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October 12, 2019 at 11:27am

Child pianist Lydian Nadhaswaram of India won The World’s Best talent show on Wednesday (Mar 13), defeating participants from more than 150 countries to pick up the US$1 million (S$1.36 million) cash prize.

He beat out South Korea’s Kukkiwon, or The Flying Taekwondo Masters in the grand finale, with the final decision made by 50 representatives from 38 countries.

“When I see Lydian, it gives me hope. He should be the answer to Chinese pianist Lang Lang. I think he will be India... See More

Child pianist Lydian Nadhaswaram of India won The World’s Best talent show on Wednesday (Mar 13), defeating participants from more than 150 countries to pick up the US$1 million (S$1.36 million) cash prize.

He beat out South Korea’s Kukkiwon, or The Flying Taekwondo Masters in the grand finale, with the final decision made by 50 representatives from 38 countries.

“When I see Lydian, it gives me hope. He should be the answer to Chinese pianist Lang Lang. I think he will be India's musical ambassador,” A R Rahman (Academy Award-winning Indian Tamil music director) said.

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October 10, 2019 at 5:11pm

A Look Back at the KORG Junior Piano Competition 2018

The KORG Junior Piano Competition 2018 was the first-ever KORG digital piano competition for young students in Singapore. Jointly organised by KORG, POPULAR and City Music, it offers young aspiring pianists in Singapore aged 10 and under a wonderful platform to showcase their budding musical talents on a nationwide stage.

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A Look Back at the KORG Junior Piano Competition 2018

The KORG Junior Piano Competition 2018 was the first-ever KORG digital piano competition for young students in Singapore. Jointly organised by KORG, POPULAR and City Music, it offers young aspiring pianists in Singapore aged 10 and under a wonderful platform to showcase their budding musical talents on a nationwide stage.

#korg #TitusLeong #competition #digital

October 8, 2019 at 9:56pm

14-year-old pianist Adrian Tang Zhi Feng was crowned the Grand Prize winner and top performer of the Senior Category at the Young Talents Project 2019 (YTP) Grand Finals held today at the Victoria Concert Hall.

Organised by Singapore’s only classical music station Symphony 924, YTP is Mediacorp’s annual celebration of classical music and talents. In its eighth edition this year, YTP saw close to a hundred young musicians entering the competition in two age categories – Junior... See More

14-year-old pianist Adrian Tang Zhi Feng was crowned the Grand Prize winner and top performer of the Senior Category at the Young Talents Project 2019 (YTP) Grand Finals held today at the Victoria Concert Hall.

Organised by Singapore’s only classical music station Symphony 924, YTP is Mediacorp’s annual celebration of classical music and talents. In its eighth edition this year, YTP saw close to a hundred young musicians entering the competition in two age categories – Junior Category for children between seven and 12 years old, and Senior Category for those aged between 13 and 17. Ten finalists were eventually shortlisted to perform a classical piece of their choice at the Grand Finals.

#ytp #ytp2019 #competition

April 2, 2019 at 10:04am

The registration for the 4th Singapore Raffles Cultural & Arts Festival, organized by Singapore Raffles Music College is now open!
This festival comprises of 4 Competition Categories: Piano, Chinese Orchestra, Vocal and Dance. Whether you are a student, a professional or someone who simply enjoy performing, this is the BEST chance for you to shine!

Event Date: 20 - 22 August 2019
Location: Singapore Raffles Music College & Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

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The registration for the 4th Singapore Raffles Cultural & Arts Festival, organized by Singapore Raffles Music College is now open!
This festival comprises of 4 Competition Categories: Piano, Chinese Orchestra, Vocal and Dance. Whether you are a student, a professional or someone who simply enjoy performing, this is the BEST chance for you to shine!

Event Date: 20 - 22 August 2019
Location: Singapore Raffles Music College & Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Registration Deadline: 6 June 2019

Why should you sign up?
• A nurturing stage for you to gain exposure in performing and competing at an international level.
• Develop a lifelong passion for music by learning from our Renowned Adjudication Panel
• Observe and learn from outstanding competitors and guest performances
• Boost your confidence and develop a healthy competition mindset

Email us at event@ace99.com.sg to find out more!

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