Dicapella Dizi Ensemble

Blk B #03-10

9224 9993 | 9649 9412
hsienhan@dicapella.com
www.dicapella.com

Dicapella is a congregation of Singapore’s top award-winning dizi (bamboo flute) soloists and is currently the largest bamboo flute ensemble in South-east Asia. Brought together by their passion for the dizi, the ensemble seeks to spread the joy of music through outreach programmes and concerts targeted at introducing the “family” and “relatives” of bamboo flutes.

Dynamic and versatile, the group’s repertoire extends beyond traditional Chinese music, to include jazz, Chinese pop, western classical and English oldies, among others. The youthful group, with an average age of only 19-years-old, has staged several energetic outreach programmes in heartlands that have been well-received. Founded in 2013 by a group of dizi enthusiasts, Dicapella has grown from strength to strength, achieving new breakthroughs in their music-making, working with winner of the “Singapore Composer Award” Wang Chen Wei, and Ding Yi Music Company’s composer-in-residence Liu Chang.

Since its establishment, Dicapella have represented Singapore in the first ever Singapore Dizi festival held in 2015 and organized a SG50 concert under the support of the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth. The ensemble also held its inaugural concert in 2016, where the ensemble and its various consultants (Maestro Zhan Yong Ming, Mr Lim Sin Yeo, Mr Phang Thean Siong, Mr Tan Chye Tiong) performed together at esplanade, theaters on the bay. In the same year, Dicapella was also given the privilege and opportunity to participate in both the China ASEAN Music Week held in Nanning, Guangxi and Shanghai Conservatory of Music's 60th Anniversary concert titled "Nan Yang Di Yun Meng Jiang Nan".

Dicapella Dizi Ensemble

Blk B #03-10

9224 9993 | 9649 9412
hsienhan@dicapella.com
www.dicapella.com

Dicapella is a congregation of Singapore’s top award-winning dizi (bamboo flute) soloists and is currently the largest bamboo flute ensemble in South-east Asia. Brought together by their passion for the dizi, the ensemble seeks to spread the joy of music through outreach programmes and concerts targeted at introducing the “family” and “relatives” of bamboo flutes.

Dynamic and versatile, the group’s repertoire extends beyond traditional Chinese music, to include jazz, Chinese pop, western classical and English oldies, among others. The youthful group, with an average age of only 19-years-old, has staged several energetic outreach programmes in heartlands that have been well-received. Founded in 2013 by a group of dizi enthusiasts, Dicapella has grown from strength to strength, achieving new breakthroughs in their music-making, working with winner of the “Singapore Composer Award” Wang Chen Wei, and Ding Yi Music Company’s composer-in-residence Liu Chang.

Since its establishment, Dicapella have represented Singapore in the first ever Singapore Dizi festival held in 2015 and organized a SG50 concert under the support of the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth. The ensemble also held its inaugural concert in 2016, where the ensemble and its various consultants (Maestro Zhan Yong Ming, Mr Lim Sin Yeo, Mr Phang Thean Siong, Mr Tan Chye Tiong) performed together at esplanade, theaters on the bay. In the same year, Dicapella was also given the privilege and opportunity to participate in both the China ASEAN Music Week held in Nanning, Guangxi and Shanghai Conservatory of Music's 60th Anniversary concert titled "Nan Yang Di Yun Meng Jiang Nan".

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