Celebrate creativity and musical self-expression!
Be part of the first Youth Olympic Games taking place
right here in Singapore in August 2010!
You will be a part of history in the making….
A song project that celebrates creativity, self-expression and lets you unleash your talents.
It is open to everyone (regardless of race, age or nationality), individuals and/or teams.
Songs can be written in English, Chinese, Malay, Indian and/or any other languages
(translation of lyrics will be required for non-English songs to facilitate judging).
Lyrics should celebrate Olympism and the Olympic values of Excellence, Friendship and
The song is expected to last for 3-5 minutes. There are also no restrictions on the music
Our judges will look out for:
(a) Lyrical meaning (relevance to Singapore 2010 or the Olympic values of Excellence,
Friendship and Respect)
(b) Fit of music composition to the lyrics; and
(c) Overall ‘feel’ of the song
Vocal quality of the performance will not be a veto factor.
Shortlisted songs may be played at Singapore 2010-related events. Your songs may also do
their rounds on various new media platforms.
Winning entries stand a chance to win these prizes –
First prize: $1000 and trophy
Second prize: $800 and trophy
Third prize: $500 and trophy
Merit Prize (x2): $250 and trophy
Song writers are invited to submit their entries (song lyrics and the finished song product)
by 10 December 2009.
Successful entries will be notified by the end of December 2009 or early January 2010, and
will be invited for performances at the Community Life Arts Programme (CLAP!) organised
by the Central Singapore CDC.
Semi-finals is on 5 February 2010 and Finals on the 5 March 2010.
Street CLAP! @ Far East Plaza
All entries will have to be submitted online at www.singsingapore2010.nyc.sg
There will be a web link to upload your song - simply follow the instructions there. All
entries must reach the competition organisers by 10 December 2009. Late entries may not
be considered for the competition.
For general inquires, please contact:
Brought to you by
Singapore Youth Olympic Games Organising Committee
In celebration of
Singapore Youth Olympic Games