Thursday, November 30, 2017

Join us for SVBC 2018!

Music has always been taken in the second place to traditional academic classes. Music education should be compulsory in all schools as it provides academic, social and personal benefits. Music can boost students understanding and increase productivity in non-musical subjects like maths, English etc. The children who take music lessons in their school year on average have higher IQs. There is a massive benefit from being musical that we do not understand. The horizons are higher when you are involved in music. With the help of music, one is able to enhance the understanding of the world, art and how one thinks and expresses oneself.

As a parent, it’s difficult to identify musical talent in your child as your child might not be open to you. If you want to identify musical talent in your child join us in our rare, enlightening and inspiring talk by the Artistic Director and President of the Vienna Boys Choir, Professor Gerald Wirth as he shares with you how to identify, develop and encourage musical talent in your child. Let your child be inspired and exposed to other child musical talents. 

During this event, Professor Gerald Wirth will share valuable tips on how to spot outstanding musical talent and how to encourage your child to have a love of music and share about the education at the Vienna Boys Choir. The Vienna Boys Choir is one of the oldest boy’s choirs in the world. For nearly 500 years, it has been one of the enduring symbols of Austria. There are approximately 100 choristers between the ages of ten and fourteen. Professor Gerald Wirth is the President and Artistic Director of the Vienna Boys Choir. He will be sharing the 500-year-old system of voice training used by the Vienna Boys Choir, who has been the experts and leading specialist in music education for young people in the world.

The event will take place on Grand Copthorne Waterfront 392 Havelock Road Waterfront Ballroom, Level 2 Singapore on Saturday 13th of January 2018 from 9:30am to 1:30pm. Tickets are available at You can use the discount code “Housetutor”.

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