Olivia Ong is scheduled to perform live on 22 October 2021, 8pm at Capitol Theatre for AL!VE VOL 15: Olivia Ong王俪婷「Heart to Heart花言心语」.
花言 (huā yán) is a pun on the word "flower". There are many different types of flowers, and each flower has its own scent and feeling when you smell them. Just like songs and music, each one represents a different emotion or a significant memory. The songs that Olivia will be singing, help to remind us of all those special moments! Olivia will take you on an intimate heart-to-hear...
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29 Sep 2021, 9am
29 Sep 2021, 10am
English and Mandarin
Approximately 1 hour 30 minutes, no interval
- Rating: General
- For admission into the show/venue, patrons must hold on to a valid ticket
- Fans must have the TraceTogether App/Token for SafeEntry check-in
- Proof of fully vaccinated status or a negative PET result will be required for fans to attend the concert
- No photography and videography are allowed for this event
- No consumption of food and beverages are allowed in the venue
- No entry for infants in arm and children below 3 years old
- Children 3 years old and above must have a valid ticket for entry
- Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult
Olivia Ong 王俪婷
Known for her smooth, mellow vocals and sassy bossa nova tunes, Olivia Ong's music journey took off in Japan where she met some of her earlier influences that shaped her multicultural approach to music. Meeting and working alongside Brazilian and Japanese-Brazilian musicians based in Tokyo opened her eyes to a wide range of South American music styles, from samba to bossa nova. Since then, she has gone on to release both Mandarin and English albums featuring a creative mix of styles. Best known for the hit theme song《如燕》, the hugely popular local Chinese drama series The Little Nyonya, as well as her popular album Romance single《海枯石烂》which won the Top 20 hits award at the 2012 Global Chinese Music Awards, Olivia has also carved out a pop music career in Taiwan, clinching several awards along the way.
Her self-penned song You and Me (music by Dick Lee) from her debut English album Olivia Ong won the Top Local English Pop Song award at the COMPASS Awards in 2012, the same year she sang the National Day Parade theme song Love at First Light. She bagged the Outstanding Regional Artiste title at the Global Chinese Music Awards in 2012 and was named music ambassador that same year, the second Singapore artiste to be appointed the role. The following year, she clinched the Outstanding Regional Artiste award in the Singapore Hit Awards.
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