I Welcome back to the theatre! L’arietta Production’s co-founder Akiko Otao presents Baby Book: Celebrating joys and pains of pregnancy, birth and motherhood.A concert dedicated to motherhood with her long time collaborator, Pauline Lee presented by the Esplanade MUNCH Lunchtime concert series. This short and sweet 30-minute programme features stories told through our own unique lens of womanhood with an all Singapore premiere programme.
In Florence B. Price’s To My Little Son, she dreams of the man her son would have become after losing him as a child. Winner of the 2017 G.C. Menotti Competition for Young Composers, Baby Book by Lauren Spavelko beautifully illustrates a woman’s journey of miscarriage, pregnancy and motherhood. Get ready to laugh in They Don’t Let You in the Opera (If You’re a Country Star), where we will tell you the story of the baby’s hilarious birth (at the opera!).
Bring your mother, daughter, and favourite aunty to celebrate womanhood. Date: May 10th (Mon) Time: 12:30-1:00 Venue: Esplanade Concert Hall Price: $10
Programme: To My Little Son Florence Beatrice Price (1887-1953)
Baby Book. Lauren Spavelko (b.1989) a song cycle for soprano and piano I. Objects II. Children’s Pool Game III. Quickening IV. Great Aunt Dora V. Looking Out VI. Searching
They Don’t Let You in the Opera (If You Are A Country Star) Dan Lipton & David Rossmer
A Singapore Trilogy Suite to be the finale of Straits Times' 30 Days of Art
Friday July 17th, 2020 5:30pm (SGT)
"When all this is over: Musings on the Pandemic, love, loss, family, society and the new world order"
We want to eat Laksa and drink kopi out with family, mourn for our loss with loved ones, and window shop in person!
We bring youA Singapore Trilogy Suite, by the team who brought you A Singapore Trilogy. Featuring singers Samuel Ng, Akiko Otao and Phoebe Chee, stunning visuals by Alvin Mark Tan, audio production by Poco Productions, video production by The Floating Folks, and directed by Nora Samosir. This special commission by the Straits Times and the National Arts Council hopes to bring people together through the uniquely Singaporean opera by Dr. Chen Zhangyi.