OCBC Garden Rhapsody The Trees of Life - Singapore
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Combining music and light artistry, the OCBC Garden Rhapsody is a specially commissioned show at the Supertree Grove within Gardens by the Bay.
Every night from afar, visitors can gaze at a stunning illumination of the Supertrees. Themed 'The Trees of Life', this 10 to 15 minute show, which combines inspiring music and dazzling light performance to celebrate the harmonious co-existence of Man and the Garden.
Produced by Mr Philip Tan, a critically acclaimed music director and composer, and lighting designer Gabriel Chan, the installation features recordings of the sounds made by the trees and plants at the Gardens by the Bay. Each performance uses 48 independent audio speakers
to stream music from every corner of the Grove, resembling 'live' musicians performing at various spots.The lights add to the ambience with changing colours and moving displays that silhouette the spectacular structure of the Supertrees against the dark of the evening sky.
Admission Tickets: Free
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