Esplanade Presents | Mosaic Music Series


Nils Frahm

18 May 2018Fri
1hr (no intermission)
Esplanade Concert Hall

There will be a post-show dialogue with Nils Frahm after the show.

Join this sharing session as he shares his approach to his music. This is an opportunity for you to understand his creative process and discover ways in which he layers various elements in his music.

$45*, $65, $85^

Limited concessions for students, NSFs and seniors: $39*


White card: 10% savings
Black card: 15% savings

$10 School Special

Limited tickets available only for school bookings of 10 students and above. Applicable to all schools including international schools and private institutions. Terms and conditions apply.

Tote Board Arts Grant

All Primary Schools (Upper Pri), Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges / Centralised Institute & ITEs may use the Tote Board Arts Grant to subsidise up to 50% of the programme cost.

For more details, please contact Esplanade Box Office at 6828 8389 or email

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Nils Frahm had an early introduction to music, learning the piano throughout his childhood. It was through this that Frahm began to immerse himself in the styles of classical pianists from previous generations as well as the music of contemporary composers, before forging his own musical path through composition.

Today, Frahm continues to work as an accomplished composer, producer and celebrated performer from his Berlin-based studio at the renowned Funkhaus. His unconventional approach to an age-old instrument, played contemplatively and intimately, and on a mesmerising scale through his vast stage shows, has won him many fans around the world. Frahm has gained global notoriety for his highly developed sense of control and restraint in his work, as well as a breathtaking level of emotion and personality.

After spending much of 2017 in hibernation in preparation for a busy period ahead, Frahm commences 2018 with his first live performances since 2015, and embarks on the beginning of a long worldwide tour entitled All Melody.

Supported by Goethe-Institut Singapore

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Admission for ages 6 and above, unless otherwise stated.

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