Amigo Saxophone Quartet performs “homonym” in Neerpelt, Belgium and Strasbourg, France

Photos courtesy of the Amigo Saxophone Quartet The Amigo Saxophone Quartet at the Kapel van het Sint-Hubertuscollege in Neerpelt, Belgium! (L-R) Leslie Wong, Asagi Ito, Pieter Pellens and Wong Tak Chiu. The Amigo Saxophone Quartet performed “homonymn” at the World Saxophone Congress/SaxOpen on July 10, 4.45pm at Cité de la musique et de la danse – Salle […]

Leslie Wong performed Motes at the Wuhan Conservatory

Singaporean saxophonist Leslie Wong performed “motes” at the Wuhan Conservatory Saxophone Festival in Wuhan, China. The work was performed in recital with Hong Kong saxophonist Wong Tak Chiu at the Bianzhong Music Hall, Wuhan Conservatory of Music. Both Leslie and Tak Chiu are members of the Amigo Saxophone Quartet.

Review of Left Coast’s Concert by the SF Classical Voice!

The Left Coast Chamber Ensemble’s concert was reviewed by the SF Classical Voice! “In Emily Koh’s implodex!!, the musicians surrounded the audience members on all sides of the performance space. Unorthodox spatial designs often come off as gimmicky, but Koh’s setup was effective: By necessity, the players conducted each other, mirroring the system of the […]

Reviews from the Singapore Symphony Orchestra premiere of Jia[k]!

Here are a couple reviews of the concert where the Singapore Symphony Orchestra premiered Jia[k], an SSO commission. I’m really flattered and honored by these kind words and look forward to writing more for orchestra! Follow the links to the reviews! 1. “Scoring with hawker centre chaos” by Albert Tay for The Straits Times 2. “World […]

Singapore Symphony Orchestra premieres new commission–Jia[k]!

The heartiest of congratulations to the musicians and administrators at the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, and Maestro Okko Kamu for the wonderful performances of Jia[k] tonight and last night! I am flattered and thankful to have the opportunity to work with, and learn from all of you this past week. Thank you, thank you all, and […]