14 September 2010

Singapore Symphony Orchestra Ticket Giveaway

On 11th October, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra will make its long-awaited debut at the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, marking the orchestra’s first visit to the UK since 1991.

The Singapore Symphony Orchestra under Music Director Lan Shui will bring a distinctly maritime flavour to this sought-after concert. The exciting programme will include Debussy’s La Mer, Rachmaninov’s The Isle of the Dead and Zhou Long’s The Rhyme of Taigu. The orchestra’s recent recording of Debussy’s La Mer was described in BBC Music Magazine as "an unequivocally world-class performance of Debussy's masterpiece". Pianist Stephen Hough will join them for Mendelssohn's glittering showpiece, his Piano Concerto No 1.

'a world-class ensemble that plays its heart out at every concert
and where each musician is a hand-picked virtuoso.'
(American Record Guide)

To celebrate the Singapore Symphony Orchestra’s first appearance at the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, Sinergy is happy to offer one lucky member/subscriber a pair of tickets to the concert on 11th October.

For your chance to win this fabulous prize, simply answer the following question:

The home of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra is named after which great British monarch?

(a) Queen Victoria
(b) King Edward VII
(c) King George V

Email your answer to info@creativesinergy.com before 20th September 2010 and you may have the unique opportunity to see the Singapore Symphony Orchestra perform in London this year!

Creative [SIN]ergy has teamed up with the Southbank Centre to offer a 10% discount off the top three price tickets to the Singapore Symphony Orchestra’s concert to all the members of the network. Simply quote ‘SINergy’ when booking your tickets at the box office or by phone: 0844 847 9910.

Do book your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment! Click here.

We very much hope you will join us for what promises to be a spectacular evening.

Kind Regards,
The Creative [SIN]ergy Team

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