Derivatives & Originals by David Loke Quintet

Derivatives & Originals by David Loke Quintet
11 February 7:30 p.m.

Maduro presents Derivatives & Originals by David Loke Quintet ft.

David Loke (violin)

Rick Smith (guitar)

Tony Makarome (bass)

Eugene Ang (piano)

Yap TingWei (drums)

Come and experience this enchanted evening with industry leaders and music extraordinaires: Tony Makarome, Rick Smith, Eugene Ang & Yap TingWei as they come together for an unforgettable evening of music making!

Both originals and familiar tunes as well as fresh arrangements will be featured.

The perfect lead-up to Valentines! For music lovers.

About David Loke – Violin

Violinist David Loke Kai Yuan is a multi-faceted musician, adept across musical genres and roles. Trained in classical and jazz performance with deep interests in contemporary genres, David is active as a performer, bandleader, composer, producer and arranger. He is an Artist Faculty at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, National University of Singapore (YST), and also works with the Music & Drama Company.


David graduated with a Bachelors of Music in classical violin performance at YST. He went on to the Yale School of Music to obtain a Masters of Music in classical violin, followed by a Masters of Music in jazz performance from the New England Conservatory of Music.


As a performer, David traverses solo and chamber classical repertoire as well as pop and jazz band settings alike. He is a founding member of the fusion quintet Lorong Boys, and is frequently called as a chamber player and session musician. Complementing these are his passions for producing and arranging, drawing from his varied musical experience.


Recent composition highlights include 3 Sketches of Singapore, a concerto commission by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra that premiered in its 2022 National Day Concert. David composed the soundtracks for the movie Strings of Sorrow which premiered at the 2019 Macau International Film Festival and Awards, as well as local documentary 3 Cents a Kilo which premiered at the 45th Asian American Film Festival. He is currently writing to a new game, titled Scarce City being developed by Rainshadow Studios.


David has had the good fortune of studying with Sylvia Khoo, Lynette Lim, Qian Zhou, Ani Kavafian, Brian Levy, Jerry Bergonzi, Frank Carlburg, Can Olgun, and Tony Makarome. He plays on a 1933 Giovanni Pistucci on generous loan from the Rin Collection, as well as a 1921 Mirecourt Violin on generous loan from Dato Paul Spramaniam.

Book your tickets to reserve your seats early!

To keep live music going and to support our artists and musicians, there is a minimum spend of $65++ per guest for all live music evenings at Maduro.

Your ticket of $65++ includes $65 credits to be used on beverages only and will be used to offset your bill (for beverages only) at the end of the evening.

Your table is ready anytime from 7pm.

Relax, kick back with your favourite cocktail or a glass of wine. We have a wide selection of whisky, wine and more!

Live music will begin at 8.30pm.

Thank you for your support and sharing the love for music!

We look forward to bringing you amazing live music and entertainment weekly!

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Price 69.19
Venue Maduro
40C Harding Road #Level 3, Singapore, Singapore 249548, Singapore
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