Justin Goh is a choral conductor, music arranger, and festival director. At the young age of 21, he had already conducted for numerous international events and competitions, including the 2010 Youth Olympic Games Opening Ceremony. He also led Victoria Chorale to clinch the overall Grand Prize at Manado Cantat 2018. He is one of the youngest recipients of the ‘Most Promising Conductor’ award at A Voyage of Songs - International Choral Festival.
As a music arranger, Justin’s works are published on MUZIKSEA and Sheet Music Plus. He endeavours to make choral music more accessible for performers both young and old, through arrangements ranging from traditional folksongs to popular music.
Justin is also festival director in Choral Moments, the team that brings international choral experiences to Singapore. He plays pivotal roles in the Treble Voices Festival, Sing Lah! community outreach programme, Meet The Maestro workshops, and Voices In Harmony concerts. These programmes provide learning opportunities for both choristers and conductors.
Under the tutelage of vocal teacher Mr Thomas Kuek, Justin attained a Distinction in Singing at the Associate Diploma level from Trinity College London (ATCL).