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The Scene The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 12 To 14

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 12 To 14

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 12 To 14
By Amelia Yeo
July 10, 2019
Spend the evening at the opera or head to Kampong Glam this weekend to soak in the vibrant and cultural atmosphere
Image: Arts House Limited
Image: Arts House Limited

1/4 Aliwal Arts Night Crawl

What A rich cultural heritage that dates back to 1822 is entrenched in the Malay enclave that we now know as Kampong Glam, and you get to experience all that it has to offer from 1pm till 10pm this Saturday, in the seventh edition of the Aliwal Arts Centre's annual multi-disciplinary arts festival. Featuring a wide array of activities from story-telling tours to a bustling night market, immerse yourself in folktales associated with the area while taking in the lively atmosphere of this urban quarter.

When July 13

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(Related: Light After Dark: 5 Ways To Soak In The Sights And Sounds Of Vivid Sydney 2019)

2/4 Dwarf - Alexander Zemlinsky's Der Zwerg

What Under the helm of both award-winning theatre practitioner Edith Podesta, and musical director of The Young Musicians' Foundation Orchestra Alvin Seville Arumugam, an opera staging to Dwarf—Alexander Zemlinsky's Der Zwerg will be performed at the Esplanade Annexe Studio this weekend. Based on Oscar Wilde's short story, The Birthday of the Infanta, it follows the narrative of Zemlinksy and his journey through unrequited love and social inequality in contemporary society. 

When July 12 Till 14

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3/4 Not The Big Three

What The Philharmonic Orchestra Singapore presents a performance medley at the Victoria Concert Hall of the lesser-known composers from the classical era, including the likes of Giovanni Paisiello, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Antonio Salieri, Luigi Cherubini and Franz Schubert, whose compositions have certainly rendered them as one of the greats, alongside some of today's more commonly recognised musicians. 

When July 12

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(Related: Singapore Symphony Orchestra 40th Anniversary Gala Concert)

After Monument: Stasis
After Monument: Stasis

4/4 Mountain Pass: Negotiating Ambivalence Exhibition

What Homegrown artist Zen Teh holds her solo exhibition at Mizuma Gallery this weekend, which had been first presented in Bandung, Indonesia earlier on this year. The exhibition, which features media installations and photographic sculptures, explores the relationship between man and nature, and reflects upon the environment of which she was surrounded by during her two-month-long artist residency with Selasar Sunaryo Art Space in Bandung.

When Till August 10

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The Scene Dwarf—Alexander Zemlinsky's Der Zwerg Not The Big Three Mountain Pass: Negotiating Ambivalence Exhibition Aliwal Arts Night Crawl


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