The artistic experiences that we undergo and that we take our audiences through;
the process that goes behind our explorations, and the things we learn from them.
24 students from 11 countries participated in this year’s SEADOM Congress held in Bangkok, Thailand, creating performances through sound painting.
Read all about Associate Professor Albert Tiu's thoughts on Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 2.
Joey Tan (BMus Year 2, Composition) shares her trip experience from the Seoul National University International New Music Conference & Workshop held from 22 – 24 February 2018.
YST students participate in the Musical Chairs Chamber Music Festival at Schulich School of Music, McGill University, Canada.
Professor Bernard Lanskey pens a message of welcome as well as an introduction to YST Conservatory’s artistic programme for the first half of the year.
A group of YST students, led by Ho Qian Hui (Viola, BMus Year 3) recently participated in a collaborative project with the National Lao Music and Dance School (NLMDS).
Last week, YST Conservatory took its first foray into the operatic scene with its staging of Handel’s Acis & Galatea.
Two YST students, Stasha and Noah, return from the New Audiences and Innovative Practice (NAIP) 8th Introductory Program in Reykjavik, Iceland, and share what they learnt.
A new academic year begins at the YST Conservatory. As we welcome our 15th cohort of students, we are also excited to present this semester's events calendar!
To celebrate International Music Day (24 June), the Alliance Française de Singapour organised a Ciné-Concert performed and presented by a collective led by YST viola major Mervin Wong
YST Conservatory students Mervin Wong and Rachel Ho recently attended a 3 day seminar in Reykjavik, Iceland, as part of YST’s collaboration with the New Audience and Innovative Practice, European Master of Music.
Two students from YST Conservatory participated in GLOMUS Camp 2017 Bridging Cultures Through Collaboration and Co-creation, held in Natal, Brazil from 10-20 January 2017.
A warm welcome from the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, National University of Singapore – and best wishes for 2017! We enter the new semester and year with a new focus – to share ever more possibilities to listen to music in new light. With this calendar, we offer an introduction to a wealth of opportunities to experience the finest music across a mix of genres and contexts.