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Performing & Teaching at Mosaic Music Festival 2013

I'm delighted to be a part of this year's Mosaic Music Festival 2013! It's a real honor to be in a festival alongside so many of my musical inspirations including Esperanza Spalding, Gretchen Parlato, Kaki King and My Brightest Diamond.

It's also cool that The Impatient Sisters are also performing as I'll get to see my scholarship guitar student Irena Taib, the guitarist/vocalist in the trio!

[PHOTOS] (Updated March 10 2013)

[FB Photo Album] MOSAIC: In The House (photos by Yin)
[FB Photo Album] MOSAIC: In The House (photos by library@esplanade)

Mosaic Music Makers: In A Chord – Guitar workshop for Absolute Beginners
by Az Samad (Malaysia) 
10 Mar, Sun, 1pm & 3.30pm
Esplanade Rehearsal Studio

Update: Both workshop sessions are now officially SOLD OUT! 

[FB Photo Album] MOSAIC Music Makers: In a Chord - Guitar Workshop (photos by Yin)

At Mosaic Music Festival 2013, you can learn absolute beginner guitar from me via a 90-minute workshop. There are 2 sessions that you can choose from. Here's a promo video explaining what you'll learn:  

To sign-up for the workshop, click here: [SOLD OUT]

What's pretty awesome is that they will be providing guitars for the workshop so you can just come to learn! 

The Straits Times - Learn the guitar in 1.5 hours by Melissa Kok 

Mosaic Living Room | Guitar Hero | Az Samad (Malaysia)
11 Mar, Mon | 6.15 - 7pm & 8.15 - 9pm

[FB Photo Album] Mosaic Music Festival 2013: Mosaic Living Room Concert 

I'm performing as part of the Guitar Hero series at Mosaic Music Festival. Check out the page here:

Looking forward to share the stage, alternating sets with jazz guitarist Johnny Alegre from Manila.

Hope to see you there! =)



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