MOV.ensemble

From friends to colleagues! It has been a lot of joy working with these guys over the last semester in Amsterdam. We had the opportunity to play in a masterclass with the famous Apollo Saxophone Quartet . I am looking forward to more projects and choreography;-) to come in the following year! Line up of MOV.ensemble: Soprano Saxophone: Deborah Witteveen (The Netherlands) Alto Saxophone: Michellina Chan (Singapore) Tenor Saxophone: Jos Baggermans (The Netherlands) Baritone Saxophone: Mateusz Pusiewicz (Poland) Continue reading MOV.ensemble

Xin Saxophone Duo in Concert

Our Story: Xin Saxophone Duo, a subset of Xin Saxophone Quartet, was formed in 2016 by two leading professional saxophonists in Singapore. Xin Saxophone Duo had their debut on Singapore’s influential Mediacorp Channel 8 television program, Star Awards 2016. Notable performances includes performances at the 6th Singapore Saxophone Symposium and at a lecture-recital, at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, entitled Paganini Lost and Found. As a duo, they have travelled to Thailand to take part in the Asia Pacific Saxophone Academy 2016. They hope to share their passion for chamber music by making it accessible to all. Xin Saxophone … Continue reading Xin Saxophone Duo in Concert

Melbourne Trip

Performance count: 3 in 3 days. Started off with a performance at Up Your Alley Chamber Music Festival. It was a project presented by the Melbourne Philharmonia Project, spearheaded by the legendary Luke Carbon. Picture of us (Credit: Luke Carbon). It was cold, windy and wet but still a great turn out of people! Xin Saxophone Duo (comprising of members: Alexis Seah and myself) played Steven Galante’s Sax Sounds III (Diminishing Returns). The next day, we teamed up with saxophonists from Melbourne, Joseph Lallo and Emily Clarke for a concert at Melba Hall, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. We performed Philippe … Continue reading Melbourne Trip

Paganini Lost and Found: The Origins and Impact of Caprice No. 24

Throwback to 14th of September, we were invited to perform as part of a lecture/recital at NAFA for The Philharmonic Orchestra’s concert, Lutosławski Tonight! This trio comprises of myself (saxophone), Alexis Seah (saxophone) and Jessica Leong (piano); we performed Jun Nagao’s … Continue reading Paganini Lost and Found: The Origins and Impact of Caprice No. 24