Founder, Music and Makan
Assistant Manager, Sector Development, National Arts Council
After graduating from the Sistema Fellowship in 2014, Beverly returned to Singapore to join the National Arts Council, the government agency for the promotion of excellence and engagement in the Arts. In her capacity as Assistant Manager of Sector Development (Music), Beverly has had the privilege of contributing to the development of the choral and classical music scenes in Singapore through formulating strategies and policies, building relationships with key stakeholders and grant administration. She was also an integral member of the organizing team for the National Piano and Violin Competition in 2015.
Beverly holds a B.Sc. in Economics (with First Class Honors) from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She previously served as principal cellist of the Singapore National Youth Orchestra and the Orchestra of the Music Makers, a volunteer orchestra with a focus on philanthropy, and also played with the University of London Symphony Orchestra.
Beverly is the founder of Music and Makan, a salon-style concert series in Singapore aimed at growing an appreciation of classical music amongst young professionals by combining performances featuring upcoming young classical musicians and food in a casual and intimate setting.