Likie Low on her Genre-Bending Sound

Likie Low on her Genre-Bending Sound

Born in 1999, Likie Low is a rising Singaporean composer, producer and songwriter who specialises in the exciting mix of Electronic Dance Music (EDM) with a live brass ensemble, as well as performing as an erhu soloist and DJ. She has presented numerous shows with...
OC in Dialogues

OC in Dialogues

Musicians of Orchestra Collective (OC) will be presenting a programme of music from very different periods across time, with very distinct styles from each of its composers in their chamber concert on Sunday, April 1st. Planned in such a way that the pieces converse...
Conducting Perspectives with Rodney Winther

Conducting Perspectives with Rodney Winther

Rodney Winther is Professor Emeritus of Music and recently retired after fourteen years (1997-2011) as Director of Wind Studies and Professor of Music at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.  His duties at CCM included conducting the Wind...
SYCW with Rodney Winther

SYCW with Rodney Winther

The Singapore Youth Chamber Winds (SYCW), under the baton of Professor Emeritus Rodney Winther, will be presenting its inaugural concert on 5 June! The SYCW is made up of youth musicians selected from an audition held earlier this year, who are going through a...
SYCW 2016 with Rodney Winther

SYCW 2016 with Rodney Winther

The Singapore Youth Chamber Winds (SYCW) is the perfect opportunity for wind instrument students to explore perspectives long established by great masters of music. Organized by Rave Group and supported by the National Arts Council (NAC), this upcoming project is led...
SEC 2016 – Bringing Ensemble Music to Life!

SEC 2016 – Bringing Ensemble Music to Life!

Organised by Rave Group and supported by the National Arts Council (NAC), the Singapore Ensemble Competition 2016 happening between 17 to 19 March at The Republic Cultural Centre (TRCC) is a premier platform for the outreach and development of musicians of all ages,...
Classics of Our Own: A Personal List – Part Two

Classics of Our Own: A Personal List – Part Two

Do Singaporean wind bands have a repertoire they can call their own? Do we have our own “classics”? Indeed we do, but we seem to be reluctant to celebrate these works as well as their composers, and failed to give them the recognition they richly deserve. Here is a...