- POSTED: 17 Feb 2014 17:28
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The search is on for young classical music prodigies as Singapore classical music radio station Symphony 92.4FM’s Young Talents Project returns.
SINGAPORE: Singapore classical music radio station Symphony 92.4FM’s Young Talents Project is back.
Registration is now open for the annual talent competition, which aims to discover classical music prodigies aged 15 and below.
The top 10 Grand Finalists of the talent competition, which is now into its third year, will get a chance to perform in a televised concert on June 27.
The winner of the top prize, the AMADEUS Young Talent Prize, will not only take home S$2,000 in cash, but also get to go on an all-expense paid trip to Vienna, Austria to attend masterclasses with top classical musicians.
Those who wish to register for the Young Talents Project 2014 can do so via the Young Talents Project website.