Singapore Rhapsodies at National Museum

The Platform,
Level 2
Various Timings
Free admission
Singapore Rhapsodies at National Museum is a bi-weekly music series that invites aspiring young musicians, students and music interest groups to showcase original self-compositions or popular Singapore songs on a unique Red Steinway concert grand piano.
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Performance Schedule

Dates Performing Institution Performing Timings
19 Jan Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) 4.30 – 5pm
2 Feb West View Primary School 4.30 – 5pm
24 Feb Vox Camerata (Choir Group) 2.30 – 3pm
9 Mar St Joseph's Institution Junior 4.30 – 5pm
23 Mar Meridian Primary School 4.30 – 5pm
6 Apr Fuchun Secondary School 4.30 – 5pm
4 May Singapore Raffles Music College 4.30 – 5pm 
18 May Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Secondary) 4.30 – 5pm 
1 Jun Serangoon Garden Secondary School  4.30 – 5pm 
22 Jun Woodlands Ring Secondary School  4.30 – 5pm
30 Jun Rosyth School 2.30 – 3pm
20 Jul River Valley High School  4.30 – 5pm 
28 Jul Teach a Life, for Life 2.30 – 3pm

An initiative of the Sing50 Fund, this music series is proudly presented by POSB, organised by The RICE Company Limited and supported by the National Museum of Singapore.

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