IASAS Senior Musicians on Music After High School

SAS is home to students with various different passions. Glancing around the classroom, it’s hard to tell which student is on their way to having their art displayed in the MET, or perform at Carnegie Hall.

Having been enrolled in the SAS music department for 7 years now, I was curious to see some of my fellow musicians reflect on their experience with music throughout the past 4 years, as well as their plans on pursuing their talents in university.

Featuring IASAS senior band musician Ernest Wang and IASAS senior choral musician Sandrina Sitohang, SAS Eye reporter Anyu Ching explores their reflections on music before graduation.

Author: Anyu Ching

Anyu Ching is currently a senior in high school, and this is her third year as a reporter for The Eye. This year, she joins the staff as the Editor-in-Chief. Anyu was born in Singapore, but grew up in Tokyo, Japan, and spends most of her time flying back and forth between the two. Some of her hobbies include rewatching How I Met Your Mother for the seventh time, listening to The Strokes and rating coffees. Although she prefers phone calls, she can always be contacted at ching41287@sas.edu.sg.

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