Education & Communities
Inspiring youths, engaging people
Education is very much a part of the T'ang Quartet, also the Resident Quartet of Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music. As dedicated teachers and chamber musicians, we are passionate about bringing classical music to students, presenting selected works for young audiences. We bring the stage to them in the form of interactive mini-concerts and creative workshops.
We now part of the the National Arts Council-Arts Education Programme (NAC-AEP) 2023-2025 Directory to provide all students with access to quality arts education experiences.
Our school programme, East Meets West, is specially curated: a delightful and inspiring repertoire of traditional fare and contemporary takes on old faves. The 45-min "mini" concert is also an invaluable opportunity for youths to experience the beauty of classical music from a world-class quartet
The T'ang Quartet also embarks on special community projects across ages and strata of society. The ensemble reaches out to the elderly, underprivileged and those living in low-income housing and rehabilitation centres across the nation, extending chamber music to places where it is not usually heard.
Anglo-Chinese School (Junior)
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
Bedok Green Primary School
Bishan Park Secondary School
Broadrick Secondary School
Catholic High School (Secondary)
CHIJ (Katong) Primary
Chung Cheng High School
Compassvale Secondary School
Evergreen Primary School
Holy Innocents' High School
Hwa Chong Institution
Marymount Convent School
Mayflower Primary School
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary)
Nan Chiau High School
Nan Hua High School
National Junior College
NUS High School of Math & Science
Pioneer Junior College
Serangoon Garden Secondary School
Shuqun Secondary School
Tanjong Katong Girls' School
Temasek Primary School
Victoria Junior College
Yishun Junior College
Yumin Primary School
Yu Neng Primary School
"The Tang Quartet take students through a music journey from baroque to present through simple presentation. The objective was met on 27/7/11. It is educational and entertaining that give students a better understanding of the techniques involved in playing and how chords are formed."
Mr Ee Han Siong, Catholic High School (Secondary)
"The performance was really great and of world class standard. The students were really impressed and had fun with the ambulance sound. Many teachers thank me for arranging this session."
Ms Jane Tan, Bishan Park Secondary School
"Our pupils enjoyed the fabulous performance by the T’ang Quartet today. They were a hit with everyone, young and old. Everyone in Evergreen enjoyed the impressive show put up by them."
Mdm Foo Yang, Evergreen Primary School
"The students and teachers in Broadrick Secondary School enjoyed the performance from the T'ang Quartet. The performers were natural and engaging in their delivery. Not only that, they could also reach out to the younger audience."
Mdm Mastura Ahmad, Broadrick Secondary School
"There was a good rapport between the musicians and the pupils. The pupils have a better knowledge of the instruments found in a string quartet set-up. The pace of the performance was excellent and everyone enjoyed the programme presented." Ms Mary Soh, CHIJ (Kellock)
"The performance by T'ang Quartet in our school on 1 August 2011 was excellent. My students and teachers enjoyed it very much. The students responded that they have learnt more about the string instruments and the music played."
Ms Sim Siew Ngoh, Yishun Junior College
Yu Neng Primary School
Jan 13 2023
Performing and speaking at the school assembly to wrap up Yu Neng Arts Week, where the T'ang Quartet performed a few classics by Mozart as well as a rendition of the local classic, Rasa Sayang. The talk included an introduction of different string instruments and different techniques in playing the string instruments and Mozart.
Punggol 21 Community Club
Dec 24 2021
The Quartet was at the CC playing Christmas songs for delighted residents. They were joined by Senior Minister Teo Chee Hean, NTUC Secretary-General Ng Chee Meng, MP Yeo Wan Ling, Young NTUC and NTUC nEbO youths to spread some cheer during the festive season, with care packs for the frontliners at the Vaccination Centre.
Organisations and individuals can contribute to our education and community outreach programmes to make the Quartet's work more accessible to the broader public as well as to generate an interest in culture and music.
If you would like to be part of our programmes, feel free to drop an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org