As the government has relaxed the safety management measures from 15 March 2022, we will be opening our in-venue audience capacity for our concerts to full capacity. Safe distancing measures have been removed, however all patrons have to be fully vaccinated and masked up at all times. The concert hall seats have been coated with anti-microbial for the safety of our patrons. Read more here.
20 to 22 May 2022
28 to 28 May 2022
SCO Goes to VivoCity
29 to 29 May 2022
Colours of the Lion City
04 to 04 June 2022
Young Children's Concert 2022 DiSCOvering Treasures of Chinese Music – Riddles in the Raindrops
For the last episode of Human Diaries Season 2, Percussionist Ngoh Kheng Seng takes the center stage and shares his enthusiasm and passion for percussion.
Similar to cycling, learning music is like embarking on a journey of possibilities, where you unveil beautiful sights along the way. Zhongruan musician Foong Chui San shares more.
Performing in an orchestra could be similar to playing video games. Each instrument takes on a different, yet important roles. Find out more about Wu Kefei's take on music and gaming.
Music is everywhere. To zhonghu musician Wilson Neo, soundtracks from video games, pop songs are all inspirations that can be performed in Chinese orchestras.
SINGAPORE CHINESE ORCHESTRA
The People’s Orchestra
Virtuosos and Classics
As part of the 3-part Virtuoso Series concerts, an 8-part webisode series titled "Virtuosos and Classics" focuses on the 8 musicians’ chosen classic Chinese repertoires. The series strives to give our audience a deeper insight and understanding of the music, before enjoying the Virtuoso Series concerts.