Nadrah Zainal is a singer-songwriter who specialises in electronic vocal processing. She incorporates this in both her performances and songwriting. She began experimenting with vocal processing during her time at LASALLE where she specialised in music technology. While at LASALLE, Nadrah has participated in various music performances such as CO-LAB 2014, Offbeat@Winstedt, and Without Words, a collaboration with LASALLE dance programmes. Growing up with music has developed her interest in diverse music genres. This interest has expanded her musical journey in the discovery of new vocal techniques and improvisations, presenting a unique expression in the vocal world.
School of Contemporary Music (SoCM) Festival
The School of Contemporary Music (SoCM) Festival is the graduating showcase for BA(Hons) Music and Diploma in Music students from LASALLE College of the Arts.
In keeping with the musical direction of SoCM, the Diploma in Music programme will feature students performing a mix of contemporary popular music and classical music. In the BA(Hons) Music programmes, the concerts will be made up of mostly original compositions written and arranged by the students in the Jazz, Composition and Popular Music specialisms whilst performers from the Classical stream will be presenting contemporary repertoire primarily drawn from the 20th and 21st Centuries.