The all-familiar scene of a solo pianist working his magic on the black & white keys of a grand piano, strategically placed in the middle of a posh hotel lobby or foyer. Or bring the soothing sounds of a piano into the ballroom with a portable keyboard. Classical, pop, ballads or jazz – this versatile instrument is suitable for all genres.
Award-winning composer/Jazz-pianist Tze Toh writes for film, contemporary dance, and multi-disciplinary projects.
He has performed for the ASEAN Jazz festival series, IMEX (Indonesia Music Expo), Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Journey of the Youth Olympic Flame 2010 (Singapore Showcase, Auckland), MOSAIC music festival, and official opening of Singapore’s iconic Gardens by the Bay in 2012, UN Women Singapore’s SNOW 2012 Gala dinner and most recently YAMAHA/BOSENDORFER Singapore’s Grand Piano fair. [ more about Tze.. ]
Matthew (Jazz / Pop)
Fresh off the third Asian tour with American Youtube artist David Choi, Matthew has been busy accompanying local singers like Serene Koong, Dawn Wong, Renny Goh, Tay Kexin and Shimona Kee with his effervescent personality oozing with groovy gravy. All evidence of his classical music background is well hidden behind the funky beats and infectious grooves laid down to today’s 4-chord winning-formula songs. Don’t expect Matthew to play your favourite songs the way you know them – playing the same stuff the same way every night isn’t the way to go for a kid who was bouncing off walls way before ADHD was made official.
June (Pop / Ballads)
June has been performing regular piano solo gigs and weddings since 1999 at various malls and hotels in Singapore such as Orchard Paragon, Marina Mandarin and Conrad Centennial among others. Her specialty is in Korean / Japanese movie / drama soundtracks, on top of a repertoire consisting of English pop ballads and Mandarin pop and oldies.
Wei Yuan (Classical)
In 2006, Wei Yuan was admitted a Licentiate in Piano Performance by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, where he was also the joint top scorer in the South-East Asia region. He has enjoyed an extensive performing history over the course of his studies in Raffles Junior College and Singapore Management University, and was a semi-finalist in the National Piano & Violin Competition (Piano, Senior Category) in 2005. He also placed third in the Young Pianist Competition (Open Category) in 2006. [ more about Wei Yuan.. ]
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