The Singapore Raffles Music College (SRMC) launched its newly-minted campus at 456 Alexandria Road last week, focusing on music and dance education.
The new campus — a S$2.5 million investment — is a joint project between famous Chinese pop singer Hu Haiquan of the duo Yu Quan, and investment holding company China First Capital Group.
Established in 2001, the institution offers courses for four professional tracks — recording, performance, music and dance. In addition, the college is the first outside of the UK to offer music and dance degree programmes from the University of West London. The school's current cohort consists of about 120 to 150 students, with a yearly intake of 60 to 80 students.
SRMC executive director Ryan Goh, pictured with prominent Mandopop songwriting duo, Lee Si Song and Lee Wei Song, at the institute's official launch.
With all new state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, including a recording studio with a free-floating concept and SSL AWS924 recording consoles, the new campus is fully equipped for a new generation of students.
“We are very excited that our new campus will house state-of-the-art facilities, such as the dance studios and the recording studio, and are very thankful that all our stakeholders also share the same vision of advancing our student’s capabilities,” said Mr. Ryan Goh, Executive Director, SRMC.
“We remain committed to providing the best teaching environment, established mentors and teachers to bring out the best in our students and give them a head start in their careers.”
Visit SRMC's official website for more info.