Singapore Youth Chamber Winds is excited to present its flagship programme: The Youth Chamber Project.

This initiative hopes to bring together young wind musicians to explore an exciting repertoire of Chamber music together, over the course of 7 weeks in early 2022.

With the mentorship of passionate music veterans through a series of personal tutorship sessions, sectionals, interactive lectures, and tutti rehearsals, young musicians can look forward to taking new huge steps into the wonderful world of Chamber music — the ‘music of friends’.

Audition Requirements

8 – 9 January
Goodman Arts Centre, between 10am to 10pm

Musicians who play the flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, french horn, trombone, or tuba, are now invited to apply to audition for the Youth Chamber Project.

Applicants are required to come prepared with scales, one solo piece (may opt to bring an accompanist if SYCW is notified in advance), and audition excerpts which will be sent after signing up.

  • 15-35 years old
  • Singapore resident
  • Fully vaccinated
  • Has played auditioning instrument for at least 3 years
  • Able to attend all sessions in the programme (View the programme calendar)

Note: Instruments will not be provided for the duration of the programme

Successful applicants will participate in 7 weeks of one-to-one and group tutelage from our renowned faculty of mentors, working on a carefully selected set of chamber music pieces that will make up the repertoire for the finale concert, “The Wind Movement”, happening on Monday, 28 February 2022 at Esplanade Recital Studio.

Interested youth wind musicians who meet all eligibility requirements below may apply now at linktr.ee/chamberwinds.

Applications will close on 1 January 2022. Sign up and spread the word to your friends – we hope to meet you soon!

Programme Repertoire
Fanfare pour précéder La Péri – Paul Dukas
Ayam Titanium (Singapore Premiere) – Lee Jin Jun
Serenade in D minor Op. 44 – Movements 1, 2 & 4 – Antonin Dvořák
Musique pour faire Plaisir (1937) – Francis Poulenc, trans. Françaix (1984)
Kleine Dreigroschenmusik – Kurt Weill

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