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C'ING 2011: Uncovering Talents

August 21, 2011 10:38 PM by Noel

If you've been keeping up with the latest campus hype, you'd know that C'ING 2011 has been running for 7 weeks, from late May to mid July. And the final concert took place on 7 August at the St. James Power Station!

C'ING 2011 (pronounced "sing") was organised to encourage the creation and composition of good, original music that's uniquely Singapore. It also aims to get people to appreciate the Chinese language through music. To run the campaign, the Chinese & Media Communication students who conceptualised the event had even set up their own productions company known as JIJ Productions.

I'll leave you with pictures of the artistes who showed up to perform!:

The Mainworks

Black Forest

Nic Lee from MiLuBing

Teresa Tseng & Jim Lim

Shuang Zi Zuo

The winner of C'ING 2011 was Nelson Tan! He took home cash and prizes worth over $2000, which included a music production course as well a publishing contract with SOMA Productions and Publishing and Universal Music Publishing Group.

Top honors goes to Nelson Tan (second from left) and his "Growing Up".

The team behind C'ING 2011 - JIJ Productions: Jessica Shen, Zhou Jingyi and Isaac Lim.

Ms Sim Ann, Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Education and Ministry of Law also showed up!

Jessica presenting Ms Sim with the token of appreciation.

Pictures courtesy of C'ING 2011