Meteors of the Pasts ~ Coey, Olga and Melodie

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2020-07-31    21:00
LA SCÈNE DE JUNON

May the tunes of time bring joy and pleasure to your night like the meteors lighting up the falling night. Welcome Coey, Olga and Melodie as they perform classic, romantic songs and musical pieces.


Coey - Brought up in a musical background where her mother was also a singer, singer-songwriter Coey Young was exposed to a vast range of musical styles since her youth. Over the years Coey has found distinct love for Musicals, R&B, soul and funk. Thriving on the local music scene, she performs regularly with other highly-acclaimed musicians as a vocalist in both studio and live environments.

Olga has been a singer/songwriter since 2011 and has been wandering between gigs and studios, trying to tell stories through music. She has been performing in various live gigs, writing original work as well as collaborating with other artists. Olga recently became a professional singer/songwriter on “SoundBetter” website. She is a mezzo soprano who has a unique voice quality that runs between soft and strong. She recently published her EP <Sunlight> and <The Best Time>.
 
Recently returned from New York, completed a Master of Music degree in Piano Performance at New York University, Melodie’s significant international awards include the 71ˢᵗ Steinway & Sons International Piano Competition, the 14ᵗʰ Osaka International Music Competition, Hong Kong Golden Bauhinia International Piano Competition, and the 2nd Japan-Hong Kong International Music Competition, where she was also awarded the Special Jury Prize. Honored with the title of Hong Kong Scholar, Melodie was a recipient of the Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence. In addition to her solo work, Melodie has collaborated with distinguished artists, including Eduardus Halim, Antonio Pompa-Baldi, Victor Rosenbaum, Alexander Kobrin and Ilya Itin. She was a member of the Opera Rox Productions, a Manhattan-based performance group, and a collaborative accompanist for musical theatre and classical singers at Tisch School of Arts.
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