Ciné-concert is a unique cinematographic and musical experience, involving live musicians from Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music playing while the movies are being screened. (Re)discover timeless pieces of cinema with a selection of three silent short movies.
Ciné-Concert is part of International Music Day.
Rating: G | France | 1903 Duration: 2mins | Director: George Méliès Actors: Georges Méliès Genre: Comedy
Synopsis: A music master leads his band to a field where five telegraph lines are strung on utility poles. Hoisting up a giant treble clef, he turns the set of lines into a giant musical staff.
Limited seats available: first come first serve basis Doors open at 5.30pm
Meet the musicians
Meet Mervin Wong, Tsumugu Misugi and Nat Ng, members of the Selfish Independant Artists collective. Mervin is a multidisciplinary artist who creates music and sculpts sound. His past works include producing & composing bespoke music for contemporary dance theatre. Misugi is a recent graduate of School of the Arts, Singapore. He started playing the violin at the age of three and since then, has actively performed and participated in many competitions. Nat is a musicologist who plays the piano, oboe, and violin, but preferably not all at the same time. She is interested in multi-disciplinary collaborations in music, literature, art, and photography.