The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: September 1 to 3

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September 1, 2017 | BY Wanlin Low

Start the last quarter of 2017 with music, dancing, and merrymaking.


The Jam

When September 1

What Kickstart the weekend with a musical collaboration like never before. Generation T 2017-lister Nathan Hartono and alumni Benjamin Kheng will be performing at the Esplanade Concert Hall, together with musicians Inch Chua, Tabitha Nauser and Andrew Marko. Promising a night of jamming and dancing, this concert will also raise funds to support Pangdemonium’s mission to create a platform for all established, emerging, and aspiring artists. Great music and a meaningful cause—what's not to love? 

Find out more here.

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: September 1 to 3

Ballet Under The Stars

When September 1 to 10

What The highly-anticipated Ballet Under The Stars is back for its 22nd edition at the Fort Canning Green. Playing out over two weekends, the Singapore Dance Theatre brings us three powerful and inspiring contemporary creations this week, namely Sticks and Stones by Kinsun Chan, Age of Innocence by Edwaard Liang, and Organ Concerto by Nils Christe. Grab your picnic mats and your loved ones for a romantic night of awe-inspiring wonder under the starry skies.

Find out more here.


Yayoi Kusama Closing – The Final Dot

When September 2

What We’ve visited the Yayoi Kusama: Life Is The Heart Of A Rainbow exhibition at the National Gallery in the past months and immersed ourselves in her eclectic world of dots and colours. Now it’s time to say goodbye, and the National Gallery thought of no better way to honour the great artist than throwing a silent disco party, aptly named The Final Dot. Dance the night away amidst the psychedelic polka-dotted space (and in polka-dot outfits too!) as we remember and cherish the many intimate moments Yayoi Kusama has brought into our lives.

Find out more here.

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: September 1 to 3

Brief Encounters: A Musical Affair

When September 3

What Award-winning Viennese concert choir Chorus Sine Nomine is here for a one-night-only concert at the Esplanade Concert Hall. In collaboration with Yamaha, Bosendorfer artist Churn Li, and the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra, prepare to be serenaded with sweet melodies as they present crowd favourites such as Brahm’s Wie liblich sind deine wohnungen and Parry’s Blest Pair of Sirens, which was performed at Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding. It will be a musical affair you won’t forget!

Find out more here.

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