Charlie Lim Concert
Three years after the release of his critically-acclaimed debut ‘TIME/SPACE’, Foundation-supported artiste, Charlie Lim, staged his first ever solo concert at Star Vista on 7 December 2018, Friday, at The Star Theatre.
In a breakthrough feat for the local artiste, Charlie commandeered an almost sold-out crowd at the 5,000 seat theatre, which has hosted world-class acts like David Foster.
Charlie premiered tracks from his new album as well as re-imagined favourites from his past discography, in a full-fledged headline concert for the first time in 3 years. Together with his superband The Mothership, the show also featured special guests Weish (.GIF), Yung Raja and Fariz Jabba, as well as backing vocals from Vanessa Fernandez (Vandetta, Octover) and Eugenia Yip (The Steve McQueens, Riot !n Magenta).
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Press Release: Singaporean jazz singer Joanna Dong’s new single titled 《第一章》will be released on 24 September on major digital platforms, the first in the UTOPIA Reimagined Series (“the Series”) – an initiative by the Foundation for The Arts and Social Enterprise (“The Foundation”) that will see four artists reimagine a symphony inspired by Singapore, written by a Russian composer and recorded by the London Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO).
Michael Tay’s early interest in philosophy has profoundly shaped the way he thinks about issues and trends – simultaneously teaching him how to seek underlying motivations and causes in the area of problem-solving. This, together with his passion for the arts and its place in society, led to the genesis of Foundation for the Arts and Social Enterprise, which aims to pin Singapore’s art scene onto the world map.