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22 & 29 January 2020
Mathilda D’Silva has been singing in bands and folk acoustic duos since the age of 12, and later grew to love a range of genres from jazz to heavy metal and sappy 80s’ ballads. D’ Silva made her mark in the local entertainment scene as a Singapore Idol finalist during which the nation dubbed her “the Voice”. Whether it is the funky soul of Etta James, the rock howl of Robert Plant or folorn melancholy of Karen Carpenter. D’ Silva conveys a sensitive and powerful vocal quality that never fails to charm.
23 January 2020
Rob Collins achieved his first break in the UK music industry in 1996, when he won the Sky Television Show hosted by UK favourite, Garry Bushell with an overwhelming audience majority vote against 700 others. The show led him to work with famous producers and songwriters and led to his US singing debut in Memphis Tennessee at the Annual Elvis Presley festival. Today, he works with industry talents all over the world to produce his original tracks.
24 & 31 January 2020
Having grown up within a family of musicians, Carol Gomez developed a natural ability to express each song in her own unique style. Being a sensitive musician, she is devoted and passionate towards her music. Her discipline and dedication shows in the expression of the music she renders. Carol sings a wide range of genres and styles such as Pop and Top40s, Jazz, Blues, Folk, Country music, and her forte include songs from Pink Martini, Rockabilly music, and Vintage music.
25 January 2020
Daniela Ruggieri studied at the National Academy of Jazz in Sienna before she started her career playing with internationally acclaimed Italian jazz musicians such as Fabrizio Mocata and Giulio Stracciati. Now based in Singapore, Daniela is well known for bringing classic jazz standards to life with creative arrangements, a vibrant and warm tone and phrasing which is always personal and authentic. Her repertoire also includes all-time favourite Bossa Nova and sophisticated Italian songs that she delivers with her mesmerizing stage presence.
30 January 2020
Anne Weerapass brings her pop-singing perfected vocal into the foray of jazz. She possesses that jazzy quality we prize from the eras of Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan, with a stimulating sensitivity that is firmly cultivated in the present era. Utterly inspiring and momentarily playful, Anne’s singing also puts one’s mind at ease at once. She presents songs that illustrate the ebbs and flows of love that also showcases her dynamic and versatile vocals, covering genres of jazz, blues, pop and evergreens.