KPO Young Artists Concert @ Esplanade Recital Studio,
23 January 2021
This year's Young Artists Concert features our very own young talents from KPO, who will be performing a variety of works from famous composers Elgar and Shostakovich, as well as Local Award-Winning composition "Colour".
The repertoire is as follows：
Elgar String Serenade
Shostakovich Chamber Symphony
Mozart Violin Concert No 3
Bartok Romania Folk Dance
Mozart Violin and Viola Duo
Vivaldi 2 Violin Concerto
Local Award Young Composer composition "Colour"
Asian Pacific Youth Symphony Orchestra Festival (APYSOF),
7-9 August 2020
Held from 7 – 9 Aug 2020 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The festival brings youth orchestras from the Asia-Pacific region to one city. Festival activities include concerts and performances, directors’ conferences and meetings, instrumental and educational symposiums, and series of cultural exchange events, followed by a grand finale on 9 Aug 2020 at Kuala Lumpur Dewan Filharmonik Petronas Concert Hall.
The festival aims to build a connection among participating orchestras for future collaboration. It provides a networking opportunity for participants to meet representatives from concert halls, stage management companies, production companies and instrument factories.
Join us for a fascinated week filled with symphony orchestra music and cultural exchange events!
Korea Music & Culture Exchange,
10-16 June 2020
The Korea Music and Culture Exchange is the first part of our collaboration with Korea's Gyeongnam Educators Philharmonic Orchestra and their Youth Orchestra. This overseas music and cultural exchange will allow our young musicians to get acquainted with different cultures, musical traditions, languages, teaching approaches, but also with challenging situations. These experiences will not only have positive effects on each student's development as a musician but also as an individual, having to deal with many new and unknown factors during the stay abroad.
Together with Gyeongnam Educators Symphony Orchestra and Gyeongnam Educators Youth Orchestra, Kids' Philharmonic@sg will be putting up a concert for the Korean community at the 1600-seat Seongsan Art Hall in Changwon City. This concert provides an opportunity not only to showcase our orchestra but also promote Singaporean artistry to the music community and the general public of Korea. We will be playing the composition of Cultural Medallion recipient, Mr Phoon Yew Tien, at this concert. Also, our violin soloist for this trip is our very own Chloe Chua, 1st Prize Winner of the prestigious Menuhin Competition 2018 (Junior Division) which is widely recognized as the world's leading competition for violinists under the age of 16. We are also very honoured to have Mr Phoon and Mr Yin Ke, Chloe's teacher to accompany us on this trip.
After this overseas exchange, we will likewise be hosting the Korean orchestras in Singapore and put up a concert for the general public and music community in Singapore.
KPO International Music Festival,
12-15 March 2020
This competition aims to boost Singapore’s art scene in classical music while providing youths with the valuable opportunity to learn and perform on stage, thus improving their musical mastery and performance standards. In addition, the competition also aims to encourage contestants to actively showcase their musical potential, helping them to pave the way towards pursuing a career in music.
KPO Christmas Concert @ Victoria Concert Hall,
22 December 2019
Christmas with Tchaikovsky Concert is part of kids' philharmonic@sg's annual series held at the Victoria Concert Hall. Trained by professional musicians, the young musicians of kids philharmonic@sg gets the opportunity to perform with professionals in an orchestral setting at a mid-sized concert hall, developing local young musicians. In sharing this joyous celebration, we will feature all 3 orchestra wings to showcase to the young musicians' parents and the general public their musical development.
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12-17 December 2019
This music exchange is organised and sponsored by the Japanese Junior Symphony Orchestra Association. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from the Japanese youths via performing and staying in the same accommodation together. Participants will also have the chance to attend masterclasses by music professors from the best Japanese college for string instruments.
Some planned activities during the tour are traditional cultural experiences and visiting Mount Fuji. This tour not only gives participants a rare chance to perform overseas but also experience a cultural exchange between countries.
The organised activities will allow participants to experience the learning culture in Japan and provide a platform for the exchange of cultures. More importantly, participants are offered a rare opportunity to perform overseas.