Young Children’s Concert 2018: DiSCOvering Treasures of Chinese Music – Carnival of Percussion!

25 May 2018 (Fri) - SOLD OUT
10.30am
26 May 2018 (Sat)
2.30pm & 5pm
SCO Concert Hall

Conductor: Quek Ling Kiong

 

Musical Adventure / Tan Kah Yong

Radetzky March / Composed by Johann Strauss, re-arranged by Qu Chun Quan

Drums and Orchestra: Matsuri / Composed by Kitaro, arranged by Sim Boon Yew

Drums Ensemble: New Rolling Walnuts / Re-arranged by Quek Ling Kiong

Squabbling Duck / An Zhi-shun

Xylophone and Ensemble: Shi Ba Liu Si Er / Arranged by Li Min Xiong

Percussion and Orchestra: Czardas / Composed by Vittorio Monti, arranged by Liu Zhi Yue

Kaleidoscope World of Percussion / Wang Chen Wei

 

 

Little adventurers! It’s time for some music adventure again! Join us to experience an aural banquet through Matsuri to explore the wide range of percussion instruments. Have you ever thought of how a walnut could tumble musically, and that ducks can bicker? Or that a number game of Ten, Eight, Six, Four and Two can be a world of fun rhythms? Why do we clap our hands whenever we hear Radetzky March? Let us hit on our drums together and drum up a colourful storm at the concert!

Concert will be presented in English and is suitable for children 5 years and above.

 

Ticket Prices (Excluding SISTIC Fee): $37, $27

Family Package: 10% discount (3 tickets & above)

 

Pre-Concert Activities:
26 May 2018 (Saturday)
1
st session: 1.30pm
2nd session: 4pm
Singapore Conference Hall
Free admission! For ticketholders only.


Make Your Own Pellet Drum

Come early to make your own pellet drum and use it during the concert! You may also learn to make it at home by following Adventurer Quek Quek’s instructions in the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXVhcDkH2nQ. Don’t forget to bring it to the concert!

 

Percussion Workshop

Learn how to play percussion instruments and experience them yourself through Adventurer Quek Quek (conductor), Associate Percussion Principal Tan Loke Chuah and Percussion Musician Benjamin Boo in this free workshop! Limited to the 1st 60 concert ticketholders for each session!