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Alemay Fernandez

Hailed by TimeOut magazine as one of Singapore's "best-loved entertainers", Alemay Fernandez is a rising star on the Asian jazz scene. In her illustrious 18 year career, she has performed with the likes of The Count Basie Orchestra, Ernie Watts, Gregory Porter, David Foster, Incognito, The Platters' Bobby Soul, William Close & Earth Harp Collective and opened for Laura Fygi & Benny Golson. She has sung for A-listers like Kevin Spacey, Ethan Hawke, Joss Stone, Kurt Elling, Lea Salonga, Paloma Picasso, Serena Williams as well as Presidents & Prime Ministers.Alemay is known for her sultry tone, powerhouse vocals and an onstage presence that keeps the audience eating out of the palm of her hand. Her album.of originals "Hard To Imagine" launched to a sold-out concert at the Esplanade in July 2016 to rave reviews. Since then, she has toured the album in Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Colombo, Hanoi as well as a recent U.S. tour this Summer 2017 where she headlined at the legendary Birdland Jazz Club in NY.When she's not on stage, she's shaping the next generation of vocal performers at Lasalle College Of The Arts and hosting the "All That Jazz" radio programme on Symphony 924fm in Singapore.

Beverly Morata

Equally comfortable in musical genres ranging from jazz ballads to pumping Funk&Soul, Beverly Morata never fails to mesmerise with her powerful vocal stylings and stage presence.She had wowed the crowd in festivals such as the Sunrise Jazz Festival in Kuala Lumpur, MOSAIC music festival and the Singapore International Jazz Festival.She was one of the top 12 Finalists in the first Singapore Idol. Beverly was also active in musicals, being a part of the ensemble cast in Chang & Eng and played the role of Tzietel in Fiddler on the Roof.

Charlene Su

Charlene Su is a vocalist, emcee, digital marketer and model based in Singapore. Born and raised on the sunny city-state, she spent her early years learning to appreciate, love and create art of all art forms, majoring in Vocal Studies at School of the Arts Singapore, before moving on to studying the technicalities of marketing and digital at the National University of Singapore. Her bright, dulcet tones, vocal control and unique musicality led her to clinch the title of runner-up in The Final One Season 2, a local reality TV singing competition filmed in 2015. This allowed her to build a musical career and steady social following over time.

Today, she combines her passions for music, fashion, tech and travel with an accomplished marketing savvy. A freelance vocalist and emcee for weddings, events and the like, she enjoys performing covers as well as her own music for others. Being an artiste, she is also comfortable standing in front of and behind the camera, allowing her to create content for brands. Her extracurricular time is split between travelling, teaching, fitness classes and learning new skills (e.g. coding and yoga).

Chen Xing (陳星)

Musician. Keyboardist. Vocalist. Rockstar. Artiste. Educator. Show Producer. Music Producer

The leader of  home groen Mando/Canto-pop band, Genova Ent. (勁爆.) , Xing (星)’s musical journey started at age 14 with strong influences of Japanese Visual Kei Rock Music. By 17, He auditioned and was accepted into LASALLE College of the Arts, one of the few renowned Arts Colleges in Singapore, and was under the tutelage of renowned Musical Directors Belinda Foo, and also Composer Christine Sham (Session Keyboardist for Stephanie Sun, A-mei, Angela Zhang and many more)Specialising in Mando/Canto-Pop music, Xing (星) has came a long way these 12 years. His unique style and look is easily recognized by most advocates of the Mando/Canto-pop industry in Singapore, where he is know as the “Keyboardist who Sings"Him and his band, Genova Ent. (勁爆.) was featured in Jeff Ng ⿈⾧俊’s 3rd and LATEST SINGLE 習慣 MV, that was released in February 2020.One of the most experienced Mando/Canto-pop artistes in Singapore, engage him for your upcoming event to get a great star-studded performance!

Dawn Wong

Singaporean singer-songwriter Dawn Wong has just released the first original contemporary Mandarin jazz album of its kind in her home city. Pushing her own creative boundaries, Wong took on the roles of producer, writer, artist and maker, for her latest project ‘Marco Lopo’. Tinged with childlike wonder and whimsy, the album was launched with a concert presented by Singapore’s landmark arts centre - the Esplanade - as part of Huayi Chinese Festival of the Arts’ in::music series 2016.In 2007, Wong began her musical journey proper on television singing competition Project Superstar 2, and went on to impress renowned musicians such as Sandee Chan on Taiwan’s Super Idol 5 singing competition. Over the years, Wong developed a name for herself in local circles, earning invitations to perform at the inaugural Spring Wave E-Le Music Awards by Radio Station UFM1003 and Taiwan international music festival Spring Scream, among others. She also developed a taste for jazz, working with and learning from some of Singapore’s most well-regarded names. 

Donnie Chan

Donnie Chan, a versatile veteran of the Mandarin & Cantopop live music scene. The singer of 《有用的人》from the 2002 local hit movie ‘I Not Stupid’ and also the first singer to perform a full Cantonese concert at The Esplanade.

Imelda Teo

Imelda Teo may not own the multitude of shoes that her infamous namesake does, but what she does possess lets her step out on stage with even greater stride and comfort.Her vast experiences from performing in various musical groups as well as singing competitions and commercial recordings, have been instrumental in her growth as a versatile singer. Imelda has matured from a star-struck girl with sensational dreams to the sophisticated songbird who now simply enjoys sharing her passion with an appreciative audience.Imelda’s elegant yet unassuming persona has made her a popular addition at Wedding Celebrations, Corporate Affairs, Private Parties and Public Shows, receiving no less than ovations for her sincere performances. With her clear, soothing yet powerful vocals, Imelda adds her personal touch and finesse to both English and Mandarin, Pop and Jazz tunes alike.Imelda was invited to perform with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra for their Annual Benefit Dinner at The Ritz-Carlton on 16 April 2016, under the baton of SSO Associate Conductor Jason Lai.Languages: English, Mandarin Selected: Hokkien, Cantonese, French, Bahasa Melayu / Indonesian, Japanese, Tagalog Genres: Jazz Standards, Shanghai Jazz, Classics & Evergreens, Contemporary Pop

Jenny Vie

Jenny Vie, powerhouse and a versatile vocalist from Manila. She started singing at the age of 8, joined and won numerous singing contests. She was a defending champion for weeks and a grand finalist to one of the most prestigious singing competition on National Television at a young age of 12. From then onwards, her passion and love for music continued.Now living in Singapore, she has performed in Marina Bay Sands, Fullerton Hotel, Fairmont Hotel, Shangri La Hotel, Tanglin Club, Esplanade Theatre at private and corporate events all over Asia as well as live concerts accompanied by the finest musicians in the industry. Toured 7 Cities in China for the launch of BMW series as a performing artists for 3 consecutive years. She also sang for international celebrities like David Foster, Serena Williams and Lewis Hamilton, local and foreign Government Officials and Dignitaries. And recently sang with the President of the Philippines on his visit to Singapore to a 6,000 audience held at Zepp Bigbox.With her passion, vocal prowess, charm, stage presence and a wide repertoire from various types of music genres. She aims to show that music is beautiful and timeless.

Kaile (凯乐)

Kaile is a Singapore-born singer with many years of singing experience since 2008. A familiar face in the music scene with an extensive repertoire of songs ranging from classics to pop, ballad and R&B with up to 5 languages. Her singing styles are often described as mature and effortless with strong and bright vocal tones.

Kaile since performed widely at weddings, community events and corporate shows and also held residency at MBS Casino Ruby Room and several other live music joints. Her rich experiences have earned her much acclaim from both clients and fellow musicians alike as she naturally converses onstage with the audience.

Mavis Goh (吴⼦子靖)

 Mavis is an outgoing, driven, and occasionally eccentric individual, who possesses fiery passion and enthusiasm for music. She has been keeping herself actively involved in the music scene since a young age, taking part in auditions, competitions, and performances.

Mavis always strives to add value to anything she does. She firmly believes in constantly improving and upgrading one’s skills. Be it picking up a new instrument, learning a new language, or simply memorising a funny joke to make the audience laugh, Mavis does her best to go the extra mile.

Her proudest achievement is making it to the top 16 of a regional competition organized by CJ E&M and Fox International, tvN K-Pop Star Hunt Season 2. Some other competitions she has joined include the Ultimate Star Search Singing Competition and V-Singer 2012. As a professional vocalist, she has performed in various bars and restaurants around Singapore, including Unplugged, Starker, 2mm, Wheeler’s Estate, 555 Villa Thai, and many more! Versatile in terms of language, Mavis is able to confidently deliver tunes in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien, Korean, and Japanese. She’s always up for a challenge to learn new songs in other languages.

Mavis strongly lives by this quote: “Chance or accident is not responsible for the things that happen to you, nor is predestined fate the author of your fortune or misfortune.” — Neville Goddard

Meryl Joan Lee

After being inspired by a one-month stint in New York, Meryl left her job in finance and banking to pursue her dreams as a vocalist and music creative. An alumnus of the Bright Young Things Jazz Programme by Esplanade's Mosaic Music Festival and Singapore Idol, Meryl has performed on regional stages, as well as for government officials. Besides live performances, Meryl has also lent her voice to Voice-Overs, Jingles, and even the theme songs of the Asian Youth Olympic Games.

Miin Tong

The versatility of Miin stems from her experience singing with the Singapore Symphony Chorus, and later on with the NUS Jazz Band, before taking the step into the live music scene, performing alongside the best of the industry's musicians. Miin's sweet disposition and charming stage presence impresses audiences as she articulates genre varieties of swing jazz, bossa nova and pop ballads.