The best part is Joanna reserve 1 whole row for the blogger *heart*
For those who do not know, ICOM Friday performance began in 1998 and runs for over a period of 16 weeks from the start of the semester. The performances give students opportunity to perform on stage in front of audience and being part of the curriculum, are evaluated based on exceptional performance kills on the students’ principal instrument, stage presentation and general musicianship. Each week faculty member sit as panel judges and take turns to evaluate and comment on student’s performance.
Finally after 18 weeks of competing they approach the last and final showdown. What began as a group effort to improve performance became a platform of experiment to try new and different styles of music and now a Tradition of the International College of Music.
The finalists are:
Irma Seleman, (Funk)
Feri Lau Widjaja Bong (Fusion)
Whang Jungeun (Pop)
Eugene Yeo Yu Chan (Classical Crossover)
Cliff Wong (Japanese Fusion)
Kelly Phoon (Japanese Pop)
Jesica Yap (Latin)
Terry Tim (Finger Style Acoustics)
Koay Vern Hanz