Che-Sheng is a Taiwanese-Dutch percussionist, mime, and actor who based in Amsterdam. I’ve been specialising myself for the past five years in physical theatre performances. After finishing my master’s education in classical percussion at ArtEZ Conservatory in Zwolle (NL) I explored further the art of mime, in part through the studio member at the Moving Academy for Performing Arts as a performer. The unusual combination of classical and contemporary percussion with mime gives me the freedom to associate with a colourful collection of productions.
Born in 1988 in Taipei, Taiwan. Yung-Tuan received her percussion bachelor in National Taiwan Normal University in 2010 and completed her percussion master study in Conservatorium van Amsterdam with “Cum Laude” in June 2015.
She is the prize winner of International Percussion Competition Luxembourg 2012, Tromp Percussion competition 2014, and AHK Eindwerkprijs 2015. In 2016, She received the scholarship from Jan Pustjens Foundation for her solo music theater-Mimocussion and supported by Stichting Eigen Muziekinstrument to purchase marimba and vibraphone.
She is now an artist member of Studio MAPA Nederland and Platform for Artists Nederland Taiwan.
Yen-Ting Lo is a jazz singer, songwriter, arranger and cross-media creator from Kaohsiung. Graduated from Cheng-Kung University in Industrial Design and Conservatory of Amsterdam in Jazz Music, she has a great passion for any form of storytelling. Having 2 albums released, 'Epiphyllum' and 'The 13th Heron', YenTing has received 4 nominations in the Golden Indie Music Awards and has won the Best Jazz Album and the Best Jazz Tune. She also received a grant from Stimuleringsfonds for her interactive music project 'Off-Score'.
S’yo (NL/Taiwan) is a pianist, composer and arranger who is eager to present accessible medium that immerses the audience into a complex range of human emotions. His music has the seamless openness created by the context of modern classical and contemporary jazz that brings the balance between improvisation and composition while transforming two musical languages. It does not eliminate the viewer, but invites Modernism in a tangible way. S'yo lives and works between Taiwan and The Netherlands.