Music

SONG OF DESTINY • BRAHMS SYMPHONIES

Lan Shui, conductor
Singapore Symphony Orchestra
Singapore Symphony Chorus
Singapore Symphony Youth Choir

17 Nov 2017Fri
7.30pm
2hrs (including a 20min intermission)
Esplanade Concert Hall
There will be a pre-concert talk on 17 Nov, 6.30pm at library@esplanade.
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$15*, $28**, $48, $68, $88


Concession for students, NSFs and seniors: $10.50*, $19.60**

Package

3-5 concerts package: $23.80, $40.80, $57.80, $74.80 (Cat 1 – 4)

6+ concerts package: $21, $36, $51, $66 (Cat 1 – 4)

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T. IRFAN Meditation
BRAHMS Gesang der Parzen, Op. 89 ("Song of the Fates")
Schicksalslied, Op. 54 (“Song of Destiny”)
Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 73

The Schicksalslied, a portrait of spiritually blinded mortals and Elysian spirits, is one of Brahms’ most ethereal and profound masterpieces. The concert opens with music from Malaysian child prodigy Tengku Irfan and ends with Brahms’ Second Symphony, suffused with Romantic pastoral sunshine.

Things To Note

Admission for ages 6 and above, unless otherwise stated.

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