|William Close and the Earth Harp.|
Photo courtesy of Belinda Tan.
Have you caught a glimpse of William Close's performance on the first weekend of the Singapore Night Festival? On the second weekend of the Singapore, William Close will present a new set of performances together with Austrian-based collection, Phoenix.
|Phoenix. Photo credit: Bras Basah.Bugis.Precinct|
According to the festival guide, Phoenix's fiery and gravity-defying performances will be accompanied by William Close's "Earth Harp" that transforms the museum into a giant instrument. It looks like audience who will be attending the second weekend of the Singapore Night Festival will be treated to aerial dances and LED light performances.
Check this out:
William Close Featuring Phoenix (USA/AUT)
Front Lawn, National Museum of Singapore
Fri and Sat, 29 and 30 Aug 2014
7.30 p.m. - 11.45 p.m. (with breaks between)
7.30 p.m.: William Close and Phoenix (Aerial performance)
8.45 p.m. William Close and Phoenix (LED light performance)
10.00 p.m.: Phoenix (Fire performance)
11.15 p.m. William Close and Phoenix (Grand finale)
Each show is 30 minutes long.
In the meantime, if you have missed the Singapore Night Festival 2014 last weekend and would like some recommendations, here is a link to some of my picks for the Singapore Night Festival 2014: Bold and Beautiful.
Singapore Night Festival 2014
22 and 23 Aug 2014
29 and 30 Aug 2014
8 p.m. - 2 a.m.
- Basah.Bugis Precinct (5 zones)
- National Museum of Singapore
- Armenian Street (including Peranakan Museum, The Substation and Armenian Church)
- Singapore Art Museum and Queen Street (including National Design Centre)
- Singapore Management University and School of the Arts
- Cathay Green (Opposite SOTA)
Nearby MRT stations: Dhoby Ghaut, Bras Basah, City Hall MRT stations
Other articles on the Singapore Night Festival 2014:
Singapore Night Festival kicks off, CNA.
10 Things to Check Out at the Singapore Night Festival 2014, by Bandwagon. Words by Delfina Utomo.
Singapore Night Festival 2014 - Bold and Beautiful By Johnny Chen
Bold and Beautiful - let's Harp on it by Jerome Lim, The Long and Winding Road.