Organised by: Open Score Project
  • Date:
    26, 27 Feb 2022
  • Time:
    26 Feb: 7:30pm
    27 Feb: 2:30pm
  • Venue:
    Block 22 Gillman Barracks
    Block 22 Gillman BarracksBlock 22 Gillman Barracks
  • Admission:
    Free admission, by registration only


PALINDROME - in girum imus nocte et consumimur igni
"we enter the circle at night and are consumed by fire"

This Latin palindrome describes the behaviour of the moth. The lesson the moth teaches us is that "it is better to be a part of beauty in one instant then cease to exist than to exist forever and never be a part of beauty."

Palindrome is a LIVE performance with an intention of questioning "is this the life that I want to live?" and "what is this fire that can consume me?"

Featuring original compostitions by Jonathan Shin and Govin Tan, ensemble led and directed by Leslie Tan, join Open Score Project as they take you on a journey through real-life stories shared by people who had to make decisions that "cost them their lives."

Gildon Choo - Pipa
Indra Chen - Guzheng
Leslie Tan - Cello
Niranjan Pandian - Venu/Bansuri
Jacky Ng - Suona/Guan
Aliff Asman - Accordion
Azrin Abdullah - Oud
Riduan Zalani - Percussion
Govin Tan - Percussion

Show 1: 26th February 2022 7.30pm
Show 2: 27th February 2022 2.30pm

The performance will be held at Block 22 Gillman Barracks (22 Lock Road #01-33 Singapore 108939)

This performance is supported and funded by SEPG, courtesy of the National Arts Council.