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New Season Begins: Telling Stories

New Season Begins: Telling Stories

This season, we explore the idea of telling stories in our performances, artistic research initiatives, and programmes at large.

A Musician in Context

A Musician in Context

Lin Xiangning (BMus ‘19, Piano) reflects on her journey from the YST Young Artist Programme through to graduate studies, and the importance of context in her musical growth and education journey.

A Grounded Tone

A Grounded Tone

Jamshid Saydikarimov (BMus ‘19, Cello) tells us how working with faculty and Visiting Artists, as well as opportunities from the Conservatory, have supported him in his endeavours.

Albert Tiu’s Grand Russian gets thumbs-up

Albert Tiu’s Grand Russian gets thumbs-up

Assoc Prof Albert Tiu was highlighted in the 2019 NUS Staff Awards for his albums Grand Russian and The Classical Elements, both of which were supported by YST and also produced by our Dean, Prof Bernard Lanskey. Click to read more.

Student Spotlight: Tan Tzu Kuang

Student Spotlight: Tan Tzu Kuang

Tan Tzu Kuang (BMus Year 4, Piano) was named winner of the 2018 Concerto Competition adjudicated by Maestro Hans Graf, with grand finalists Wang Yuqi (BMus Year 3, Cello) and Shayna Yap (BMus Year 3, Piano). We sat down with Tzu Kuang in the midst of an action-packed senior year, to hear about his musical inspirations, approach to practising, adventures in musical and jazz singing, and future plans.

New Season Begins: Music & Motion

New Season Begins: Music & Motion

This season, we explore the central theme Music & Motion, with a particular focus on music with a dimension of dance. Join us on the floor in the many different dances taking place at YST.

YST Piano Academy Draws Budding Pianists

YST Piano Academy Draws Budding Pianists

Young piano talents from Singapore and the region were selected for a three-day workshop focused on the preparation of conservatory-level auditions.

New Season Begins: Dreams & Apparitions

New Season Begins: Dreams & Apparitions

Prof Bernard Lanskey pens a message of welcome, introducing YST Conservatory’s artistic programme for the first half of the year.

 

New Season Begins

New Season Begins

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.