What’s On This Weekend: 4 to 6 January

What’s On This Weekend: 4 to 6 January

Kick-start your new year with these fun and relaxing arts events over the weekend.

Music – Play-Play: A Toy/Piano Concert

Photo: Gu Wei

A toy piano in a virtuoso’s hands can sound sophisticated and magical. Attend this concert featuring composer-pianist Gu Wei on a toy piano and pianist Huizi Zhang on a piano and prepare to be enchanted.

Details here.

Visual Arts – Diaries, Marking Time And Other Preoccupations

Photo: NUS Museum, Yeo Shih Yun

This refreshing exhibition features paintings, videos and installations by artist Yeo Shih Yun which were made by brushes tied to tree branches, and separately, attached to toy robots.

Details here.

Literary Arts – Selling Dreams: Early Advertising In Singapore

Photo: National Library Board

Delve into the dreams and anxieties of people in Singapore from the 1830s to 1960s with rare publications, magazines and newspapers from the National Library’s collection which highlight advertisements from that period.

Details here.

Music – Arutiunian Trumpet Concerto

Photo: Singapore Symphony Orchestra

Start your year off on a high note with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and acclaimed Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth, who will be performing the popular Arutiunian’s Trumpet Concerto.

Details here.

Visual Arts – President’s Young Talents 2018

Photo: Singapore Art Museum

Discover exciting new works in mediums such as painting, sculpture and performance by budding artists in Singapore, including Chen Yanyun and the recent Young Artist Award recipient, Hilmi Johandi.

Details here.


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