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Premiering the 4th Movement of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony

Digital Concert on July 30, 2020 at 7 pm (Singapore time)

Beethoven’s 9th Symphony goes Digital

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While digital space does not allow for connection in the same way an evening in the Botanic Gardens or the Esplanade concert hall this year, technology allows us to connect our voices, hearts and souls together. It is precisely during such dire times that music must continue to play on. Music can inspire hope and beauty.

Celebrating Beethoven’s 250th anniversary

This 2020, we celebrate Beethoven 's 250th anniversary as a revolutionary musical genius and to a double celebration that connects ASEAN and the European Union as Germany will assume the EU-Presidency in the second half of 2020 while, Singapore will continue as the coordinating chair of ASEAN for EU relations.

We are proud to be Platinum Sponsor to premiere a digital concert of the 4th movement of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony.

Join us for Singapore 4th movement of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony

Date: July 30,  2020, Tuesday
Time: 7 pm - 7.30 pm (Singapore time)

Group Portrait Dresdner Kreuzchor boys’ choir

Join us for a sing-along campaign that invites Singaporeans, Germans and participants from around the world to join a virtual choir. The ‘Dresdner Kreuzchor’ with its world-renowned boys’ choir has already pledged its support. The voices of participants will be integrated into the grand finale of ‘Ode to Joy’ of this year’s digital performance.

30th of July is International Friendship Day which connects to the global solidarity amid the Coronavirus pandemic. It will also be a powerful reminder of our shared humanity and further emphasize the message of unity.

Music can transform the world.

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

Beethoven im Garten | YST Conservatory x German Embassy Singapore x Nuremberg Symphony 2018

Throwback to Beethoven im Garten 2018 - a celebration of German-Singaporean connections and friendship in collaboration with the German Embassy Singapore, Nürnberger Symphoniker, and Maestro Kahchun Wong!

Maestro Kahchun Wong

Portrait Kachun Wong

Kahchun Wong, Conductor

A native of Singapore, Wong is Chief Conductor of the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra. Since winning the Mahler Conducting Competition in 2016, he has also led distinguished orchestras such as the New York Philharmonic, Czech Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Orchestre Nationale du Capitole de Toulouse and the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony.
In December 2019, he became the first artist from Singapore to be conferred the Order of Merit by the Federal President of Germany, for his contributions towards Singaporean-German cultural relations. He is a recipient of the Singapore Youth Award, Young Artist Award and the Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship.

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