COVID-19 ADVISORY ON CONCERT AND PROGRAMME UPDATES
We care for all our patrons, musicians and staff. SCO is closely monitoring the ever-changing situation.
During this time, we are launching digital concerts one at a time, in accordance to the prevailing safe distance measures set by the authorities.
Do check out SCO’s past concert productions #DabaoSCO and other exciting content on our website, Facebook, Youtube, Instagram and Spotify account! We have an array of programmes and content to keep you company.
We hope to welcome you back to our concert hall, really soon. Thank you for your support!
Take care, stay safe and healthy!
Bono, an Irish singer-songwriter, once said: “[m]usic can change the world because it can change people.” SCO’s resident conductor Quek Ling Kiong shares his story.
Our Composer-in-Residence, 33-year-old Wang Chenwei, is a music prodigy and polyglot — a rising star in the local arts scene. Take a peek into his life!
Virtuoso on stage, dedicated pet groomer off stage! Let’s take a walk into SCO pipa principal Yu Jia’s world of music and her interest in pet grooming.
From a starry-eyed young boy fascinated with Chinese Orchestra to being the youngest conductor to lead SCO, 36-year-old Moses Gay shares his conducting journey and perspective.
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.