Classics at the Movies

Classics at the Movies

If a picture is worth a thousand words, music is surely worth millions. Music has been a vital ingredient in the art of storytelling, deepening the emotional power and meaning behind great films. Last seen together at the SSO’s tribute to Broadway, conductor Gerard...
President’s Young Performers Concert

President’s Young Performers Concert

Not one but two of Singapore’s finest young pianists take the stage at the Singapore Symphony’s 2024 showcase of President’s Young Performers. Watch Toby Tan, 16, prove his prodigiously growing talent in a performance of Rachmaninoff’s popular rhapsody on Paganini’s...
Pirates Ahoy!

Pirates Ahoy!

Ahoy lads and lasses, be that yer ma ‘n pa comin’ aboard me ship? Are they ole salts like me, ready fer our swashbucklin’ adventure? Shiver me timbers, ok then! Strap on yer cutlasses ‘n hold on yer pants, we be castin’ off wit’ our...
Sibelius with Maxim Vengerov and Okko Kamu

Sibelius with Maxim Vengerov and Okko Kamu

“A violinist like Maxim is born only once in a hundred years,” declared his violin teacher. Truly one of the most spellbinding violinists alive today, Maxim Vengerov, arrives in Singapore to play one of the many works that has carried his name into legend – the...
Carmina Burana

Carmina Burana

The Singapore and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras and Choruses join forces to present the choral-orchestral spectacular of Carmina Burana, Carl Orff’s grandiloquent 1937 oratorio. The “Songs of Beuren” is based on 13th century songs celebrating all manner of life’s...
The Violin and the Erhu

The Violin and the Erhu

Not one but two concertos fill this musical itinerary led by eminent Chinese conductor Long Yu, Music Director of the Shanghai Symphony and Artistic Director/Chief Conductor of the China Philharmonic Orchestra. Karen Gomyo, “a first-rate artist of real musical...
National Day Concert: Legacy and Future

National Day Concert: Legacy and Future

In the history of music in every genre, what continues to be played long after it was written becomes classic, and ultimately: identity. Since 2018, the Singapore Symphony’s annual National Day Concert has celebrated the works of our musical forefathers and showcased...
Brahms with Hans Graf and Sayaka Shoji

Brahms with Hans Graf and Sayaka Shoji

The noble strains of Brahms’s music encompass this entire programme conducted by SSO Music Director Hans Graf. Passion and angst rule his Tragic Overture while calm winds of grace flow through his Serenade in A major. Brahms’s popular Violin Concerto takes the...
Beethoven’s Ode to Joy

Beethoven’s Ode to Joy

Joy, bright spark of divinity. Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is classical music’s most beloved celebration of the human spirit – a splendid ode to equality, freedom and fellowship powered by Romantic fervour and Beethoven’s triumphant struggle against the limits of mind...
SSO In Your Community 2024 – PLMGS

SSO In Your Community 2024 – PLMGS

Residents of Serangoon, Bartley, Kovan and Hougang – the Singapore Symphony Orchestra comes to you this July for a one-hour free concert of classical favourites. Join us for this free-and-easy classical music experience – bring your family and friends! Admission is...