Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) just launched its first-ever streaming platform.
In an announcement made today (15/09), the symphony orchestra unveiled SSOLOUNGE, a subscription-based streaming service that offers audiences masterworks of some of the world’s greatest composers and classical performances right in the comfort of their own homes.
From Beethoven’s greatest pieces to SSO’s very own concerts, SSOLOUNGE, which is hosted by SISTIC Live Pro, is home to a wide selection of performances and repertoire, with dozens of new content added expected to arrive every year.
“We are delighted to introduce SSOLOUNGE, which would not only help us reach more people around the world, including audiences in China and Indonesia, but also improve the way we engage with viewers. We seek to continue creating memorable experiences with music and provide an easy way for classical music fans and first-time listeners to enjoy our performances,” says Singapore Symphony Group CEO Chng Hak-Peng in an official statement.
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For the rest of the year, audiences can revel in five new digital performances. Whether you want to relive English violinist Tasmin Little’s farewell performances or looking to embark on a vividly immersive journey against the backdrop of Baroque music.
Check out the list of performances you can catch on SSOLOUNGE this 2021 here.
|A Farewell for Tasmin Little
|Paragon of the Baroque – Celebrating Bach IV
|Joy Of Life – Celebrating Bach V
|Ancient Airs and Dances
SSOLOUNGE will feature two subscription options - 12M All-Access Pass and Single Access Pass.
The former will be priced at SGD 30 and will allow audiences all-year access to all SSOLOUNGE content, as well as exclusive archived concerts and early access to new releases. While the latter will allow viewers access to premieres for a 30-day time period for only SGD 6.
Check out SSOLOUNGE here.
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