibition explores the multifaceted role of photography in the lives of Peranakans.
Virtual Selfie Studio
Palfie Pix is Singapore's first ever virtual selfie studio that’ll bring your photo-taking experience to the next level. With up to 60,000 high-tech virtual backgrounds, you'll be able to capture loads of fun shots with friends effortlessly.There's no need to have a photographer on hand either - visitors will just need to select their backdrop of choice, press the shutter, and see their images come to life. So whether for a family fun time, a team-bonding activity, a pre-wedding photoshoot, or just hanging out with your buddies, head down to Palfie Pix for a fun new experience.
Pop-Up Spice Odyssey by At-Sunrice ...
Wouldn’t you like to savour a different type of culinary event? Imagine going on a journey through several tantalizing ‘kingdoms’, each with a particular herb or spice serving as the basis of some truly amazing recipes. Come hungry to be delighted. You will sample more than 30 intricate tapas (savoury and sweet) passionately prepared by our graduating students, as they display their creativity and outrageous talent in ingenious culinary creations. Spice Odyssey pops up every five weeks. Only 40 seats are available for each event. Book your place today!"A new and memorable experience!" - Nuridah, Shell EP International "The evening was really great fun. Everyone had an unusual experience and a fantastic time!" - Michelle Wong, Asia-Pacific BreweriesSince its establishment in 2001, At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy has been renowned for its iconic Spice Odyssey™ experience which brings participants on a thrilling discovery into the world of natural spices used in global cuisines. Spice Odyssey has traditionally been a capstone project for our aspiring global chefs and F&B professionals just before graduating from the Academy. Now you can savour their culinary delights when you visit our Spice Odyssey kingdoms with intriguing names like Aromatics, Intoxicants, Rainbow, Survival, Sex & Sensuality. Come, pick up new tips to fire up your kitchen with aphrodisiac properties, authentic influences, healing powers and the spiritual connection of spices.*Ticket sales end 24 hours prior to each show.
Raga ULA by Bharathaa Arts
Ula is a body of devotional Tamil literature that dates back to the Pallava period (275 CE to 897 CE), focused on the veneration of a deity during a temple procession and expressed through the eyes of women.The first part of the ula typically exalts the bedecked idol with its entourage of gods, goddesses, sages and demi gods. In the second half, the deity is described through the seven stages of womanhood: as a playmate, a lover, or one who gives spiritual guidance.In this production, Bharathaa Arts presents a dance production based on Chokkanadar Ula, which depicts seven images of the Lord Shiva in different ornaments and riding a series of vahana (chariots). Each image corresponds to a stage of womanhood.First performed by Anjana Anand in Chennai, this restaging features female dancers of different ages reviving the beautiful ancient literature through bharatanatyam. With music by Bhagavatulu Seetarama Sarma, ULA will transport you back to a time where the temple was the cultural centre of poetry, music and dance.
SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: SABINE ME...
Andrew Litton, conductorSabine Meyer, clarinet ROBERT CASTEELS Ouverture Spirituelle (SSO Commission / World Premiere)MOZART Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622TCHAKOVSKY Suite No. 4 "Mozartiana"The celebrated clarinettist Sabine Meyer, who has played with more than 300 orchestras worldwide, finally makes her Singapore debut with the radiant joy and meditative serenity of Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto. The beauty of the work exemplifies the composer’s immortal appeal, which inspired Tchaikovsky to pay tribute via Mozartiana. Directed by Andrew Litton, this concert also features the world premiere of Singapore-based composer Robert Casteels’ Ouverture Spirituelle, commissioned by the SSO.Matchless beauty of tone… one of the greatest instrumentalists of our time, and her reputation is entirely justified.” - The Guardian on Sabine MeyerFor fans of wind music, check out SSO Chamber Series: Temptations of the Saintly Pot on 18 May 2019.
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.
Heart to Heart Talk - A Seminar on ...
Gain insights from heart specialists on cardiac preventions, advanced treatment options, and a special session on women’s heart health in this health seminar.Dr Jeremy Chow : Sudden Cardiac Death: Can it be prevented? Most people will associate sudden cardiac death to heart attack. Sudden cardiac death is usually due to a sudden ventricular arrhythmia whereas heart attack is due to acute blockage of the coronary artery. Prevention of heart attack lies in the identification and control of risk factors. Can sudden cardiac death be prevented? Early identification of risk markers by screening may be able to identify those at risk and preventive actions can be taken.Dr Goh Ping Ping - Heart Disease in Women - Preventing through Screening. Heart disease is a leading cause of death but is often under-recognized in women. Learn how symptoms of heart disease in women differ from men. Women need to know their risk level and how to effectively detect and prevent heart disease.Dr Tan Chong Hiok - Preventing a broken heart. Heart attack breaks heart. There are many common questions patients ask us cardiologists on how to prevent a heart attack. Questions such as: How does a heart attack happen. Is a By-pass operation the only way to treat this? This talk will try to answer some the most commonly asked questions.Dr Chuang Hsuan Hung - Living With Wounded Heart You or your love ones might be suddenly struck by heart attack or viral infection attacking heart muscle. Even if you survive the initial event, you may not feel the same again. It is like asking you to carry out your routine, but yet you can only perform at only half your previous capacity. It is a slow and torturous process that might slowly suffocates you and cause you to retain fluid in your body. This is heart failure. While the outlook for heart failure might not be promising, medical advances through a combination of better medications, heart failure surgeries and devices have added both years to life and life to years.Early bird ticket prices end 2 March.Presented by Channel NewsAsia and Asian Heart and Vascular Centre.
IN ONE VOICE - A Choral Concert by ...
Venture Music Asia Ltd and DariusMusic are proud to present the debut concert of the newly formed Voices of Singapore Choral Society. Led by Artistic Director Darius Lim, the VOS Choral Society was founded with goal of inspiring Singapore through singing. Join us in a special day of music by a most diverse range of Singaporean choral groups ranging from community groups to award-winning school choirs and independent vocal ensembles. Featuring choirs VOCO Singapore Ladies Choir, VOCE Men's Choir, The Choral Scholars, The Coronation Singers, Volare Treble Voices and many more!
SIFAS Presents | SAPTADVIKA A MUS...
A MUSIC ENSEMBLE CELEBRATING 70 YEARS OF SIFASAs part of the SIFAS Festival of Classical Indian Music, Dance & Arts 2019A tribute to the 70th Anniversary of SIFAS, SAPTADVIKA is a unique Classical Carnatic concert showcasing original compositions embodied by the theme of the number 7 with an ensemble led by the Gurus of SIFAS, featuring alumni and multi-ethnic local artistes. The universality of Classical Indian music is captured in the blending of traditional Indian, Chinese, Malay and Western musical instruments with compositions weaved around the number 7 or its multiple based ragas and thalas in a variety of flavours and colours.Conceptualised and conducted by SIFAS Guru Tripunithura Sreekanth and Chaitanya Kumar, they are joined by the following repertoire of artistes:Nishanth Thiagarajan (Vocal)SIFAS Guru Chaitanya Kumar (Flute)Surup Thatachar (Violin)Archana Kumaraswamy (Veena)Muthu Subramaniam (Mridangam)G Lakshmanan (Tabla)Tony Makarome (Morsing & Konnakol)Timothy O’Dwyer (Saxaphone)Cheryl Ong (Chinese Drums)Riduan Zalani (Malay Drums)Mahesh Parameswaran (Ghatam)This performance is presented in collaboration with The Esplanade as part of the 18th edition of the SIFAS Festival of Classical Indian Music, Dance & Arts 2019.
The Manfreds Live in Singapore
Catch the original Manfred Mann members Paul Jones, Mike D'abo and Tom McGuinness, alongside new members Marcus Cliffe, Simon Currie and Frank Tontoh, perform their classic hits, including Do Wah Diddy Diddy, Pretty Flamingo and more on 24 March 2019, 7.30PM!
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