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Birdian Quartet and Sax Friends

January 14, 2012 during 2:00 pm

When one thinks of saxophone music, one of a initial things that comes to mind is Kenny G. For years, Kenny G has entertained us with many of his splendidly relaxing and interesting well-spoken saxophone pieces. Though saxophone song might not be really most in character these days, a song never fails to elicit a clarity of assent to those who hear it.

The Birdian Saxophone Quartet consists of Ian Chan Wing Hang, Richard Goh Hao Tian, Foo Yee Lee and Cheryl Mah Yiing Chiau

If we are a fan of well-spoken jazz music, afterwards there is a possibility that we would already know how song from a saxophone party sounds like. A saxophone party is customarily done adult of one B soprano, one E alto, one B effort and one E baritone. For those who are extraordinary to see how a saxophone party sound like, afterwards make a date with The Actors Studio this 15th Jan 2012 as a Birdian Saxophone Quartet will be behaving during The Actors Studio @ Lot 10. The opening will also see a party perform with a garland of sax friends and will underline song from Leroy Anderson, Joe Hisaishi and many more.

Founded in 2000 and led by founder/saxophonist Ian Chan Wing Hang, this organisation has a passion in compelling seductiveness in and appreciation of exemplary saxophone music. The Birdian Saxophone Quartet also frequently performs a far-reaching operation of light classical, jazz standards, renouned and film song repertoires during opposite occasions. It also conducts workshops for several propagandize rope camps and song festivals within Kuala Lumpur. Tickets are by a smallest concession of RM 20 and can be purchased during The Actors Studio. The organisation will be behaving dual sessions, that is during 3.00 pm and 8.00 pm. For some-more information, greatfully call 03 2142 2009 or 2143 2009.

Photo (c) Birdian Saxophone Quartet

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