Foundation Sessions – Fridays@Gilstead
Foundation Sessions – Fridays@Gilstead are curated networking sessions combined with soirees. Each session involves 10-15 individuals with means and bearing to support our local talent.
Launched in August 2016, the Foundation Sessions is a new kind of space where business and the arts converge with philanthropy. By fostering an informal network of friends and supporters, the Foundation Sessions is a platform for continual fundraising to support the projects of The Foundation. It is a fresh take on fundraising that creates value for all.
Artistes/Musicians we have showcased:
– Abbey Simone
– Alemay Fernandez
– Charlie Lim
– Chok Kerong
– Christina The
– Dawn Wong
– Michelle SgP
– Tan Weixiang
– The Steve McQueens
Contact us below to find out how to participate in the Foundation Sessions.
OTHER RECENT ARTICLES
From Ionisers To Digital Concert Halls, Singapore Orchestras Adapt To The Covid-19 Normal by The Straits Times
Home-grown charity The Foundation For The Arts And Social Enterprise has also launched a 10-year Music Commissioning Series to support Singapore composers and build up a canon of local contemporary music – from Chinese orchestra and cross-cultural works to jazz and musicals.
Singaporean Jazz-vocalist Joanna Dong teamed up with composer Chok Kerong to release ‘第一章’ (The First Chapter) on the 24th of September, marking the first in the UTOPIA Reimagined series “The Series” – which will see four artists reimagining a symphony written by Russian composer Vladimir Martynov and recorded by the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Singapore jazz singer Joanna Dong’s new single titled “Chapter One” will be released on 24 September on major digital platforms, the first in the UTOPIA Reimagined Series – an initiative by the Foundation for The Arts and Social Enterprise.
Press Release: Singaporean jazz singer Joanna Dong’s new single titled 《第一章》will be released on 24 September on major digital platforms, the first in the UTOPIA Reimagined Series (“the Series”) – an initiative by the Foundation for The Arts and Social Enterprise (“The Foundation”) that will see four artists reimagine a symphony inspired by Singapore, written by a Russian composer and recorded by the London Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO).
Michael Tay’s early interest in philosophy has profoundly shaped the way he thinks about issues and trends – simultaneously teaching him how to seek underlying motivations and causes in the area of problem-solving. This, together with his passion for the arts and its place in society, led to the genesis of Foundation for the Arts and Social Enterprise, which aims to pin Singapore’s art scene onto the world map.