Published on 03 July 2019
Nothing inspires more awe in the human mind than the cosmic wonders of space. The fascination with celestial bodies dates back thousands of years, with great ancient civilisations assigning specialised professionals to study the skies and beyond. Today, we are undeniably still as curious when it comes to stellar occurrences, and that's why the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) is bringing you a film-music experience that you cannot miss.
Moonrise And Aurora, part of the Red Balloon Series, is an awe-inspiring cosmic film-music experience focusing on the moon and the northern lights. Nature and the universe will be explored from an audio-visual perspective, with the screening of two films – José Salgado's Moonrise (2011) and Aurora Triptych (2017) – accompanied by live film scores. Ahead of the multi-sensorial experience on Friday, 30 August, we explore five reasons why you should not miss Moonrise And Aurora.
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