Oct 29, 2012

Jazz Trio | Birthday Party | KL

Jason Geh Jazz Trio performed at Deepak's Birthday Party at Romanza Le Restaurant, KL, Malaysia on the 28th of October 2012

This was a last minute performance for the band as the host (based overseas) arrived in KL 2 days before the birthday and decided to have live band entertainment for their guests of about 20 pax.

Deepak's partner arranged this surprise party. She choose to have Jason Geh's 3 piece jazz group consisting of a singer, saxophonist and Jason on keyboard to perform for the event.

Jason Geh Jazz Trio posing after the birthday performance Jason's Jazz Band performing live during dinner

Jason and the band had the pleasure of dining at the patio of the restaurant prior to their performance. Service was good, food exquisite and the ambient was serene and delightful.

Oct 24, 2012

Jazz Quartet @ Corporate Dinner | KL

Jason Geh Jazz Quartet performed at a corporate dinner at Sage Restaurant, Gardens Hotel on the 23rd of October 2012.

There were not any vocal numbers played during this event upon request by the host as they wanted to create an atmosphere that enables the esteemed guests to communicate and network at ease.

Jason Geh Jazz Quartet at HSBC Dinner
Thus the jazz band played instrumental pieces at an unobtrusive volume featuring the saxophonist rendering the melody accompanied by the guitarist, percussionist and Jason Geh on keyboard.

The host made a few song requests from the band to play during the evening.

Excerpts of that are available on the video clip above.
  • 愛 很簡單 (I love you) - David Tao
  • 每天愛你多一些 (Loving you more every day) - Jacky Cheung

For further viewing, the jazz quartet did a wedding performance at Sage, two weeks ago. Click on the link below to watch.

Wedding of Arul and Joanna

Oct 11, 2012

Jazz Band | Wedding Of Billy & Khyle | Kuantan

Jazz Band from www.JasonGeh.com performed at the wedding of Billy and Khyle in Hyatt Regency Kuantan on the 6th of October 2012.

The jazz quartet which consists of a female vocalist, saxophonist, guitarist / vocalist and Jason on keyboard traversed from Kuala Lumpur to Kuantan on the morning of the event day.

During dinner, the band performed 2 sessions; the 1st set rendering sentimental to medium love songs and later with exhilarating dance numbers.

Billy and Khyle requested some songs to be played from the band's song list to which the band conflate with some of their own selections. The crowd was very responsive throughout the night to their performance and repertoire.

The piano version of the bridal march featured on this video was chosen by the wedding couple as their grand entrance gambit. (The tune is by Jonathan Cain)

Kudos to the audio team from Kuantan for providing such good sound.

Jason Geh Jazz Band Bridal couple Billy and Khyle The bridal couple with the MCs on stage The toasting ceremonyy
After the event, the band stayed over at Hyatt for the night (courtesy of the newlyweds) and depart for KL the next day.

The band feel gratified to be invited to perform and be part of Billy and Khyle's special occasion; and would like to thank them for being such great host.

Click here to view the band's past performances out of KL

Oct 8, 2012

Jazz Quartet | Wedding of Arul & Joanna

Jazz Quartet lead by Jason Geh performed for the wedding of Arul and Joanna at Sage Restaurant Gardens Hotel Kuala Lumpur on the 5th of October 2012.

The jazz group played instrumentals during dinner with a few vocal numbers by the guitarist later in the night. The highlight of the evening was when Joanna came up and sang a song dedicated to Arul. She was accompanied by the band. There's a snippet of her singing on the video so be sure to watch it.

Jason Geh Jazz Quartet performing at the wedding during dinner Arul and Joanna, the newlyweds

Joanna inspired Jason to include the song "I will be there" by Steven Curtis Chapman in the video. She initially wanted to sing this song but later decided on Mariah Carey's Hero, which was awesome.

Hope that you like it

For more on jazz band performances in Malaysia, go to Jason Geh's blog