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Joining Hands to Enhance Community Wellness through Music

Joining Hands to Enhance Community Wellness through Music

On 7 September 2018, the YST Conservatory was delighted to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Sengkang General Hospital (SKH), welcoming further collaboration to enrich and enhance the well-being of the community through music as part of the Arts in Healing Programme.

Instilling an Early Love for Music

Instilling an Early Love for Music

The YST Conservatory Orchestra enthralled young audiences at the Conservatory Concert Hall during the annual YST Children’s Concert on 25 March.

Enchanting Children Through Life-Affirming Music Making

Enchanting Children Through Life-Affirming Music Making

YST Conservatory students have created an interactive music performance for children, which incorporates elements of drama and dance. They have been touring the show to various schools in Singapore. 

Artistic Citizens: A Year In Review

Artistic Citizens: A Year In Review

At YST, preparation for achieving musical excellence on the stage goes beyond spending hours in the practice room. Although individual private practice is essential to achieving musical excellence, there is another important ingredient: the art of connecting with people. 

Cross-art Collaboration and Innovation in the Icelandic Landscape

Cross-art Collaboration and Innovation in the Icelandic Landscape

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.

YST Connects

YST Connects

Inspirational life-affirming music-making is at the heart of who we are and what we do at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, National University of Singapore.  The Conservatory endeavors to develop passionate musicians who are nurtured by their love for the art and empowered by their ability to make music. 

Connecting Science and Music

Connecting Science and Music

On the evening of Friday 18th November 2016, 60 young musicians aged 12-16 performed at the Singapore Science Centre in ‘Exploring the Elements: A musical journey’.