Weekly Picks: Singapore (18 – 24 June 2018)

Suzhou Symphony Orchestra 2018 Asia Tour – Singapore by Suzhou Symphony Orchestra 18 June 2018

Maestro Chen Xieyang, along with the Suzhou Symphony Orchestra will present to you its programme featuring Profokiev’s epic tale of love and the powerful realism of Zhu Jian Er’s sonic world for the start for their Asian Tour 2018. The orchestra will perform all three Prokofiev suites from Romeo and Juliet to their Singapore audience.

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ENIGMA by Bradell Heights CCMC 24 June 2018

The Braddell Heights Symphony Orchestra presents a light-hearted concerto with two works by famous composers – Tchaikovsky and Elgar. Soloist Yew Shan will be performing Concerto in D major a piece written by Tchaikovsky together with Maestro Apo Hsu from Taiwan. Apart from Tchaikovsky, one can also indulge in Elgar Edward’s Enigma Variations in this one night only performance.

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How to survive as a freelance writer at Goodman Arts Centre 22 June 2018

The workshop shares tips on how to pitch to both print and online publications as well as questions such as what does it mean to be a freelance writer? and if this the pursuit for me? How to survive as a freelance writer is a workshop for anyone that is interested in journalism and/or freelance writing. The workshop shares tips and answers questions to those interested in the freelance writing fields and aspiring writers.

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Guan Gong – 关公 at Esplanade Theatre 22-23 June 2018

China’s first epic dance drama, Guan Gong is a story that depicts the death of Guan Gong through flashbacks from the end of his life. It depicts several flashbacks that represent  the immortal legend of the hero that lives up to the phrase, “righteousness heavy as the mountain,  famous and fear-inspiring throughout China”.

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Note for Note #skintones by The Arts House 23 June 2018

With the edition’s theme #skintones in mind, the theme invites us to look at life differently, as the event is a tête-à-tête between poet and musician. One poet’s muse can be another poet’s madness and how a musician can find harmony in discord. Note for Note presented by the Arts house is part of  Poetry with Music series. Artists will perform original works and showcase the harmonies of poetry and music, collaborating both in form and content.

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