Third episode of the Wednesday Waltz is coming soon!
Jointly organized by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre and Singapore Chinese Orchestra, the 4-parter dialogue series is an open and respectful exchange of views between individuals and groups belonging to different cultures that leads to a deeper understanding of the other’s perception.
This dialogue is an open and respectful exchange of views between individuals belonging to different cultures that leads to a deeper understanding of the other’s perception. The 45-min dialogue aims to introduce a Chinese instrument along with its counterpart in other local culture, discover the similarities and differences between them and bring the audience members on a journey to explore the diversity of the Singapore music scene.
In this episode, SCO Dizi musician Lee Jun Cheng and guest artist Ragha (on the instrument Bansuri) will explain briefly the origins and development of the two instruments, demonstrate the unique techniques of the instruments respectively.
This dialogue session Wednesday Waltz: 3-way Music Conversations will be held on 15 September 2021 (Wednesday) 7.30pm, livestreamed on SCCC Facebook and SCO Facebook page. It will be conducted primarily in English. This dialogue is supported by Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, National Arts Council, Tote Board and Temasek Foundation.
Sep 15, 2021
Conducted in English & Mandarin
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