Not sure what to do over the long weekend? Check out these exciting gigs. Ranging from jazz to Cantopop to ballet, there is something for everyone.
Michael Bolton Live in Concert 2012
Multiple Grammy Award-winning superstar, Michael Bolton, will croon hits such as "When a Man Loves a Woman", "How am I Supposed to Live Without You", "Time Love & Tenderness", "Soul Provider", "How Can We Be Lovers", "Said I Loved You...But I Lied", "Georgia", and "Dock of the Bay". Expect a few surprises with special guests and brand new songs from the recent album. 26 Oct. 8pm. Sands Theater. Tickets start from $70.
Jenny Tseng Love Show
Cantopop diva Jenny Tseng will sing her heart out in this large scale sold-out concert tour with Singapore as one of the Asian stopovers. The Austrian-Chinese singer's powerful vocals will give life to Cantonese and Mandarin songs from her four-decade long musical career. Oct 26. 8pm. Singapore Indoor Stadium. Tickets start from $68.
The Nutcracker on Ice
Be enchanted by a magical display of graceful and sublime ice dancing. Based on Tchaikovsky's most famous ballet, this Imperial Stars production features a 26-strong cast of Olympic, World, European and National Championship skaters. They will dazzle audiences with their exhilarating displays of breathtaking high-speed leaps and throws, and awe-inspiring acrobatics. 26-28 Oct. Various timings. Grand Theater at Marina Bay Sands. Tickets start from $95.
Car lover James Morrison is a virtuoso in the true sense of the word. Besides hosting automobile television program Top Gear Australia, he plays the trumpet, trombone, euphonium, flugel horn, tuba, saxophones, double bass and piano. Expect an evening of jazz music like no other. 27 Oct. 10pm. Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music Concert Hall. Tickets are $15 each.
The World of Lisa Ono- Brazilian Serenade Asia Tour
Enter into the musical world of the Queen of Bossa Nova - Lisa Ono. She will perform different genres of songs, including classical hits from Jazz, Hawaiian, Italian, French Nouvelle Pop, African and Middle Eastern, Latin and Soul merged with Bossa Nova. Expect local classical songs presented in Bossa Nova arrangements like "Bengawan Solo" and well-known Mandarin song "When will you return?". 27 Oct. 8pm. Kallang Theatre. Tickets start from $50.