Intricate Indian classical dance movements, set to a mix of traditional instrumental Chinese and electronic music? A musical and visual feast awaits at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre from 2 April to 5 April 2020 as it presents Night Walker, a newly commissioned work produced by RuanAtWorkz Musical Arts. An original theatrical recital, Night Walker invites audiences to follow a troubled composer, a curious night elf, and a tireless sound designer on their journey into the night.
“To know a person, you have to first know their culture because culture is not just an identity but also a sense of belonging. Only through culture can we ensure our values and beliefs are passed from generation to generation. This is why we have been advocating the importance of multiculturalism through our presentations. Audiences at Night Walker will have a chance to experience a seamless integration of different cultures and different artforms on the same stage, which is rarely seen. Furthermore, we hope that through our collaborative music and dance, we can evoke your emotions and stir your imagination.”
said Neil Chua, Artistic Director and Founder of RuanAtWorkz Musical Arts.
For more information, please visit https://www.singaporeccc.org.sg/event/night-walker/.
Tickets: S$25 to S$35, available at http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/night0420
Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, 1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore 018906
When: 2 - 5 Apr 2020,