What’s On This Weekend: 5 to 7 July 2019
Start your July on a high note with fun and exciting arts events, including music performances by homegrown talents and a free, family-friendly arts festival. Read on for ideas and start making plans.
Commune Album Launch By Kin Leonn
Soothe your work week blues with ambient music by composer Kin Leonn, a well-known figure in Singapore’s electronic underground music scene. His debut album, Commune, launches at the Esplanade Recital Studio on Friday. Details here.
Sound Of Silence In Thailand: Drawings By Supachai Areerungruang
See how Thai artist Supachai Areerungruang tackles challenging socio-political issues through art. His ongoing solo exhibition at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts’ Lim Hak Tai Gallery features over 120 pieces of ink drawings and paintings on topics such as economic migration within Southeast Asia. Details here.
The Page On Stage: Missing
This theatrical adaptation of the short story Missing by Ng Swee San examines the walls people build to protect themselves from the unknown. It is directed by homegrown filmmaker K. Rajagopal. Details here.
PAssionArts Festival 2019: Vibrant Arts For All
Spend time bonding with loved ones at this free, family-friendly arts event in Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park. There will be hands-on activities for both young and old, including silkscreen printing and face painting. Visitors can also enjoy dance and music performances by students. The event is part of the islandwide PAssionArts Festival, which seeks to bring local communities together through arts. Details here.
Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants
Homegrown chamber orchestra re:Sound Collective will be performing a programme that explores the creative connection between composers such as Vivaldi, Haydn and Tchaikovsky. The chamber orchestra will be led by Pavlo Beznosiuk, with cellist Qin Li-Wei as soloist. Details here.