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SIFA 2022: Introducing new Festival Director Natalie Hennedige

Natalie Hennedige has been announced to step in as the new Festival Director for SIFA 2022-2024.

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Thematic arc for Singapore International Festival of Arts from 2022 to 2024

Theatre veteran Natalie Hennedige is the director of the Singapore International Festival of Arts from 2022 to 2024.

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Performances, Panel talks, In conversation sessions and more
Music
13 MAY 2021
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First seen as a livestream concert on 30 December 2020 for SIFA v2.020 Jazz at Play: 7 Songs at Christmas at Play Den, The Arts House.
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First seen as a livestream concert on 30 December 2020 for SIFA v2.020 Jazz at Play: 7 Songs at Christmas at Play Den, The Arts House.
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Music
13 MAY 2021
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First seen as a livestream concert on 28 December 2020 for SIFA v2.020 Jazz at Play: 7 Songs at Christmas at Blujaz.
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First seen as a livestream concert on 28 December 2020 for SIFA v2.020 Jazz at Play: 7 Songs at Christmas at Blujaz.
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Vodcast
30 Apr, Thu
54 views . 7 shares
Feat. Alemay Fernandez (vocals), Oliver von Essen (organ), Darryl Ervin (drums).Homegrown powerhouse Alemay Fernandez wows audiences with her unmistakeable onstage charm and flawless vocals.
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Feat. Alemay Fernandez (vocals), Oliver von Essen (organ), Darryl Ervin (drums).Homegrown powerhouse Alemay Fernandez wows audiences with her unmistakeable onstage charm and flawless vocals.
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Critics Live! is a critics-led programme series created by ArtsEquator to give arts audiences an insight into how critics formulate their responses to performances. In this session, join an international panel of critics - Alice Saville (UK), Amitha Amranand (TH), Matthew Lyon (SG) and Taisuke Shimanuki (JP) in a post-show conversation about OIWA: The Ghost of Yotsuya by Singapore's The Finger Players.
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Critics Live! is a critics-led programme series created by ArtsEquator to give arts audiences an insight into how critics formulate their responses to performances. In this session, join an international panel of critics - Alice Saville (UK), Amitha Amranand (TH), Matthew Lyon (SG) and Taisuke...
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Critics Live! is a critics-led programme series created by ArtsEquator to give arts audiences an insight into how critics formulate their responses to performances. In this session, join critics Clarissa Oon, Lee Shu Yu, Nabilah Said and Naeem Kapadia in a post-show conversation about The Year of No Return by The Necessary Stage.
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Critics Live! is a critics-led programme series created by ArtsEquator to give arts audiences an insight into how critics formulate their responses to performances. In this session, join critics Clarissa Oon, Lee Shu Yu, Nabilah Said and Naeem Kapadia in a post-show conversation about The Year of...
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Behind The Scenes
10 DEC 2020 | FREE
158 views . 12 shares
There are endless rumours surrounding the creation / adaptation / re-adaptation of this landmark work. In this panel discussion, we will be inviting an eclectic crew of individuals who are knee deep in the rites, rituals and rumours surrounding the world of Lady Oiwa.
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There are endless rumours surrounding the creation / adaptation / re-adaptation of this landmark work. In this panel discussion, we will be inviting an eclectic crew of individuals who are knee deep in the rites, rituals and rumours surrounding the world of Lady Oiwa.
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Talk
23 OCT 2020 | FREE
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Meet the Creatives behind OIWA – The Ghost of Yotsuya, and get an insight to the process and conversations behind this epic work as it enters its third year of creation and refinement.
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Meet the Creatives behind OIWA – The Ghost of Yotsuya, and get an insight to the process and conversations behind this epic work as it enters its third year of creation and refinement.
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Talk
23 NOV 2020 | FREE
143 views . 17 shares
In this tumultuous pandemic where travel remains largely prohibitive, how can art making still happen across continents? Fresh from their two-week online workshop, Singapore theatre-makers Nine Years Theatre and New York-based collaborator SITI Company will share insights into their approach to creating SIFA 2021’s commission Three Sisters in these challenging times.
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In this tumultuous pandemic where travel remains largely prohibitive, how can art making still happen across continents? Fresh from their two-week online workshop, Singapore theatre-makers Nine Years Theatre and New York-based collaborator SITI Company will share insights into their approach to...
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Multi-disciplinary
1 JUL 2021
50 views . 5 shares
In a series of four Zoom "lunches" that took place as part of SIFA2021, participants receive meals prepared by Indonesian vegetarian restaurant Warung Ijo, delivered to their doorsteps. Over lunch, they participate in a series of conversations and activities facilitated by Brack, and explore where our food comes from, the power of agency amidst constraints, and the act of hosting as a way of manifesting values into space.
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In a series of four Zoom "lunches" that took place as part of SIFA2021, participants receive meals prepared by Indonesian vegetarian restaurant Warung Ijo, delivered to their doorsteps. Over lunch, they participate in a series of conversations and activities facilitated by Brack, and explore where...
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