About Campaign

ends 06 Aug 2020, 11:59 PM
The global pandemic, COVID-19 has taken a huge toll across all industries, affecting people from all walks of lives. The Arts community in Singapore is no exception.

With the latest circuit breaker measures to cancel all live productions and concerts, Ding Yi too, has cancelled our concerts such as our opening "Happy Chinese New Year" concert in Feb, multidisciplinary concert "Songs of the Dragon Kiln" in May, and many schools & outreach programmes.

Despite the cancellations, our hearts never once faltered but grew stronger to be even more committed to keep the music going for our audiences, supporters and stakeholders. Shortly after the cancellation of our first concert, Ding Yi pulled together our first online concert "Together We Stand" on 14 Feb, with the support and participation of Minister Grace Fu, Mediacorp presenter Jeffrey Low, Joanna Dong, Tay Kexin, getai singers Liu Ling Ling and more, representing a part of #SGUnited.

In Apr, we introduced #dingyiwithyou, a digital series available on our website and social media with online content aimed to instil positivity, accompany and encourage you, fellow Singaporeans as we stay home and ride out the storm of this pandemic.

We sincerely appeal for your support in these difficult times. Your donation of any amount can continue to support our musicians, keep our company afloat and allow us to produce online and offline content in the present and future.

Support our Singapore Chinese chamber music.


About the Charity

Established in 2007, Ding Yi Music Company is Singapore's most prodigious Chinese chamber ensemble and has captivated audiences with its distinctive approach to music-making across traditional Chinese music to contemporary interpretations cross-genre works. Ding Yi is a recipient of the Chinese Cultural Contribution Award (Organisation) in 2019.

As a non-profit arts organisation, your support will lend a great help towards our mission to cultivate life-long interest and a deeper appreciation for a distinct Singapore Chinese chamber music.
Your donation paves the way for taking traditional sounds and music to greater heights.

Ding Yi is a non-profit organisation with the status of Institutions of a Public Charter (IPC). Your donation will unlock a dollar-to-dollar matching from the Cultural Matching Fund, doubling your impact on our vibrant arts scene in reaching more communities, and supporting Ding Yi in contributing to Singapore's cultural identity. All donations to Ding Yi will benefit from 250% tax deduction.


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