10 collaborations comprising emerging and established artists, 10 Singapore Classic Hits voted by the public, 10 weeks in the making, all for one night.
Pop-Up Noise: The Great Singapore Replay brings back Singapore's greatest hits of yesteryears, reimagined by artists who are shaping Singapore's music scene today. This will be a discovery of Singapore's musical heritage and its talents of today, through the power of collaboration as the artists attempt to remake a classic song through their own lens. Follow the artists' journey and watch the culmination of their partnership live on 9 September at Clarke Quay Central.
Get up close and personal with Nathan Hartono, Benjamin Kheng, Inch Chua, Tabitha Nauser, and Andrew Marko at this one-night only musical extravaganza, at the Esplanade Concert Hall. Be prepared to dance in the aisles and sing-along to a set list of originals and familiar favorites as these five members of the Pangdemonium family work together to create on stage magic.
This event is also a fundraiser for Pangdemonium. Every purchase is a donation towards our mission to provide established, emerging and aspiring artists a platform to develop their skills and create more unique ass-kicking performances!
One table. Two Chairs. Twenty Minutes. Three Artists.
The rules have been set. The rest is free creation.
One Table Two Chairs Experimental Series returns once again for its fifth edition. This year, a diverse group of 9 young artists from various backgrounds, disciplines and nationalities will be invited for a four day artist residency and creative retreat. The artists will spend the mornings engaging in training and skill exchange, while the afternoons will see them divided into three groups for creative development. Their process will be documented and a series of presentations will mark the end of this residency. Working under exquisite pressure, the possibilities are endless.
One Table Two Chairs Experimental Series cordially invites you to witness our creative journey and await the culmination of three original works, three unexpected yet inspiring collisions.