What to see, watch and listen from home #1 | The A List
Enjoy the arts from the comfort of your home with virtual exhibitions and livestreamed performances. (Photo: Singapore Symphony Orchestra)

What to see, watch and listen from home #1 | The A List

If you are staying home and looking for virtual experiences to stay inspired, the arts and culture scene online offers rich pickings. Check out our top picks and share them with friends who are bored or need cheering up.

Mahler Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection”

Don’t miss the online premiere of this recorded performance by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. It features a popular piece by Mahler that evokes the majesty of resurrection and the sublime afterlife. The concert held last year, marked the swansong of the orchestra’s former conductor Lan Shui. Catch the orchestra’s online premiere of Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection” here.

Good People

Organise a new kind of watch party and catch the play, Good People, first staged by homegrown theatre company The Necessary Stage in 2006. The riveting production centres on the relationship between a medical director, a worn-out nurse and a terminally ill drug addict. Catch the play Good People here for free until 16 April.

MFO × DJ KoFlow

Celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven with this performance by the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra and turntablist DJ KoFlow. They turn Beethoven’s popular Fifth Symphony into a genre-defying blend of classical, pop and electronic music, which promises to win over contemporary listeners. This show was staged at the Esplanade. Watch MFO × DJ KoFlow here.


Explore the Bukit Panjang neighbourhood without leaving your home. Podscape, a recently launched podcast series as part of the National Arts Council’s Arts in Your Neighbourhood programme, stitches personal stories about the neighbourhood together with unique soundscapes from the estate. Stream Podscape here.

Legend Of The White Snake

If you are looking for a palate cleanser, lend your ears to the Singapore Chinese Orchestra’s   opera performance of Legend of the White Snake. Tune in to the orchestral rendition of the popular Chinese folk tale Legend of the White Snake here.

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