S.E.A Aquarium Wedding Live Band

Macus & Alicia, 30 Sept 18 @ S.E.A Aquarium (Wedding Live Band)

We are always so happy to perform at this break-taking aquarium – I imagine it must be pure joy for the guests to look at schools of fish while enjoying a great meal, and live music in this occasion by Bevlyn (vocals), Sharon (piano), Melvin (guitar). Here’s some photos for your enjoyment: What made the wedding so memorable and special was the bride and groom ‘singing in’! Macus and Alicia claimed that they were so busy to prepare and rehearse…

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Cartier Celebrates 100 Years of Tank, 1 Dec 17 @ Malmaison at Hour Glass (FRENCH SONGS)

Band: Bevlyn on vocals 🎤 and Meimei on piano Cartier celebrates 100 Years of Tank. We have the pleasure of performing French chansons, English jazz and Christmas songs for the guests this evening (Bevlyn Khoo 邱意淋 on vocals and Meimei on piano at Malmaison by the Hour Glass, Knightsbridge). Repertoire: C’est Magnifique (French & English – Kay Starr  C’est Si Bon So Nice La Vie En Rose Douce France Till There Was You La Derniere Valse (The last waltz) Les…

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(Wedding) Francis & Eliza, 22 May 2011, M Hotel (Banquet Suite)

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: 爱转角 (Love Round The Corner) Eliza and Francis got acquainted all thanks to the musical series “Jazz by the beach”, which used to be an anchor programme at Rasa Sentosa every month. Since jazz was the genre of music which brought them together, the couple requested for us to ‘jazz up’ their requested songs, and we did so wherever possible! I love the classic “最浪漫的事”, and hence decided to dedicate it to the lovely couple on the spot.…

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(Wedding) Andrew & Michelle, 14 May 2011, Holiday Inn Atrium (Atrium Ballroom)

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: The Prayer There is something special about the songs Andrew and Michelle have chosen. First of all, they’ve chosen a traditional instrumental song “Here Comes The Bride” for their 1st march-in. Honestly, I love it, cos though it may sound ‘passé’ to some people, I thought that hearing this music truly brings out the essence of a wedding: And instead of using a CD to play some upbeat song for the 1st dish, the couple decided on the…

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(Wedding) Alexandre and Cheng Teng, 6 May 2011, Four Seasons (Crescent Ballroom)

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: “For Me Formidable” This is another classic example which shows that love holds no boundaries, and in fact Cupid seems to be crossing boundaries more and more these days! Alexandre and Cheng Teng got acquainted a few years ago when he came from Switzerland to Singapore for work. Apparently Cupid had successfully worked his magic on the two of them! Having sung many French songs at weddings, nothing excites (and worries) more than singing them infront of people…

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(Wedding) Desmond & Wendy, 24 May 11 (LUNCH), Flutes at the Fort

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: I Wanna Grow Old With You Wendy and Desmond’s wedding probably marked a first for me – the first time I see a bride and groom go UP the stairs (instead of down) when they ‘march-in’. Flutes at the Fort has a wonderful long aisle with n number of steps for the sporty and adventurous ones. Wendy requested for the band to perform ‘live’ their march-in song “I wanna grow old with you” while they walked up the…

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Daniel & Weiling, 23 Jan 11 (Luncheon), Four Seasons

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: Beyond The Sea Daniel had to travel a lot for work, hence Weiling heading to the airport to fetch him became a commonality in the relationship. The couple did something incredible to mark this fact down – they filmed down the whole usual process of Weiling dressing up, preparing, and taking transport to meet Daniel in Changi Airport a week before the wedding. It was especially spectacular for the guests, because it was a stop-motion video!!! I like…

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Jad & Jaymee, 23 Jan 2011, Orchard Hotel

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: Lucky I’ve known Jad for more than a decade, and it was a true joy to attend his wedding dinner. Jad had initially not wanted a live band for his wedding dinner (I was cool about it of course) but strangely, he and Jaymee engaged a 4-pc band (with percussion) in the end! Looks like he likes to either not do it at all, or do it with style… 🙂 To top it off, Jad and Jaymee had…

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Adrian and Huishan, 14 Jan 2011, Four Seasons

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: You Are My Angel There was a long period of time when I did not perform at Four Seasons. Strangely, I have been coming back to Four Seasons very regularly, life is indeed mysterious! One other mysterious thing is, I kept bumping Yu Hsin from Tinydot Photography at the weddings in Four Seasons! Check out the beautiful photos he took of Adrian and Huishan: Also at the reception to welcome the guests was a white and blue themed layout…

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Simon & Dening, 08 Jan 2011, Fullerton (Straits Room)

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: Time After Time A week later, I’m back in this beautiful white ballroom for Simon and Dening’s wedding. I knew that the couple would be having their solemnization at the rooftop, and the banquet manager whom I know well cajoled me to leave my sound check for a while to go up and see for myself the beautiful scenery. True enough, the view was breath-taking, what an excellent place to exchange your vows! Simon hails from UK, and…

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Charles and Keisha, 2 Jan 2011, Fullerton (Straits Room)

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: 一只小雨伞 (Tiny Umbrella) This is a fun, relaxed wedding where everyone enjoyed themselves. Check out this Molten Brown wedding favour: One of the best things I love about weddings, is to learn about how a couple met and fall in love. Charles and Keisha invited their match-maker (Charles’ work colleague) to share just that with everyone. She recounted how she was seated next to Charles one day and was surprised to learn that Charles was still a ‘diamond bachelor’.…

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Alvin and Grace, 28 Nov 2010, Goodwood Park (Tudor Ballroom)

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: Just The Way You Are Ian and Yili arrived early at the Mayfair pool of Goodwood Park Hotel in preparation for Alvin and Grace’s solemnisation. It is increasingly ‘chic’ to have ‘live’ music at solemnisations, and Grace and Alvin had requested for the duo to perform ‘Canon-in-D’ for their march-in. 🙂 At Tudor ballroom, preparations were in full force to welcome all the guests for the banquet. This is one of them, and I think it’s a brilliant…

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Khee Wee and Cindy, 28 Nov 2010, La Villa Restaurant

Hui Bing’s Thoughts: 不再让你孤单 (You’ll Never Be Lonely Again)  The wedding venue, La Villa Restaurant, was tucked away in a quiet part of River Valley area. It was totally unfamiliar to me and I had to look up the restaurant’s website and streetdirectory to locate it. When I arrived, I was pleasantly surprised to find a cosy, off-the-beaten-path restaurant nicely tucked within the compounds of the former River Valley Primary School. After chit chatting with Khee Wee, I found out…

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Aloysius and Patricia, 17 Nov 2010, Raffles Hotel (Main Ballroom)

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: At Last It’s not easy coordinating a wedding when you are overseas, but Aloysius and Patricia did just that. After being away for a few years, they finally came back to host the wedding dinner and caught up with many family members and friends. Among 2 of them were Aloysius’ good friends who seemed very happy to share with the guests about the young Aloysius they once knew: Rodney, Aloysius’ childhood friend doing an imitation of how Aloysius…

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Jason & Joanne, 12 Nov 2010, Swissotel Stamford

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: LuckyThis was a fun wedding…for the musicians – cos we got Shawn in with his drum kit, and that made a lot of difference! Groovy songs like 1,2,3,4, and the pop-rock ballad Ever Ever After were given more dynamics because of the drum set!  Personally I’m surprised Joanne chose the song ‘Remember me this way’, which was dedicated to her sisters. Taken off the soundtrack of ‘Casper’, this song is 15-year-old this year! 😀  Another favourite for the…

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Clarence and Xinhui, 23 Oct 2010, Asian Civilisation Museum

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: 爱爱爱 (Love x 3) It has been such a long time since I last perform at the Asian Civilisation Museum. I really love this place, and Xinhui and Clarence’s arrangement surprised me – the buffet spread was laid out in the middle of the high ceiling ballroom, while guests were seated to line the sides of the ballroom.  Eugene and I were tasked with performing the couple’s favourite love songs for their guests. My personal favourites were: 关于爱情 (All…

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Felene and Lionel, 17 Sep 2010, Swissotel The Stamford (Wedding Live Band)

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: 月圆花好 (Full Moon Blooming Flowers) This wedding has the most fusion songlist I’d ever sung! It’s not a bad thing at all, because I’m quite sure nobody felt left out by the live band! To prove my point, we started off with the French song titled “Le festin” which is taken off the movie soundtrack ‘Ratatouille‘,, and it could not be a more suitable song for the 1st dish because it means “the feast”! Here’s the translation of the lyrics:…

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Martin and Aileen, 1 Aug 2010, St Regis (Wedding Live Band)

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: Better Today Aileen was a stunning bride. Her porcelain features reminded me of Zhang Ziyi. And because she’s Korean, Bevlyn and I agreed to learn a few Korean numbers. Bevlyn sang The Wonder Girls’ ubiquitous hit “Nobody”, while I tackled a beautiful ballad called “May I Love You”. Whew, it was tough to sing in Korean, but we made it through! That night, we also sang in French, Hokkien, Cantonese, Mandarin and, of course, English. The ‘rojak’…

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Theo and Rachel, 25 Jul 2010, Tower Ballroom, Shangri-La (Wedding Live Band)

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: Two Is Better Than One Sometimes, you get invited to a wedding because you have gotten to know either the bride or groom many years ago. And you wonder how the couple met each other and fell in love. Theo and Rachel clearly believe in filling in the gaps for their family and friends. They lovingly produced a video which traced the journey of their lives, starting with the sentence, “Theo is the eldest in a family…

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Joshua and Bijun, 25 Jul 2010, Sheraton Towers (Wedding Live Band)

Tanya’s thoughts: 夜上海 (Night In Shanghai) Although there was no specifically mentioned theme for Joshua and Bijun’s wedding, it was apparent the moment we arrived at the foyer area. There was small trishaw tucked in a little corner and guests were taking photos in it. On the tables were some decorative items such as the old-styled Chinese umbrellas and paper fans! The ballroom was resplendent with the bright red hues and decorative red lanterns. Yes, it seemed to be ‘Shanghai…

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