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The Philharmonic Orchestra presents...
Expect musical fireworks under the baton of conductors Lim Yau and Lin Juan in this much-anticipated concert to ring in the New Year! Hosted by William Ledbetter, revel in a concert of charming and familiar classics. Enjoy a glass of bubbly on us and watch the Marina Bay skyline fireworks from Empress Lawn.Prudential Assurance Company Singapore is the Gold Sponsor for TPO’s 2018/9 Concert Season.Programme:Smetana - The Bartered Bride OvertureStravinsky - The Firebird SuiteOffenbach - Overture to Orpheus in the UnderworldLehar - Gold and Silver WaltzesFaure - Pavane Op. 50Elgar - Pomp and Circumstances March No. 1
Huayi 华艺节 2019 An Enchanted Evenin...
Take a trip down memory lane and relive the golden years with some of the best-loved songs of the Nanyang region with evergreen songstress Yudi Yap! With a musical repertoire that spans generations, from Shanghai’s golden classics in the 1930s to the fabulous ’50s and ’60s, be serenaded by the multi-talented singer as she brings back the old charm in this performance backed by Malaysia’s leading jazz band, WVC. Yudi’s charisma and velvety voice will be on brilliant display as she performs jazzy renditions of classics such as Rose Rose I Love You, Dayung Sampan, Tian Mi Mi, Liu Lian Piao Xiang and Aiyomama in this nostalgic performance, and shares stories about the music scene from the good ol’ times!
Huayi 华艺节 2019 Child's Play - The ...
Where have all the animals in the kampung gone? Behind the disappearance of the little creatures is a giant python that stays hidden in the big and strong, old banyan tree!Three brave children from the kampung need help to lure the snake out from the banyan tree. Audience will take on the role of villagers, embark on a courageous journey to think of ways to help the kampung! Should they chase the snake away or can the children, villagers and animals live in harmony in the same kampung?After two successful runs of Child’s Play at Huayi 2017 and 2018, Singapore theatre director Danny Yeo, in collaboration with 3Pumpkins, returns with Child’s Play – The Story of the Banyan Tree.Adapted from a classic local folklore, the immersive and interactive children-only theatre production is specially created for children from ages 6 to 11. Packed with hands-on activities and creative storytelling, children will learn the importance of teamwork, responsibility and problem-solving in this unique experiential environment and participative performance without the help of parents or teachers.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 Dear John 凯吉一岁 M.O...
“The piano instrument, the spatial installation, the body of the musician, and the body of the dancer altogether created a brand new artistic circuit. This is not a simple piece of interdisciplinary collaboration; this is a project that confronts all existing paradigms and explores new horizons of art.”– Lin Yu Pin, art critic, Taishin Arts Award"When I was introduced to Oskar Fischinger, he began to talk with me about the spirit which is inside each of the objects of this world. So, he told me, all we need to do to liberate that spirit is to brush past the object, and to draw forth its sound…Many years since then, I never stopped touching things, making them sound and resound, to discover what sounds they could produce. Wherever I went, I always listened to objects."– John Cage, 1968 Stop, listen, feel. Can the sounds around you be felt? Can the objects around you be heard?Inspired by the philosophy of avant-garde American musician John Cage, Taiwan’s M.O.V.E. Theatre presents Dear John, an innovative and interdisciplinary production involving dance, lighting effects, technology, audience participation, as well as sound.Dear John depicts a sound journey that begins with a “deconstructed piano” and fully reveals the process of making sound. Redefining the interpretation of performing arts and the physicality of sound, and challenging the power-relation between performers and audiences, the exploratory Dear John was one of the five works that was awarded the 2014 Taishin Arts Awards—the only award in Taiwan that acknowledges creative achievements in works of visual, performing and inter-disciplinary arts.With the performance venue turned into a playful sound lab, this performance piece weaves sound, light and movement to create a unique ambient soundscape that encourages audience members to explore the space, and even become soundmakers themselves, becoming an indispensable and unpredictable part of the experience.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 Khalil Fong TIO Con...
Just Throw It Off and follow your heart to the Esplanade Concert Hall, as Khalil Fong makes his long-awaited return to Singapore with his first-ever concert at Huayi – Chinese Festival of Arts. Well-known for his infectious blend of R&B, soul and blues, the award-winning Khalil has trailblazed his way across Chinese music with 15 albums to his name, firmly cementing his reputation as an unconventional and innovative artist who was amongst those who introduced these genres to the scene. In addition to his own music, he has penned tracks for artists such as A-mei, Eason Chan, Jane Zhang, Andy Lau, Joey Yung, and Jacky Cheung.In this show, Khalil performs his latest single Throw It Off and his well-loved hits including Love Love Love, Love Song, Three in a Tour, Finally, That Special Person, Wu Kong, HBDD, and other selections from a groove-infused discography that at times recalls the sound of Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 Love Letters 情信 The...
“…this is just me, me the way I write, the way I want to be to you…and you can tear me up and throw me out, or keep me, and read me today, tomorrow, any time you want until you die.”Could the love of your life be just a letter away? Can writing a lifetime’s worth of letters make you fall in love with someone whom you always thought of as just a friend?At age seven, Andrew penned his first letter to Melissa, telling her she looked like a lost princess. She wrote back to tell him to stop writing to her, and he was entranced. For the next 50 years, through hurt and disappointments, triumphs and failures, wars and marriages (to other people), they poured their hearts out to each other in their written exchanges, becoming each other’s closest confidantes.Presented in Singapore for the first time in Mandarin and Cantonese, experience romance the old-fashioned way as Love Letters explores the love and loss shared between a pair of childhood friends. Each heartrending performance features a different pair of actors—Hong Kong theatre practitioners Rensen Chan and Jo Ngai (who last moved audiences at Huayi 2015 with Travel with Mum), as well as Nelson Chia and Mia Chee of Singapore’s Nine Years Theatre.Written in 1988 by American playwright A. R. Gurney, Love Letters was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and has since been restaged countless times and adapted into Mandarin, Urdu and Russian.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 Painted Skin - An O...
Give it to me. Give all your heart to me.An exciting fusion of Western operatic style and Peking Opera elements, Painted Skin – An Opera in Concert is an ambitious adaptation of the classic Chinese short story from Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio by Pu Songling. Presented as an opera in concert, a dramatic narrative unfolds, revealing an inner world of greed, lust and hypocrisy concealed under the glamorous veneers that humans wear.A Chinese scholar chances upon a beautiful woman crying in the rain while on his way home. He gives her an umbrella out of kindness, unaware that she is actually a demon in disguise, wearing a mask made of human skin painted with beautiful features. Besotted with the scholar, the demon charms him. A romantic relationship ensues but eventually results in tragedy.A co-commission by Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, China Shanghai International Arts Festival, the Singapore Chinese Orchestra, and produced by Major Performing Arts Group, Painted Skin is an innovative and creative musical interpretation of a classic tale. The production sees the acclaimed Singapore Chinese Orchestra collaborating with a creative team comprising scriptwriter Wang Yuanfei, renowned composer Hao Weiya, pioneering director Yi Liming, under the baton of maestro Tsung Yeh.Coupled with live multimedia projections and contemporary theatrical elements, the story is brought to life by a talented cast including mezzo-soprano, soprano and Peking Opera actor, accompanied by an ensemble of leading musicians from Singapore Chinese Orchestra.The hearts of humans,Are they crimson, or are they black?Co-Commissioned by Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, China Shanghai International Arts Festival, Singapore Chinese Orchestra, and produced by Major Performing Arts Group.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 Rising Star Tiffany...
“Tiffany Poon plays with technical skills well beyond her years.”– The Columbus DispatchThrilling audiences around the world with her brilliant virtuosity and sensitive musicianship, 21-year-old piano sensation Tiffany Poon makes her Singapore debut at the Esplanade! She presents a specially curated programme that features pieces by Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Schumann, and Wang Jianzhong.With over 14 million YouTube views and over 110,000 social media followers, Tiffany Poon is undoubtedly an expressive classical pianist of the new generation. Born in Hong Kong, Poon has been lauded for her giftedness and widely praised as one of the world’s best young talents. Beginning piano lessons at four, she was accepted into the prestigious Juilliard School Pre-College Division on a full scholarship at age eight, and made her concerto debut at the age of 10.Since then, Poon has won numerous awards, and has given solo recitals throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Australia and China, and has also appeared as a soloist with numerous orchestras in the US and Europe. She has also performed at prestigious concert venues as Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, Steinway Hall in New York City, Sala Mozart in Bologna, Italy and Konzert- und Ballhaus Neue Welt in Zwickau, Germany.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 That Which Cannot B...
Prime numbers—random, unpredictable and aimless. Or are they?That Which Cannot Be Divided is an Esplanade commissioned dance presentation that explores the mystery of prime numbers and their relation to life. Featuring two former members of Taiwan’s distinguished Cloud Gate Dance Theatre—renowned choreographers Bulareyaung Pagarlava from Taiwan and Albert Tiong from Singapore— the dance double-bill showcases two diverse works full of boundless possibilities.At first glance, the distribution of prime numbers may seem aimless and haphazard. However, on closer look, the way prime numbers are distributed could be guided by patterns and structured by theories. Is this a reflection of the world we live in? Amidst chaos, we constantly seek clarity, show resilience, and pursue harmony and contentment. Similarly, in the language of dance, one often finds resolution in chaos.About Bulareyaung PagarlavaBulareyaung Pagarlava is from the Paiwan tribe of Eastern Taiwan. During the last two decades, Bulareyaung has been invited on numerous occasions to choreograph and perform for various contemporary dance companies both in Taiwan and internationally. However, his increasing awareness of his Paiwani identity has led him towards a new path, focusing on his own native heritage and working with talented young dancers to explore the complex notions between voice and movements, creating unique expressions of indigenous contemporary dance. Bulareyaung Dance Company was founded in August 2014.About Albert TiongAlbert Tiong is a well-known Singaporean choreographer and educator in contemporary dance. He has created works and trained generations of dancers for Frontier Danceland, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, LASALLE College of the Arts and The People’s Association, and founded the former Re:Dance Theatre. Currently a teacher with NUS Dance Synergy and Singapore Raffles Music College Dance Faculty, he also conducts regular classes with T.H.E Dance Company and T.H.E Second Company. As an independent dance artist, his works have been presented in various countries.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 The Tragedy of Haml...
“Li Liuyi is Asia’s most influential stage artist in the new century.”- Japanese contemporary theatre master Suzuki TadashiThe world-famous tale of vengeance and loyalty, brought to exciting life through a modern, Chinese adaptation by acclaimed director Li Liuyi, renowned for his ingenuity and brilliance in reinterpreting classics with a contemporary flair.Li’s thrilling production makes its overseas debut at Huayi, featuring a star-studded cast that includes actor Hu Jun (Red Cliff), stage veteran Pu Cunxin and actress Lu Fang, as well as costumes by award-winning Hong Kong art director and costume designer William Chang (In the Mood for Love, The Grandmaster) and renowned stage and lighting designer Michael Simon. This is a dynamic modern revival of Hamlet that is gripping from start to finish.Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark, returns home for his father’s funeral to find his mother married to his uncle. His father’s ghost appears and instructs Hamlet to avenge him. Hamlet struggles with his doubts about whether he can trust the ghost and if killing his uncle is the appropriate thing to do. Thus, begins Hamlet’s descent into melancholy, madness and death. Hamlet is a work of time-defying political and psychological commentary that has remained poignant and relevant even after four centuriesThe Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark is a new Chinese translation of Hamlet, specially commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) as part of the Shakespeare Folio Translation Project—with the aim of creating new accessible translations of the Shakespeare’s plays for Chinese audiences. Drawing on the expertise of the RSC and in the company of fellow theatre practitioners from the UK and China, translator Li Jianming delivers a nuanced script straight from the rehearsal room for a modern audience.Co-commissioned by Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay and Hong Kong Arts Festival, and produced by Beijing Li Liuyi Theatre Studio.About Beijing Li Liuyi Theatre Studio (China)Established in 2003, Beijing Li Liuyi Theatre Studio is a professional drama studio set up with the performance approach of “pure drama”. Led by celebrated artistic director Li Liuyi, the studio seeks to promote the boundless possibilities of classical aesthetics; document the soul of the modern landscape and to live in the present.Beijing Li Liuyi Theatre Studio has produced various theatre works of different scales including, Zhuang Zhou Tests His Wife, Uncommon Mahjong, One Table and Two Chairs, Goodbye, Springtime in a Small Town and King Lear.In 2012, it launched the drama project “Li Liuyi • China Made”, with the aim of establishing an identity for Chinese drama as opposed to copycat productions of Western drama. Productions staged under the programme’s banner include three works of ancient Greek tragedy - Oedipus Rex, Antigone and Prometheus Bound. Other notable works include kunqu opera Tale of a Puppet and the new Peking Opera heroine trilogy – Lady General Hua Mulan, Liang Hongyu and Mu Guiying.The renowned Beijing Li Liuyi Theatre Studio has performed globally at international arts events including the Holland Festival, Edinburgh International Arts Festival and Europalia Arts Festival.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 The Way of Zhuang Z...
“A flawless quick-paced production that shines with scintillating wit. The captivating storyline and playful dialogue is a strong testament to director Huang Chih Kai’s brilliance and capability.” – Veteran Taiwanese host Sam Tseng Kuo ChengHappiness is the absence of striving for happiness – Chinese Philosopher Zhuang ZiDo you know the ways of Zhuang Zi? Your chance of surviving this game might depend on it.Lured by the promise of a lucrative bounty, six clueless strangers – a mystery novelist searching for inspiration for his next big break; a teacher urgently needing medical funds for her daughter; an online influencer dreaming of superstardom, a scheming corporate executive plotting his next move; a blue-collared worker drowning in his mountain of debts and a wealthy young thrillseeker – signed up to participate in an escape room game. The only way out of the locked room is to decipher clues hidden in the teachings of Chinese philosopher Zhuang Zi.The seemingly safe game takes a sinister turn when a real gun is discovered. With the audience watching their every move and listening in to every discussion, dark secrets are revealed and masks are peeled away. Who will be the last one standing, to unlock the door and emerge the victor?A dark comedy that cleverly integrates philosophical and entertaining elements, the critically-acclaimed The Way of Zhuang Zi has taken Taiwan by storm and will make its overseas premiere in Singapore at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay as part of Huayi 2019. Featuring a stellar cast that includes Taiwanese actors Liu Liang-Tso and Bobby Dou, this is a performance that will keep you at the edge of the seat, gasping in awe with every twist.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 Up & Down the Mount...
“Nature, where everything grows and matures, originates from the Tao of Heaven and Earth, while music is the bridge that nurtures inner communication between humanity and the world, building harmony between people and nature.” – Martin Feng.Renowned ruan master Martin Feng, together with his musicians, will present new arrangements of traditional Chinese tunes in variety of music styles, including classical, pop, rock and jazz, as well as his original compositions infused with improvisation and Chinese philosophy. Possessing a flawless performance technique, a unique artistic personality, and a faithful belief in zen and qi. Feng grew up being tutored by his father, the legendary yueqin musician Feng Shaoxian. Feng has since captivated audiences in China and around the world with his virtuosity and eclectic repertoire, in a relentless quest to redefine the boundaries of Chinese and Western musical instruments.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 in::music - Julia W...
If there’s one singer you need to know this year, it’s got to be Julia Wu.Rising R&B star Julia Wu may only be 24 but she is a force to be reckoned with as she sets the Mandopop music industry alight with her soulful voice and versatile musicality. A seasoned performer with over 10 years of classical music training, the Australian-born Chinese was determined to do music her way and graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music, majoring in piano. Her individuality and talent has caught the eyes of many, leading to collaborations with Vanness Wu and PoeTek. A former contestant on The X Factor Australia, not only has Julia co-starred in the second season of reality television series, Miss Korea, her songs were also included in the soundtrack of popular movie Tiny Times. In 2017, she released her debut album 1:28, a R&B-infused collection of self-penned songs, to critical acclaim. Her upcoming second album will also feature 90s-inspired R&B tunes.Regarded as one of the most-anticipated emerging singers of this generation, catch the talented Julia Wu live as she presents her unique spin on pop music at her Singapore debut!in::music showcases some of the most inspiring Chinese singer-songwriters and bands performing their original compositions.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 in::music - The Fre...
You are never too old to feel young!Throw all inhibitions away and be rejuvenated in the presence of the true source of youthfulness — music from The Freshman.Made up of Project Superstar 2 alumnae Carrie Yeo and Chen Diya, the Singapore pop-duo was formed in 2010 as a testament of their relentless pursuit of their musical dreams. Through their perfect harmonies, the youthful pair has been soaring to new heights and winning new fans with their original compositions. They released their widely-anticipated album Growing Up, a documentation of their musical growth, in 2016, which featured the karaoke hit Holding On.Used as the sub-theme song of the popular Mediacorp Channel 8 drama The Queen, Holding On topped the charts of various radio and digital streaming platforms, and was recognised as one of the Top 10 Singles of the Year at the 10th Freshmusic Awards. Most recently, their upbeat radio hit It’s Love, Harry was nominated for Best Theme Song at Star Awards 2018.Fresh off a two-year whirlwind tour across the globe as backup vocalists for Heavenly King Jacky Cheung, the lively duo returns to Esplanade with a brand-new showcase What The Youth?!. Featuring their signature blend of harmonious melodies and infectious pop ballads, come to the musical oasis created by The Freshman and let music be your fountain of youth!in::music showcases some of the most inspiring Chinese singer-songwriters and bands performing their original compositions.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 in::music – Wonfu L...
Love songs with a dash of positivity—that’s the Wonfu vibe we all adore!Nine successful albums and 20 years on, Taiwanese indie pop group Wonfu is still delighting fans with their signature quirkiness and chirpy retro tunes. Known for their upbeat tracks musing on topics such as miniskirts, geese and naughty sheep, the band’s latest album, Wonfu Love Songs, showcases the full spectrum of their musicality. While their cheerful sound remains unchanged, there is also a touch of poignant reflection in their new songs.The quartet has received nods from the industry, including multiple nominations at the Taiwan Golden Melody Awards and invitations to perform at the SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas from 2011 to 2014. Wonfu’s brand of infectious and playful music has garnered them fans from all over the world, including Japan, where their Japanese albums and showcases are met with great enthusiasm.After a decade's absence and armed with a brand-new album, let Wonfu's explosive energy and sense of humour turn your frowns into smiles as they return to the in::music stage for a lively performance!in::music showcases some of the most inspiring Chinese singer-songwriters and bands performing their original compositions.
Huayi 华艺节 2019 in::music 好in::乐 Yo...
Like how plants need the sun, this concrete jungle craves for a voice of comfort to soothe the pressures of a busy city. And the sound of Yoyo Sham is exactly what this urban generation needs.Yoyo started as a backup vocalist for singer Eason Chan in 2010, and her moving solo rendition of The End of the World propelled her to prominence. She released her much-anticipated first full-length album here in 2015, with industry critics lauding it as one of the top 10 albums of that year. She also received a nomination for Best New Artist at the 2016 Golden Melody Awards.Based in Taiwan, the deeply emotive singer is famous for her unique blend of dulcet tones and mellow tunes. Her song Chasing the Light was included in the soundtrack of popular Chinese idol drama Rush to the Dead Summer, and was streamed over 30 million times, further thrusting her into the limelight. A culmination of her personal and musical reflections, she released her latest album Nothing is Under Control in 2018. After a seven-year absence, the talented Yoyo returns to our shores with her latest Nothing is Under Control showcase. Whether you have followed her since her early days as an emerging artist or if you were intrigued by Chasing the Light, we welcome you to join us in witnessing the charm of this indie darling as she shares her journey with you through her songs.in::music showcases some of the most inspiring Chinese singer-songwriters and bands performing their original compositions.
Mosaic Music Series Jazz at Lincol...
Led by nine-time Grammy-winner Wynton Marsalis, the inimitable Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra returns to Esplanade for two sublime evenings of great jazz.Made up of 15 of the finest soloists, ensemble players and arrangers in jazz music today, the versatile orchestra’s singular takes on jazz classics have been heard and enjoyed by jazz fans in over 300 cities across six continents.The first-ever jazz artist to receive the Pulitzer Prize in music, the legendary trumpeter Wynton Marsalis is also the first and only artist to win both the classical and jazz Grammys in the same year—a feat he achieved again the following year. Currently the managing and artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center, Marsalis has more than 70 classical and jazz recordings to his name.Don’t miss this chance to catch “the finest big band in the world today” (The Daily Telegraph) as they perform two different repertoires over two concerts celebrating the best in American jazz history.The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra is made up ofWynton Marsalis, Music Director, TrumpetRyan Kisor, TrumpetKenny Rampton, TrumpetMarcus Printup, TrumpetVincent Gardner, TromboneChris Crenshaw, TromboneElliot Mason, TromboneSherman Irby, Alto and Soprano Saxophones, Flute, ClarinetTed Nash, Alto and Soprano Saxophones, Flute, ClarinetVictor Goines, Tenor and Soprano Saxophones, Clarinet, Bass ClarinetCamille Thurman, Tenor and Soprano Saxophones, Clarinet Paul Nedzela, Baritone and Soprano Saxophones, Bass ClarinetDan Nimmer, PianoCarlos Henriquez, BassTBD, DrumsRepertoires & programmes to be announced.The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra will be conducting an edition of their popular Jazz for Young People Concerts on 9 Mar 19, Sat, 2pm. Hosted by music director and trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, together with the 15-member orchestra, this hour-long narrated concert uses warmth and humour to introduce key music concepts and other jazz ideas to young people. This programme is organised for schools and is tailored for audiences 10 and up; it is a rare opportunity to attend a light, educational programme by some of the most respected musicians in the jazz world.For enquiries, please email email@example.com or call 68288 8389.Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6MnWA8xVW1sEzV9s7wXpQb
BEATS ON POINTE
Direct from Australia and as part of its World Tour in 2019/20, Beats On Pointe is back to entertain audiences with its high energy and feel-good family show.BEATS ON POINTE features a highly talented cast of dance athletes, with the tightly choreographed show anchoring a dynamic modern story of two opposing dance worlds peppered with captivating dance theatre, freestyle acts, singing, moments of well-timed comedy and a killer soundtrack! Produced by Masters of Choreography this show fuses electrifying street dance and classical ballet to create the perfect entertainment for audiences of all ages. ''The show itself is an action-packed roller coaster of old and new school street dance, classical and contemporary ballet, physical comedy, beat boxing and even some singing! To call this a 'dance show' is to sell it short - this piece is a theatrical extravaganza'' (Matt McFarlane - aussietheatre.com)“With high energy, innovative choreography this show lets the audience see a different side to what we typically call ‘hip-hop’ and ‘ballet’. It truly mixes the dance styles and with it creates a fun-fuelled, family friendly show that will inspire even the harshest dance critic.” (musicalmanda.site)“A high octane display of fantastic dancing by a very well drilled troupe” (The Audience Club)“Aside from near impeccable technique, formation and stage presence, this production had a killer soundtrack, too.” (The Adelaidian - theadelaidian.net)With a magnificent blend of classic and commercial music plus a wonderful cast of multi-talented performers, this show continues to dazzle with cutting-edge entertainment. Don’t miss your chance to see one of Australia’s hottest dance theatre productions!
Greatest Chinese Classics 经典再现 by ...
Cheng San Chinese Orchestra, led by Wilson Neo together with guest singer He Mi Ya (何米亚), bring you Chinese classics that touched our hearts in the ’80s and ’90s. Enjoy songs including Spring Suite by Gu Guan Ren (顾冠仁), Dream of the Red Chamber (红楼梦组曲) and Yellow River (黄河), which features the yangqin (扬琴) played by Anson Lim. The concert concludes with Liu Wenjin’s Unforgettable Water Sprinkling Festival (难忘的泼水节), a classic tune from the Dai people in China, featuring Art Star Arts Society Choir and He Mi Ya.
Kodaline - Live in Singapore 2019
LAMC Productions is excited to announce that Ireland-based, UK Platinum-selling, modern rock quartet, KODALINE, will make their highly anticipated return to Singapore, on 5 March, 2019, at ZEPP@BIGBOX.Kodaline released their brand new album, Politics of Living, on 28 Sep 2018, to rave reviews and are ready to embark their upcoming world tour! ABOUT ARTISTDublin based rockers, Kodaline, specialize in soaring, radio-ready guitar rock that's drawn comparisons to Coldplay, Keane, U2, and Oasis. Kodaline got their start when childhood friends Steve Garrigan and Mark Prendergast brought their guitars to a summer camp in Dublin, spending the days penning songs together. Originally performing under the name 21 Demands, the duo added Jason Boland (bass guitar) and Vinny May (drums) to the lineup, forming Kodaline in 2011.At the end of 2012, the band was shortlisted for the BBC's Sound of 2013, but was beaten to the top spot by HAIM. Kodaline released their debut album, In a Perfect World, in June 2013, which was preceded by the singles High Hopes and Love Like This. The album was a major success in Ireland, going platinum twice and has sold over a million copies worldwide, imprinting itself on the nation’s consciousness with streaming figures well into the 100s of millions. On Vevo, the band’s videos have had over 200 million views, and they have sold over a million singles.Kodaline's second album, Coming Up for Air, followed in early 2015. The album peaked at number four on the U.K. charts and spawned the singles "The One" and "Honest." Since then, they've played massive sold-out shows and a number of festivals worldwide, earning a cult following in their short time together.Their music has also been featured in several television, film and ad placements including Chicago PD (NBC), Grey’s Anatomy (ABC), Modern Family (ABC), So You Think You Can Dance (FOX) American Idol (ABC) and so much more. Notably, "All I Want" was released as part of the soundtrack for The Fault in Our Stars, as well as used in the film.On Politics of Living, Kodaline teamed up with some of the hottest production and writing talent imaginable including hitmaker supreme Steve Mac (Ed Sheeran, Liam Payne), pop guru Johnny Coffer (Rag’N’Bone Man, Beyoncé), Jonas Jeberg (Dizzee Rascal, Kylie Minogue), Stephen Harris (Miles Kane, Kaiser Chiefs) as well as long-time collaborator Johnny McDaid (P!NK). The album is a delightful treat and surrounds big choruses with digital rhythms, glimmering piano riffs, and synths.Kodaline are - singer Steve Garrigan, guitarist Mark Prendergast, bassist Jason Boland and drummer Vinny May.
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