The stage is set
ducted by Brent Havens, is the MPO’s orchestral tribute to the legendary British rock band on Aug 22-23. The MPO celebrates the 150th anniversary of the birth of two significant composers: Richard Strauss this October (with Sensational Strauss concerts conducted by acclaimed Dutch musician Edo de Waart), and Jean Sibelius in Feb 2015 (with concerts led by renowned Finnish conductors JukkaPekka Saraste and Hannu Lintu).
On Oct 14, dance fans can get their flamenco freak on with Spanish choreographer/ dancer Isabel Bayón’s show, which is set to raise the roof at DFP.
Following that on Nov 3, R&B star Dayang Nurfaizah will perform in a concert to celebrate her 15th anniversary in the music industry. Another homegrown treat for this new season is the MPO’s collaboration with Malay pop icon Jamal Abdillah, scheduled for March 28-29, which promises to revisit the singer’s career bests from the past 30 years.
On Feb 28 and March 1, don’t miss American classical violinist Sarah Chang who will once again charm listeners with Czech composer Antonin Dvorak’s concerto. Dutch superstar violinist Janine Jansen adds more treats with a Felix Mendelssohn concerto on April 18-19.
If anything, the diverse delights for this upcoming DFP season will keep your monthly concert calendar really busy.
american classical star Sarah Chang is another treat for music fans at the dFP in February next year.
dayang nurfaizah is set to load up a careerspanning set at dFP on nov 3.