Sound-check in progress by students from the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (NUS)
Lining up your lunchtime plans? Look no further – swing by the Asian Civilisations Museum for free concerts! Lunchtime Concerts returns on selected Fridays with music inspired by ACM’s galleries, featuring strings, piano, voice, jazz, and more. Look forward to well-loved classics played by students of the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music.
The hour-long concerts are suitable for all over the age of 4. Grab lunch at Privé or Empress before or after. Join us to add a musical interlude to your day.
This programme is brought to you by the Asian Civilisations Museum and Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music.
6 Mar: Piano
Treat yourself to a session with the Conservatory pianists showcasing their talents.
13 Mar: String Chamber
All strung out? Sit back and enjoy the charms of string chamber music.
27 Mar: Piano Chamber
Piano works from the chamber repertoire will be featured in this performance.
3 Apr: Voice
Listen to vocal masterpieces – both forgotten and well-known – performed by the Voice Department.
17 Apr: Jazz
Chase the blues away with the last concert of the season. Singapore jazz legend Dr Tony Makarome and his students always ensure a swinging, swell time.