Spruce up your romantic outings with these art crowd-pleasers.
It’s monsoon season in Singapore – the perfect time to get cozy with your partner on a few well-deserved dates.
Whether you’re a culture connoisseur or can’t tell the difference between a Raphael and a Michelangelo, there’s always something in store for you in the local art scene.
Here are five fascinating events for the perfect day out with your loved one.
Intrigued by the elegant world of ballet? Alliance Française de Singapour’s cultural showcase DANCE: A tribute to Rudolf Nureyev is the perfect introduction.
To honour the life of France’s danseur par excellence, the two-month long celebration includes an exhibition of Nureyev’s original stage costumes and unpublished photographs, an introductory ballet class, and even a French vodka tasting session.
If you’ve been looking to practice a bit of that French you learned on Duolingo, here’s your chance!
The programme runs until Sep 25, with registration available here.
This one is for music junkies.
The ArtScience Museum seamlessly blends sound and art in Orchestral Manoeuvres: See Sound. Feel Sound. Be Sound., an exhibition which features 32 composers and contemporary artists.
The exhibition will be on display until Jan 2, 2022, with tickets priced at $16 for Singapore residents.
Treat your partner to intimate night surrounded by the lush resonance of a piano at Candlelight’s Best of Movie Soundtracks.
Held at the Victoria Concert Hall, virtuoso Gabriel Hoe will perform iconic film tracks such as The Little Mermaid’s Part Of Your World, Hedwig’s Theme from Harry Potter, and Aladdin’s A Whole New World.
Past editions of the concert included a repertoire of the classical world’s most famous pieces by Chopin and Beethoven.
The best part? A stage stippled with candlelight.
Tickets start from $46, with concerts held on Sep 28-29, Oct 5-6 and Oct 12-13.
Gone are the days when the Science Centre Singapore was exclusively for school field trips – it’s now a date spot for couples who love learning about history, science, and art.
The centre’s Da Vinci, The Exhibition features the heralded genius’ breakthroughs in painting, physics, and music.
Held at The Annexe, the exhibition will run until Jan 2, 2022.
Find out more here.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth and love hyperrealist art, Mucciaccia Gallery’s got you covered.
The contemporary art gallery is exhibiting Italian artist Roberto Bernardi’s super fun and colourful masterpieces in CANDYLAND, a collection of oil paintings of different kinds of candy.
From lollipops in La girandola rossa (2017) to sugar caramel cake in Il prescelto (2017), feast your eyes on this mind-bending treat of photograph-like excellence on canvas.
The works are on display at Gillman Barracks until Sep 19.
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