What’s On This Weekend For Music-lovers: 20 to 22 March 2020 | The A List

What’s On This Weekend For Music-lovers: 20 to 22 March 2020 | The A List

Always tapping your feet to the beat? Then you are in for a treat. A wide range of live music performances and events happening this weekend will leave you entertained and wanting more. Read on to discover our top picks for music events happening this weekend.

Melodic Flowers

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Lend your ears to yIN Harmony, a multi-cultural music collective, as they perform well-loved local songs and music from around the world. This free music event will take place at Toa Payoh Hub this weekend. It is part of Arts in Your Neighbourhood, an initiative by the National Arts Council which encourages people to appreciate the arts through engaging experiences in their everyday lives. Details about Melodic Flowers here.

Kembara Kelana

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Clap to the beat of drums with Kelana Purba, a popular dikir barat group in Singapore’s Malay music scene. Its performance of Malay traditional choral singing is held this weekend at Toa Payoh Hub. The event is part of Arts in Your Neighbourhood. Details about Kembara Kelana here.

Journey Around The World

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Travel the world this weekend without boarding a plane. The Singapore Symphony Orchestra will be performing music from across the globe at this child-friendly concert. Book your tickets to Journey Around The World here.

The Songwriting Challenge

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Join poet Felix Cheong and singer-songwriter Jean Tan as they come up with a song together with the help of you – the audience. This interactive performance at the Esplanade will have the audience pick out words which Cheong will turn into poetic lyrics and Tan will compose music around. Details about The Songwriting Challenge here.

In view of the COVID-19 situation, if you are unwell, do avoid public spaces and contact with others, and seek medical attention. Let us continue to maintain good personal hygiene, stay healthy, keep calm and look after one another.

(Photos: National Arts Council, Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay and Asian Civilisations Museum)

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