Get your shopping bags ready this weekend to drop by Majestic Market, or be ready to get enthralled by the best of Hindustani classical music. Here is the list of things to choose from.
1. Vocal Traditions of India – The Best of Hindustani Classical Music
Siddhesh Bicholkar on Jaltarang (5.30pm to 6.15pm)
A highly-accomplished harmonium artist, Siddhesh Bicholkar is has mastered in wooing audiences with an instrumental performance. He is also well-versed with lesser known and rarely heard instruments.
Pandit Arun Kashalkar in concert (6.30pm to 8.30pm)
Trained primarily in the Agra Gharana style music, Pandit Arun Kashalkar is ‘A connoisseur's delight’. Renowned for his great command of melody, he incorporates elements from the Jaipur and Gwalior Gharanas.
Accompanied by Siddhesh Bicholkar on the harmonium and Praveen Karkare on the table.
When: February 18, 5.30pm to 6.15pm and 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Where: Esplanade Recital Studio
This year’s spotlight of the Swedish Film Festival is acclaimed director Roy Andersson and five of his great works. Including A Swedish Love Story, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence and You, the Living, there will be many more interesting screenings this time.
When: February 17-19
Where: The Projector, Level 5 Golden Mile Tower, 6001 Beach Rd, Singapore
Keong Saik is transforming into a street party once again to set your mood up. This time, it features 21 homegrown music artists from the Noise Music Mentorship 2016. Enjoy your weekend when dream pop quintet Subsonic Eye take the stage along with other talents coming together.
When: February 18
Where: Keong Saik Road, Singapore city
Assorted designs and local culture collide on the 10th-anniversary celebration of New Majestic Hotel. The three-day pop-up weekend bazaar has bagful to offer you. So get your shopping bags ready as the Majestic Market features vendors like Weekend Sundries and Chainless Brain.
When: February 17-19, at 5:00pm and 10:00am
Where: New Majestic Hotel
5. Mosh or Die
On an evening of moshing and fist-pumping good times, six of Singapore’s underground hardcore acts come together. Be blown away by the screaming vocals and abrasive rhythms of Tomorrows Ever Ending, Safeguard, Hollow Threat and other lung-bursting bands.
When: February 18, at 5:00pm
Where: Decline, #02-04 Yu Li Industrial Building, 37 Lorong 23 Geylang, Singapore