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Thursday, April 02, 2009

Cathedral Choir of The Risen Christ (Singapore)

Probably the best Church Choir in Singapore;
Definitely the best Catholic Choir in Singapore.

Info at this website:

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Info from the above website links:
The Risen Christ Choir was established by its Founder-Director, Peter Low in 1970. It served as the Resident Choir at the Parish of the Risen Christ in Toa Payoh, Singapore for 32 years. Locally, the Choir has been called upon on several occasions to perform at State organised functions. It has also performed internationally in Llangollen (Wales), Honolulu, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Paris, London, Lucerne, Lourdes, Barcelona, Madrid, Jerusalem, Bethelem, Tokyo, Nagoya, Kagoshima, Tokushima, Nishio, Perth, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila and Rome where they sang for Pope John Paul II in 1985 and 1997. The Choir was officially installed as the Cathedral Choir in Apr 2003 and has integrated social work and the promotion of international relations through music in its agenda.It currently has seven albums under the WEA label to its credit.

Key Elements ~ Acappella Group


Formed in 2001, Key Elements is made up of four guys and two gals, all of whom were former members of well-known groups like IN-A-CHORD, bcoz and Impromptu.Brought together by a love of singing, especially the really old-school stuff by Gershwin, Porter, et al, Key Elements has had the honour of performing at The Esplanade, Singapore's premier performing arts centre, a number of times. The group was part of the Singapore Arts Festival fringe in 2006, and was runner-up at the 2004 Sing-Sing Choral Ensemble Competition in Taipei, Taiwan. Key Elements is also available for corporate events.

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TAS ~ The Acappella Society

Studio + Office:
51 Waterloo Street #02-04

Singapore 187969
+65 9647 6856



Website Info:
Founded by Mrs Angelina Choo-Sassarak, TAS ~ The A Cappella Society is Singapore's leading resource centre for a cappella happenings! They view a cappella singing as an art form which cosmopolitan Singaporeans would ultimately find both whetting and fulfilling. Apart from being extremely portable and economical, it also encourages each individual to explore a variety of performance techniques which include Singing techniques (pop and contemporary together with classical and musical theatre), Stage Performance, Solo Delivery, Group Ensemble, Arrangement Writing, Composition, Choreography, Vocal Instrumentation, Vocal Percussion, Staging, Sound, Lighting Techniques, Group Management and Concert Management. In view of propagating a well-equipped and knowledgeable community of A Cappella singers, they hope their programmes will inspire you!

Information Available on all things Acappella in singapore:
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Budak Pantai ~ Acappella Group


Acappella Sounds ~ Website


Created & motivated with the passion for a cappella music, the A Cappella S.O.U.N.D.S blog was set up to bring the latest news on Singapore's a cappella music scene to enthusiasts or even one who may be unfamiliar with this genre of using just the VOICE. Did you know that the VOICE can be an instrument in which we can communicate music? In this form of communication, one can sing in various styles of barbershop, choral, doo-wop, gospel, jazz, pop, R&B etc., even scatting, vocal percussion and beat boxing. Such is the versatility of the VOICE.

TAS Youth Voices


TAS Youth Voices = The Acappella Society ~ Youth Voices.

Info from website:
TAS Youth Voices is a youth group with teens from 13-18 years of age. You may have witnessed some of our performances at various locations or events. We are a training ground for a cappella enthusiasts alike.We provide free training in singing a cappella (which includes harmony singing and solo delivery as well) and also do lots of performance and stage craft. We also allow potential singers to perform at various events and locations; great for your personal portfolio!We usually rehearse on Saturdays at the TAS Home @ Telok Ayer Performing Arts Centre (Cecil street, tanjong pagar mrt). Rehearsals are going on now for the Christmas season at 2pm every Saturday (time subject to change). Feel free to drop by for a visit and perhaps join us in some joyful a cappella music making.

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Tough Times Dont Last; Fundamentals Do


Tough Times Dont Last; Fundamentals Do.
~ Channel NewsAsia, Seminar Title