From the great era of the Golden Age of Hollywood, comes some of the most haunting and captivating melodies ever to have graced the silver screen.
re:mix, Singapore's "...hippest crossover group" (Straits Times, 23 Dec 2008), Music-Director/Violin-Solo Foo Say Ming teams up with Singapore piano virtuoso Lim Yan, to pay tribute to great Hollywood features which centred around the colourful and tumultuous lives of their musician-characters.
With music from the great black-and-white classics as Intermezzo(1939), Dangerous Moonlight (1941) and Humoresque (1946), be transported back to the era of the luminous Ingrid Bergman, Joan Crawford and Leslie Howard:
Intermezzo for Violin and Orchestra
Warsaw Piano Concerto
Tristan and Isolde Fantasy for Violin, Piano, and Orchestra
(Richard Wagner - Franz Waxman)
re: mix also pays special homage to the great actor/violinist Charlie Chaplin in presenting Darius Milhuad's Le Boeuf Sur Le Toit (The Ox on the Roof) for violin and Orchestra, which was originally composed for one of his silent films Cinéma-fantaisie.