PRUDENTIAL EYE ZONE
You do not need to be a fan of K-pop to appreciate this exhibition curated by Korean singer-songwriter T.O.P. of BigBang, working with Korean curator Young Joo Lee. Featured are works (right) by eight Korean and Japanese artists in a show that runs alongside Prudential Singapore Eye, one of the largest surveys of Singapore's contemporary art scene to date.
Where: ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands MRT: Bayfront When: Till June 28, 10am - 7pm. Last admission at 6pm Admission: Tickets prices vary. Go to www.marinabaysands.com/ArtScienceMuseum
IMAGINARIUM: A VOYAGE OF BIG IDEAS
The fifth edition of the Singapore Art Museum's annual contemporary art exhibition for children is chock-full of workshops and interactive installations for the entire family. Look out for works at SAM at 8Q such as Izziyana Suhaimi's artwork based on knitting and needlework (right) and Chiang Yu Xiang's We Built This Estate!, which invites viewers to play with Tetris-shaped housing blocks.
Where: SAM at 8Q MRT: Bras Basah When: 10am - 7pm (Sat - Thu), 10am - 9pm (Fri) Admission: Free (Singaporeans, permanent residents & children under age six), $10 (non-resident adults) Info: www.singaporeartmuseum.sg
BENJAMIN GROSVENOR PLAYS LISZT (SSO)
British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor has been amazing audiences here with his delicate touch and insightful expression since he first came as a teenager five years ago. Look forward to his interpretation of the poetic Concerto No. 2 by Franz Liszt. The Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO), under the baton of Finnish conductor Okko Kamu, will open the concert with a new commission, Jia[K], by Singapore composer Emily Koh.
Where: Victoria Concert Hall MRT: Raffles Place/ City Hall When: Today & tomorrow, 7.30pm Admission: $20, $32, $55 & $72 from Sistic (call 6348-5555 or go to sistic.com.sg)
MUSIC OASIS: A MUSICAL JOURNEY AROUND THE WORLD
The Singapore Chinese Orchestra performs both Chinese orchestral music and Western classical tunes with aplomb. Head down to the Botanic Gardens for a crowd-pleasing concert. The ensemble will perform Bizet's Carmen Suite and a rearrangement of Tchaikovsky's famous Nutcracker Suite under the baton of assistant conductor Moses Gay (right).
Where: Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage, Singapore Botanic Gardens MRT: Botanic Gardens When: Tomorrow, 6pm Admission: Free