The new Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music forms an integral part of the National University of Singapore's music faculty. The three-story building integrates state-of-the-art facilities for training professional musicians and for visiting artists, including an intimate 573-seat shoebox concert hall with two wrap-around galleries adjustable acoustics. The venue is intended for classical music performances, chamber music, and symphony orchestra concerts. Other facilities include 45 practice rooms, 30 teaching studios, eight ensemble rooms, and one of the largest recording studios in Asia.
National University of SingaporeArchitect
RSP Architects and PlannersAcoustician
National University of Singapore and touring performances
New constructionTheatre type
Educational, Concert hall
Programming, concept design, theatre planning, theatre equipment design and specification, and acousticsCompletion