NUS Arts Festival 2018 climaxes with an uplifting performance of what is considered one of the most remarkable demonstrations of human achievement.
Despite struggling with hearing loss, health issues and social isolation, Beethoven drew inspiration from the ode by German poet Schiller to create Ninth Symphony Ode To Joy, a triumphant anthem for the deepest yearning for freedom, unity and hope for humankind that has since been played to mark significant historical moments in our time.Read More
The NUSChoir extends a warm welcome at its Welcome Tea 2018 at CFA Studios. We started off with a free and easy session for us to get to know each other better. We then split up into our sections for sectional practices, and finally came back for combined practice to sing Kirby Shaw's Plenty Good Room!Read More
We are extremely proud to announce that The NUSChoir has clinched the title of Choir of the World and won the most coveted Pavarotti trophy!🏅 We would like to thank all of you for being with us here on this journey, supporting and cheering us on! 🙌🏻Read More
An artist uses different strokes and a palette of colours to bring a picture to life. Likewise, The NUSChoir seeks to tell the diverse stories and ambience from all over the world through the varying tones of music and the mixture of voices from our singers.
The choir will be performing 6 pieces, at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm, in 30 minute sessions.
This event is FREE! So why not come down with your friends and family to enjoy an Arts filled weekend?Read More