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Theatre
Agamemnon
Agamemnon
25 - 26 July 2024
7.30pm - 8.30pm, SOTA Studio Theatre
A decade ago, King Agamemnon of Argos declared war on the nation of Troy. There followed ten years of grinding conflict that killed so many of the nation's best and brightest, among them Agamemnon's daughter, Iphigenia. But now, the war is over and the King returns to the sacred soil of his homeland to face his wife, Clytemnestra, the woman who blames him for the death of their child.

SOTA Year 4 Theatre brings Aeschylus' timeless classic to today's Singapore in a new version by Matthew Lyon. Click on the photo to get your tickets!
Theatre
Antigone
Antigone
1 - 2 August 2024
7.30pm - 8.30pm, SOTA Studio Theatre
The civil war in Thebes has ended. Upon the death of two young Kings, Creon ascends the throne, declaring treason on any citizen found burying traitors. Torn between her duty to the memory of her late brother, Polynices, and to that of her country, Antigone wrestles with the multifaceted nature of duty and sacrifice. Adapted and translated by Joanne Poon, new life is breathed into Sophocles' striking tragedy.

The Year 4 Theatre Cohort proudly presents "Antigone," a tale that questions the complexities of grief and responsibility. Click on the photo to get your tickets!


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Visual Arts
Epoch Dream
Epoch Dream
10 May 2024, 5pm - 8pm
11 to 20 May 2024, 12pm - 8pm
Derived from Tristan Tzara's Dadaist poem method, Epoch Dream implies a yearning towards the unknown. Featuring works by our Year 6 IBCP Visual Arts students, this exhibition highlights the varied explorations of each artist on themes of identity, experience, chance and encountering the surreal. Experimenting across painting, sculpture, installation and other media, Epoch Dream invites the audience to navigate the uncertainties of our zeitgeist together. Held at the SOTA Gallery, admission is free!
Music
Where the Sky Meets the Sea
Where the Sky Meets the Sea
12 May 2024, 1.30pm - 3.30pm
Victoria Concert Hall
In collaboration with the Dunman High School Senior Band, SOTA presents Where the Sky Meets the Sea! It explores the theme of ‘blue’, the colour of the sky and sea, while also examining a myriad of alternative diverse connotations. From Gershwin's extravagant Rhapsody in Blue, to Reineke's expressive Where Eagles Soar and Brahm's homely 3rd Hungarian Dance, the programme presents beauty in the grand and extraordinary, and in our everyday lives. Click on the image to get your tickets!
Literary Arts
Re:define Literary Arts Showcase
Re:define
3 - 7 May 2024, various timings
Explore the creative works of our Literary Arts Year 6 students, as they push the boundaries of what it means to be a writer, and explore universal themes in a thought-provoking exhibition. Click on the image for more details.
Music
A Harpsichord Miscellany
A Harpsichord Miscellany
26 April 2024, 7.30pm - 9pm
From the royal chambers of Louis XIV's Versailles to the grand halls of Elizabethan England's stately manors, the gentle strains of the harpsichord have echoed through the ages. Join SOTA Music Faculty members Mervyn Lee and Cheryl Lim as they explore the rich repertoire of music crafted for and inspired by the harpsichord. Click on the image to get your tickets!
Open House
Open House 2024
SOTA Open House 2024
6 April 2024, 9.00am - 3.00pm
Catch up on the Curriculum Sharing videos if you have missed them (videos will be available for a limited time only). Click on the image to find out more!
Visual Arts
3Quarters 2024
3Quarters
6 - 14 April 2024, 12pm - 8pm
Except 6 April, 9am - 8pm
3Quarters is an annual showcase of the works produced by our Year 3 and 4 students. From ceramics, sculpture and mixed media to painting, drawing and printmaking, this exhibition captures the imagination and creativity of our students at a chrysalis stage where their emerging identities as young artists take form. Each artwork offers a unique insight to each student's lived experience as they attempt to connect with the audience while drawing from their own perspectives, memories and identity as a young person creating art in Singapore today. Held at the SOTA Gallery, admission is free!