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Twenty-Five Years a Songstress

Yudi Yap, Singer | Tay Cher Siang, Musician

10-Nov-16 14:30

Twenty-Five Years a Songstress

Yudi Yap, a singer known for her rendition of Shanghai jazz numbers is celebrating 25 years as a professional singer and entertainer. Together with her arranger and piano accompanist, Tay Cher Siang, they tell about the history of locally written music and songs that came out from the 80s. They also share what they as musicians have to do and the music they themselves consume to stay relevant to a changing demographics. They list some musicians.


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