About Resound Collective:
Over several cups of coffee in May 2015, some of Singapore’s most talented and dedicated musicians surfaced the idea of forming a chamber orchestra that would be led not by an artistic director or principal conductor, but by the musicians themselves.
This concept of a musicians’ collective would place greater focus on how the score comes together, and demonstrating why the repertoire is as important and relevant today as when they was first composed centuries ago. Some of the hearts and minds behind Resound Collective include local conductors Jason Lai and Seow Yibin, violinists Loh Jun Hong and Seah Huan Yu, violist Jonathan Lee and music critic Mervin Beng.
The first concert by re:Sound was on 31st August 2016. Since then the group has presented an average of four concerts a year, collaborating with many top Singaporean musicians, and international soloists and chamber orchestra leaders. The music performed by re:Sound ranges is centred around the Baroque, Classical and early Romantic periods, but includes 20th century and contemporary works by Bartok, Stravinsky, Shostakovich, John Cage, Philip Glass, György Ligeti, Jonathan Dove, John Corigliano and Stephen Montague.
Resound Collective Limited is a registered charity under the Charities Act, Singapore – UEN: 201631412H