Imagine bright, tinkling sounds in perfect harmony filling the air as your guests enter the reception. The sounds of the harp have always been described as angelic and heavenly, and guarantee to elevate your event to a new level of elegance.
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Karen has been learning the harp since the age of 4. She is currently enrolled in the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts School Of Music, majoring in harp performance, under the tutelage of Ms Huang Yu-Hsin. Some of her achievements include being the first Singaporean to be a Finalist in the Emerging Artist (up to 19) category in the Young Artist Harp Competition 2016, held in Georgia, USA. Karen has been performing for weddings and corporate events since the age of 8. At present, she is the resident harpist at The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore.[ more about Karen.. ]
Magdalene was the resident harpist of various hotels in Singapore. An experienced educator with a private studio and an instructor for schools, she is also a veteran performer for weddings and events, with an extensive repertoire of self-arranged pieces.[ more about Magdalene.. ]
Charmaine graduated from School of The Arts, Singapore in 2013 and is currently studying under Gulnara Mashurova at Yong Siew Toh conservatory. In June 2009, Charmaine joined Rave Harps, a harp ensemble under Ms Katryna Tan. Since then, Charmaine has participated in a variety of performances. Among the performances include the Opening Item of CHILDAID 2009 at the premier concert of Resort World Sentosa, Young Harpists Concert 2010, the Acenis International Harp Festival 2012 (France) and the World Harp Congress 2014 (Sydney).[ more about Charmaine.. ]
Singaporean harpist Charity Kiew has represented Singapore in regional and international harp festivals – Asian Harp Festival (2008), Camac Harp Festival (2012) and the Singapore-Malaysian Harp Festival (2010). In addition, she competed in the Wales Harp competition and the Singapore-Malaysia Harp competition in 2010, where she won joint second place (in which no first was awarded). In addition, she freelances with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra.[ more about Charity.. ]
Mifiona began learning the harp at the age of nine and was a member of the Singapore National Youth Orchestra (SNYO) from 2003 to 2009. Throughout her membership in the SNYO, Mifiona was under the tutelage of Gulnara Mashurova, Principal Harpist of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. In 2010, Mifiona was selected as the harpist for the Asian Youth Orchestra (AYO), where she performed in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Vietnam and Thailand. She was invited to perform in the AYO again in 2011, in Singapore and Malaysia.[ more about Mifiona.. ]