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Jazz vocalist and songwriter Juliet Pang who has an early background in folk, experimental, contemporary music was first signed by Ocean Butterflies Recording Company in 2000. In recognition of their differences, the company and the singer parted ways amicably. She was by then, also known as the voice behind the local radio station, UFM's station theme songs. She was at the time better known as 'ethereal voice' in one of Singapore's bestacclaimed cult movies, "Eating Air" ("吃风"). She also received a COMPASS Best Soundtrack Award (Lyrics Category) for her collaboration with Singaporean pop singer JJLin (林俊杰) on his composition "被风吹过的夏天“ (”The Windblown Summer") that was later used as the theme song for popular TVseries "阴 差阳错" ("From Zero to Hero").
In 2003, she cofounded a contemporary music school Replugged Music (Singapore) and continued to develop the syllabus and the vocal department for the next 7 years before she left the company to pursue Graduate Studies at Australian Institute of Music in Sydney, Australia (2011), majoring in performance in Piano.
With an equal penchant for stage performance and dance, she constantly sought to combine her love for movement as well as music. In 2004 she was offered a dance scholarship by Jitterbugs Swingapore, and between 20052006, she was actively involved in ensemble roles for two major productions by Singapore Repertory Theatre, namely ‘The Snow Queen’ and ‘The Forbidden City’, starring Kit Chanwith music composed by Dick Lee.In 2007, she was offered the lead role as Lucia in the musical ‘You’re Special’ by ITheatre with music and arrangements by Bang Wenfu.
Before her departure to Sydney, she released her debut album consisting of 12 of her own contemporary compositions ranging from folk, alternative, pop, electroacoustic and jazz. The album consisted of all her musical influences over her early journey as a recording artiste and a live performer. She also chose to pen, arrange and perform most of the tunes, inviting only the closest of her musical mentors to join her in the musicarrangement process. Her compositions "Blue Skies and A Yellow Moon", "完美 之旅“, "坏东西", "Every Christmas Carol" and "Hey You" were widely aired on Singaporean stations including LUSH 95FM, Gold90.5FM, Yes933FM, UFM, and LOVE97.2FM. She was also interviewed by popular radio stations, OneFM and 988FM in Malaysia. Her latin recording of Charles Trenet’s “I Wish You Love”, accompanied by the masterful pianist, arranger, friend and mentor Mario Serio can also be heard on Sydney’s jazz radio station, 89.7 Eastside FM.
Despite initial strong views from peers in the industry in presenting a duallanguage album, she persisted in the production and release of the debut which presented her as
With an equal penchant for stage performance and dance, she constantly sought to
combine her love for movement as well as music. In 2004 she was offered a dance
a bilingual singer and composer. The album was later nominated by Fresh Music Awards (2011) as Best New Album. It also had her nominated as Best New Artiste. Other notable record releases during this time include "Absolute Voices" and "Oriental Jazz" (S2S).
Dedicated to her growth in jazz composition and performance after her fully original debut album, she formed White Noise Quartet. Together with Sydney pianist, and her husband, Didi Mudigdo, they focussed mainly on presenting original jazz and latin compositions. Together with versatile Singaporean drummer Tan Boon Gee and revered veteran bassist Eddie Jansen, they premiered at the Singapore Arts Festival 2012, and later released their live album "White Noise Live" (December 2012), a live recording of their performance at Esplanade Theatres by the Bay.
Known to her peers and family as a quiet and timid child in her early years with only words through her song and poetry, music and stage are what she could only know as Grace.
She looks forward to be 'busy and grateful' always as Tuck (Tuck and Patti) says, and will continue to dedicate her study, appreciation and sharing of jazz music through voice, ukulele and piano in the years to come.
Juliet Pang is also the half of the ukulele and bass guitar jazz duo Polkadot + Moonbeam (Tokyo, Sydney, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore), the half of piano and bass guitar jazz duo, MINT, and the vocalist of her jazz quartet White Noise (Malacca, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong), and The Good Seeds.