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Spectrum Colin Currie Group and Sy...
“This recording of Steve Reich’s percussion epic is thunderously exciting, thrusting us into the action.”– The Times, Mar 2018"Colin Currie Group's own recording, honed through long performance practice, brings you into a magic circle where every impact is precisely heard, every overtone burnished."– BBC Music Magazine, Jun 2018"An alluring blend of sonorities…The percussionists and the wordless voices of Synergy Vocals alike come across with a vivid presence."– Financial Times, Apr 2018"The Colin Currie Group’s performance is nothing short of a powerhouse...a visceral thrill: epic, cathartic, and (perhaps especially for pure percussion music) profoundly touching"– Arts Fuse, Apr 2018"A Drumming for this decade – and probably a few to come, too."– Editor's Choice, Gramophone, Apr 2018Hailed by Steve Reich as “one of the greatest musicians in the world today” (Herald Scotland), the Colin Currie Group, together with Synergy Vocals, bring their “thunderously exciting” (The Times) version of Steve Reich’s seminal work Drumming to Singapore in their first-ever live performance in Southeast Asia.Colin Currie Group is a virtuosic ensemble that specialises in the music of Steve Reich. Their performances of Reich’s music have been hailed by the composer as “the best I’ve ever heard” (Tehillim, Tokyo 2017).Led by Colin Currie (“the world’s finest and most daring percussionist” – Spectator), the handpicked group was formed in 2006 for a performance of Drumming at the BBC Proms to celebrate the 70th birthday of Steve Reich. Since then, they have expanded their repertoire to include many of Reich’s most popular works, including Music for 18 Musicians, Tehillim and Music for Pieces of Wood and are privileged to have the frequent presence of the composer when rehearsing and performing these works.The group’s highly anticipated recording of Drumming was released on Colin Currie Records in Spring 2018 after a successful Kickstarter campaign to raise funds, fully supported by Steve Reich who said “it will be, I am sure, the best recording of Drumming ever made”.The Colin Currie Group has appeared in concert at major halls and festivals worldwide, having made their international debut at Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall in 2012 and their European debut at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam. Recently, the group went on to give three performances of Reich’s music at the Louis Vuitton Foundation, Paris at the request of the composer himself. They will be joined by singers from Synergy Vocals, a vocal group specialising in close-microphone singing and often associated with the music of Steve Reich, John Adams, Louis Andriessen, Steven Mackey and Luciano Berio.ProgrammeReich: Music for Pieces of WoodReich: Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ (performed with Synergy Vocals)Reich: Drumming (performed with Synergy Vocals)
蔡小虎劲歌金曲演唱会 Best of Cai Xiao Hu Conc...
Taiwan King of Hokkien songs Cai Xiao Hu 蔡小虎 is back again to woo his audiences with his golden hits for a one night only concert at the Resorts World Theatre Sentosa. Cai Xiao Hu established his successful singing career after winning in the popular Taiwan Singing Competition 五灯奖 in 1991. He has released more than 30 Hokkien albums with hit songs such as 春夏秋冬, 爱情炉丹, 买醉的人, 今生最爱的人, 疼你若生命, 一生只有你 and more. Circle the date on your calendar and get up close and personal with this great singer for an unforgettable night of great songs.
10th Anniversary Concert 2018
Celebrate with us ! At our 10th anniversary concert , on Sunday 11th November, 2018. An afternoon of spectacular Music and Dance. Presented by our Teachers & Students.
Kalaa Utsavam - Indian Festival of ...
“Vishaal Sapuram might be quiet, but his fingers do all the talking for him.”-The HinduTexas-born music prodigy Vishaal Sapuram first encountered the chitravina at the age of six when his parents took him to an N. Ravikiran concert in Chennai. What started out as a family vacation led to two decades of mastering the rare and exquisite instrument. Young Vishaal had been so struck by the mesmerisingly rich and smooth tones of the chitravina that he resolved to become Ravikiran’s disciple despite the distance, and he hasn’t looked back since. The chitravina, an ancient 20 or 21-string lute also referred to as the gotuvadyam, resembles a veena (slide lute) without frets and sounds like a combination of the veena and a violin. Some believe that it inspired the Hawaiian slide guitar.The deep resonating sounds and melodious tones that it produces make it suited for presenting all facets of Indian music. However, the absence of frets, as well as the great control players must exercise given the way it is played (the right hand plucks while the left sustains and renders microtones using a plectrum or teflon), makes it particularly challenging to master, and only a handful of musicians around the world today play it.Today, the 28-year-old Vishaal is one of the rare few making headway with the chitravina. His achievements include inventing a new raga (musical scale) with his guru Ravikiran called vishweshwarapriya, receiving the blessings of the late Ravi Shankar, being an A-Grade artist for All India Radio, and winning awards and accolades over the years. Having started teaching at age 10, he also travels the world to give lectures, demonstrations, workshops and classes.Don’t miss this chance to catch Vishaal in action with his chitravina accompanied by R Raghul on the violin, N C Bharadwai on the mridangam and S Krishna on the ghatam.For more details about Kalaa Utsavam 2018, visit www.esplanade.com/kalaautsavam
Kalaa Utsavam - Indian Festival of ...
There are different kinds of women in the Indian community, and they are all superwomen. Superwomen don’t have it perfect; they have responsibilities to manage, careers to juggle, generations to bring up and cultural values to uphold. Is it possible to have it all? Maybe. Meet Malini, Shri, Aunty Sunita and Disco Sheela. They come from all walks of life and are great at what they do. They also represent all these possibilities for an Indian woman. Which of the four will you relate to? Whose life and dreams will resonate with you most?Following 2017’s rib-tickling Sharul weds Sharul, actress and stand-up comedian Sharul Channa returns with yet another hilarious one-woman show. This time, she plays strong and colourful female characters who each has her own struggle, but makes it all look easy. Directed by Kumar and featuring flautist Raghavendran Rajasekaran*, Disco Sheela and other Indian Superwomen celebrates each and every woman who is a superwoman in her own way.*Due to unforeseen scheduling issues, pianist Anil Srinivasan will no longer be performing for Disco Sheela and other Indian Superwomen.For more details about Kalaa Utsavam 2018, visit www.esplanade.com/kalaautsavam
Kalaa Utsavam - Indian Festival of ...
Hailing from a lineage of five generations of sitar players, Niladri Kumar is a world renowned and global icon. Under the guidance, and numerous years of training from his Father and guru pandit Kartick Kumar, Niladri went on to revolutionise the style of sitar-playing and invented his own instrument, which he coined the zitar. He was the first to go electric. Niladri is hailed as a serious exponent of Indian music who has a youth appeal.It has been his constant endeavor to increase the interest and respect for this traditional art form in the younger generation, by making it accessible to them in a form they are more familiar with and better attuned to.Today, critics have praised his mastery of the sitar and his swiftness and magical ability to produce soul-stirring compositions which has earned him the nickname “Asian Hendrix”. Niladri leaves every music lover, orthodox or progressive, spellbound at his performances. Joining him in this concert are Satyajit Talwalkar on the tabla, Agnelo Fernandes on the keyboard, and Shikhar Naad Qureshi on percussion. The concert showcases his slick ability to play the sitar and zitar.For more details about Kalaa Utsavam 2018, visit www.esplanade.com/kalaautsavam
Limelight 2018 by Nan Chiau High S...
The Nan Chiau High School (NCHS) Choir was formed in 2001 with a vision of developing students with the passion for choral singing while, at the same time, providing a platform to discover and nurture students’ musical talents. Today, the NCHS Choir stands firm in her belief in raising the standards of choral singing and has since embarked on a rich and eventful journey.The choir has been actively participating in school and public performances such as the Annual Speech Day, Biannual Arts Festival, as well as the school musical Equilibrium. The choir has also participated in overseas competitions and clinched Gold Awards in the 21st Century International Choral Festival cum Competition 2007 and Winter Choral Festival 2010. Locally, the choir has been awarded Gold and Certificate of Distinction for the Singapore Youth Festival since 2007.Choral music is the core of the choir's humanity, it is their sense of community and souls. With choral music, they will uncover the many facets of the human spirit and reconnect with the soul—from deep spirituality of sacred music, to the raw energy of Hungarian folksong, to the enchanting glow of Scandinavian music, to the glorious majesty of 21st-century film music, to the fun and frivolity of children game songs of Taiwan and Japan.Tonight, the NCHS Choir wishes to take you on an odyssey over time and space through choral music from 4 continents—Europe, Asia, and North and South America. In this epic journey through different genres of music, they will explore sacred music from the European masters such as Gabriel Faure and Benjamin Britten; they will uncover the charm of various European and Asian folk music; and they will also give you a glimpse of jazz and a touch of pop. The NCHS Choir aim to transport you from the sunny shores of Singapore to the bitter cold of Lapland in Finland, from the present to the Romantic Era and back to the 21st century.In tonight’s concert, you can look forward to the soothing sounds of the classics such as Cantique de Jean Racine by Gabriel Faure, and familiar favourites such as Home by Dick Lee. You will also be thrilled by the rhythms of South America in Salmo 150 by Ernani Aguiar. Come join the NCHS Choir tonight and reunite with your soul through music as they celebrate our humanity through song!Bringing the arts to communities in need through Limelight Half of the ticket proceeds will go toward supporting Esplanade’s community engagement programmes which bring the arts to at-risk youth, the elderly, people with special needs and other underserved communities.
Jordan Rudess - Bach To Rock: A Mus...
LAMC Productions is excited to announce that virtuoso musician/composer Jordan Rudess, of Grammy Nominated band, Dream Theatre, will bring his solo piano performance tour, BACH TO ROCK: A MUSICIAN’S JOURNEY to Singapore, on Nov 19, 2018 at UCC Theatre, NUS!Voted “Best Keyboardist of All Time” (Music Radar Magazine), Rudess’ solo concert will travel through his fascinating musical journey – how a young Juilliard piano prodigy destined for a classical music career evolved into a keyboard rock star phenomenon.“Calling Jordan Rudess a legend is an understatement.” -- Keyboard MagazineJordan Rudess is best known as the keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire for platinum-selling Grammy- nominated prog rock band, Dream Theater. He trained at the world-renowned Juilliard School of Music, where he first studied as a child prodigy at age nine. As a teen, he defected to synthesizers in a classic act of rock ’n’ roll rebellion. In 1994, Keyboard readers voted him “best new talent,” and since then has become the universally acknowledged heir to the shredding throne of such prog-rock royalty as Keith Emerson and Rick Wakeman. He is renowned for his unique fusion of classical technique and influences with rock sensibilities. In addition to playing in Dream Theater, Jordan has worked with a wide range of artists including David Bowie, Jan Hammer, Enrique Iglesias, the Paul Winter Consort, Annie Haslam, LMR, his side project with Tony Levin and Marco Minneman, Liquid Tension Experiment, Steven Wilson, Aviv Geffen, the Dixie Dregs, Rod Morgenstein, and Tony Williams, among others. Jordan’s interest in state-of-the-art keyboard controllers and music apps are another area of his career in which he has achieved success.“Jordan Rudess has journeyed from the depths of tradition to the ever-expanding outer limits of musical possibility, inviting listeners along for the ride. The results are, unsurprisingly, consistently beyond world-class.” -- The Musical Melting Pot Jordan owns the successful App development company Wizdom Music, creators of award-winning apps such as MorphWiz, SampleWiz, and Geo Synthesizer. Wizdom Music’s latest app, GeoShred, was created in collaboration with moForte, founding members of Stanford University’s Sondius team. For more: jordanrudess.com wizdommusic.com.
Saint Marc Children’s Choir an even...
The Saint Marc Children’s Choir (PCSM: Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint-Marc) from Lyon, France, is well known for performing and singing in the movie “Les Choristes”. We will be presenting PCSM on November 20 and 21 at the Victoria Concert Hall. The concerts will also feature the talented young oboist – Singapore’s very own Quek Jun Rui.In addition to classical songs, the choristers will present several Oscar-winning Disney songs, and seasons favourites to the Singaporean audiences. Songs include “When you wish upon a star” from Pinocchio, “Colors of the Wind” from Pocahontas, “Can you feel the love tonight” from The Lion King and “Let it go” from Frozen. Many of the songs will be sung in French and, while the melodies will be familiar to the audiences, the French lyrics will add a different dimension in the enjoyment of the repertoires. The songs were re-arranged with solos and beautiful harmonies to delight adults and children alike.
Kalaa Utsavam - Indian Festival of ...
“Few bands in the contemporary indie scene in the country have been able to sustain that momentum, transcending language barriers, on the back of just that one album as haveAvial.”-The HinduThere is nothing quite like the music Avial makes. Just a decade ago at a time when the indie rock scene in India was dominated by English-singing groups, the self-styled Kerala-based band made headlines with their genre-bending, moody brand of alternative Malayalam rock, written in their native tongue. Despite language differences in and outside of India, they continue to receive overwhelming responses, evident in the huge turnouts wherever they play.Not many in Indian alternative rock come close to replicating the band’s feat, or have found success producing music that permeates India’s multilingual society with such immediacy and emotional appeal. To their legions of fans all over India and the subcontinent, Avial will always be the band that “shuns all norms” (Rolling Stone India).Since 2003, Avial have been making music together, taking inspiration from a broad swathe of musical influences including electronic, folk and alternative rock, and infusing them with earthy Malayalam poetry on social and political issues. Their self-titled debut, which took four years to produce—and which swept up six awards at the Rolling Stone Jack Daniels Rock Awards in 2009—comprises eight tracks including their most popular singles Nada Nada and Chekele (a cover of a Malayalam folk song). The current line-up features vocalist Tony John, guitarist Rex Vijayan, drummer Mithun Puthenveetil and bassist Binny Isaac. Catch the legendary band as they make their debut in Singapore this November. This year also marks the 10th anniversary of their eponymous debut album. For more details about Kalaa Utsavam 2018, visit www.esplanade.com/kalaautsavam
SLO Children's Concert: Different
'Tis the season for Singapore Lyric Opera Children's Choir to proudly present Different, a celebration of songs that showcase the beauty of being unique.Catch popular classics from musicals like Matilda, James and the Giant Peach, Honk, Seussical as well as The Secret Garden. The evening then culminates in a joyful sing-song of festive favorites such as Winter Wonderland and It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – so be sure to bring your family and friends along to join in the fun!Singapore Lyric Opera Children’s ChoirStage Director Mary Ann TearConductor Rose LohPianist Dale Huang
Visiting Artist Series: Paul Lewis,...
PROGRAMMEBRAHMS7 Fantasies Op. 116HAYDNSonata in C minor Hob XVI: 20IntervalBEETHOVEN7 Bagatelles Op. 33HAYDNSonata in E-flat major Hob XVI: 52ABOUT THE EVENTPaul Lewis continues his exploration of the musical brilliance of Haydn's innovative Sonatas, Beethoven's bagatelles, and Brahms' fantasies.ABOUT PAUL LEWIS‘The pianist combined muscularity, tenderness and intelligence with unshowy dexterity to create interpretations of great insight and power.’ – The GuardianPaul Lewis is internationally regarded as one of the leading musicians of his generation. His numerous accolades include two Edison awards, three Gramophone awards, the Royal Philharmonic Society's Instrumentalist of the Year award, the Diapason d'Or de l'année, The South Bank Show's Classical Music Award, and the Accademia Musicale Chigiana International Prize. In 2016, Mr. Lewis was appointed Commander of the British Empire in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. He holds honorary doctorate degrees from University of Southampton and Edge Hill University.
PESTA TIGA NEGARA 2018
Music; a language of the universe, and what better way to celebrate this form of expression than at a music festival. Pesta Tiga Negara 2018 – or its direct translation “Festival of 3 Countries 2018” – is an 11 hour outdoor music festival which gathers artistes from Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. Organised by local event entrepreneurs Global Entertainment Production.Local performing bands include dynamic quartet The Pinholes - a class act in the vibrant Singapore music scene known for their classic Rock & Roll songs, mopish hairstyles & retro outfits recognise as the “Brown Beatles”, 3-piece alternative rock band Ambassador and the well-known surf punk rockers Force Vomit - recently hit the stage at Baybeats 2018 @ the Esplanade. MOTUS - an acronym for Movement On The Upside – will be the opening act for this festival. MOTUS is a collective of instrumentalists, percussionists and dancers with their own brand of samba funk. The 19-piece Batucada Pop ensemble has also recently performed at the Singapore Night Festival held in late August.As for the Malaysian counterpart, pop/alternative rock bands OAG and Hujan will serenade the audience with their catchy and upbeat tunes. OAG, or “Old Automated Garbage” as what it stands for, was one of the first English language Indie bands in Malaysia to gain huge attention from the mainstream music audience.OAG, celebrating their 26th anniversary this year is one of the biggest acts to rise out of the underground scene with Hujan going through a similar upsurge a decade later. Expectations are naturally high especially for Hujan, the nation’s breakthrough phenomenal Indie outfit whose album sales has exceeded an impressive number of 10,000 units.Indonesia has sent their equally talented artistes to represent the nation for this exemplary event – Jamaican-influenced “krontjong” crew Sir’iyai and Jakarta-based group D’Masiv. Sir’iyai is a Bandung-based ska/reggae pop group with traditional “keroncong” influences noticeably projected in their songs. As for the latter, D’Masiv - the band’s name is frequently associated with other top Indonesian Artistes such as Ungu, Nidji, Noah & Rossa, thanks to the popularity of their songs, they are nominated as best duo / group for “Anugerah Planet Musik 2018, Singapore”This one full day festival is set to be held at the West Coast Park Grand Lawn. One can expect to see people from all walks of life come together – from regular concert & festival goers, travellers, hipsters, youth, local & International students.There will be festival village selling food, beverages, merchandise & the “gram” spots for you! So bring your best buddies and your own mats to find your own space where you rather be.This distinctive showcase of the Asian evergreen Indie / Rock music is a truly an event not to be missed!
'ER HU MASTER' GEORGE GAO SIAN CHA...
Hailed as one of the most exciting, innovative and respected erhu masters today, the Gemini Award nominated erhu master George Gao began studying the erhu at the age of six, a few years later, he won First Prize at the Shanghai Junior Instrumental Soloist Competition and a Silver Medal at the China National Junior Instrumental Soloist Contest in 1982. In 1985, he swept the three highest prizes of the Beijing China National Invitational erhu Competition. In 1999, He won a Recognition Award for his appearance at the 13th World Festival for Young Students in Pyongyang, North Korea.George Gao studied at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.After winning the first prize in the Beijing National Erhu Competition, George Gao launched on a truly international performing career. He toured the US, Canada, France, Germany, Denmark, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China extensively and featured as a soloist with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, Taiwan National Chinese Orchestra, National Arts Center Symphony Orchestra, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and I Musici etc. George Gao has also performed many recitals, including appearances at the Glenn Gould Studio, the Royal Conservatory of Music (Toronto), City Hall Concert Hall (Hong Kong), and the National Concert Hall (Taipei). Billions of people around the world have watched him on CCTV, China's most watched TV station.George Gao is a hot session player, his erhu performance is frequently recorded by many world renowned composers, film, record producers. George is featured in the soundtrack for the popular science fiction television program Earth: Final Conflict, which has been nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music.An enthusiast of many musical styles, George organized the Beijing rock band Red Maple Leaf and the pop group Snowman. In Toronto, he collaborated with many world music artists including Jesse Cook, Donald Quan, Ron Korb and joined many world music ensembles such as Bowfire, Silk Orchestra, George Gao Ensemble and Memento. He has pioneered the development of new music for the erhu, fusing traditional Chinese music with jazz, Western Classical music, New Age, and other ethnic music from different world cultures.As a composer, George Gao has composed music for many films and documentaries. He co-composed with Brian Keane for Bill Moyer's Productions/Lenon Documentary 3 part documentary film Becoming American, the Chinese Experience. In 2006, George Gao has co-composed and recorded the sound tracks for the Oscar winning short documentary The Blood of Yingzhou District. In 2010, The Warriors of Qiugang, another short documentary which George Gao has co-composed and recorded, has nominated by an Oscar again. George Gao is also a songwriter who has a few hit songs in China. He has written many erhu works including Capriccio for Erhu, which was designated as compulsory work for the final round of the 2002 International Dragon Cup Erhu Competition and Erhu Capriccio No. 2 - Mongolian Fantasy, which was designated as compulsory work for the final round of the 2008 Shanghai Spring Festival International Erhu Competition and 2011 Taipei Chinese Instrumental Competition for Erhu.
Limelight 2018 by Paya Lebar Metho...
The passionate Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Secondary) Choir, also known as One Voice, has been contributing actively to the vibrant cultural life of the school and external organisations. The all-girls youth choir has been actively participating in choral workshops, festivals, competitions and performances during festivities like Christmas and Chinese New Year.As a mark of its excellent choral programme, the choir consistently receives recognition at the Singapore Youth Festival by achieving Gold Awards in 2005, 2009 and 2011. In 2013, the choir was selected by the President's and Prime Minister's Office to perform at the National Day Observance Ceremony in the Istana.under the choral direction and leadership of their conductor, Ms Choy Siew Woon, the choir received a Certificate of Distinction at the Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation in 2013, 2015 and 2017.This year, One Voice debuts at Limelight in 2018 with Songs of Innocence and Joy, a whimsical programme of choral works from all around the world. The concert culminates in a collaboration between the choir and the PLMGS Harp Ensemble, in Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols, ushering in the Advent season! Bringing the arts to communities in need through Limelight Half of the ticket proceeds will go toward supporting Esplanade’s community engagement programmes which bring the arts to at-risk youth, the elderly, people with special needs and other underserved communities.
RUSSIAN NATIONAL MUSICAL DAY IN SIN...
It is the 50th anniversary of the Russia-Singapore relations.This is the first time leading Russian orchestras pulling together to perform in front of the Singaporean audience.This is Moscow Suvorov Military Orchestra named after Lieutenant-General V. Khalilov representing the greatest musical minds of Moscow Suvorov Military Music College. It is internationally recognized as Russia’s most distinguished military band and orchestra. The central training band wing of the college plays not only in Russia, but also in military tattoo events in Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy, England, Poland, and the Czech Republic. It has been a regular participant in the Spasskaya Tower military tattoo festival since 2006.This is Military Band Service of the National Guard of Russia best known for its annual performance at the Victory Day. Not only it performs military band music but usually also popular Russian and foreign jazz music, as well as pop music. Since its inception, the band has provided musical accompaniment for important social and political, cultural and large-scale public events, such as wreath-laying ceremonies, reception of foreign delegations, review of troops, and military music festivals.Also, special choreographic guest is invited to dazzle the audience with the Russian long-standing traditions that are famous all over the world and that allure millions of people to come to the heart of Russia – Moscow and visit its theatres.The orchestras’ wide ranging programmes combine great orchestral and operatic classics with significant music of the 21st century.Come and experience one evening of Russian musical talents performing together.
SETTS presents SETTS #8
The Southeastern Ensemble for Today's and Tomorrow's Sounds (SETTS) returns with anexciting concert celebrating female composers from both Austria and Singapore. Six chamber pieces composed by three Austrian and three Singaporean women will be performed and all composers are firmly established in the musical landscape of their countries. With this program we will be commemorating the founding of the Republic of Austria on 12 November 1918 as well as the decision on women’s suffrage by the newly formed Austrian Parliament 100 years ago.Programme:Katharina Klement - Lokus Fokus (extended)Syafiqah Adha Sallehin: Intuition for String QuartetEmily Koh: bridging:isolation for Clarinet, Violin and PianoGabriele Proy: Lavendula Vera for Piano Quintet (Asia Premiere)Diana Soh: For - for Clarinet and PianoJohanna Doderer: from the Piano Trio No.5 Musical Images on the Fairy Tale “Howls Moving Castle” (Singapore Premiere)
Mosaic Music Series ADOY
“10 Korean Indie Bands That Should Be On Your Playlist” - Buzzfeed UKFormed in 2016, ADOY broke into the Korean music scene with its dreamy and upbeat synth pop sound. ADOY's music conjures images of waves, surfing, night walks and a cold beer in your hand. The band released their debut EP CATNIP in 2017 to much acclaim, and their follow-up EP LOVE cemented their reputation. After a successful club tour in England, ADOY will debut their first show in Singapore.
This is my life! Erick Guansing in ...
Erick Guansing is the Champion and also the Overall Winner of “Best of the Best Awards” in Singapore Street Festival 2004. He sang the finale at the 117th IOC Opening Ceremony event that was telecast “live” worldwide in 2005.Erick held his first solo concert shortly after and released his first album Straight From My Heart in early 2006. He is also one of the pioneer members of the group Absolut Encounter, and has performed in various noteworthy gigs islandwide such as NDP Singapore Sings at the Esplanade, Evolution Party at the Arts House, and the Tribute of the Best Awards Ceremony, where he sang ‘You to Me is Everything’ soundtrack from Forever Fever, dedicated to local wunderkind and recipient Glen Goei.Due to popular request, Erick started his own vocal studio. He produces his students’ concert since 2008. Erick has travelled and performed in the 2010 YOG Journey of the Flame Singapore Showcase in Berlin (Germany), Mexico City (Americas), and in Seoul (South Korea). He is a Mentor at Singapore Street Festival and an avid supporter of community projects.
in::music Yokez & Isaac Yong - Wor...
In a world of 7 billion people where everyone has a different perspective, music is the bridge that connects one to all.Join homegrown singer-songwriters Yokez and Isaac as they bring you on a beautiful journey of discovering the ways of this world through their musical perspective at in::music. Expect an evening of ballads and lively numbers, including yet-to-be-released originals from the duo, as well as the premiere of a brand-new song written specially for this showcase.YokezYokez is an independent local singer-songwriter known for her sweet vocals and bubbly personality. The former NUS alum has participated in various songwriting competitions and her original compositions are heavily influenced by her personal experiences as well as those around her. She is also a finalist in SG:SW 2018 | Write The Songs, a nationwide Mandopop songwriting festival. Yokez most recently released her debut EP and her songs have entered various charts including Spotify Top 50 Viral Tracks Malaysia All Genre Chart.https://www.facebook.com/YokezOfficialhttps://www.instagram.com/yokezofficial https://www.youtube.com/user/yokelingggIsaac YongLocal singer-songwriter Isaac Yong’s musical journey started when he was 12 years old, inspired by his neighbour’s piano-playing. A self-taught guitarist, violinist and bassist, the former engineer took the plunge to be a full-time musician and has built his presence through various regular gigs at live music establishments. In 2015, he emerged champion at the NTU Music Xpress Songwriting Competition. His songs are widely streamed on platforms such as YouTube, Spotify and KKbox. Isaac hopes to release more original compositions in the coming months.https://www.facebook.com/isaacyongmusic https://www.instagram.com/isaacyongmusic https://www.youtube.com/user/ImNotFish
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