14 Apr 2023, Fri, 7.30pm
(Intermission: 1 x 20mins)
Esplanade Concert Hall
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In 1920, Stravinsky wrote the Symphonies of Wind Instruments, a contemplative essay for two dozen wind instruments from flute to tuba, as a tribute to Debussy.
This fascinating programme shifts to high gear with fast-rising Chinese violinist marvel He Ziyu in Stravinsky’s fascinating Violin Concerto, before the Singapore Symphony Orchestra surfs the waves with its signature piece on record, Debussy’s evocation of the sea, La Mer.
Rating / Age Limit: Children must be age 7 and above to be admitted into the hall. Children under 7 will not be admitted into the hall, even with a ticket. Please bring along proof of child’s age, such as a student concession pass, as random checks may be conducted at the venue. We reserve the right to ask parents to bring children out of the hall should they be disruptive during the performance. No admission without a ticket.
Admission / Re-admission: You are strongly advised to be seated 15 minutes before the performance start time. Latecomers will only be admitted at appropriate pauses during the show or during intermission, if any. Photography / Video Recording Rules Non-flash photography is allowed during bows and applause. No photography when artistes are performing. Unauthorised video recordings are strictly not allowed. Photographs and videos will be taken at the event in which you may appear. Such photographs and videos may be displayed or published on SSO’s website, social media platforms, publications and publicity materials. By attending the event, you consent to the use of these photographs and videos for the foregoing purposes.
14 Apr 2023, Fri
Students, NSFs, Seniors & PWDs
(Applicable to Cat 1 – 3 tickets only.)
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