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An evening of music awaits.

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The Teng Company will be performing in the upcoming NUS Arts Festival!
I’ll definitely be there to support these awesome guys, what about you? :D

Some of the pieces the ensemble will be playing are –

Getaran Jiwa
A popular Malay song by P. Ramlee, arranged by Buttons for The Teng Company

A song made popular by Chinese singer 王菲, poetry by 苏轼 set to music by the great 梁弘志.
Arranged by Buttons for The Teng Company

Composed by Buttons, fast becoming The Teng Company signature tune

One of the more recent pieces written by Buttons for The Teng Company,
based on the poetry of Li Bai

Apart from these songs, they will also be premiering the pieces of two other very diverse music composers,
Justin Hegburg (USA) and Sherman Ko (Japan/Singapore).

Date: 6 March 2010, Saturday
Time: 8pm
Venue: UCC Dance Studio, NUS

You have heard so much about them, now it’s time to witness their amazing talents!
Tickets are at $10 each, please do drop by to support Buttons & his company.
I have heard all of the songs so many times but I’m still loving each and every piece,
I’m sure the night will be an enjoyable and memorable one for you too.
It will be an evening of music that will leave you breathless, or, at the very least, moved.

Click here to purchase the tickets from the NUS website!


Written by SIXPEGS

February 18, 2010 at 10:24 pm

Posted in Events

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  1. 但愿人长久,千里共产娟。


    February 19, 2010 at 4:26 pm

    • 婵娟 :)


      February 19, 2010 at 4:58 pm

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