Ding Yi Music Company

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  • Artistic Programmes
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  • All
  • Artistic Programmes
  • Arts Education Programmes
  • Community Outreach Programmes

Disappearing Series

A concert series that premiered in 2017 to critical acclaim, paying homage to the vanishing trades of our Singaporean Chinese culture through multidisciplinary experiences. Songs of the Dragon Kiln is a take on the hillside wood-fired kilns built in Singapore by immigrant Chinese in the last century, now on the verge of extinction, presented through Chinese chamber music and documentary film. Seven Sisters’ Sonata is a love story told in music and dance, that traipses through Singapore’s iconic Chinatown in an exploration of the Seven Sisters Festival, also known as Chinese Valentine’s Day.

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Ding yi chinese chamber music festival

Ding Yi Chinese Chamber Music Festival

A biennial series of concerts and workshops by accomplished ensembles and experts from around the world. Audiences experience a unique encounter with a spectrum of styles and approaches, while collaboration and creativity are further sparked as Chinese chamber music practitioners come together. The Festival was first organised in 2013, with a summit live streamed for the first time in 2022 to grow the appreciation of the genre among an international audience.

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Feed Your Imagination (F.Y.I)

Designed for schools, Feed Your Imagination (F.Y.I) offers students an opportunity to experience and learn about Chinese chamber music through performances by Ding Yi Music Company.

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composium

Composium

A triennial festival in Singapore that gives composers of all nationalities and ages a platform to showcase their Chinese chamber music. The festival comprises a composition competition, a series of symposiums, and two concerts. The first concert, Masters’ Replay, sees Ding Yi musicians perform all the adjudicators’ Chinese chamber music works; finalists’ compositions are performed in the Prize Presentation Concert, before the final results are announced. Composium was first launched by Ding Yi Music Company in 2012 with the aim of establishing a wide repertoire of Chinese chamber works.

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National Arts Council Arts Education Programmes (NAC-AEP)

Ding Yi Music Company offers several unique programmes for students and schools under the National Arts Council-Arts Education Programme (NAC-AEP). We aim to give young ones a unique learning experience about traditional Chinese music through our performance, talks and excursion programmes.

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