LAMC Productions is proud to announce Sheffield's finest and one of British metal's most important bands, Bring Me The Horizon are set to perform inSingapore on Tuesday, 27 September, 2016, 8pm at Fort Canning Park!
TGIW! Need we say more? Prepare yourselves for a heady visual and aural feast as Ghetto turns up the heat with his fullon friendly mashup, Electro and Hip Hop! With the tightest and most onpoint video mixing at TGIW, Ghetto is accompanied on the decks by none other than Andrew Tang, as well as MC Sonorus, who will take the party to a whole new level!
The perfect platform for showcasing the decksterity of all the resident DJs in the house, Zouk Soundsystem promises to hit all the right notes, getting all the bodies on the dance floor losing themselves to the beat! It’s not just 4tothefloor, its ALLonthe floor, bodymoving action! This weekend, Zouk’s EDM whizkid, Lincey, and deck guru Jeremy Boon combine forces to whip the dance floor into shape all night long!
Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations is one of those pieces that never fails to delight, and its grace and poetry come alive in the steady hands of SSO’s Principal Cellist Ng Pei-Sian in this concert. Principal Guest Conductor Okko Kamu lends his insight to two glorious masterpieces composed in the key of D major which is usually associated with celebration: Prokofiev’s famous Classical Symphony, and Beethoven’s cheerful Second Symphony.
Elevating sounds in The Netherland’s history of electronic music DJ’s and producers, Dutch Lindo Martinez contributes to the undeniable sounds taken to the world. On the edge with an elevating (tech) house accent or conducted Balearic and chillaxing sundown set, this internationally driven and award winning artist has brought talent to the forefront as a label aficionado, precise producer with Earfood Studio and DJ-booth bright spark. Across Europe, Russia on the Soundstorm tour and over the oceans with a passion for Asia, Lindo Martinez isn’t without a lead in his combusting quest!
The AWO will continue their 5-year anniversary season celebrations with their first tour to Singapore where they will present one concert at the Esplanade, conducted by internationally acclaimed conductor Alexander Briger The programme features Ravel’s masterwork Bolero, Symphony No. 5 by Tchaikovsky and the international premiere of Australian composer Elena Kats-Chernin’s Concerto for 8 double basses The Witching Hour.
La Mer et L'Ile(The Sea and the Island) begins its first overseas concert of 2016 in Singapore. It will perform chamber music from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Divertimento in F major, K. 138, 'Salzburg Symphony No. 3' to Dvorak's Piano Quintet in A, Opus 81. In addition, you will be able to listen to Korea's contemporary chamber music about Korea’s sea and island. These are firstly 'Blue and Black' for Piano Quartet, 2nd movement 'Song from Ancient Peoples' composed by Elisenda Fabregas, Spanish/American composer, and secondly 'Morning of the Ocean' for Haegum, Violin and Cello composed by Jonghee Kang who is actively working in the United States. Unique to their concert, let yourself be immersed in the harmony of the Korean traditional musical instrument Haegum, together with violin and cello. The beautiful vocal music of Myung-whun Choi and Georges Bizet to be sung by Mezzo Soprano accompanied by string quartet/piano will add even more flavor to their harmony.
With simple melodies and heartfelt lyrics that touched the hearts of many, Taiwanese campus ballads were immensely popular in the '70s and '80s.
Singapore singer Lee Pei Fen takes you back in time, presenting familiar campus favourites including Orchid Flower, The Olive Tree and Moon Lute.
In Singapore the famed songstress is going sing with the passion and charisma her audiences have come to know and love as she performs her collection of hits on an upcoming tour. An evening featuring her latest hit songs 'Deewanee Mastanee' and 'Pinga' from the movie Bajiaro Mastani. As well as her all time classic hits 'Saans', 'Teri Meri', 'Sunn Rahan Hain Na', 'Chikni Chameli', 'Ooh La la' and many more.