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Aussie-born Singapore Thereminist & Synth Player, Shueh-li Ong, Presented By Ithaca Switched-On Moog Exhibit 12th July
Shueh-li Ong (pronounced Shelley) will appear at the History Center in Tompkins County, as part of the ongoing events from now to May 2015, telling the story of Bob Moog & the development of the groundbreaking electronic instruments bearing his name.
Ong is best known internationally for her work as founder and leader of synthpop band, Xenovibes, and as Singapore’s theremin diva.
Her music is described as modern synthpop/fusion/prog, showcasing her distinctive use of the ethereal theremin, exotic synth hooks, rustic tin-whistle, plucky guqin and rich vocal harmonies.
Ong has been in the USA since 2005, where she performs, and records & produces in her own studio.
The Daily Vault said “It is abundantly clear that Ong has many talents, a gift for sound, and the potential for greatness.”
"An inspired artist who has brought fresh ideas in the theremin field.” said ThereminVox of Italy.
Ong is looking forward to her first show in Ithaca, and meeting fans of her music!
|| 12th July 8pm. FREE.
|| Show is sponsored by the History Center & a part of the "Switched-On : The Birth of The Moog Synthesizer" exhibit
|| Listen to Shueh-li’s Music : http://Soundcloud.com/ShuehliOng
|| The Electric Golem; aka Trevor Pinch & James Spitznagel will start the evening off.
If you need more information, or if you want to interview Shueh-li, please contact : firstname.lastname@example.org