Stories on our students, faculty, alumni and visiting artists.
YST graduate Kong (Teerapol Kiatthaveephong, BMus ‘18, Trumpet) shares on the diverse learning experiences that have shaped his growth and identity as a musician.
Known for his exceptional ability to impart and communicate musical ideas to his students, Associate Professor Dr. Tony Makarome has been a faculty member of the YST Conservatory since Day One.
YST violist Mervin Wong and voice major Lim Jing Jie have both branched out into other genres of music, releasing their own work on independent platforms such as Spotify.
Fourth year trombone student Pradch Limvoranant will act as coordinator of the inaugural ‘Thailand International Trombone Festival’ (TITF), to be held at the Thailand Cultural Centre from 15-17th December 2017.
Alumni Centre Stage: A student of Professor Qian Zhou, Monique graduated from YST in 2014 before winning a position in the Hyogo Performing Arts Centre Orchestra in Japan. Fast forward two years, she is now the 2nd violinist of the New Zealand String Quartet (NZSQ).
Student Spotlight: Ho Qian Hui, a 3rd year BMus student was the Grand Prize Winner of this year's annual Conservatory Concerto Competition.
YST Conservatory students and alumni have been carving successes and making an impact in the region this past week. Read more...
As part of our drive to position excellence in collaborative music-making at the heart of the Conservatory’s evolving identity, the YST Conservatory is pleased to announce three new full-time faculty appointments
Find out 5 things you may not have known about Qin Li-Wei, our Head of Cello Studies, as he prepares for his upcoming concert with Yang Yang and the YST Conservatory Orchestra on 13 April.
Learn more about French arts group Les Art Florissants, who will be performing here on 30 March!
YST viola major Mervin Wong has been awarded the Grand Prize in an international competition organised by MusicTech Magazine and audio company Output.
Violist Wang Qi gives us insights on the landscapes of chamber music in China as well as the unique programme for their upcoming debut concert.
One of the biggest challenges for any artist is to develop their own unique identity, let alone four distinct individuals coming together. We talk to one of the founding members of the Endellion String Quartet, violist Garfield Jackson about how they have successfully sustained thirty-eight seasons as an ensemble.