|Fri Nov 13 2015, 8:00pm–9:35pm|
|Sun Nov 15 2015, 4:00pm–5:00pm|
|Sun Nov 15 2015, 6:00pm–7:00pm|
Tantalize your earbuds with a unique set of classical chamber music concerts this November at the Esplanade, featuring award-winning homegrown solo violinist Tee Khoon TANG and Belgian pianist Eliane Reyes, praised by Martha Argerich as an 'outstanding musical talent' and Gramaphone magazine for her 'memorably refined, dextrous and committed' performances.
At our signature Evening Concert, hear in three iconic works for violin and piano Debussy’s brilliant use of texture and brevity, Ravel’s ability to evoke jazz using classical instruments, and Franck’s magnificent use of cyclic form and canonic writing in creating one of his most romantic and beloved works – his A major sonata for violin and piano.
For young ones who are just starting out, join these international musicians at one of our interactive Concerts for Children on 15 Nov, a Sunday afternoon, to experience 50-minutes of fun and musical learning.
In the first session for ages 0-6, let the children's imagination run wild. Great French composer, Debussy is renowned for his ability to paint vivid scenes and make characters come alive with his music. Young children will get to follow along and also be surprised by how the music can move an impressionistic artist into painting a work of art on the spot.
In the second session for ages 6-12, the children will take their first step into the world of jazz, gypsy music and music for voice. French composer Ravel was a master in using classical instruments to evoke vastly different genres. Here we feature pieces where he uses the violin and piano to portray the blues from jazz, the folk tunes from gypsies, and a sung lullaby.
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