in::music – Mary Wong & Ariane Goh: People & Stories

in::music – Mary Wong & Ariane Goh: People & Stories

24 August 2018
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A chance encounter at a song-writing competition ignited a collaborative spark between Singapore singer-songwriters Mary Wong and Ariane Goh as they teamed up to present their individual and collective original music at in::music, inspired by perspectives and stories drawn from their day-to-day lives! As relational beings, there is no stronger connection between people and storytelling. Wong and Goh tell musical stories that help us identify with ourselves, allowing us to transcend time and space to feel beyond ourselves and reach into the deepest parts of our souls.

About Mary Wong
From the tender age of seven, Mary Wong has been winning accolades at singing competitions. She was awarded Best Female Singer of Ocean Butterflies’ V-Singer 4, and was also the voice behind Hu Xi, the theme song of MediaCorp Channel 8 hit drama Beyond X. Wong began her songwriting career in 2014 and won third prize in a nationwide songwriting competition with her first single Miss You Crazy. She released two original singles in 2017 and since then, she has been actively promoting her originals at various platforms in Singapore, including at Esplanade’s Huayi Festival at the Esplanade Concourse, Switch at Timbre-Xin Chuang, and live performances on YES933 and UFM100.3.

About Ariane Goh
Having gone on a two-year hiatus from showcasing her new works, singer-songwriter Ariane Goh has been writing behind the scenes for regional artists and television, which is an entirely new journey that she finds joy in. Goh’s craft was mostly self-taught before she pursued a Diploma in Music Performance at LASALLE College of the Arts in 2014. She finds her ground in R&B, soul and pop music and takes after influences such as Lianne La Havas, Tamia and Khalil Fong. Some of Goh’s notable works include Elimination by Koala Liu (TW) and Frame by Janice Vidal (HK), a written collaboration with Malaysian artist A-jia and Hong Kong producer Julian Chen.