Lynn’s string quartet, “Songbirds,” has been selected to be performed on Thursday, 30th May 2019 for EBM’s “Beauty” concert at Esplanade Recital Studio in Singapore.
The objective of the competition was “to write music so beautiful and pleasant to the ears that the musicians would love to play them over and over again and the audience would love to hear them over and over again.”
Ensemble de la Belle Musique (EBM), literally translated as “Ensemble of Beautiful Music,” is the world’s premier chamber ensemble dedicated to premiering tonal, beautiful and melodious works by living composers from all over the world.
EBM was founded in October 2016 by Dr. Joseph Curiale, a well-known Emmy Award-nominated American film music composer who has worked in Hollywood for more than twenty-six years, Dr. Leonard Tan, a well-known local conductor and music educator, Low Shao Suan and Low Shao Ying, local twin pianists-composers, and Michael Thien, a local event organiser.
EBM features a group of talented and accomplished local musicians on piano and western orchestra instruments. EBM aims to provide the audience with a refreshing experience at every concert, where they will be the first in the world to listen to beautiful, melodious and easily accessible world premieres written by living composers from all over the world. These pieces are written in various styles and in a mixture of different formations, ranging from solo up to a maximum of fifteen instruments.
EBM’s tagline: “Beautiful music, from heart to heart”.
EBM’s Vision and Mission:
- To encourage living composers to write melodious, tonal and universally accessible music
- To provide a platform for living composers to showcase their works
- To introduce living composers and their music to the general public
- To make the world a better place by offering beauty, love, peace and inspiration through the music we present