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Mo Ran Hui Shou - Spring Festival Concert

When:

Sun Jan 17 2016, 7:30pm–10:30pm

Where: Victoria Concert Hall, 11 Empress Place, Downtown Core, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Listed by: enquiry3

kids' philharmonic@sg is a non-profit educational organization based in Singapore. The orchestra, for young ones between 6 to 16 years old, believes that performing in a disciplined orchestra setting will not only enhance a child's musical repertoire, but also develop teamwork and leadership skills. kids' philharmonic@sg was recently awarded GOLD in "One Future" World Orchestra Festival Competition held in Vienna.

Join the young musicians from kids' philharmonic@sg for the classic songs that we often heard during the Chinese Lunar New Year Celebration like 《恭喜恭喜》,《前程万里》,《迎春花》 and others. This concert aims to reproduce the festive atmosphere through the 1996 Cultural Medallion Mr Phoon Yew Tien's creative twist in orchestrating these songs.

Using the classic songs that we often heard during the Chinese Lunar New Year Celebration like 《恭喜恭喜》,《前程万里》,《迎春花》 and etc, this concert aims to reproduce the festive atmosphere through the 1996 Cultural Medallion Mr Phoon Yew Tien's creative twist in orchestrating these songs.

The evening concert will be conducted by the international award-winning Singaporean young conductor 黄佳俊 (Wong Kah Chun). He is also the first recipient of the prestigious Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship in the field of Arts and Culture in 2012 that is typically awarded by the Public Service Commission to high-flying civil servants and corporate leaders, in recognition of contributions to the betterment of society and the community.

Master of ceremonies presided over event will be the famous radio DJ 李荣德先生 (Li Rongde). Whereas kids' philharmonic@sg Orchestra will be performing and accompanying the three famous vocalists. Meanwhile, we also have invited one of the best choir, the SYC Ensemble Singers led by Jennifer Tham who was conferred Cultural Medallion in 2012 to join us for eight classic songs.