Jason Ng

Jason Ng is a professional drummer who has been quietly rising through the ranks of the drumming society. As a student of renowned drummer, Jimmy Lee, he has performed for big names such as Maia Lee, The Drifters, 8ball in the Corner pocket, Last Transmission, Turning Point and RAFE. Despite this, Jason remains eager to learn and rarely talks about his own achievements. He continues to approach each song with a precision rarely seen, preferring to use a click for consistency and writing down the precise beats for every song. He is open to all types of drumming ideas and concepts and is immensely quick in learning new songs. Jason has looked to Jimmy Lee, Alan Wong, Gary Gideon, Teddy Campbell, John Blackwell, Carter Beauford and Donovan Hepburn for influence and hopes to one day be able to emulate them.

Geist J Fok

Geist J Fok started playing drums in December 2004. Attracted to the powerful rock beats of J-rock music which he grew up listening to, Geist was self-taught prior to 2006 until he was introduced to Singapore's drum legend Jimmy Lee. He has since then, been studying under Jimmy Lee. Through Jimmy's guidance Geist started to teach drums in Music Clef after completing his NS in April 2007.

Geist started playing in the English scene with VYBZ in September 2009. In December 2009 he switched to the Chinese scene and played at St James Dragonfly until April. Following that, Geist played at Club Versace and at Resorts World Casino in Sentosa in 2010.

Gilbert Rolan Nogales

Originally hailed from Manila, Philippines and has been in Singapore for more than 20 years. He was first recognized in Singapore when he bagged the Grand Champion title in 2007 Singapore Drum Fest. Gilbert is a professional session drummer and percussionist as he is well known in the Asian circuit. He has appeared and played in the famous TV show in the Philippines “Eat Bulaga”. He performed with top artists such as The Legendary “Juan Dela Cruz Band”, Mike Hanopol, and Vennie Saturno. He has also played for Indonesian Artists Ariel of Peterpan, Once of Dewa, Harvey Malaiholo and some of the big names in Singapore's music scene, and cannot be denied with recording credits as well.

Christine He

Christine is a student of Jimmy Lee who started drumming about nine years ago and has been constantly performing at her church since 2009. Her passion in music and drumming paved the way for her teaching career. She has been a drum educator at the School of Music Clef for more than four years now.


Lee Liang Jie

Liang Jie (also known as Lj) began playing drums in his secondary school’s marching band. But it was only after his National Service that he decided to take his passion up a notch and started formal lessons with Brandon Khoo, and then Jimmy Lee ever since.

At the same time, he auditioned and was chosen as the drummer for a Pop Rock outfit fronted by Syltra Lee (Singapore Idol 3 top 13) and instrument powerhouses Wylde Boon on Guitars and Yazied Rahman on Bass. Aurigami has been actively participating in events performing their originals as well as renditions of their favourite songs. The biggest show that Lj has played with his band to date is the local television program “Live ‘n’ Loaded” which aired in February 2009.

Lj is a big fan of feel good music with groovy rhythmic sections. He is easily addicted to listening to drummers who place groove above other aspects of the music. He is a member of Aurigami and has been with Katalyz (Yamaha Asiabeat 2009 Finalist). He has sessioned with The Rockstar Lullaby and participates in concerts representing School of Music Clef and Jody Marshall Dance School as well.

3 Patrick Ang

Patrick started playing drums at the age of 14 in the secondary school military band. He was in the SAF band during National Service, and started playing professionally in local nightspots at the age of 21. Patrick has played in many clubs in his career, such as Canto, Hard Rock Cafe, Dragonfly, and Shanghai Dolly. He also performed in the Ublues Festival@Fort Canning in 2003, as well as National Day and Chinese New Year performances and local musicals such as Broadway Beng, Liao Zhai Rocks and Crazy X'mas 2010. He also did some recording and mini concerts for local and Taiwanese artists Genie Zhuo, Serene Koong and Zhou Hua Jian.

3 Ronnie Chung

Ronnie has been in the music industry and playing drums for more than 20 years. He has worked with MediaCorp program “Music Happening" that showcased many local and foreign artists. He is a resident drummer at Dragonfly - St James with the Typhoon Band and constantly receives invitations to perform in local and international music scenes.