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Aliwal Tracks is a video web series programme that invites viewers to explore the nuanced sounds around Kampong Gelam. Featuring online programmes including virtual exhibition, behind-the-scenes videos and digital performances, meander through the streets of one of Singapore's most vibrant enclaves and explore hidden street art, age-old stories from residents as well as sounds and beats of Kampong Gelam.

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VOLUME 1

Music
21 Dec 2020

NADI Singapura
385 views . 17 shares

“Rebana” or “Gendang”, a collective term used to describe the drums, has been the core of Nadi Singapura’s musical exploration, expansion and creation. Rampak Bebano is one of Nadi Singapura’s earliest works which features a myriad of rhythms distinctively performed as an ensemble on the Rebana Asli, also known as the Gendang Melayu. This new edition of the song is inspired by the beautiful people of Kampong Gelam.

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“Rebana” or “Gendang”, a collective term used to describe the drums, has been the core of Nadi Singapura’s musical exploration, expansion and creation. Rampak Bebano is one of Nadi Singapura’s earliest works which features a myriad of rhythms distinctively performed as an ensemble on the Rebana Asli, also known as the Gendang Melayu. This new edition of the song is inspired by the beautiful people of Kampong Gelam.

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Music
28 Dec 2020

Nine Years Theatre
125 views . 12 shares

Red Demon’s music was originally composed by Singapore sound designer / composer Chong Li Chuan for Nine Year Theatre’s production in 2016. The music fuses South East Asian elements with contemporary western music styles, resulting in a hauntingly meditative mood.
The video footage is centred on the “textures” of less-travelled corners in the Aliwal street area –– backstreets structures, weathered walls –– as well as those of Nature, such as the bark and roots of old trees in the precinct.

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Red Demon’s music was originally composed by Singapore sound designer / composer Chong Li Chuan for Nine Year Theatre’s production in 2016. The music fuses South East Asian elements with contemporary western music styles, resulting in a hauntingly meditative mood.
The video footage is centred on the “textures” of less-travelled corners in the Aliwal street area –– backstreets structures, weathered walls –– as well as those of Nature, such as the bark and roots of old trees in the precinct.

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VOLUME TWO

Music
25 Jan 2021
26 views . 3 shares

Features the body as a performative medium and a virtual vessel that collaborates and collides concurrently with audiovisual and VJ manipulations. It is beyond the human and the state of humanity, but presents the prerequisite conditions for interactions in today’s technology-driven world.

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Features the body as a performative medium and a virtual vessel that collaborates and collides concurrently with audiovisual and VJ manipulations. It is beyond the human and the state of humanity, but presents the prerequisite conditions for interactions in today’s technology-driven world.

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Music
01 Feb 2021

Chowk Productions
69 views . 3 shares

A site-specific performance in response to the natural sounds, history, and architecture of Kampong Gelam,  this showcase features pure movement with Chowk Productions' signature dance language created under the direction of choreographer and Artistic Director Raka Maitra.

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A site-specific performance in response to the natural sounds, history, and architecture of Kampong Gelam,  this showcase features pure movement with Chowk Productions' signature dance language created under the direction of choreographer and Artistic Director Raka Maitra.

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Music
08 Feb 2021

New Opera Singapore
16 views . 3 shares

Catch a glimpse of New Opera’s upcoming major production of Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress scheduled to be released in the 2nd half of 2021.

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Catch a glimpse of New Opera’s upcoming major production of Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress scheduled to be released in the 2nd half of 2021.

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Music
15 Feb 2021
25 views . 1 shares

The SG edition of CANSTOP, a collaboration amongst Southeast Asian Graffiti artists, will showcase new works of art by Singaporean urban artists, using resin sculpture canvases created by their Indonesian counterparts.

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The SG edition of CANSTOP, a collaboration amongst Southeast Asian Graffiti artists, will showcase new works of art by Singaporean urban artists, using resin sculpture canvases created by their Indonesian counterparts.

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Music
22 Feb 2021

NADI Singapura
25 views . 5 shares

JatIdentity explores the sound of the body as a percussive medium and presents an energetic and rhythmic performance inspired by the vibrant Kampong Glam.

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JatIdentity explores the sound of the body as a percussive medium and presents an energetic and rhythmic performance inspired by the vibrant Kampong Glam.

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Music
01 Mar 2021

Teater Ekamatra x NADA
10 views . 2 shares

The urban environment is often defined by the hustle and bustle of human activities within and surrounding it. When that is removed and everything is left undisturbed, it goes into a tranquil state where stains from yesteryear can be magnified and echoes from the past amplified, leaving us clues for the many stories to be reimagined. With Kampong Gelam as a canvas and playground, NADA goes out in search of these calm and quiet corners. In their exploration, they seek for relevant remnants to conjure their own versions of the past. Little did they know of their own trails that they will be leaving behind. 

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The urban environment is often defined by the hustle and bustle of human activities within and surrounding it. When that is removed and everything is left undisturbed, it goes into a tranquil state where stains from yesteryear can be magnified and echoes from the past amplified, leaving us clues for the many stories to be reimagined. With Kampong Gelam as a canvas and playground, NADA goes out in search of these calm and quiet corners. In their exploration, they seek for relevant remnants to conjure their own versions of the past. Little did they know of their own trails that they will be leaving behind. 

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