The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 28 to 30

The Scene

July 28, 2017 | BY Aditi Rane

Find out what's happening this weekend.

Photo: Courtesy of Moynat Singapore

Moynat Gallery Opening

When  July 28

What Moynat fans rejoice! Come this July, you’ll be able to enjoy a slice of French luxury without having to travel to Paris. Located in the heart of Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Moynet will be opening their first stand-alone store in Singapore. The Moynet Gallery will carry both men’s and women’s leather goods and accessories, trunks and textiles. Signature personalization services like hand-painted initials and custom orders for trunks and handbags will also be offered.

Find out more here.

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 28 to 30
Photo: Courtesy of Tang Quartet

Trampled Souls by Tang Quartet

When July 30

What Singapore's Tang Quartet will be launching its first album, titled Trampled Souls, in more than a decade to celebrate its 25th anniversary this Friday, July 28. With tracks ranging from dark to quirky, the band is proud to present its album, stating that each song is an inward representation of them as artists. To celebrate the launch, Tang Quartet will be performing a series of concerts -- first being  a Trampled Souls concert on July 30 at the Armenian Apostolic Church of St Gregory the Illuminator

Find out more here.

Photo: Courtesy of Sistic Singapore

Sachiyo: The Journey Concert

When July 29

What The talented Japanese-born singer-songwriter, Sachiyo Nakagaki, will be performing a special celebratory concert: Sachiyo - The Journey, to mark the two decades of her professional music career in Singapore.  Endearingly called the 'J-SG musical ambassador, she has been a bridge between the Singaporean and Japanese culture for the past 20 years and hopes to reminisce her journey together with the appreciators of her music.

Find out more here.

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 28 to 30
Photo: Courtesy of Eric Nam

Eric Nam Live in Singapore

When July 30

What The Korean-American Singer, Eric Nam, will be performing for the first time in Singapore. Known for his fusion of Korean and English music, the singer has been garnering a great deal of attention on an international level. With his extensive number of collaborations with American artists such as, Tablo and Gallant , Eric is acclaimed to be the next uprising star to keep an eye out for.

Find out more here.

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