Four family-friendly programmes to check out at Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) 2019 for an immersive arts experience

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Now in its 42nd year, SIFA 2019 continues to champion the creation and presentation of Singaporean and international works for diverse audiences. Families specifically can look forward to a curated selection of programmes designed to excite individuals of all ages, even the young so as to cultivate their interest in the arts.

Recommended programme and activities include:

  • Peter and the Wolf
    • Silo Theatre presents a modern adaptation of Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, using a six-piece band, puppetry, live videography and a local narrator, to stage the musical production that will delight young audiences
    • Family package of 4 available
    • Suitable for audiences age 5 years and above
  • We Can Dance
    • An interactive performance installation which invites audiences to imitate choreography in a recording booth to create a collaborative dance that is projected to reveal the interactions and interpretations of each subsequent participant
    • This is a collaboration between Daily tous les jour and local hip-hop duo, ScRach MarcS
    • The installation is non-ticketed and held at National Library Board atrium
  • De Relaxerette
    • A revolving installation conceived by Dutch artist Arjan Kruidhof, where audiences put headphones on and explore a collection of sounds and stories from Singapore and the Netherlands
    • The installation is non-ticketed and held at two locations, Our Tampines Hub and National Library Building
    • Suitable for children aged 6 years and above
  • Festival Closing Concert
    • This concert is held in closing of SIFA 2019 with Singapore leading vocalists Elena Wang, Julia Abueva, and Sean Ghazi as they perform in an enchanted evening of musical tunes
    • SIFA will also be presenting the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Joshua Tan, presenting a perfect opportunity for favourite tunes to be enjoyed in a full orchestra performance
    • The event is non-ticketed and held at the Singapore Botanic Gardens

Families can also take advantage of ticketing incentives, such as the $10 front-row student ticket initiative launched last year, as well as concessions for students, NSFs, senior citizens and ticket bundle deals.

To find out more about Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) 2019, programmes and ticketing details, please visit https://www.sifa.sg/

 

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