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Reunion: A Concert of Xin Yao and Xiao Yuan Min Ge
the advent of Xin Yao,
our days were filled with and enriched by Xiao
Yuan Min Ge, Mandarin songs popularised in schools and
colleges in Taiwan. Then we Singaporeans began singing our
own Mandarin ballads – Xin Yao – through which we expressed our feelings, hopes and
there is an opportunity for us to relive those yesteryears.
Taiwan and Singapore - representatives of these two genres
of Mandarin music - will come together for a reunion
concert, organised by Tan
Chang Ren Music Station, on 7 & 8 June 2002 at 7.30pm at University
Cultural Centre. They will perform more than 50 popular Xin
Yao and Xiao Yan Min Ge and in the process,
transport all those present down memory lane.
line-up includes well-known Taiwanese singers Zheng Yi, Zeng
Shu Qin and Joey
Cai Tong Zhu; local Xin
Yao singers Brenda Tang, hailed as one of the best
female singers of the earlier period of Xin Yao and who has not performed in public for many years; Peter
Ang, among the first generation of Xin
Yao singers; composer-singer Wong Hong Mok, former Talentime winner Alex Su and Tiao Dong Lu Group, as well
as singers from Tan
Chang Ren Music Station.
of the highlights of this concert will be Zeng Shu Qin’s
rendition of Shuo Shi
Yi Jiu, which is composed by local songwriter Liang Wen
Fu, with lyrics by famous Taiwanese writer San Mao. There
will also be an interactive “Sing Along” segment during
the concert, when audiences will get to sing familiar Xiao
Yuan Min Ge and Xin
Yao favourites such as Lan
Hua Cao, Yu Zhong
Ji Jing, Xie Hou, and Kopi O.
comperes for the two nights are Joey Cai Rong Zhu, a popular
show host in Taiwan, and Liu Xue Lian, DJ of Love 972FM. Ng
Yak Whee, a well-known local artist, will design the set for
the concert which is co-organised by Radin Mas Community
Club, Ang Mo Kio Community Centre and Catalyst Knowledge
Club. The supporting radio station is Love 972FM.
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