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Conductor and Ex-Food Delivery Rider Chiya Amos on Spotlighting Singapore’s Culture Globally through The UTOPIA Symphony

June 23, 2021 | Highlights, In The News

Today, Chiya is back in Russia after seeing an improvement in his situation. Before he departed, he scored a role as Creative Advisor at local non-profit Foundation for The Arts and Social Enterprise, an arts venture capitalist which aims to promote arts initiatives on the global stage. As part of his responsibilities there, Chiya hopes to further the reach of a Singapore-inspired piece titled ‘UTOPIA Symphony’ on the international arena.

[Excerpt from Hear65, June 23, 2021]

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