What’s On This Weekend: 7 to 9 June 2019

What’s On This Weekend: 7 to 9 June 2019

Celebrate family and friends this weekend by bonding over meaningful arts and culture events. Here are our picks of what not to miss, from free children’s storytelling sessions and film screenings to music performances and an art workshop.

Music
Mozart 36

Photo: Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay

Enjoy Mozart’s sonatas for piano and violin at this concert helmed by British pianist Sam Haywood and Singapore violinist Tang Tee Khoon. Details here.

Film                                                   
Young Cinema

Photo: National Museum of Singapore

Sit back and relax in cushy beanbags as animated short films about the stories of people and their treasured objects play onscreen at the National Museum of Singapore. This family-friendly event is free. Details here.

Literary Arts
Sinbad The Sailor

Photo: The Storytelling Centre Ltd

Get young ones inspired by the magic of stories at this free storytelling session on Sinbad the Sailor and his voyages. Details here.

Music
By Candlelight – Up Above Our Heads

Photo: The Arts House

Get cosy at this contemporary music showcase featuring composer-performer Garth Knox, Singapore violist Christoven Tan, as well as local percussionist Eugene Toh and sound artist Theemptybluesky. Details here.

Visual Arts
Open My Heart, Ease My Task, Loosen The Knot On My Tongue

Photo: Chan + Hori Contemporary

Don’t miss this solo exhibition by Singapore artist Farizwan Fajari, who goes by the moniker Speak Cryptic. His latest exhibition features drawings and installations that draw upon the visual culture of comics and underground music, and explore issues concerning the human condition and current affairs. Details here.

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