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Free performances streamed on SSO’s YouTube page on Fridays and Saturdays, including newly released concert footage receiving its 'Digital Premiere'. Available to watch at our audience’s convenience afterwards.

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Alternating with our SSO Live & Digital Premieres on Saturdays, SSO Encore: From the Archive gives you another chance to enjoy memorable performances from the orchestra’s archives.

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Audio recordings of some of our favourite chamber concerts from the Victoria Concert Hall, free to enjoy on the SSO YouTube channel. This series alternates every other Wednesday with Singapore Composers: From the Archives.

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The SSO celebrates some of our brilliant local composers with this archive audio series, which will be broadcast on our YouTube channel. This series alternates every other Wednesday with Victoria Concert Hall: From the Archives series.

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The SSO has teamed up with our official radio station, Symphony 924, to bring you a concert from the SSO archives in the comfort of your own home. Tune in every Sunday in May, from noon until 2pm.

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Join the Singapore-based conductor for a four-part meditation session, aided by beautiful music performed by the SSO. On the SSO YouTube channel.

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Head to the SSO Spotify page to discover hand-picked playlists of music performed by orchestras around the world. A new playlist will be released every other Thursday.

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SSO Principal Percussionist Jon Fox switches his drumsticks for a mic as he hosts this series of engaging video conversations with artists from across the music world. Join them on the SSO Facebook page at 7.30pm every Friday in May and June for fascinating insights into their musical lives. Guests include singer Joanna Dong and SSO’s Principal Guest Conductor, Andrew Litton.

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Saint-Saëns’s much-loved masterpiece Carnival of the Animals is the focus for our new interactive series for children, hosted by conductor Jessica Gethin. Head to the SSO Facebook page every Sunday at 3pm, from 31 May, to discover a different part of the piece.

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