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#stayathome with the British Museum & Max Richter

21-Apr-20 12:30

#stayathome with the British Museum & Max Richter

Stuck at home with nothing to do because of the Movement Control Order? Worry not, because we're here to keep the boredom at bay. Every day, we present our special curated list of arts, culture, and entertainment that you can experience right from your own home. Today, we explore the exhibits and artifacts within the British Museum. Then, more on the all-night performance of famed composer Max Richter's eight-hour epic, Sleep, which he calls his 'lullaby for a frenetic world’.

Produced by: Lim Sue Ann, Juliet Jacobs

Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan, Lim Sue Ann


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Tags:  Front RowThe Bigger Picturestayathomeartifactsexhibitionshistoryarchivevirtual tourslullabycomposermusicsleepconsciousnessEntertainmentVisual ArtsCulture, History, HeritageMusic documentaries


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