Selected Performing Groups
Binta Brass Quintet (Thailand)
Not A Clarinet Choir (Singapore)
NUS Percussion Ensemble (Singapore)
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) Band
Rivervale Primary School Brass Band
Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary Concert Band
NUS Wind Symphony
31 JULY, 7.30PM
ESPLANADE CONCERT HALL
#SIBF22 CONCERT SHOWCASE
PHILHARMONIC WIND ORCHESTRA
30 July (Sat), 3pm
Esplanade Concert Hall
Featuring works by John Mackey, Leonard Bernstein, Singaporean composer Lee Jinjun and Joe Hisasihi conducted by Leonard Tan & Lau Lifeng.
WORKSHOP FOR U #SIBF22
Making and Controlling Musical Sounds Through Ensemble Playing
Through simple ensemble activities such as canon playing and singing, the experiential workshop aims to develop participants’ instrumental techniques and musical awareness in areas such as posture, fingering, intonation, breathing, embouchure, articulation, tone quality, and rhythm. Participants are encouraged to bring their own instruments to the workshop.
In collaboration with NAFA School of Music
THE #SIBF PLATFORM
For 2022, the SIBF competition will provide multiple platforms to showcase your band or ensemble, live or virtual, competition or assessment-only. Each division is specifically crafted to allow maximum learning and performance opportunity for your musicians. Each division is distinct in terms of music difficulty level and performance duration requirements. Participating groups get to choose their challenge level and music that can best showcase the group's performance ability.
In addition to Competition, participants get to experience cultural exchange and educational learning through the International Exchange, Workshop with adjudicators, Gala Concert and Outreach showcase.
We need dynamic, passionate, service-oriented individuals like you to assist in the day-to-day running of the festival. We’d love to have you apply if you’re up for a challenge, enjoy meeting new people and have a passion for wind band music! We’ll do our best to provide cool experiences and perspectives; a supportive and welcoming environment; and not to mention, the unique opportunity to meet people from the region.