Ode To Joy - The NUSChoir X NUS Symphony Orchestra



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.

Under the baton of Maestro Lim Soon Lee, NUS Symphony Orchestra and The NUSChoir, two outstanding youth music groups in Singapore who have received awards in international festivals and competitions, join forces with soloists Ee-Ping Yee, Jade Tan Shi Yun, Jonathan Tay and Valentin Lazrein in this musical milestone in celebration of CFA’s 25th Anniversary.

The NUSChoir

The NUSChoir will also be featuring a few songs including Jack Runstad's Let My Love Be Heard, Kirby Shaw's Plenty Good Room and Ralph Vaughan Williams' Linden Lea. Come to watch the performance on the 22nd September at the University Cultural Centre Hall!

Tickets are priced as such

  • $25 for the general public

  • $15 for NUS Students

  • 1 for 1 price for tickets if purchased through any NUSChoir members or by contacting us below

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