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Little Singers is a research-based artistic programme that trains and develops cognitive, musical and kinaesthetic ability in young children

This programme transcends fun in music-making, and delves into developing young singers into thinking individuals that are sensitive to sound, rhythm, and other fundamental musical elements. It also equips them with key foundation skills that will not only aid their singing, but their thought process and creative freedom.

Little Singers is a unique programme that grooms the young performer, builds character, and creates unforgettable memories through song.


What to expect:

  • Rhymes and simple songs

  • Lots of movement and actions

  • Learning and playing as a group

  • No stress!



  • Development of independence

  • Preparation for musical/choral discipline

  • Singing in tune with healthy and clear voice

  • Steady beat, rhythm, and melodic prep

  • Simple pictorial/icon note reading


Recommended for children ages 5–6


Recommended for children ages 3–4

Nicholas Tham (b. 1982) is a Singaporean music educator, choral enthusiast, conductor, vocologist and composer. Tham graduated from the Kodály Institute of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music Budapest with a M.A. in Kodály Music Pedagogy in 2017. Tham is expected to complete his D.M.A in Choral Music, from the University of Southern California, in 2025. His field work includes choral music, music teaching and learning, vocology and composition.


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