Light of a Million Mornings
The Vocal Consort is proud to present the world premiere of Ken Steven’s ‘Magnificat’, and ‘Remember’ by our very own member, Seow Mao Yu. For the first time in Asia, we will be also be premiering Latvian composer Ēriks Ešenvalds’ ‘Trees’ and ‘I Have Loved Hours at Sea’.
Following The Vocal Consort’s recent victory as Grand Prize winner at the A Voyage of Songs International Choral Festival 2017, we will also be presenting our winning pieces, such as Rangga Aristo Kulas’ ‘Dies Irae’ and Shui Jiang Tian’s ‘催咚催’.
Venue: Victoria Concert Hall
Date: 10 March 2018 (Sat)
Ticket price: $25 (free seating)
Professor Nelson Kwei, the premier choral director of Singapore, is an international acclaimed conductor, conservatorium lecturer, editorial advisor, international adjudicator, music arranger and vocal clinician in the music scene. He is a Fellow from the London College of Music, has a Licentiate in singing from the Guildhall School of Music and Advance Post-Graduate in Choral Conducting from the Royal Academy of Music (London).
Foong Hak Luen, Masters in Choral Conducting (Magna Cum Laude) from the University of St. Joseph, Fellowship in Choral Conducting from London College of Music and Associate in Voice from the Trinity College of London. He is the only choral conductor in Singapore to have choirs attained the Gold with Honours Awards at the Primary, Secondary and Junior College level.
Kane Teo Yude is a Classical Vocalist, Voice Coach and Choir Conductor. Kane was first introduced to choral music at the age of 17. Singing with the Anderson Junior College and The Vocal Consort under renowned conductor Mr. Nelson Kwei, Kane has achieved numerous awards