Under the creative direction of guest conductor Quek Ling Kiong, Intimate Intricacies reminisces and reinterprets two disappearing Chinese traditional handicrafts in Singapore: Giant Joss Stick Making and Teochew Embroidery, through Chinese chamber music.
Embark on a musical journey with us and discover the intricacies behind these disappearing Chinese handicrafts through carefully crafted music movements by two young local composers: Jon Lin Chua and Liong Kit Yeng.
The concert also features a film projection illustrating stories of the vanishing handicrafts with third-generation owner of Eng Tiang Huat Chinese Cultural Shop, Jeffrey Eng, and Albert Tay of the now defunct Tay Guan Heng Joss Stick Manufacturer along with live music performed by Ding Yi musicians.
Presented by: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
Produced by: Ding Yi Music Company
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Jun 10, 2023 - Jun 10, 2023
3.30pm – 4.30pm, 7.30pm – 8.30pm
SCCC Auditorium, Level 9
Conducted in English & Mandarin, with English surtitles.
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