What’s On This Weekend: 13 to 15 December 2019 | The A List
Take time this festive season to spend quality time with your loved ones with arts. Let music transport you back in time, bop to the beat of percussion drums and laugh heartily at a Christmas showcase. Keep reading for our picks this weekend.
Of Music And Story: River Of Life
Listen to stories about the Singapore River told through music at this concert by Ding Yi Music Company. The performance draws inspiration from the works of the late historian Han Shan Yuan and it will include the premiere of a piece of music by celebrated Singapore composer Law Wai Lun. Details about Of Music And Story: River Of Life here.
I Remember It All & Entah, Tak Tahu
Catch the opening weekend of a two-part exhibition by visual artist Seelan Palay and photographer Sahrom Mahat at Objectifs – Centre for Photography and Film in Middle Road. Seelan’s exhibition explores the ability of photographs to evoke memories while Sahrom’s show examines his cultural identity through photos. Details about I Remember It All & Entah, Tak Tahu here.
Lose yourself in the graceful movements of dancers from T.H.E Dance Company. The homegrown dance group will perform a work by the group’s founding artistic director Kuik Swee Boon, which examines the relationship between Man and the forces around him. Details about PheNoumenon here.
Drum Feng: Unleashed
Get your fix of heart-thumping music this weekend at a concert featuring the local percussion ensemble group, Drum Feng. The show at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre includes classical Chinese music pieces as well as originals compositions specially written for the show. Details about Drum Feng: Unleashed here.
Crazy Grinch Asians
If you need help getting into the jolly spirit of Christmas, give the Dream Academy’s Christmas extravaganza, staged at Capitol Theatre, a go. It stars well-loved Singapore comedians, including Kumar and Sebastian Tan, who is better known as Broadway Beng. Details about Crazy Grinch Asian here.
(Photos: Ding Yi Music Company, Objectifs – Centre for Photography and Film, T.H.E Dance Company, Drum Feng and Dream Academy)