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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 Calm, Confident Stride Of His Own

A Calm, Confident Stride Of His Own

Steven Tanus (BMus '18, Piano) shares on his YST experience which was rich with learning, personal growth and a sense of supportive community.

The Voice Within Us, Between Us

The Voice Within Us, Between Us

Jingyun Ng (BMus '18, Voice, Soprano) catches us up on the whirlwind of diverse artistic endeavours that she has immersed herself in during her time at YST, and will continue to engage in.

Bringing Light into Patients’ Lives Through Music

Bringing Light into Patients’ Lives Through Music

Year 4 flautist Rachel Ho ran an in-ward music engagement session for elderly patients at Alexandra Hospital, joined by YST alumnus Gabriel Lee (BMus ‘15) on violin.

An Operatic Debut

An Operatic Debut

Last week, YST Conservatory took its first foray into the operatic scene with its staging of Handel’s Acis & Galatea.

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.

New Season Opens: Nature's Ways

New Season Opens: Nature's Ways

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!

YST Modules Open to NUS Students

YST Modules Open to NUS Students

YST Conservatory is pleased to announce that 14 Conservatory modules are available to NUS students in the upcoming 2017/2018 Semester 1 starting in August.

Singapore International Violin Competition – Applications Open

Singapore International Violin Competition – Applications Open

Applications are now open for the Singapore International Violin Competition (SIVC), which returns to YST Conservatory in Jan - Feb 2018. The competition expects a pool of world-class talent to grace Singapore’s concert hall stages.
 

Sharing the Gift of Music

Sharing the Gift of Music

Several second-year students from YST, together with performers aged five to 80, presented a one-hour music showcase on 1 April at the Alexandra Hospital Auditorium that delighted audiences and demonstrated the power of music in connecting people.

Journeys Through Reykjavik: New Audiences and Innovative Practice

Journeys Through Reykjavik: New Audiences and Innovative Practice

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.  

Ten Things You Need To Know About Les Art Florissants

Ten Things You Need To Know About Les Art Florissants

Learn more about French arts group Les Art Florissants, who will be performing here on 30 March!

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.