Since its birth in 1989, NTU CAC Choir has entertained local and international audiences. The choir is remarkably cosmopolitan, comprised of individuals who share a passion for music and singing. This love for music is shared with local audiences through the choir’s annual concert, Cantemus (English: “To sing”).
Other than singing choral music, the NTU CAC Choir also sings a variety of other music genres, ranging from a capella, modern, to pop. These songs are performed on many different occasions, such as during the carolling season in December, school performances, and external events.
Individuals who share a passion for singing are welcome to join the NTU CAC Choir at any time.
- Singapore Tshwane 2018 – 10th World Choir Games
- Gold Medal, Category C23 Pop Choirs (Champions Category)
- Silver Medal, Category C6 University and College Choirs (Champions Category)
- 4th Singapore international Choral Festival (Gold diploma and Category Champion, category B2 25 years and below)
- 3rd Singapore International Choral Festival (Silver Diploma for Mixed Voices, 25 years and below)
- Linz, Austria
5th Int. Anton Bruckner Choir Competition and Festival (Champions for the Mixed Category and two Gold Diplomas)
- Singapore International Choral Festival (Gold Diploma for the Under 25 Category)
- Krakow, Poland
4th International Krakow Festival (1st Prize for the Folklore Category, 2nd Prize for the Mixed Choirs category, and our resident conductor, Mr Yong Chee Foon, was awarded a Distinction for Conductor award)
- Olomouc, Czech Republic
36th Festival of Songs (Champions of the Folksong Category
- Xiamen, China
World Choir Games 2006 (Two Gold Diplomas and two Silver Medals)
- Genting, Malaysia
International Choral Festival 2004 (Two Silver Awards)
1930 – 2200
1930 – 2200
Goh Jia Ying, Christabel (Chairperson)
Tan Yie Ern Nicholas (Vice-Chairperson)