April-June 2024: Olga Peretyatko Gala, Brahms’s Requiem and Mother’s Day Concert

April-June 2024: Olga Peretyatko Gala, Brahms’s Requiem and Mother’s Day Concert

April-June 2024: Olga Peretyatko Gala, Brahms’s Requiem and Mother’s Day Concert

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The Singapore Symphony Orchestra rounds up the 2023/24 Season with its annual Mother's Day Concert, performances by Olga Peretyatko, Benjamin Schmid and Paul Lewis.

Singapore, 26 February 2024 — The Singapore Symphony Orchestra closes the 2023/24 season with an exciting line-up of performances for both classical music fans and casual listeners. Enjoy an unforgettable musical experience amidst nature in the Singapore Botanic Gardens at the SSO Mother’s Day Concert, a Gala evening with soprano Olga Peretyatko, and concerts featuring Brahms’s Requiem, Tchaikovsky’s 5th Symphony, Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique and more.

April 2024

Opera enthusiasts can look forward to SSO Gala: A Night at the Opera on 6 April featuring soprano Olga Peretyatko and conductor Mikhail Agrest. This Romantic programme will feature French and Italian opera staples. On 27 April, try a completely different take in musical theatre with Ravel’s one-act comédie musicale The Spanish Hour directed by Hans Graf in Ravel’s Spain, starring Singaporean mezzo-soprano Jade Tan in the lead role. The second half features the French composer’s poetic inspirations from the Iberian Peninsula, ending with Boléro.

On 20 April, the Esplanade Concert Hall will host the Singapore Symphony Chorus and Youth Choir alongside Swedish soprano Susanna Andersson and Danish baritone Bo Skovhus as they perform Brahms’s Requiem, a work unique in its genre for being written as consolation to the bereaved. The concert will also showcase Singapore-based Australian cellist Qin Li-Wei in Schumann’s Cello Concerto, with the Singapore National Youth Orchestra performing side by side with the SSO.

May 2024

On 2 and 3 May, audiences will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a lavish programme of Romantic fervour contrasted with piquant modernity led by Music Director Hans Graf. The line-up includes Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Overture-Fantasy and Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 2, starring critically acclaimed violinist Benjamin Schmid.

On 12 May, have a picnic with your loved ones to celebrate all moms at the SSO Mother’s Day Concert. Conducted by Music Director Hans Graf for the first time, expect a charming selection of classical masterpieces amidst the open-air greenery of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. This concert is supported by the SSO’s Official Radio Station, Symphony 924.

This May, witness acclaimed French harpist Xavier de Maistre in a rare a solo recital Poetry of the Harp on 22 May. He performs again on 25 May with the SSO, in Argentinian composer Ginastera’s Harp Concerto directed by French conductor Pierre Bleuse. The SSO will also perform Respighi’s Fountains of Rome and Roman Festivals.

Winner of six Gramophone Awards, the much-lauded Pavel Haas Quartet will perform music from their Czech roots, Suk, Smetana and Janáček on 19 May, as part of the VCHpresents Chamber series.

On 25 May, experience the power and beauty of words combined with music as the Singapore Symphony Children’s Choir and their Choirmaster Wong Lai Foon present The Poetry of Song.

June 2024

Conductor Pierre Bleuse will lead the SSO in a final epic chapter of the 2023/24 season on 1 June. The concert will feature two of the most popular works in the Romantic repertory, Berlioz’s spectacular Symphonie Fantastique and Beethoven’s magnificent Emperor Piano Concerto, performed by renowned British pianist Paul Lewis.

On 15 June, performing arts lovers are invited to VCHpresents Organ: The Crow and the Dove. This special programme, narrated by organ virtuoso Margaret Chen, will be complemented by graceful dancers, showcasing a fusion of ballet and Filipino folk dance.

Olga Peretyatko – A Night at the Opera
Season 2023/24 • SSO Gala

Olga Peretyatko – A Night at the Opera

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Mikhail Agrest, conductor / Olga Peretyatko, soprano

Sat / 06 Apr 24 / 7.30pm

Esplanade Concert Hall

Truly enchanting, dazzling, luxurious – soprano Olga Peretyatko has charmed audiences all over the world with her voice. Join the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and the acclaimed Mikhail Agrest as they accompany her in a night of the most cherished opera arias from the French and Italian repertory.

Featuring

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Mikhail Agrest, conductor / Olga Peretyatko, soprano

Programme

Overture to Don Pasquale

Gaetano Donizetti (Donizetti)

“Quel guardo il cavaliere” from Don Pasquale

Gaetano Donizetti (Donizetti)

“Casta Diva” from Norma

Vincenzo Bellini (Bellini)

Preludio Sinfonico

Giacomo Puccini (Puccini)

“Tacea la notte placida... di tale amor che dirsi” from Il trovatore

Giuseppe Verdi (Verdi)

“Merce dilette amici” from I Vespri Siciliani

Giuseppe Verdi (Verdi)

Prélude and Aragonaise from Carmen Suite No. 1

Georges Bizet (Bizet)

“Ouvre ton coeur” from Vasco de Gama

Georges Bizet (Bizet)

“Me voila seule dans la nuit” from Le Pecheurs de Perles

Georges Bizet (Bizet)

“Fete Polonaise” from Le roi malgre lui

Alexis Emmanuel Chabrier (Chabrier)

"Obéissons quand leur voix appelle" (Gavotte) from Manon

Jules Massenet (Massenet)

"Je veux vivre dans le rêve" (Valse) from Roméo et Juliette

Charles Gounod (Gounod)
Price

$128, $98, $78, $58, $38, $25

Ravel’s Spain
Season 2023/24 • Subscription Concert

Ravel’s Spain

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Hans Graf, Music Director / Jade Tan, mezzo-soprano/Concepción / Bo Skovhus, baritone/Ramiro / Kangyoon Shine Lee, tenor/Gonzalve / Anthony Robin Schneider, bass/Don Iñigo Gomez / Jonathan Charles Tay, tenor/Torquemada / Boon Hua Lien, Assistant Conductor (L'heure espagnole) / Gabriel Chan, Lighting Designer / Shane Thio, Répétiteur / Mirabel Neo, Stage Manager / Leong Shan Yi, Deputy Stage Manager / Shridar Mani, Surtitles / Laurence Biard, French coach

Sat / 27 Apr 24 / 7.30pm

Esplanade Concert Hall

¡Ole! Expect sumptuous songs, Flamenco rhythms, wry humour and an orchestral swirl of colours unique to the French masters in this evening of music inspired by Spain. Ravel’s one-act comédie musicale The Spanish Hour will be semi-staged with Singaporean mezzo-soprano Jade Tan in the leading role, while baritone Bo Skovhus serenades his perfect lady in the enchanting songs of Don Quichotte à Dulcinée. This magical night conducted by Singapore Symphony Music Director Hans Graf also displays the orchestra in Ravel’s full sonic canvas, from the evocative Rapsodie espagnole to the electrifying, utterly unforgettable Boléro.

With surtitles in English.

Featuring

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Hans Graf, Music Director / Jade Tan, mezzo-soprano/Concepción / Bo Skovhus, baritone/Ramiro / Kangyoon Shine Lee, tenor/Gonzalve / Anthony Robin Schneider, bass/Don Iñigo Gomez / Jonathan Charles Tay, tenor/Torquemada / Boon Hua Lien, Assistant Conductor (L'heure espagnole) / Gabriel Chan, Lighting Designer / Shane Thio, Répétiteur / Mirabel Neo, Stage Manager / Leong Shan Yi, Deputy Stage Manager / Shridar Mani, Surtitles / Laurence Biard, French coach

Programme

L’Heure espagnole (The Spanish Hour)

Maurice Ravel (Ravel)

Rapsodie espagnole

Maurice Ravel (Ravel)

Chanson espagnole¹

Maurice Ravel (Ravel)

Pièce en forme de habanera¹

Maurice Ravel (Ravel)

Don Quichotte à Dulcinée²

Maurice Ravel (Ravel)

Boléro

Maurice Ravel (Ravel)
Price

$88, $68, $48, $38, $28, $15

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Brahms Requiem and Schumann Cello Concerto
Season 2023/24 • Subscription Concert

Brahms Requiem and Schumann Cello Concerto

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Singapore National Youth Orchestra / Singapore Symphony Chorus / Singapore Symphony Youth Choir / Hans Graf, Music Director / Eudenice Palaruan, Choral Director / Wong Lai Foon, Choirmaster / Qin Li-Wei, cello / Susanna Andersson, soprano / Bo Skovhus, baritone

Sat / 20 Apr 24 / 7.30pm

Esplanade Concert Hall

Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted. Brahms wrote his Requiem not to mourn the dead, but to give solace to the bereaved. Brahms himself lost a dear friend and mentor when Schumann died in 1856. The latter never heard his Cello Concerto performed. Their music comes to life in this soul-searching programme featuring Singapore-based Australian cellist Qin Li-Wei in Schumann’s Cello Concerto and the Singapore National Youth Orchestra playing side-by-side with the SSO. The Singapore Symphony Chorus and Youth Choir, Swedish soprano Susanna Andersson and Danish baritone Bo Skovhus lend their voices to Brahms’s Requiem.

Featuring

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Singapore National Youth Orchestra / Singapore Symphony Chorus / Singapore Symphony Youth Choir / Hans Graf, Music Director / Eudenice Palaruan, Choral Director / Wong Lai Foon, Choirmaster / Qin Li-Wei, cello / Susanna Andersson, soprano / Bo Skovhus, baritone

Programme

Cello Concerto in A minor, Op. 129*

Robert Schumann (Schumann)

Ein deutsches Requiem^

Johannes Brahms (Brahms)
Price

$88, $68, $48, $38, $28, $15

Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev – Hans Graf and Benjamin Schmid
Season 2023/24 • Subscription Concert

Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev – Hans Graf and Benjamin Schmid

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Hans Graf, Music Director / Benjamin Schmid, violin

Thu / 02 May 24 / 7.30pm

Fri / 03 May 24 / 7.30pm

Esplanade Concert Hall

Tchaikovsky holds nothing back in his tremendous Fifth Symphony, a towering work with its heart fully on its sleeve, nor in his turbulent overture encapsulating the passion and angst of Romeo and Juliet. Couple these with the lyrical desolation of Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 2, starring the versatile and critically acclaimed violinist Benjamin Schmid, and you have a lavish programme of Romantic fervour and piquant modernity that will not fail to please.

This concert will be broadcast on medici.tv and the Singapore Symphony YouTube channel from 3 May.

Featuring

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Hans Graf, Music Director / Benjamin Schmid, violin

Programme

Romeo and Juliet Overture-Fantasy

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Tchaikovsky)

Violin Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 63*

Sergei Prokofiev (Prokofiev)

Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Tchaikovsky)
Price

$88, $68, $48, $38, $28, $15

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SSO Mother’s Day Concert 2024
Season 2023/24 • Free Concerts

SSO Mother’s Day Concert 2024

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Hans Graf, Music Director / Jade Tan, mezzo-soprano / Tseng Chieh-An, violin / Samuel Phua, saxophone

Sun / 12 May 24 / 6.00pm

Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage, Singapore Botanic Gardens

It’s a very special Mother’s Day Concert this year with our Music Director Hans Graf himself conducting the Singapore Symphony Orchestra! Expect an enchanting selection of classical delights and picturesque scenes from the great operas, amidst the open-air greenery of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Join us and make it an unforgettably musical Mother’s Day for the moms in your life!

Don't miss the pre-show performance happening from 5.35pm by Symphony 924's Young Talent, Mapletree-TENG Scholar and Zhong Ruan musician, Li Zhixin will perform Camel Bells Along the Silk Road 丝路驼铃 by Ning Yong. This segment will be hosted by hosted by Khim Oei and Amanda Zhu.

The performance will be streamed live on the SSO Youtube channel.

Featuring

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Hans Graf, Music Director / Jade Tan, mezzo-soprano / Tseng Chieh-An, violin / Samuel Phua, saxophone

Programme

Selections from Carmen*

Georges Bizet (Bizet)

Selections from Children’s Games

Georges Bizet (Bizet)

Méditation¹

Jules Massenet (Massenet)

The Swan

Camille Saint-Saëns (Saint-Saëns)

Prélude from L'Arlésienne Suite No.1

Georges Bizet (Bizet)

Brazileira²

Darius Milhaud (Milhaud)

Sicilienne

Gabriel Fauré (Fauré)

Pavane pour une infante défunte

Maurice Ravel (Ravel)

Waltz from Faust

Charles Gounod (Gounod)
Price

Free admission

The Pavel Haas Quartet
Season 2023/24 • VCHpresents: Chamber

The Pavel Haas Quartet

Pavel Haas Quartet

Sun / 19 May 24 / 7.30pm

Victoria Concert Hall

Winner of six Gramophone Awards, the much-lauded Pavel Haas Quartet is named after the Czech composer Pavel Haas (1899–1944). Their reputation for championing the music – both familiar and unfamiliar – of their homeland is more than abundantly justified by their magnificent musicianship. Not to be missed!

Featuring

Pavel Haas Quartet

Programme

Meditation on the Old Czech Chorale “St. Wenceslas”, Op. 35a

Josef Suk (Suk)

String Quartet No. 1 “From My Life”

Bedřich Smetana (Smetana)

String Quartet No. 2 “Intimate Letters”

Janáček Leoš (Janáček)
Price

$30, $20

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Poetry of the Harp – Xavier de Maistre
Season 2023/24 • VCHpresents: Chamber

Poetry of the Harp – Xavier de Maistre

Xavier de Maistre, harp

Wed / 22 May 24 / 7.30pm

Victoria Concert Hall

“Xavier de Maistre is a virtuoso of the highest order, profoundly musical and capable of realising a remarkable range of nuance.” (Gramophone). Xavier de Maistre’s command of the harp is as sure as his fervent championship of its music both old and new. The strength of his many transcriptions of keyboard staples ensures they sound as if they were reborn anew for the harp – be prepared to have your breath taken away in this solo recital.

Featuring

Xavier de Maistre, harp

Programme

Sonata in C minor

Giovanni Battista Pescetti

Le rossignol, S. 250/1

Franz Liszt (Liszt)

Spanish Dance

Manuel de Falla (De Falla)

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Francisco Tárrega

The Moldau

Bedřich Smetana (Smetana)

Valses poéticos

Enrique Granados (Granados)

Clair de lune

Claude Debussy (Debussy)

Légende d'après des Elfes de Leconte de Lisle

Henriette Renié
Price

$60, $50, $40, $30, $20

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2-Concert bundle
Virtuose de la harpe – Xavier de Maistre
Season 2023/24 • Subscription Concert

Virtuose de la harpe – Xavier de Maistre

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Pierre Bleuse, conductor / Xavier de Maistre, harp

Sat / 25 May 24 / 7.30pm

Esplanade Concert Hall

The scintillating beauty and spellbinding modernity of Ginastera’s Harp Concerto reveal the rich compositional style of the Argentine composer. Acclaimed French harpist Xavier de Maistre makes a striking soloist in this colourful, evocative work. No less thrilling are Respighi’s shimmering tributes to ancient Rome in this orchestral pageant led by French maestro Pierre Bleuse.

Featuring

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Pierre Bleuse, conductor / Xavier de Maistre, harp

Programme

Fountains of Rome

Ottorino Respighi (Respighi)

Harp Concerto, Op. 25*

Alberto Ginastera (Ginastera)

Roman Festivals

Ottorino Respighi (Respighi)
Price

$88, $68, $48, $38, $28, $15

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The Poetry of Song
Season 2023/24

The Poetry of Song

Singapore Symphony Children’s Choir / Wong Lai Foon, Choirmaster / Ellissa Sayampanathan, Assistant Choral Conductor

Sat / 25 May 24 / 7.30pm

Victoria Concert Hall

If the true concord of well-tuned sounds,
By unions married, do offend thine ear,
They do but sweetly chide thee, who confounds
In singleness the parts that thou shouldst bear.

Let the voices of the Singapore Symphony Children's Choir, Choirmaster Wong Lai Foon and Assistant Choral Conductor Ellissa Sayampanathan immerse you in the Poetry of Song, their voices lifting latent words from the score to convey the tender tales and heartfelt emotions of their composers. Through the classics of Brahms, Fauré and Schubert and contemporary gems by composers from the USA, UK, Hungary, Singapore and more, experience the power and beauty of words combined with music.

Featuring

Singapore Symphony Children’s Choir / Wong Lai Foon, Choirmaster / Ellissa Sayampanathan, Assistant Choral Conductor

Programme

Salmo 150

Ernani Aguiar

Salve Regina

Miklós Kocsár

Ave Maris Stella

Edvard Grieg (Grieg)

Ave Maria, Op. 12

Johannes Brahms (Brahms)

Cantique de Jean Racine, Op. 11

Gabriel Fauré (Fauré)

Gloria from Mass No. 6

György Orbán

O Love

Elaine Hagenberg

Silence My Soul

Francisco Feliciano

Lauliku Lapsepõli

Veljo Tormis

Ne Hagyj Itt!

Béla Bartók (Bartók)

Die Forelle, D. 550 (The Trout)

Franz Schubert (Schubert)

Music to Hear

Bob Chilcott

The Wind

Kelly Tang

Lullaby from Three Nocturnes

Daniel Elder

Spring Waters

Sergei Rachmaninoff (Rachmaninoff)
Price

$25, $20

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Emperor Concerto and Symphonie Fantastique
Season 2023/24 • Subscription Concert

Emperor Concerto and Symphonie Fantastique

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Pierre Bleuse, conductor / Paul Lewis, piano

Sat / 01 Jun 24 / 7.30pm

Esplanade Concert Hall

Beethoven’s aptly named Emperor Piano Concerto is music of magnificent, heroic nobility matching the composer’s legend. Berlioz’s spectacular Symphonie fantastique, another concert hall favourite, is a torrid musical drama – lovestruck, intoxicating, tender, obsessive – a symphonic arc of Romantic fervour and inevitable doom. Join the Singapore Symphony Orchestra in this final, epic chapter of the 2023/24 season, which begins with a new commission by award-winning young Singaporean composer Koh Cheng Jin, evocatively titled Midnight Visions.

Featuring

Singapore Symphony Orchestra / Pierre Bleuse, conductor / Paul Lewis, piano

Programme

Midnight Visions

Cheng Jin Koh (Koh Cheng Jin)

Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat major, Op. 73 “Emperor”*

Ludwig van Beethoven (Beethoven)

Symphonie fantastique

Hector Berlioz (Berlioz)
Price

$88, $68, $48, $38, $28, $15

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The Crow and the Dove
Season 2023/24 • VCHpresents: Organ

The Crow and the Dove

Phoon Yu, organ / Eudenice Palaruan, percussion / Margaret Chen, narrator / Ane Lagumen, choreographer

Sat / 15 Jun 24 / 5.00pm

Victoria Concert Hall

The 2pm show has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

“When the world was young it was covered in water. An endless sea that stretched farther than the sunset and the sunrise embraced the world. All living creatures lived in the sea and in the sky.” So begins the tale of The Crow and the Dove in this special programme. Not only will we be graced by a storyteller (doyen of the Singapore organ scene, Margaret Chen), we’ll also witness the ebb and flow of dancers on stage. Organist Phoon Yu accompanies a fusion of ballet and Filipino folk dance in this tale of fidelity adapted by Singapore Symphony Chorus Choral Director Eudenice Palaruan.

Organ exhibition at the atrium on level 1 & 2: 4pm-4.45pm, 6pm - 6.45pm. Learn more about the pipe organ through various exhibitions and demonstrations, and get a chance to create your own paper pipe organ! Admission is free to public.

Featuring

Phoon Yu, organ / Eudenice Palaruan, percussion / Margaret Chen, narrator / Ane Lagumen, choreographer

Programme

Tanets

Naji Hakim

First movement from Organ Sonata No. 1 in E-flat Major, BWV 525

Johann Sebastian Bach (J.S. Bach)

The Moon Lady

Chelsea Chen

Excerpt from The Senate of Birds, Episode 1: The Yellow-Vented Bulbul

Gu Wei

The Dove and the Crow

Eudenice Palaruan
Price

$10

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ABOUT THE SINGAPORE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Founded in 1979, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) is Singapore’s flagship orchestra, touching lives through classical music and providing the heartbeat of the cultural scene. In addition to its subscription series concerts, the SSO is also known for its outdoor and community appearances. The orchestra also presents intimate chamber performances in the VCHpresents series, the annual Singapore International Piano Festival (SIPF) and the biennial National Piano and Violin Competition (NPVC) at the Victoria Concert Hall, Home of the SSO. The SSO is part of the Singapore Symphony Group, which also manages the Singapore Symphony Choruses, and the Singapore National Youth Orchestra. The Group’s vision is to be a leading arts organization that engages, inspires and reflects Singapore through musical excellence. Our mission is to create memorable shared experiences with music. Through the SSO and its affiliated performing groups, we spread the love for music, nurture talent and enrich our diverse communities.

The Singapore Symphony Orchestra was nominated and clinched third place in the prestigious Gramophone Orchestra of the Year Award 2021. In 2022, BBC Music Magazine named the SSO as one of the 21 best orchestras in the world.

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ABOUT VCHPRESENTS
The VCHpresents series by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra is a showcase of the finest musicians from around the world: master instrumentalists and acclaimed ensembles in diverse programmes both traditional and unexpected. The series is presented at the Victoria Concert Hall in various formats: Chamber, featuring world-class artistes and familiar faces from the Singapore Symphony in the intimate setting of chamber music; Intimate Moments, which offers a harmonious concert to listen and converse with a select musician of the Singapore Symphony family; and Organ, featuring the VCH Klais Organ as it brings organists from around the world to perform a magnificent range of music, from traditional organ soliloquys to transcriptions of orchestral showpieces, contemporary compositions and collaborations with other instruments, plus family programmes tailored to introduce classical music to the young ones.

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ABOUT THE SINGAPORE SYMPHONY CHORUSES
The Singapore Symphony Choruses is a premier choral body comprising the Singapore Symphony Chorus, Singapore Symphony Youth Choir and Singapore Symphony Children’s Choir.

Since 1980, the Choruses have seen membership from diverse ages, backgrounds and nationalities. Regularly sharing the stage with the SSO, the Choruses record and tour with the orchestra, as well as give their own performances in Singapore and abroad. Through holistic training that nurtures artistic growth and personal development, the Choruses aim to articulate an ecosystem of choral excellence. Repertoire for the respective choruses straddle musical worlds and styles, ranging from orchestral masterpieces to a cappella favourites, and spanning the Renaissance to contemporary 21-st century music. Throughout the pandemic, the Choruses challenged the boundaries of remote collaboration in music making, releasing several productions including a music video "We Will Get There", as well as a one-of-its-kind joint choral performance "Longing", entirely enabled by technology.

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