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'ER HU MASTER' GEORGE GAO SIAN CHA...
Hailed as one of the most exciting, innovative and respected erhu masters today, the Gemini Award nominated erhu master George Gao began studying the erhu at the age of six, a few years later, he won First Prize at the Shanghai Junior Instrumental Soloist Competition and a Silver Medal at the China National Junior Instrumental Soloist Contest in 1982. In 1985, he swept the three highest prizes of the Beijing China National Invitational erhu Competition. In 1999, He won a Recognition Award for his appearance at the 13th World Festival for Young Students in Pyongyang, North Korea.George Gao studied at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.After winning the first prize in the Beijing National Erhu Competition, George Gao launched on a truly international performing career. He toured the US, Canada, France, Germany, Denmark, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China extensively and featured as a soloist with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, Taiwan National Chinese Orchestra, National Arts Center Symphony Orchestra, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and I Musici etc. George Gao has also performed many recitals, including appearances at the Glenn Gould Studio, the Royal Conservatory of Music (Toronto), City Hall Concert Hall (Hong Kong), and the National Concert Hall (Taipei). Billions of people around the world have watched him on CCTV, China's most watched TV station.George Gao is a hot session player, his erhu performance is frequently recorded by many world renowned composers, film, record producers. George is featured in the soundtrack for the popular science fiction television program Earth: Final Conflict, which has been nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music.An enthusiast of many musical styles, George organized the Beijing rock band Red Maple Leaf and the pop group Snowman. In Toronto, he collaborated with many world music artists including Jesse Cook, Donald Quan, Ron Korb and joined many world music ensembles such as Bowfire, Silk Orchestra, George Gao Ensemble and Memento. He has pioneered the development of new music for the erhu, fusing traditional Chinese music with jazz, Western Classical music, New Age, and other ethnic music from different world cultures.As a composer, George Gao has composed music for many films and documentaries. He co-composed with Brian Keane for Bill Moyer's Productions/Lenon Documentary 3 part documentary film Becoming American, the Chinese Experience. In 2006, George Gao has co-composed and recorded the sound tracks for the Oscar winning short documentary The Blood of Yingzhou District. In 2010, The Warriors of Qiugang, another short documentary which George Gao has co-composed and recorded, has nominated by an Oscar again. George Gao is also a songwriter who has a few hit songs in China. He has written many erhu works including Capriccio for Erhu, which was designated as compulsory work for the final round of the 2002 International Dragon Cup Erhu Competition and Erhu Capriccio No. 2 - Mongolian Fantasy, which was designated as compulsory work for the final round of the 2008 Shanghai Spring Festival International Erhu Competition and 2011 Taipei Chinese Instrumental Competition for Erhu.
6th WBAS Youth Band Festival Concer...
The finale concert of the 6th WBAS Youth Band Festival showcases young musicians ranging from primary schools to tertiary institutions. Handpicked via auditions prior to the Festival, these outstanding young talents experience a week of music making in a dynamic and exciting setting where they are mentored by professional musicians and are led by conductors Mr Tay Kai Tze, Mr Adrian Chiang and Mr Masanori Fukuda from Japan.Programme for the evening range from classics such as Music for a Festival, Peterloo Overture, Song without Words, Prokofiev's March to all-time favourite pops Japanese Graffiti XII and Latin Gold.Special appearance by the faculty ensemble performing Persichetti Serenade No. 1.
A Mass for Peace
PROGRAMMEKARL JENKINSThe Armed Man: A Mass for PeaceMARK HAYESWhat Sweeter Music: Festival of CarolsComposed by Karl Jenkins in 2000, The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace is a moving work of tremendous breadth and soaring drama. Based on one of the most popular tunes of the 15th century, L'Homme Armé, Jenkins weaves in musical and literary elements from various cultures ancient and modern to create a poignant message of world peace.In What Sweeter Music, Mark Hayes presents an ingenious arrangement of classic carols and original compositions for chorus, piano and orchestra. Together, the songs form a seamless medley that tells the traditional Christmas story faithfully and affectionately.FEATURINGKhor Ai Ming, conductorEsther Maureen Kelly, sopranoVocal Associates Festival ChorusVocal Associates Festival Children’s ChoirVocal Associates Festival Youth Choir
Coffee Morning & Afternoon Tea Gol...
Join songstress Yuan Jin as she brings you back the exuberant world of old Shanghai in the ‘30s and ‘40s with all-time classics made popular by the divas including Zhou Xuan, Li Xiang Lan, Bai Guang, Wu Ying Yin and more.Coffee and tea will be provided before the performance at the Concert Hall foyer.
Diva VS Queen
DIVA VS QUEEN – Who will Win?!What do you get when you pit smooth, classy Jazz-pop against bright and sassy Getai? Sparks, laughs, and one-upmanship!!! Watch Nikki Muller the Diva and her Jazz-pop ensemble of Alemay Fernandez, Denise Tan, Olinda Cho, Jill Marie Thomas SING OFF against Queen Audrey Luo and her Getai band of Sebastian Tan aka Broadway Beng, Suhami Yusof, The Shining Sisters, and Wang Weiliang in a one-night only concert at the Esplanade Concert Hall! To top things off, multi-talented singer Joanna Dong, who switches easily between musical genres, will show you how to do both Jazz-pop AND Getai with style!Whether you support Jazz-pop or are a fan of Getai (or both!), you can expect an entertaining night of power-packed singing, witty repartee, and rip roaring good fun, as the local songbirds and celebrities battle it out, all in the name of charity! Proudly brought to you by FLY Entertainment, this Charity Concert in aid of the Woodbridge Hospital Charity Fund is helmed by acclaimed creative director Irene Ang, composer/music director Elaine Chan with dance choreography by Andy Benjamin Cai, one of Singapore’s top dancers and choreographers.So book your tickets now and find out who will win in DIVA vs QUEEN, and do your part for charity! Proceeds from tickets sales go to the Woodbridge Hospital Charity Fund to support programmes for persons with mental health conditions.
Esplanade Presents | Pentas Zainal...
Usher in 2019 with Dato' Zainalabidin and Headwind as they bring you on a musical journey that spans 35 years. Sing along to evergreen favourites such as Hijau, Hanya Di Radio, Segalanya Mungkin, Kita Serupa and many more!Winner of Best Album, Best Vocal and Best Musical Arrangement at Malaysia’s annual Anugerah Industry Muzik (music industry award), Dato’ Zainal Abidin is well known for his unique style and lyrics that often reflect his love for humanity and the environment. He was also awarded the Anugerah Cinta Planet Muzik (Love for the Planet Music Award) at MediaCorp Radio’s annual Anugerah Planet Muzik, for his contributions and efforts in the conservation of the environment.
Eternal Blossoming of the Red Flowe...
Festival Winds Honour Band Concert
Presented by the Band Directors’ Association (Singapore), and supported by Singapore Polytechnic and ABRSM, Festival Winds aims to provide a premier musical experience for students throughout Singapore from Secondary Schools and Tertiary Institutions.Participants will go through 4 days of intensive training and learning during the festival. At the end of the festival, they will present themselves at a concert that demonstrates their growth and development, at the Esplanade Concert Hall.Conducted by esteemed conductors Dr Leonard Tan and Mr Joost Flach, this concert will be the culmination of 4 days of learning and fun! Catch your Band Director in action as well, as Band directors from around Singapore will come together in a rare appearance to perform together.
Gala Concert 2018: A Pearl Celebrat...
This November, the Singapore Lyric Opera celebrates Nancy Yuen's 30th anniversary in opera. As one of Asia’s most outstanding singers, she has performed in multiple starring roles such as Madama Butterfly, Aida, Romilda (Xerxes), Violetta (La Traviata) Mimi (La Bohéme) and Micaela (Carmen) among others. Join us at the Esplanade Concert Hall as we revisit the highlights of her career, it’s an anniversary celebration not to be missed!Featured Guest Lee Jae WookConductor Jason LaiAlso Featuring Singapore Lyric Opera Chorus, Singapore Lyric Opera Children’s Choir, Singapore Lyric Opera Orchestra
Kalaa Utsavam - Indian Festival of ...
“Few bands in the contemporary indie scene in the country have been able to sustain that momentum, transcending language barriers, on the back of just that one album as haveAvial.”-The HinduThere is nothing quite like the music Avial makes. Just a decade ago at a time when the indie rock scene in India was dominated by English-singing groups, the self-styled Kerala-based band made headlines with their genre-bending, moody brand of alternative Malayalam rock, written in their native tongue. Despite language differences in and outside of India, they continue to receive overwhelming responses, evident in the huge turnouts wherever they play.Not many in Indian alternative rock come close to replicating the band’s feat, or have found success producing music that permeates India’s multilingual society with such immediacy and emotional appeal. To their legions of fans all over India and the subcontinent, Avial will always be the band that “shuns all norms” (Rolling Stone India).Since 2003, Avial have been making music together, taking inspiration from a broad swathe of musical influences including electronic, folk and alternative rock, and infusing them with earthy Malayalam poetry on social and political issues. Their self-titled debut, which took four years to produce—and which swept up six awards at the Rolling Stone Jack Daniels Rock Awards in 2009—comprises eight tracks including their most popular singles Nada Nada and Chekele (a cover of a Malayalam folk song). The current line-up features vocalist Tony John, guitarist Rex Vijayan, drummer Mithun Puthenveetil and bassist Binny Isaac. Catch the legendary band as they make their debut in Singapore this November. This year also marks the 10th anniversary of their eponymous debut album. For more details about Kalaa Utsavam 2018, visit www.esplanade.com/kalaautsavam
Kalaa Utsavam - Indian Festival of ...
Hailing from a lineage of five generations of sitar players, Niladri Kumar is a world renowned and global icon. Under the guidance, and numerous years of training from his Father and guru pandit Kartick Kumar, Niladri went on to revolutionise the style of sitar-playing and invented his own instrument, which he coined the zitar. He was the first to go electric. Niladri is hailed as a serious exponent of Indian music who has a youth appeal.It has been his constant endeavor to increase the interest and respect for this traditional art form in the younger generation, by making it accessible to them in a form they are more familiar with and better attuned to.Today, critics have praised his mastery of the sitar and his swiftness and magical ability to produce soul-stirring compositions which has earned him the nickname “Asian Hendrix”. Niladri leaves every music lover, orthodox or progressive, spellbound at his performances. Joining him in this concert are Satyajit Talwalkar on the tabla, Agnelo Fernandes on the keyboard, and Shikhar Naad Qureshi on percussion. The concert showcases his slick ability to play the sitar and zitar.For more details about Kalaa Utsavam 2018, visit www.esplanade.com/kalaautsavam
Lea Salonga: The Human Heart
Known across the world for her powerful voice and perfect pitch, Lea Salonga is a singer and actress who is best known for her Tony Award-winning role in Miss Saigon. In addition to the Tony, she has won the Olivier, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Theatre World Awards, in the field of musical theatre. She was also the first Asian to play Eponine in the musical Les Misérables on Broadway and returned to the beloved show as Fantine in the 2006 revival. Many fans of all ages recognise Lea as the singing voice of Princess Jasmine from Aladdin and Fa Mulan for Mulan and Mulan II. For her portrayal of the beloved princesses, the Walt Disney Company bestowed her with the honour of Disney Legend in August 2011.Lea most recently starred in the Broadway revival of Once on This Island as the Goddess of Love, Erzulie, and also serves as a judge on The Philippines hit version of The Voice. In 2017, Lea released two albums—Bahaghari, an album of traditional Filipino songs which serves as a reflection of all the intricate and different languages found in the Philippines to help preserve the island nation’s dynamic culture, and Blurred Lines, her electrifying live album which was recorded during her sold-out run at Feinstein’s / 54Below the year before.
Limelight 2018 by Fairfield Method...
Fairfield Choir is a choir with a rich choral tradition, starting out in 1960 as a group under the Music Society. In 1975, the choir took part in National Day Celebrations for the first time and the choristers sang on board a float decorated by our very own schoolteachers. In 1977, the choir clinched the first position in the choral section of the Arts Festival as well as Youth festival. The choir was also invited to sing at the first festival of arts in the same year. Although it began as an all girls’ group, Fairfield Choir became a mixed choir in 1987. With a fine record of several distinctions, awards in the SYF competition, it was one of the pioneer choirs in the choral excellence programme in 1988. Since then, the choir has won many accolades for its stellar performances locally and internationally.In 1991, the choir won the coveted “Choir of the Year” award in the 2nd Singapore Youth Festival competition. It also clinched the “Best Secondary School Choir” award in 1995 with a Certificate of Distinction. In the subsequent SYF choral competitions, Fairfield Choir was awarded three Silver awards, four Gold awards, one Gold with Hours award, and three Certifications of Distinction. Fairfield Choir was also one of the selected choirs to perform at the Esplanade on 25th July 2005 for the SYF opening ceremony.Fairfield Choir had its first overseas trip to Perth, Australia in 1994. The choir performed at various places to share and spread the good reputation of Fairfield as a singing school. Using their musical talents as singing ambassadors for the Lord, Fairfield Choir was awarded Silver awards at the International Festival of Advent and Christmas Music with Petr Eben’s Prize held at Czech Republic, Prague, 2002, at the VIII Concorso Corale In international, Riva del Garda, Italy, 2004 and at the International Festival of Advent and Christmas Music, Bratislava, Slovakia, 2010. The choir also achieved the International Gold Zlata award at the 34th International Festival of Songs, Olomouc, Prague, 2006.Fairfield Choir is honoured to have had so many opportunities to showcase their talents both locally and abroad. Aware of the rich choral legacy they have to uphold, the choristers put in many hours each week to hone their abilities. They currently train under the guidance of Mr Yong Chee Foon and Mrs Wynne On. Bringing the arts to communities in need through Limelight Half of the ticket proceeds will go toward supporting Esplanade’s community engagement programmes which bring the arts to at-risk youth, the elderly, people with special needs and other underserved communities.
Limelight 2018 by Nan Chiau High S...
The Nan Chiau High School (NCHS) Choir was formed in 2001 with a vision of developing students with the passion for choral singing while, at the same time, providing a platform to discover and nurture students’ musical talents. Today, the NCHS Choir stands firm in her belief in raising the standards of choral singing and has since embarked on a rich and eventful journey.The choir has been actively participating in school and public performances such as the Annual Speech Day, Biannual Arts Festival, as well as the school musical Equilibrium. The choir has also participated in overseas competitions and clinched Gold Awards in the 21st Century International Choral Festival cum Competition 2007 and Winter Choral Festival 2010. Locally, the choir has been awarded Gold and Certificate of Distinction for the Singapore Youth Festival since 2007.Choral music is the core of the choir's humanity, it is their sense of community and souls. With choral music, they will uncover the many facets of the human spirit and reconnect with the soul—from deep spirituality of sacred music, to the raw energy of Hungarian folksong, to the enchanting glow of Scandinavian music, to the glorious majesty of 21st-century film music, to the fun and frivolity of children game songs of Taiwan and Japan.Tonight, the NCHS Choir wishes to take you on an odyssey over time and space through choral music from 4 continents—Europe, Asia, and North and South America. In this epic journey through different genres of music, they will explore sacred music from the European masters such as Gabriel Faure and Benjamin Britten; they will uncover the charm of various European and Asian folk music; and they will also give you a glimpse of jazz and a touch of pop. The NCHS Choir aim to transport you from the sunny shores of Singapore to the bitter cold of Lapland in Finland, from the present to the Romantic Era and back to the 21st century.In tonight’s concert, you can look forward to the soothing sounds of the classics such as Cantique de Jean Racine by Gabriel Faure, and familiar favourites such as Home by Dick Lee. You will also be thrilled by the rhythms of South America in Salmo 150 by Ernani Aguiar. Come join the NCHS Choir tonight and reunite with your soul through music as they celebrate our humanity through song!Bringing the arts to communities in need through Limelight Half of the ticket proceeds will go toward supporting Esplanade’s community engagement programmes which bring the arts to at-risk youth, the elderly, people with special needs and other underserved communities.
Limelight 2018 by Paya Lebar Metho...
The passionate Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Secondary) Choir, also known as One Voice, has been contributing actively to the vibrant cultural life of the school and external organisations. The all-girls youth choir has been actively participating in choral workshops, festivals, competitions and performances during festivities like Christmas and Chinese New Year.As a mark of its excellent choral programme, the choir consistently receives recognition at the Singapore Youth Festival by achieving Gold Awards in 2005, 2009 and 2011. In 2013, the choir was selected by the President's and Prime Minister's Office to perform at the National Day Observance Ceremony in the Istana.under the choral direction and leadership of their conductor, Ms Choy Siew Woon, the choir received a Certificate of Distinction at the Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation in 2013, 2015 and 2017.This year, One Voice debuts at Limelight in 2018 with Songs of Innocence and Joy, a whimsical programme of choral works from all around the world. The concert culminates in a collaboration between the choir and the PLMGS Harp Ensemble, in Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols, ushering in the Advent season! Bringing the arts to communities in need through Limelight Half of the ticket proceeds will go toward supporting Esplanade’s community engagement programmes which bring the arts to at-risk youth, the elderly, people with special needs and other underserved communities.
OMM GOES TO THE MOVIES 3
Seow Yibin, conductorOrchestra of the Music MakersJonathan Shin – The Night BazaarBernard Herrmann – Psycho: Suite for StringsJohn Williams – Jaws: Theme; Out to Sea; Shark Cage FugueHoward Shore – Return of the King: The White TreeMichael Giacchino – Themes from Star Trek (2009), Into Darkness and BeyondJohn Ottman – X-Men Apocalypse: End CreditsAlan Silvestri – The Avengers: Main ThemeJerry Goldsmith – Mulan: SuiteJohn Powell – Suite from How To Train Your DragonJohn Williams – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone: Hedwig’s ThemeJohn Williams – Star Wars – The Last Jedi: The Rebellion is RebornGeorge S. Clinton – Shagadelic Suite: The Music of Austin Powers John Barry – GoldfingerMichael Giacchino – The Incredibles: SuiteBack by popular demand, OMM Goes to the Movies returns with the most iconic and latest symphonic film scores. Follow Conductor Seow Yibin and the Orchestra of the Music Makers on a spellbinding musical trek to Middle Earth in a galaxy far, far away with music from Star Wars, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and Star Trek. Also relive the most epic adventures of your favourite heroes, mutants, and dragons through the original scores to X-Men, The Avengers, Mulan, How to Train Your Dragon, The Incredibles and many more. Get ready for an immersive experience with 3D symphonic sound – truly, all around you.
SNYO Pre-Tour Concert - Journey of ...
Singapore National Youth OrchestraPeter Stark, conductorPacho Flores, trumpet LEE JIA YI Bloom for OrchestraSNYO Commission, World PremiereARUTIUNIANTrumpet ConcertoELGAR Enigma Variations, Op. 36Performing Elgar's Enigma Variations, Arutiunian’s thrilling trumpet concerto, and a newly commissioned composition by young Singaporean composer Lee Jia Yi, SNYO’s pre-tour concert will feature Deutsche Grammophon exclusive artiste Pacho Flores, with their Principal Guest Conductor Peter Stark. Next stop: Guangzhou and Hong Kong, on a Journey of Friendship.
SSO 40TH ANNIVERSARY GALA
Lan Shui, conductorLim Yan, piano LEONG YOON PIN Dayong Sampan Overture IVES The Unanswered QuestionBEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat major, Op. 73 "Emperor"BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92 40 years ago, the meditative mysteries of Ives’ The Unanswered Question and the majestic strides of Beethoven’s Emperor Piano Concerto resounded in our inaugural concert in January 1979. We pay tribute to Leong Yoon Pin (1932 - 2011), the most important of Singapore’s pioneering composers, whose Dayong Sampan Overture was the first Singaporean composition ever played by the SSO. Join us as we celebrate our 40th birthday! Hear another powerful Romantic piano concerto, the Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2 on 12 Apr 2019.
SSO GALA CONCERTS: RACHMANINOV PIAN...
Lionel Bringuier, conductorBehzod Abduraimov, piano RAVEL La ValseLUTOSLAWSKI Concerto for OrchestraRACHMANINOV Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18 The Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2: dark majesty, breathtaking Romanticism. The Lutoslawski Concerto for Orchestra, “an episodic symbiosis with folk music”. Ravel’s bewitching La Valse, a spine-tingling tribute to the waltz, hypnotic and exhilarating, intoxicating and elegant, ending in astonishment. This SSO Gala teams up two up-and-coming young artistes, French conductor Lionel Bringuier and Uzbek pianist Behzod Abduraimov. “This is a pianist who has it all: silky delicacy, mighty thunder-power, rare clarity” – Seattle Times
SSO GALA: MISSA SOLEMNIS • MASAAKI ...
Masaaki Suzuki, conductorSingapore Symphony ChorusRachel Nicholls, sopranoMarianne Kielland, mezzo-sopranoJames Gilchrist, tenorChristian Immler, bassBEETHOVEN Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 1231819. The year Singapore was founded, the year Beethoven wrote the first notes of his splendid Missa Solemnis, one of his greatest achievements. He wrote on the opening page: "From the heart - may it return to the heart" - this grand choral statement of conviction stars the Singapore Symphony Chorus directed by famed Japanese maestro Masaaki Suzuki.The majestic sound of orchestra and choir can also be heard in our Baroque Festival: Music for Kings and Queens, 6 Oct 2018.
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