A head start in the music world

Musicians Khai (above) and Inch Chua have benefited from the National Arts Council's Noise Music Mentorship programme. Chua became a mentor in 2015.
Musicians Khai (above) and Inch Chua have benefited from the National Arts Council's Noise Music Mentorship programme. Chua became a mentor in 2015.PHOTO: KHAI
Musicians Khai and Inch Chua (above) have benefited from the National Arts Council's Noise Music Mentorship programme. Chua became a mentor in 2015.
Musicians Khai and Inch Chua (above) have benefited from the National Arts Council's Noise Music Mentorship programme. Chua became a mentor in 2015.PHOTO: WARNER MUSIC SINGAPORE

Music mentorship programmes allow budding musicians access to industry veterans and the local music network

As Singapore's music scene continues to grow, many new acts joining the fold tend to be bolstered by the variety of music mentorship programmes on offer.

Via these platforms, young entrants to the music scene are paired with industry veterans, who can impart their wealth of knowledge.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 06, 2019, with the headline 'A head start in the music world'. Print Edition | Subscribe