Singapore Symphony Choruses
Established from 1980, the Singapore Symphony Choruses consist of members from diverse ages, backgrounds and nationalities. Regularly sharing the stage with the SSO, the choruses record and tour with the orchestra, and give their own performances in Singapore and abroad.
Repertoire for the respective choruses straddle musical worlds and styles, ranging from orchestral masterpieces to a cappella favourites, and spanning the Renaissance to contemporary 21st century music. Through holistic choral training that nurtures artistic growth and personal development, the youth-oriented choirs also aim to enrich and advance young singers.
Since its inaugural performance of Brahms’ German Requiem in June 1980, the Singapore Symphony Chorus (SSC) has established itself as one of the finest few symphony choruses in the region.
Singapore’s finest young choral singers aged between 17 and 28 revel in the best of all musical worlds and styles.