Concert Highlights

Rediffusion’s signature storyteller Lee Dai Sor’s classic piece Thunderstorm and Drought and the lottery music lives in the memories of our then-days Singaporeans’ memories.

Young People’s Concert: A Voyage to Nanyang IV – Karung Guni Capriccioso

2017 Concert Season

  • 10 November 2017 (Fri) 10.30 am 11 November 2017 (Sat) 5 pm
  • Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Auditorium
  • S$25
  • 2017 Concert Season

Concert Information

Quek Ling KiongResident Conductor

Narrator / Actor: Ong Teck Chon (as Mr “O”ld-Fashioned)

Rediffusion’s signature storyteller Lee Dai Sor’s classic piece Thunderstorm and Drought and the lottery music lives in the memories of our then-days Singaporeans’ memories. As Ah De comes into contact with old goods, he meets the owner of an antique shop, Mr “O”ld-Fashioned (acted by ...

Narrator / Actor: Ong Teck Chon (as Mr “O”ld-Fashioned)

Rediffusion’s signature storyteller Lee Dai Sor’s classic piece Thunderstorm and Drought and the lottery music lives in the memories of our then-days Singaporeans’ memories. As Ah De comes into contact with old goods, he meets the owner of an antique shop, Mr “O”ld-Fashioned (acted by Ong Teck Chon). Together, they will reminisce Singapore’s olden days through items such as the abacus, clock, typewriter, mahjong, vinyl records and many others illustrated through pieces such as The TypewriterThe Syncopated ClockMahjong Kakis and the world premiere of local composer Phang Kok Jun’s Karung Guni Capriccioso!

*Concert will be conducted in Mandarin with English subtitles, recommended for children 7 years old and above.

Ticket Pricing (Excludes Booking Fee): S$25

Pre-Concert Activity

There will be a pre-concert activity held 45 mins before each concert, where young audience can try their hand to make abacus. Thereafter, children may take pictures with the abacus they made with vintage items on display at the photobooth.

Date/Time:
 10 November 2017 (Friday), 9.45am
 11 November 2017 (Saturday), 1.45pm, 4.15pm

Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Auditorium Foyer

*For concert ticket holders only.

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