Chan Tze Law: The Future of Arts in Singapore

Chan Tze Law: The Future of Arts in Singapore

Singaporean conductor Chan Tze Law is Associate Professor and Vice Dean of the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, National University of Singapore where he is a founding faculty member. Chan lectures on music leadership and conducting. He also led the creation of...
OMM Camp 2022: Cultivating Young Musicians

OMM Camp 2022: Cultivating Young Musicians

Organized by the Orchestra of Music Makers (OMM), this year’s edition of the annual OMM camp takes place at the School of the Arts (SOTA) from 1 to 10 December, with a finale concert presentation on 11 December at 7.30pm in SOTA Concert Hall. First started in...
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...
Featured Musician: Lee Yu Ru

Featured Musician: Lee Yu Ru

Singapore-born percussionist Lee Yu Ru (Yuru) has had quite a musical adventure. Having started his musical education since the age of 4 through the piano, Yuru proceeded to enroll in the newly established School of the Arts, Singapore (SOTA) in 2008 with a...
In New Light: Lien Boon Hua

In New Light: Lien Boon Hua

Lien Boon Hua is the Artistic Director of Wayfarer Sinfonietta and former Assistant Conductor of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice. He is on the conducting faculty at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music in Singapore and leads its...
Featured Musician: Quek Jun Rui

Featured Musician: Quek Jun Rui

Quek Jun Rui (b. 2001) began playing the oboe at the age of 10 under the tutelage of Simon Lee and Elaine Yeo. He was an oboist with the Singapore National Youth Orchestra (SNYO) since 2013, and was appointed Principal Oboe in 2017. As a soloist, he made his debut...
Interview with Lau Wen Rong

Interview with Lau Wen Rong

Prizewinner of the International Trumpet Guild (ITG) Solo Competition in 2013, Lau Wen Rong completed his Master’s Degree with Raymond Mase at The Juilliard School under the Frieda and Harry Aronson Scholarship. Wen Rong received his Bachelor of Music Degree from the...
Behind the Maestro: Mrs Mary Seah

Behind the Maestro: Mrs Mary Seah

It was an intensive week in March this year for Maestro Kahchun Wong as he finally returned home after completing two full house concerts with the Nuremberg Symphony, a high profile radio broadcast with BR Klassik, and numerous interviews. “When I was first...