Jun 20, 2010

String Quartet @ Wedding Anniversary

String Quartet by Jason Geh performed at the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Dato and Datin S. Kulasegaran.

The musicians from Jason’s String Quartet are extremely skilled at their instruments, with more than 15 years of experience performing together as a unit, in front of large and small audiences at public events such as product launches, corporate events, Malaysian weddings, Chinese weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and even private parties around Malaysia as well as overseas.

String Quartet performing at golden wedding anniversaryDato and Datin S. Kulasegaran on stage

Jason’s String Quartet consists of four string players, which are 2 violins, a viola and a cello. They have a wide selection of repertoire ranging from baroque to classical, folk to contemporary and even country to popular broadway musical.

Some of the music pieces performed during this special evening were :-
  • The Emperor Waltz by Johann Strauss
  • Pachelbel’s Canon in D
  • Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto
... and many other master pieces from great composers like Mozart, Beethoven to Handel.

Indian dancers performing during the opening acta view of the guest at the wedding anniversary

This wedding anniversary was held in Lake Club KL, Malaysia on the 18th of June 2010. Many VIP’s attended this event including former prime minister Tun Abdullah bin Haji Ahmad Badawi.

Contact Jason Geh at 016 2800216 for more details on String Quartet performances in Malaysia.

1 comment:

Regina Tan said...

It takes a lot to stay together in a marriage for 50 years. This beautiful couple Dato and Datin Kulasegaran are blessed with so many successful children, have gone through the rides and the storms together as one. There were many VIPs and our former Prime Minister, Pak Lah and his lovely wife also attended the ceremony.

The event started with wonderful classical pieces entertained by Jason Geh Entertainment’s string quartet. Their skill and ability to play is without a doubt, the best of quality and many, were entranced by the beautiful sounds that filled the whole banquet hall. Many have said, the music made them forget how hungry they were, waiting for the VIPs due to the bad traffic on a Friday night and dinner was only served about 9pm.

The beautiful couple were then ushered in by Indian classical dancers who added colour to the event .Very skilled dancers and the Indian dance is one of ze most difficult dance ever. The coordination of the moves, eyes, neck, hands , hips, legs, etc… whooooosh.. a great salute to these great dancers!

Here’s to wishing Dato and Datin many many more good years to come, to be together in good health, wealth, everlasting love and happiness always!

Regina Tan,
Music Coordinator,
012 3012522