22 December 2019

Classical Music Events Singapore - January


Relatively meagre pickings for Singapore classcial music afficionados this month because of various new years, but here's the list of those that have announced their intention to perform in public.

Saturday, 4 January 2020           

7.30pm: BMW : An Evening of Romanticism - Lily Yee (violin), Benjamin Goodman (pno)

Sunday, 5 January 2020  

4.00pm: ESP: Wagner's Die Walkure – Orchestra of the Music Makers, Chan Tze Law (Cond)

Friday, 10 January 2020  

7.30pm: ESP: The Maltese Tenor - SSO, Joseph Calleja (ten), David Gimenez Carreras (Cond)

9.00pm: AHC: By Candlelight - Beethoven's Fidelio - Pamela Krakauer (pno), various singers

Saturday, 11 January 2020         

9.00pm: AHC: By Candlelight - Beethoven's Fidelio - Pamela Krakauer (pno), various singers

Wednesday, 15 January 2020    

8.15pm: VCH: Inner Worlds - ReSound, Igor Yuzefovich (von) Ng Pei-San (clo)

Thursday, 16 January 2020        

7.30pm: LFT: Nanyang International Piano Academy Opening Gala Concert        

7.30pm: VCH: Piano Recital - Yevgeny Subdin

Friday, 17 January 2020  

6.00pm: AAC: CabaRed 2 - New Opera Singapore

7.30pm: ESP: Kavakos plays Korngold - SSO, Leonidas Kavakos (vln), Hans Graf (Cond)

Tuesday, 21 January 2020

7.30pm: YST: Of One Cloth - Alan Bennett (ten), Albert Tiu (pno)

Thursday, 23 January 2020

7.30pm: YST: Duo Piano Recital - Lim Yan and Lee Shi Mei

Tuesday, 28 January 2020          

8.00pm: ESP: Seven Days Walking - Ludovico Einaudi (pno), Redi Hasa (clo), Federico Mecozzi (vla)



BMW = Bechstein Musical World (Singapore Conference Centre)

ESP = Esplanade Concert Hall

AAC = Arts House Chamber

YST = Yong Siew Toh Conservatory Concert Hall

1 comment:

  1. Dr Marc,
    It being the end of the year, it seems appropriate to write to say how much I have enjoyed your postings on this blog. You must put a lot of thought and effort into your writing, and (controversies aside) your postings are usually insightful, compelling, and thought-provoking, and even when they seem downright batty they are still eloquently written and amusing.
    Thank you - a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year. I do hope you keep it up next year.
    From one of your numerous anonymous readers.
    Anon

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