Tze Toh and TO Ensemble presents a performance of original contemporary fusion works from more than a decade of concerts inspired by the beauty of our world. Through the music, immerse in nature’s breathtaking tapestry – a symphony of life orchestrated in a unique blend of jazz, film score, classical, Indian music and Asian sounds. Join us as we travel from the depths of the oceans discovering mysterious whales, to the Arctic where a lonesome polar bear walks; from the Nordic lands of mountains and fjords, to a lake where we hear a beautiful swan’s call; finally dance a dance of life in the forest, and to the skies with a song of the wind, and above to the stars beyond.

NAC-ExxonMobil Concert in the Gardens Mar 2024

📅 2 Mar 2024
⏱ 5.30pm – 7pm
📍 Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage

Featuring original music by award-winning composer Tze Toh, and performed by Lazar T. Sebastine (Carnatic violin), Wu Bingling (violin), Teo Boon Chye (tenor sax), Tze Toh (piano), Miyata Masato (bass) and Phan Qi Xian (drums).

Tze Toh composes for film, animation, documentaries, concerts, contemporary dance, TVCs and events/media, working with international brands such as Cartier, Club Med, Toyota Discovery Channel and Nendo. An exceptionally versatile composer/pianist, Tze Toh was described by The Straits Times as “an extraordinary musician whose idiom straddles comfortably between genres of classical, jazz, world and film music” who “possesses an original voice”. The Business Times described his music as “sophisticated and accessible”, selecting his debut album Stories from Wonderland as one of the top 10 albums of the year, having “helped shape music in 2011”. His latest concept album Memories of 2055, exploring what it means to be human through the eyes of an A.I, was released to much acclaim. His works have been showcased in Brazil, the Netherlands, the Maldives, Poland, Spain, France, UK, New Zealand, Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong and China. He often experiments, collaborating with artists from outside of music, from dance choreographers, painters, motion graphics artists, fashion designers, chefs, poets, story-tellers to scientists.

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About TO Ensemble

TO Ensemble is Singapore’s innovative contemporary music ensemble which creates multi-disciplinary performances exploring the relationships between Man, Technology and Nature through original concert stories. Created in 2007 by composer-pianist Tze Toh, its music is original and draws from a multitude of musical cultures including jazz, film score and classical music and Asian sounds. The ensemble is a collective made up of outstanding musicians from various musical traditions – from jazz, classical to Indian, Chinese music, among others, who have all performed internationally, and each possessing a distinct voice. TO Ensemble has performed for the Journey of Youth Olympic Flame 2010, Singapore International Festival of Music (SIFOM), Titian Budaya Festival, Singapore Heritage Festival, Esplanade’s MOSAIC Music Festival, the official opening of Singapore’s iconic Gardens by the Bay and National Gallery Singapore’s inaugural Gallery Late Night series.

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Background on NAC-ExxonMobil Concert in the Park Series

The NAC-ExxonMobil Concert in the Park series was launched in 1996, with the aim of bringing the arts to new audiences and exposing them to various art forms through a series of quality concerts held at accessible parks. The target audiences include neighbourhood communities, youth, families and senior citizens. The series is sponsored by ExxonMobil and supported by National Parks Board and has been generally well-received by the public over the years.

Usually held four times a year, NAC-ExxonMobil Concert in the Park brings you an afternoon of quality performances and fringe activities, featuring emerging and established artists.

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