Human Diaries: Embarking on a journey with music and cycling
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.
Human Diaries: From CO fanboy to the youngest conductor in SCO
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.
Human Diaries: Playing in an orchestra and playing video games, same same but different?
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.
Human Diaries: The power couple of SCO, The committed teachers for students
Cello principal Xu Zhong and liuqin musician Zhang Li are a power couple in SCO, walking on this music journey together. They share more about their experiences as music teachers!
Human Diaries: Engaging Minds, Inspiring Lives with music
Music is everywhere. To zhonghu musician Wilson Neo, soundtracks from video games, pop songs are all inspirations that can be performed in Chinese orchestras.
Human Diaries: Living life with elegance, booming it with enthusiasm
Guzheng Associate Principal Xu Hui's distinct personality can be seen on stage while performing, displaying both her elegant and passionate persona through two very different instruments.
Human Diaries: From a kampung boy to a stellar dizi musician
From a kampung boy to a stellar musician, his pure love for music has kept local dizi musician Lim Sin Yeo going all these years. Take a peek into his life and hear his story!
Human Diaries: The Bass in life, the unsung heroes
Everyone has multiple aspects of his personality and interests. Diyin sheng musician Lim Kiong Pin holds a double diploma in counselling and is passionate about conducting and arranging music.
Human Diaries: When music and life interweave, the soul flourishes
SCO Music Director Tsung Yeh felt the hit of music from some western symphony orchestra back in 1970s, and decided to pursue conducting as career, and the rest is history.