We often think of bridge as a tool. It serves as a meeting point between people, a link-way connecting two ends, and a medium that fills the gap. In different cultures, a bridge is more than just a connection; it can be a means of refuge, a highway to a new beginning, or a landmark that we remember. But, what does ‘bridge’ mean to us?
Join us as Ding Yi breaks the music boundary and brings you an immersive experience and telling stories of the bridges in Singapore through music, photography and multimedia.
Chinese chamber music performance by Ding Yi Music Company, conducted by Quek Ling Kiong
Music composed by Chen Zhangyi, Chong Kee Yong, Phang Kok Jun, Simon Kong, Syafiqah ‘Adha Mohamed Sallehin and Yuan Peiying
Photos taken by Andrew Bi Qiang, Lee Leng Kiong and Lui Hock Seng