• Attending Live Music Event.

    Why I think attending music events are important for musicians.

     

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    The power of learning by observation.

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    By watching other musicians play, young musicians get inspired

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    Musicians realise the potential of their instrument

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    Opportunity to hear new sounds

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    Expands one's knowledge about the different styles of music

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    Musicians gain a renewed commitment to develop themselves to be better musicians

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    Something magical happens when you are part of a live concert

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    Music connects with the audience and inspires the imagination

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    Bonds the Family Together

     
  • Event: ECHOES OF PSYCHO, THE MUSIC OF BERNARD HERRMANN

    Date: Fri / 17 Sep 2021 / 7:30PM & Sat / 18 Sep 2021 / 7:30PM 
    Venue: Victoria Concert Hall, Singapore
     

    American composer-conductor Bernard Herrmann (1911–1975) is celebrated for his work in film music, chief among them, the pioneering music for Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. On the occasion of the 110th anniversary of his birth, this Red Balloon Series programme showcases the thrilling music from the famous score, alongside new string arrangements from the composer’s lyrical side — the nostalgic Echoes and the tender Souvenirs de Voyage.

    Event: A SYMPHONY OF WINDS, HUMMING TO MOZART

    Date: Thu / 23 Sep 2021 / 7:30PM, Fri / 24 Sep 2021 / 7:30PM
    Venue: Victoria Concert Hall, Singapore.

    The Wind Ensemble of the SSO gathers to present this programme of easy-listening music from the Classical and Romantic era, featuring flutes, clarinets, oboes, bassoons, and horns.

    Event: SSCC AUDITIONS (ONLINE)

    Date: Sun / 26 Sep 2021 / 9:30AM  
    Venue: Zoom (Online)

    The Singapore Symphony Children's Choir offers training and performance opportunities to children by developing their vocal technique, music literacy and musicianship, with an aim to help fledgling singers achieve their fullest musical potential. Singing with the SSCC requires discipline and teamwork, which in turn fosters confidence, self-esteem, and helps develop important life skills. Besides our own concerts, the SSCC offers the extraordinary experience of performing monumental choral classics with the combined forces of the Singapore Symphony choruses and orchestra.

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