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An afternoon of classical guitar and voice performing art music from Germany, Italy, England and Brazil, featuring works by Dowland, Monteverdi, Bach, Schubert and more.

Performance times: 1pm - 1:20pm

1:50pm - 2:10pm

Musician's LIne Up:

YS Tang (Classical Guitar)

  • B. Mus (Performance), Texas A&M University Corpus Christi

  • M. Mus (Performance), Texas Tech University School of Music

A scholarship recipient from Del Mar College, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, and Texas Tech University School of Music, where he received his teaching assistantship, Mr. Tang has a Master's degree in Music performance.

Formerly an adjunct lecturer at Malaysian Institute of Art music department, Mr. Tang is currently an adjunct lecturer of UiTM and he also accepts music major students in Malaysian Institute of Art as well as private students. In addition to regular lessons, Mr. Tang conducts public seminars and lecture recitals and various classical guitar related topics. Mr Tang is also an active collaborator with VerSeS and KL Madrigal Singers in conducting various outreach and educational programs.

Sharlene Rani (Soprano)

  • ATCL (Singing) Trinity College London

  • 2018 National Classical Singing Competition: 3rd Runner Up (Female - National)

Hailing from Perak, Sharlene is classically trained but also enjoys singing different genres and learning new languages. Sharlene enjoys exploring new music and collaborations with instrumentalists and performs regularly with VerSeS and the KL Madrigal Singers. Bryan Sim (Baritone)

  • B. Mus (Hons.) UCSI University.

He studied vocal performance under the tutelage of Rachel Tan, Cecelia Yap and Solomon Chong and piano with Carolyn Lo. Bryan has been featured as soloist in various sacred music concerts especially under the baton of Rev. Lee Chong Min & Dr David Chin. Apart from sacred music, Bryan has performed in many Opera scene such as Papageno by Mozart’s Magic Flute, Don Giovanni by Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Guglielmo by Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte, Cascada by Franz Lehar’s Merry Widow, Raoul by Llyod Webber’s The Phantom of Opera. Bryan is currently a vocal instructor as well as vocal coach for choral camps.


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