Here's a selection of editor's picks on what to do in Singapore this weekend.
Friday, 12 February
With Jeong Ae Ree on Soprano and Shane Thio on piano, this recital presents art songs centering upon the theme of flowers, birds and love, interwoven with hints of decadence and self-indulgence. Works featured include Kurt Weill's Youkali and Surabaya Johnny, Aaron Copland's Why do they shut me out of heaven?, and Reynaldo Hahn's A Chloris.
Friday only, at the Esplanade. Tickets at $32.
Come prepared for a transcendent state of mind with the flying Dutchman who’s earned the respect of trance great Tiësto, despite only been in the scene for a short four years.
Friday only, at Velvet Underground.
Hailing from the legendary clubs in Berlin, Sebo is famous for being both a first-rate producer and DJ – a rarity in the industry. His love for soulful, deep vibes combined with his ability to transition seamlessly between Minimal Techno and straight up House plus an uncanny ability to blur the lines between the two, has reinforced the importance of the House genre.
Friday only, at Zouk.
Saturday, 13 February
For the little ones who need a respite from the Chinese New Year preparations, let them indulge in a little cross-cultural fun with “Konsert Rentak Cilik”, where they can sing along to favourite songs with their favourite characters from the popular children TV series Rentak Cilik and win prizes.
Saturday only, at the Esplanade. Tickets at $19.
If you are a master at tonsil hockey, make your way down to Loof where 14 seconds of indulging in your favourite pastime earns you a Bellini each.
Saturday only, at Loof. Free admission.
Special guests FULL FACE and PSYCHOSON have been flown in from Greece by Om Project to rock your night away with trippy psychedelic trance tracks.
Today only, at Home Club.
Sunday, 14 February
Stumped for dates this Valentine’s Day? Take your sweetheart ice skating at this specially installed temporary synthetic ice rink, which guarantees a fun-filled time without the chills.
Weekends of February 13-14, 20-21, $10 for half hour slot (inclusive of skate rental).
Wow that special someone with good food, fine wine and a candlelight dinner in a romantic tram surrounded by nature.
Sunday only, at the Night Safari. $450 to $480 per couple plus GST.
If you’re a fan of the likes of “21st Century Ketchup” and “Femme Fatale”, don’t miss this.
Sunday only, at Zouk