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THE GATHERING OF BIRDS

  • Conservatory Orchestra Hall 3 Conservatory Drive Singapore Singapore (map)

JEAN-PHILIPPE RAMEAU
Le rappel des oiseaux (The Gathering of Birds)              

EDWARD MACDOWELL
To a Humming Bird, from 6 Fancies, Op.7                                 

FOO XI YUAN (B.MUS4)
 

EDVARD GRIEG
Liten fugl (Little Bird), from Lyric Pieces Book III, Op.43   

CHEUNG KAM SAN (B.MUS2)
 

ADOLF VON HENSELT
“Si oiseau j’etais” (If I were a Bird), from 12 Etudes caracteristiques de concert Op.2            

KOH KAI JIE (B.MUS1)


ADOLF JENSEN

Waldvöglein (Little Wood-Bird), from Idyllen Op.43                 

POH KAI WEN (B.MUS2)
 

OLIVIER MESSIAEN
Le colombe (The Dove), from 8 Preludes                                   

JOSHUA VICTOR (B.MUS3)


THEODOR LESCHETIZKY
Les deux alouettes (The Two Larks), Op.2 No.1                       

PUALINA LIM (B.MUS1)
 

CYRIL SCOTT
Water-Wagtail, Op.71 No.3                                                            

ANG WEI YANG (B.MUS2)
 

SAINT-SAENS/GODOWSKY
Le cygne (The Swan), from The Carnival of the Animals                    

SETH TAN (B.MUS1)
 

LOUIS-CLAUDE DAQUIN
Le coucou (The Cuckoo), from Pieces de clavecin                             

MARCO GIOVANNI (B.MUS2)


ROBERT SCHUMANN
Vogel als Prophet (The Prophet Bird), from Waldszenen Op.82         

LIN XIANGNING (B.MUS3)
 

ALABIEFF/LISZT
Le rossignol (The Nightingale)                                                     

WANG HUANG HAO JIA (B.MUS1)
 

MAURICE RAVEL
Oiseaux tristes (Sad Birds), from Miroirs                                   

SHAYNA YAP (B.MUS2)
 

GLINKA/BALAKIREV
L’alouette (The Lark)                                                                  

ADRIANA CHIEW (B.MUS2)
 

CHARLES GRIFFES
The White Peacock, from Roman Sketches Op.7                       

TAN TZU KUANG (B.MUS3)
 

STRAVINSKY/AGOSTI
The Firebird Suite                                                                                    

GABRIEL HOE (B.MUS3)

 

In this studio project, Tiudents (as affectionately knowned by students of Prof. Albert Tiu) perform a kaleidoscopic range of bird-themed piano pieces. To quote American pianist Michael Lewin: "(Birds) speak to freedom, beauty, and the ability to soar free, as Icarus. What could be more liberating than the ability to fly through the air, freed from gravity and human constraints?” Since the beginning of recorded time, birds have inspired literature, poetry, painting and sculpture. From 'The Birds' of Aristophanes to 'The Raven' of Edgar Allan Poe, the carved wooden birds of Africa to the 'Helmeted Bird Monster' sculpture of Hieronymous Bosch, the ancient Chinese Flower-and-Bird paintings to Western Wildlife artists, birds have stimulated creativity in every genre, as they fascinate and enchant.

 

Ticketing Information
• Free admission.
• All event information is correct at time of print
• Out of respect for other concert goers, no children under 6 years of age will be allowed admission.

 

Earlier Event: October 30
Composition Workshop: COMPOSING FOR BRASS
Later Event: October 31
Buzz Reeding: ANTHONY PLOG