Music school backed by Mandopop stars

Music producer Joshua Goh, 26, on keyboard, and freelance musician Marcus Lee, 26, on guitar, composing a chorus at The Songwriter Music College, a partnership between content producer mm2 Asia and music company Funkie Monkies.
Music producer Joshua Goh, 26, on keyboard, and freelance musician Marcus Lee, 26, on guitar, composing a chorus at The Songwriter Music College, a partnership between content producer mm2 Asia and music company Funkie Monkies.PHOTO: SONG TAO FOR THE STRAITS TIMES

The Songwriter Music College will roll out diploma courses as it looks to groom new songwriters and music producers

The Songwriter Music College (TSMC), a new music school backed by regional Mandopop music practitioners, aims to nurture a new generation of songwriters, singer-songwriters and music producers with its diploma courses.

The school is a partnership between Singapore-based producer of films, television and online content, mm2 Asia, and home-grown music company Funkie Monkies (FM).

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 02, 2018, with the headline 'Music school backed by Mandopop stars'. Print Edition | Subscribe