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Music Conversations Series: Lecture-Recital by Joost Flach and Nicholas Ong [Livestream]

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Imagine a big, old, and wrinkled envelope in your hand; in it, a photocopy of a handwritten composition for oboe and piano. The name and address of the composition’s recipient are written elegantly and beautifully in curved handwriting, and the title page is illustrated with enigmatic and almost childlike drawings. Stencilled on the manuscript is the composer’s name: Louis Andriessen.

Head of Winds Joost Flach and Senior Lecturer of Keyboard Studies Nicholas Ong present a lecture-recital showcasing solo and chamber works by the Andriessen family of musicians, who were pivotal in shaping the musical outlook of the Netherlands and elevating it to an international stature. The programme also features a youthful composition for oboe and piano by Zechariah Goh Toh Chai, Head of Composition and recipient of the NAC’s 2003 Young Artist Award.

Joost Flach, Oboe

Nicholas Ong, Piano

NAFA Wind Ensemble

Thursday 20 January 2022, 7.30pm to 8.45pm

Live broadcast from Lee Foundation Theatre, NAFA Campus 3

Enquiries: 6512 4179

Email: music@nafa.edu.sg

Website: www.nafa.edu.sg

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Established in 1984, the School of Music aims to provide a portfolio of music courses, which are both relevant to the Singaporean music performance and education scene, and also attractive to talented international students. NAFA is the only education institution in Singapore that offers diploma and degree programmes for both Chinese and Western music instrumentalists; the Bachelor of Music (Honours) is offered in collaboration with the Royal College of Music, London (RCM) and supported by the Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing. Over 200 diploma and degree students are supported by a distinguished international faculty. In addition to weekly public performances on campus, our student soloists, ensembles and orchestra can be heard regularly at performances in Singapore and abroad.

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