What to see, watch and listen from home #2
Brighten up your stay-home mood with these online arts and culture offerings, from recordings of music concerts to theatrical performances. Scroll on for our top picks.
Music Tuesdays: Art In Music
Feast your senses on this Singapore Chinese Orchestra performance which marries music with the visual arts. This recording, of a 2019 concert, features digital projections of paintings as well as Chinese ink pieces painted live by artist Lin Lu Zai while the Orchestra plays. Be mesmerised by Music Tuesdays: Art In Music here.
Hug The Tree
Entertain the little ones with this recorded theatrical performance about deforestation, commissioned by the National Arts Council for its Arts in Your Neighbourhood programme. The performance is based on an Indian folktale and it centres around a group of villagers who unite to save trees in their community. Stream Hug The Tree here.
StellaVee – Concert Highlights From Say Whaaat?
Be charmed by this recording of a concert featuring Mandopop duo Stellavee. This pair of homegrown singer-songwriters showcased their unique sound at the Esplanade last November with original works such as A Friend Says and Tears from the Sky. Catch StellaVee – Concert Highlights From Say Whaaat? here.
People And Places
The Singapore Art Museum might be closed for redevelopment, but you can still take a look at works in its collection. This online exhibition presents 20 Southeast Asian contemporary works that look at urban living in modern cities. Discover the works in People And Places here.
Symphony In The Gardens
Experience the great outdoors at home with this Singapore Symphony Orchestra concert held at Gardens by the Bay. This recording, of a concert in March, features well-loved classical pieces by Mozart and Tchaikovsky. The orchestra is led by conductor Darrell Ang. Watch Symphony In The Gardens here.
(Photos: National Arts Council, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore Chinese Orchestra and Singapore Symphony Orchestra)