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AUSSIE-BORN SINGAPORE THEREMINIST/ SYNTH PLAYER/ SINGER, SHUEH-LI ONG, IN NASHVILLE
Shueh-li Ong will return to Nashville with a show, after a successful Summer tour.
Ong is best known internationally for her work as founder and leader of synthpop band, Xenovibes, a Moog international artist, and, as Singapore’s theremin diva.
Ong is a world-class thereminist. The theremin is acknowledged as the hardest instrument to learn, because it is played with minute finger gestures in space, with no touching.
Ong records in her own studio and has produced four albums to date; her most recent “A Working Title” recorded and released in the Music City, where Ong has lived for 4 years.
Ong weaves the ethereal theremin, exotic synth hooks, rustic tin-whistle, plucky guqin and rich vocal harmonies to create poignant ballads and other times a luscious instrumental.
She describes her music as modern synthpop with an infectious mix of prog fusion. Her background in classical piano and electronic music making a dramatic presence, as she flits from instrument to instrument in her one-woman musical travelogue.
This show is a Nashville SCENE Critics' Pick, "Resident theremin queen Shueh-li Ong has returned from a three-month string of solo dates that conclude with a show at the Steinway Piano Gallery of Nashville."
Ong is delighted by the warm welcome home, and is looking forward to playing for her Nashville family!
Tickets & Event Details
|| Date/Time : 16 August 7pm,
|| Venue : Steinway Piano Gallery, 4285 Sidco Dr
|| Presented by Steinway Nashville, produced by Shueh-li Ong
The Daily Vault said, “It is abundantly clear that Ong has many talents, a gift for sound, & the potential for greatness.”
ThereminVox of Italy remarked, "An inspired artist who has brought fresh ideas in the theremin field.”
Contact Shueh-li Ong Music