Officially opened in 2006, the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music Building houses state-of-the-art facilities for training professional musicians. The building, designed by RSP Architects Planners and Engineers, utilises the brightness of the tropical environment through the use of glass panels which allow natural light into as many spaces as possible. The main façade is fronted by full-length glass panels which offer views into the foyer of the concert hall and library. The glass walls are supported by paired bow trusses, evocative of the strings on a violin or cello.
Performance venues are available for commercial hire on Sundays throughout the year. Selected dates are available from May to July and December during the University vacation.