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Forget cockpits, jet engines, and the sweet smell of kerosene. All it takes is an ordinary sheet of paper, a throw away from national glory, and the promise of an awesome adventure.

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Tens of thousands of self-trained pilots will put their extraordinary skills to the tests, in more than 80 countries on four continents for Red Bull Paper Wings; the world’s biggest and most exciting paper plane contest. The recipe for success requires a strong dose of exceptional folding abilities as well as creativity, imagination, and a grasp of basic aeronautic rules.

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A total of 7 qualiflyers [pun intended] in Singapore will take off from 10 March in various tertiary institutions, where aspiring paper plane pilots can fly their way through to the National Finals on 1 April to be held at the Singapore Management University. This is the 4th edition of Red Bull Paper Wings globally, and the 2nd time that this one-of-a-kind competition will return to Singapore.

A star-studded jury will pick the best of the best in three categories; most aerobatic flight, longest airtime, and longest distance travelled by their paper planes.

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Germany’s most popular breakdance crew and four-time breakdancing world champions, The Flying Steps, will be bringing their first own production, Red Bull Flying Bach, to Singapore’s Esplanade Theatre for the first time this month!
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The internationally acclaimed show will leave you enraptured as the creative performance visualizes and revives Johann Sebastian Bach’s ‘Well-Tempered Clavier’ note by note, step by step with piano, harpsichord and electronic beats! Expect drama, intense passion, comedy and even love in this award-winning production!

The 70-minute show will trail the journey of six dancers and their teacher while the crew prepares for their big finals as tensions rise, like the ups and downs of the notes.

Contemporary dance meets breakdance when a woman enters the room, changing the dynamics and developments of the dancers, where desire meets refusal, arrogance meets curiosity and the clash of the two worlds are inevitable.

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Red Bull Flying Bach won the prestigious ECHO Klassik Sonderpreis, Germany’s major classical music awards, in 2010 and this January, the Red Bull Flying Bach will be staged at the Esplanade Singapore from 16 to 18 January 2014.

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If you are a fan of breakdancing or if you’re a breakdancer yourself, don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to catch the Red Bull Flying Bach because they will only be here in Singapore for 2 days.

Tickets retail from $58 onwards and are currently available on sale at SISTIC Online.

For more information and updates about the Red Bull Flying Bach, you can visit the Red Bull Flying Bach Official Website or the Red Bull Flying Bach Facebook Event Page.