Campaign 2024

Resound Collective Donation Appeal 2024

Dear Donors, Friends, and Music lovers,


In the past two years we’ve thrilled you with Bartok, Bacewicz and Hadyn (Qin Liwei), uplifted you with Hummel (Tine Thing Helseth), Mozart (Keila Wakao, Aoi Trio) and Copland and swept you away with Brahms (Stephen Hough), Korngold (Melvyn Tan with the Concordia Quartet) and of course, Vivaldi (Yuto, Sophia, Jacob & Mark), and much, much more.


This was only possible thanks to the generous support, largely through donations from our last campaign in April 2022. We now ask you to consider making donations to helm future concerts, and the next Singapore Chamber Music Festival (SCMF).

Our funding model


As a collective of professional musicians, our musicians are paid for rehearsal time and performances – this makes up the largest cost of running the company. Musician fees and the cost of presenting concerts / SCMF are funded through National Arts Council’s Major Company Grant (< 25% of our annual budget), ticket sales (<10%), your donations (~25-35%) and other grants, eg. Arts Fund.


We are sincerely grateful for our donors’ support, which when matched by MCCY’s Cultural Matching Fund, typically makes up 50-70% of our annual income.

How we use your donations


With your support, we plan to bring you more exciting, colourful orchestral and chamber concerts, an annual concert showcasing our prodigious young musical talent, and further extend local and international collaborations.


The Singapore Chamber Music Festival (SCMF) will return in 2026. In addition, we also hope to run off-festival chamber music activities so that Singapore’s enthusiastic chamber musicians will continue their lifelong pursuit of making music among friends.


Thank you for your consideration. If you have any questions, or would like more information, please contact us at [email protected]


Development of this website was supported by a grant from National Arts Council, Singapore