A Singapore Artistic Landmark with a story

The ‘art-mosphere’ of Singapore is personified by the neo-classical outlines of the Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall. Erected during the British colonial era during the 19th century, the two-building centre with its iconic clock tower is the home of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra after much-needed renovation work was completed in 1979.
The Grand Dame of the performing art has been enlisted as a National Monument inside the Singapore administration and is earmarked to truly add value to an evening of music, dance, musicals and public events.

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