0

Music

The Golden Prime ~ Schumann, Adès, Brahms Concerts for Children

Luca Buratto (Italy), Gabriel Schwabe (Germany) and Tang Tee Khoon (Singapore)

Brought to you by Tang Tee Khoon Grand Series
11 Nov 2018Sun
3pm & 5pm
3pm & 5pm
50mins (no intermission)
Esplanade Recital Studio

Admission ageAdmission for ages 12 and below. Accompanying parents allowed for each child age 4 & under. Accompanying parents will also need tickets.

*limited observer tickets for accompanying parents for children ages 5 & above, available upon special written request at contact@tangteekhoongrandseries.com.
This event is over

$32

More details +

"[Thomas Adès] was in the audience, saluted Mr. Buratto, and, like the rest of us in Zankel Hall, realized we were experiencing an artist who is both illuminating and unafraid." ConcertoNet [Luca Buratto, Zankel Carnegie Hall solo recital]
“Gabriel Schwabe is a cello phenomenon, commanding his instrument with nuance and facility.” Norbert Hornig [Gabriel Schwabe]
“Violinist Tang Tee Khoon and friends transcend the ordinary…” Straits Times 2015 [Tang Tee Khoon Grand Series]

Delve into Schumann’s golden late period that embodies recognizable features found also in the great late style of Beethoven. Explore his late motivic economy, brevity and concision in parallel with the recent work of contemporary composer, Thomas Adès who remarks about his detailed craft as ‘the building I have made’, ‘analysing every letter’, and with Brahms’ organic unity (itself inspired by Schumann) within his late preoccupation for the potential of sonata form.

For young ones who are just starting out, we have two specially designed interactive Concerts for Children the afternoon of 11 Nov.  Send them off to a 50-minute session of fun and learning with these international artists and a great facilitator!

3pm for ages 0-6 ‘Dance’
Composers often have a fascination for tradition and for dance.
Journey through the history of a Polish folk dance from Chopin to Adès; and peek into Schumann and Brahms’ take on Folk style and Hungarian tunes with us.

5pm for ages 6-12 ‘Song’
A few days after receiving a letter from Clara Schumann mourning the death of her son, Brahms sent her his Violin Sonata in G, which final movement borrows famously from his ‘Rain Songs’ Op. 59. Discover this poetic musical gift, Brahms’ way of providing a delicate uplift to Clara, his beloved friend.

Visit tangteekhoongrandseries.com for more information and tickets.

Facebook
Instagram

Catch The Golden Prime ~ Schumann, Adès, Brahms Evening Concerts happening on 9 & 10 Nov 2018

Things To Note

Ticketing: Prices exclude ticketing agent’s booking fees. Esplanade only grants event entry to ticket holders with tickets that have been purchased through authorised ticket agents.

Find out more about buying tickets or read our FAQs

General Advisory

For information about late seating, house rules, photography and more, please refer to our general advisory.