榴莲开先例

只来过这里一次,为的是要圆我见一见马友友的梦。如果撇开外边的榴莲刺不说,在里面真的是很棒的一个音乐厅。

极致的工程,精密的计算,声波的传递,高中低音乐器,怎么在不需要电子器材的协助下,传遍所有角落。舞台是一个充满魅力,回忆和感觉的地方。你可以想象你欣赏的乐手曾经在上面演奏,你崇拜的指挥家在上面挥洒…..

但是我无法想象,曾几何时,舞台举行了葬礼

对先驱人物,我绝对敬佩。

但是我不明白,在世界级的音乐殿堂,举行葬礼代表了什么。

节录WIKIPEDIA对ESPLANADE的一段介绍…..

“The Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay is a waterside building alongside Marina Bay near the mouth of the Singapore River, purpose-built to be the centre for performing arts for the island nation of Singapore. It contains a 1600 seat concert hall and a 2000 seat theatre for the performing arts. The Library@esplanade is located on the third floor of the building. There are outdoor performing centres and retail amd food space. There is an outdoor open space on the fourth floor of the building.

Officially opened on
October 12, 2002, the building was designed by two architectural firms working in conjunction: by the London-based Michael Wilford & Partners (MWP) and by DP Architects (DPA) of Singapore. The total cost of constructing this building is estimated at SGD 1 billion including the estimated land value and SGD 660 million for the building costs.

On
5 July 2005, the opening ceremony of the 117th IOC Session was staged in the Esplanade, featuring a 30-minute long performance aimed at showcasing Singapore’s multi-cultural heritage to her international audience.”

音乐厅举行葬礼,ESPLANADE开了先例。

很难想象,如果把举行国葬,也列入ESPLANADE的必须活动,接下来会是怎样的一番景象。

(说这番话,绝对是从一个表演工作者的角度出发,在舞台上表演了那么多年,这绝对是我第一次如此惊愕)

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