When did you first become involved in a cappella? In what capacity?
I started performing when I was 5. I was exposed to choral a cappella in the school choir in 1988. After that with the Singapore Youth Choir where I was first exposed to the Swingle Singers, Kings' Singers and Chanticleer and Andy Quek's Aka A Cappella Series in Singapore.
When did you first become involved with CASA?
Sometime in 2000 when I started my own a cappella club. Credit has to be given to Andy Quek at AKA A Cappella and Sandra at Chijmes for inspiring me on to engage myself in this in a big way.
What locale do you cover as a CASA ambassador?
Singapore. Training, Ensemble teams, annual productions, annual competition, networking, festival direction, school shows, school workshops and training programmes.
What role do you play as a CASA ambassador and/or what role would you like to play?
Ambassador- sharing of information and organising of regional CASA event if possibles
What do you do for work and play?
My fulltime job is with an international school teaching general music to children aged 2 to 12. I also provide voice training, and a cappella performance and training at Urban Music Productions and The A Cappella Soiety
Tell us one thing about yourself people would be surprised to learn
I started The A Cappella Society many years back with my group NANU and today it is a registered charity and IPC providing tax deductions. I am now a volunteer director and the managing and functions are run by a wonderful team of full time and part time and volunteer staff.