To Thomas Peschak, sharks aren’t a reason to get out of the water. They’re a reason to get in. Following his lifelong obsession, he’s found himself paddling kayaks alongside great white sharks in South Africa, swimming among hundreds of one-ton manta rays in the Maldives, and keeping pace with massive whale sharks in the Arabian Sea. In this talk, the marine biologist–turned–National Geographic Photographer takes audiences around the world with his award-winning images and his engaging take
The art biennale has had a relatively long and charged history, with the Venice Biennale being the longest established in 1895. More recently, particularly since the 1990s, biennales have become one of the most celebrated and pervasive exhibition formats for contemporary art, especially in the Asian region. Many of the region’s cities, including Bacolod and the Visayas region in the Philippines (with the artist-run- and-organised VIVA Excon), Shanghai, Taipei, Gwangju, Kobe, Kochi, Yogyakarta and Jakarta, all now stage biennales. Although a relative latecomer, the Singapore Biennale is itself in its tenth year.
ACT 3 International, Singapore’s leading Arts company for the young, invites audiences on an exhilarating musical ‘roller coaster’ of sorts in a truly unique original performance – Crazy Classics with Sid Bowfin – that will be performed daily from 25 February to 12 March 2017 at Drama Centre Black Box.
A stand-up combo not at all like whatever other, this will stand out forever as one of the cleanest stand-up shows you will ever observe.
Praveen Kumar, was raised in a residential community in a universal design and confronted a colossal culture stun in a major city like Bangalore after he moved there for studies. He has some expertise in observational funniness and stand-up situated in narrating. Toss in his totally clean nature of substance, this is one stand-up comic you can watch with your whole family.
The Philippine Madrigal Singers returns to the Esplanade Concert Hall for another mesmerising evening of choral music sung a cappella.
The Philippine Madrigal Singers, also known as Madz, showcases their vocal prowess again under the direction of choirmaster Mark Anthony Carpio. The first choir in the world to win the European Grand Prix for Choral Singing twice, Madz has also won top prizes in prestigious choral competitions in Europe.