Zhi Hui is a Singaporean singer-songwriter and a music educator who specialised in popular music vocals at LASALLE. Through her compositions, she shares her perspective of life. In educating others, she seeks to inspire people by creating a musical language of their own, while learning values of life. Through her performances, she tries to spread the joy that music brings to listeners. Currently, Zhi Hui works with government-aided primary schools and InTune Music School. She also collaborates with the Composers and Authors Society of Singapore to promote music made in Singapore through monthly performances. Greatly inspired by Kimbra, Tune-Yards, Janelle Monae and Hiatus Kaiyote, she is particularly fond of soul and electropop genres.
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.