SINGAPORE - Singapore Chinese Orchestra (SCO) will perform in Jubilee at the Botanics, an SG50 initiative by Temasek.
The event will take place at the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage at the Singapore Botanic Gardens on May 30 at 6pm and is open to the public for free.
SCO will perform alongside Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) in the two free concerts series and will feature pieces such as Phoon Yew Tien's The Forge Ahead, Law Wai Lun's Prince Sang Nila Utama and Singa; medley of TV theme songs including Strive from "The Awakening, Good Morning, Sir! From "Good Morning, Sir!"
The concert will be conducted by assistant conductor Moses Gay and hosted by local singer Tay Kewei.
Mr Gay began his conducting career with the SCO in 2011 and has been touted as the next rising star in the circle by renowned conductor Ku Lap Man.
Ms Tay started her singing career in 2006 with local singing competition Project Superstar. She has released five albums to date and was invited to perform on stage during the 2014 National Day Parade.
Mr Gary Ang, Managing Director of Strategic & Public Affairs of Temasek said: "Through this event, Temasek hopes to bring families and friends together, and have the community connect through the love for music in Singapore's iconic Botanic Gardens."