Piano | Guitar | Bass | Vocals | Drums


Kevin Kong Heng Leong

A guitarist, singer and songwriter - being part of ‘Chilli Padi’ Series Musicals by WildRice since 2009 and A Little Dream’ events company from 2010 up to present and a worship band team lead of Amplify Ministries. He is a Ngee Ann Polytechnic graduate with a Diploma in Film, Sound and Video, had Jazz Studies at Players School of Music, Florida in 2007 and pursued his Contemporary Jazz, Brazilian Music, Jazz Funk, Performance and Composition studies in The Collective, New York City and attended the Berklee School of Music, Boston with a Summer Songwriting Certificate in 2008. He has been a part of several musical and theater shows since 2002 such as 'Shoes of a Stranger' and 'Joan of Arc' by Artistes for Christian Theatre, "A Right Rubbish Christmas Musical” and "Snow Worries! Christmas Musical" by Centerstage (2008). He has played and performed at Love the World Bar & Bistro, Singapore Flyer as a singer/guitarist in the same year. He has also self-produced an independent music album "Something to Say" in 2005. (www.reverbnation.com/kevinkong)


Lawrence Leow

Lawrence started playing guitar in the mid 70s with various bands playing simple rock and roll, pop, pop-rock, disco and country music. He has also been frequently called for different performances locally and overseas and had an honor of working with the renowned drummer, Jimmy Lee in the mid 90s.


Shahruddin Safari

“Din” as what most his students call him, has taken a Master’s course in Music at Player’s School of Music in Florida, USA. He has been in the music industry for more than 25 years and has performed with different local artists like Anita Sarawak and played internationally with his band as well. He always motivates his students to be what they want, strive hard to get what they want and to be thankful.


Doris Ho

Doris has been teaching piano, both practical and theory for over 20 years. Her passion in music and belief that music is something that ought to be incorporated into a child's growing years and seeing them pursue music professionally as performers or even becoming teachers themselves, are what encourages her more to teach.

Elizabeth Todorova

She has been playing piano from the age of 5, successfully graduated from the National School of Arts - Varna, Bulgaria in 1989 with specialty piano major; continued her education and graduated as a pianist from The State Musical Academy - Sofia, Bulgaria in 1995, with a Master Degree in Piano / instrumental department, under Prof. Milena Mollova. She has obtained a wide knowledge at the field of Music from playing solo, accompaniment and chamber music ensembles from 1980, and by teaching different ages since 1989.

Elizabeth has been a music editor (1993), producer (1994) and head of the Music Department (1996) in The Bulgarian National Radio - Varna branch representing and organizing live broadcasting shows: classical, folklore, pop, and jazz concerts, competitions, festivals as part of the National and European Music life and currently a full-time piano and music theory teacher here in Singapore.


Jaccent Ong

A professional keyboardist, arranger, and composer himself, Jaccent is a veteran in the local music scene with his vast experience and extensive repertoire. He is a resident keyboardist at Dragonfly and Shanghai Dolly in St. James and performed musical shows like "Winter in Shanghai" and "Dollywood". Also, he participated in several events such as the 谢家燕 concert at The Esplanade and New Year’s countdown at Marina platform and Shangri-La.

Jaccent is versatile in playing many genres of music and has performed for local artists' concerts such as Celest Zhang, William Scorpion and Jon being a member of the Queenband here in Singapore. He has been a back-up international artiste in MediaCorp Singapore and has performed in Taiwan’s festival event concert. He composed a song for International star, Jimmy Lin (Song title: 我有一颗赤热的心) and was involved in the 'Jam for Japan' event on the 31st of March 2011 as a fund raiser, associated with Red Cross Singapore, in which their band specifically composed a song titled “好好过” for this event.

Yessica Irawan

Yessica Irawa is a bachelor degree holder from LaSalle College of the Arts, majoring in Piano Performance. She and her band "Changing Hues" have been actively performing all around Singapore at places like St. James PowerStation, 1-Twenty Six, 1-Altitude, Beer Market, CMPB Dempsey, Esplanade, and many other places. Apart from that, she is also an accomplished songwriter and has won 1st prize in several songwriting contests like NUS Talent quest Songwriting Competition in 2006 and CHC Talentime Songwriting Competition in 2007. A few of her songs were also featured in Indonesian Gospel Album, "Unto You" which has won the Best Gospel Album award in 2010.

Shelia De Niro

The gifted Sheila has been wowing audiences around Asia with her stunning classic melodic voice. As a singer and lyricist, Sheila has done numerous shows such as The Mosaic Music Festival,Coffee Morning and Afternoon Tea and Late Nite @ Esplanade, Fried Rice Paradise Review-Japan 1997, performed in Dick Lee's musical medley together with Dick and other talented artists, and wrote songs for a local group called Mirai launched in Japan, Singapore and Taiwan. She has also done various recordings for local commercials and music studios and recorded the theme song of "iHappyChild" written by local composer Farid Ali for a children's musical called The Phantom Cat! She has been constantly invited to judge various singing competitions in Asia such as Philippines International Song Writing Competition-1995 Sponsored by Pony Canyon to represent Singapore, New Zealand, Malaysia and Indonesia, and had been involved in numerous major shows, such as Rampaisari, Countdown to National Day and Swing Singapore. She is often featured in local weekly variety programmes. She currently works as a music educator in School of Music Clef and works with kids and adults on vocal technique and confidence building in singing.

Stephen Francis

Stephen Francis - Singer/Pianist performing more on Pop, Funk, soul, R&B and Jazz music. He started singing at the age of 5 and became professional musician at the age of 12. With all the years of experience as an entertainer, Stephen had performed in different countries, clubs, concerts and music festivals in Asia, Europe and the US. He has also produced for a few of Taiwanese Singing Stars like Chi Yi, Sarah Chen and Paula Ma and is currently the Music Director at St James Power Station/Bellini Room and still performing.