Mr Liew Wee Sing is a lyric tenor with distinct colour. His experience includes choirmaster in church choir for over 20 years and performed regularly in concerts as solo artist. Wee Sing adopts a systematic and holistic approach in voice training. His methodology is rooted in the Italian Bel Canto technique which inculcates solid foundation for freedom in singing, production of healthy, pure and unbroken ‘Chiaro scuro’ vocal tone.
Mr Liew’s concert repertoires include Fra poco a me ricovero and Una furtiva lagrima by Donizetti; Cielo e mar by Poncheilli; E’ la solita storia by Cilea; La fleur que tu m’avais jete’e by Bizet; Il mio tesoro intanto by Mozart; O divine redeemer by Gouno.
Mr Liew participated in the 2018 National Art Gallery Sonic Blossom project, singing Schubert’s Lieder in the Art Gallery. He was awarded Gold prize in Vocal Bel Canto category and emerged overall champion in 2018 Singapore Raffles Cultural & Arts Festival Talent competition. In Aug 2019, Mr Wee Sing won the Gold award in China’s Yantai-Penglai Asia Pacific International Chorus & Solo Arts Festival Solo competition
He has also obtained the LTCL diploma Singing recital from Trinity College London and completed his Master’s degree in music performance (Classical Singing) from University of West London.
Mr Wee Sing’s early voice studies include lessons with Soprano Mdm. Elena Ng (FLCM) Tenor Mr. Lee Tian Ming (Prof.). He is under the mentorship of Italian opera singer Prof. Capucine Chiaudani.
Mr Liew is currently teaching voice at Tanglewood Music School.