The concert duration is 1 hour, 10.30-11.30 AM
- The music is carefully chosen to appeal to both babies and adults and performed by professional musicians
- Children can dance, roam about, and listen to the music the way they feel it
- We don’t mind the babies making a bit of noise!
As numerous scientific researches prove, listening to classical music can make your child healthier, smarter and happier!
We are happy to offer a complimentary Gallery tour for our audience.
Strictly for families with children aged 2 and under.
(Children must be in a carrier.)
Date: Saturday, 3 June
Venue: Keppel Centre for Art Education, National Gallery Singapore
Go on a relaxed tour of the highlights from the UOB Southeast Asia Gallery with other families and explore important artworks by Southeast Asian artists.
To register, please email email@example.com with the names of all participants, the ages of the children, and a contact number by 31 May. Places are limited.
Fontane Liang, harp www.fontaneliang.com/
Born in Singapore, she is one of the most exciting pioneer young harpists in Singapore and is currently based in London. Fontane’s ability to engage the masses across a variety of styles makes her unique as a solo artist with Live Music Now, Concordia Foundation, concert series Bach to Baby and NonClassical. She is currently principal harpist of the Octandre Ensemble, London. Fontane has a passion for improvisation, specifically tailored to the audience.