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Singapore Performing Arts Festival 2016

When:

Fri Jun 17 2016, 10:00am–6:00pm
Sat Jun 18 2016, 10:00am–6:00pm
Sat Jun 18 2016, 10:00am–6:00pm
Sun Jun 19 2016, 10:00am–6:00pm
Mon Jun 20 2016, 10:00am–6:00pm
Tue Jun 21 2016, 10:00am–6:00pm

Where: TCM Recital Studio, Amber Road, Marine Parade, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Website:

Listed by: MS_Works

SPAF aims to inspire, so all performers leave with a sense of achievement! Its purpose is to open up the window of performing arts to students, encouraging them to develop a range of communication and interpersonal skills through an interactive environment.

Music Festival 17-19 June 2016
Download Entry forms and Syllabus from https://msworks.sg/8-coming-events/70-s-p-a-f-2016-music

Music Teachers’ Workshop & Networking 20 June 2016
(Full info coming soon in April, or email events@msworks.sg to register your interest.)

Piano Masterclass 21 June 2016

Session 1 (1030am to 1230pm) / Session 2 (200pm to 500pm)
Performer @ S$100.00 ( about 45 mins) / Observer @ S$20.00
Performers, please email to events@msworks.sg for confirmation of performer's slots before proceeding to payment.

2016 Festival Adjudicator:

Dr Mark Tanner PhD Hon.BC MA FTCL FRSA
(Concert pianist, Composer, B.I.F.F. Adjudicator, Teacher, Writer and ABRSM Examiner)

Mark Tanner's performing and academic work takes him regularly to all five continents. Solo appearances include many recitals at London’s Wigmore Hall, South Bank Centre and St John’s Smith Square, as well as St George’s Bristol, where he performed at the Mozart 250th Anniversary Celebrations with fellow pianist, Alan Schiller. He continues to appear regularly on luxury cruise liners, having given in excess of 300 recitals on all of the Cunard, P&O and Saga ships. Mark’s recordings, which have spotlighted many works by British composers and previously unrecorded works, have received widespread critical acclaim: “Magnificent”, Gramophone, “Delivered with flair and spontaneity”, The Scotsman. World première broadcasts of works by Constant Lambert and John McLeod have been given on BBC Radio 3, and Classic FM recently featured Mark’s Lullaby for Prince George.

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