If you’d like to bring your little one, to experience orchestra, Family Fun Day is just superb to start them, fostering the interest in classical music. It’s amazing how they present orchestra music in such a fun way that everyone, even the children are easier to accept and appreciate the music!
As usual, everyone needs to wear formal: no slippers, no scandals, no jeans, no denim, no shorts, no collarless t-shirts, no singlets, no sneakers and no sports attire. It’s indeed very nice, to see everyone is in their best clothes, looking casually elegant. We’re not allowed to use our cameras, video cameras. Even handphones are prohibited. So, strictly no photography in the hall.
Punctuality is very important. Please be there 15 minutes earlier as late comers will be denied to go in until the next interval period even you have the tickets to go in. As Magic in Music doesn’t have any interval between the whole sessions, you might really miss the whole show if you’re late even 1 minute. The reasons of setting all these rules are just to ensure, each and everyone inside the hall, will enjoy all the music performed, with maximum pleasure!
Introducing, Guillaume Tourniaire, a French conductor whom won the prestigious Australina Green Room Award, for the Best Conductor in 2015, is conducting the whole stage!
Our magical journey begins with, Harry Potter and Sorcerer’s Stone: Hedwig’s Theme, a very famous piece by John Williams. Followed by Mozart’s famous opera,
The Magic Flute, which premiered in Vienna, Austria in 1791…
Papageno’s Aria “Ein Madchen oder” Daniel Carison, Bass Britone,whom was awarded first prize, In the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Aria Competition…
Three Ladies’ Aria – the 3 servants of the Queen of the night, kill a serpent,in order to rescue handsome price Tamino,
And triumphantly sings “Triumph! Triumph!”
The 3 ladies are Ang Mei Foong, Soprano, Yeoh Ker Ker, Soprano and YiLing Chaing, Soprano. Yap Jin Hin, Tenor as handsome prince Tamino..
Antonin Dvorak’s opera, Rusalka, based on popular Czech fairytale, is the basis for the popular fairytale, The Little Mermaid. The 3 ladies then performed, Three Mermaids’ Aria “Hou! Hou! Hou!”
Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel was first performed in 1893 in Weimar, Germany.. The Witch’s Ride is really an incredible piece! The Witch’s aria “Hurr Hopp Hopp Hopp” Ang Mei Foong uncovers her wicked intentions…
After that, the stage goes back to The Magic Flute, Queen of the Night Aria “Der Holle Rache” one of the opera’s most demanding colatura soprano arias..Anna Simiska whom has sung Queen of the Night around the world, is truly magnificent! Nobody would want to miss her great performance! So amazing!
The show ended beautifully with The Sorcerer’s Apperentice by Paul Dukas. Yasmin describe the piece part by part, helping the young ones understand more about what the whole piece is about. This wonderful piece was featured in Disney’s animated concert film Fantasia, where Mickey Mouse plays the role of an apprentice o a wizard with magical blue pointy hat…
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