• Young Singapore talents recognised at Symphony 924’s classical music contest
  • Pianist Adrian Tang Zhi Feng, 14, for the Grand Prize and Senior Category; cellist Michelle Zhu Manzhen, 11, for the Junior Category; and pianist Toby Tan Kai Rong, 10, who won the Best Stage Presence award.
  • Out of the 10 finalists, the three young musicians captured the ears of the judges, who were Ryan Lewis, South & East Asia Regional Consultant for the ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music); Joshua Tan, the associate conductor of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and principal conductor of the Singapore National Youth Orchestra; as well as soprano Jeong Ae Ree, who is also the artistic director, CEO and founder of New Opera Singapore.

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