Thursday, November 6, 2008

Dennis Lau@ NTV7 Breakfast Show

First of all, i would like to say a very special thanks to Intan for allowing me to perform and present one of my favourite song- Prelude in F minor, a song i composed for my upcoming album in the country's most watched breakfast TV program- the NTV7 Breakfast show=)
Also featured is my soul brather & like a father to me, Malaysia's Best Saxophonist: The one and only JIMMY SAX!
Hugs & Kisses to all!=)

Also, thank you to the crew: camera man, sound engineer, Jessica & Kelvin for the pics & Videos (Dude, i remember i owe u loads of pics but dont worry, i will burn a copy for ya k)
It was definitely one of my most memorable performance on TV with the amazing soundsystem and length of time we were given. Mind ya that song is 7 mins and 22 seconds minus the interview so it was indeed an honored and privileged to be given such priority. Thanks agaAIN!

Anyway, back again to the Studio tmr morning for an Intro track for my album in the Factory, cant wait! & On friday, i would be recording Track 9 which is sort of like the Gemilang 2 song i premiered in Bangkok Jazz last week!=)

Wish me luck and stay tuned ya

Before the show=)

Dennis Lau & Jimmy Sax

Camera man Angle=)*Thanks Kevin*

With Naz & Elaine Daly who interviewed me, thanks mates!

Close up Shot

All smiles for the Camera ya=)

Jessica & Dennis Lau
& Finally....this the Lady herself......*DRUMSROLL............*

KAK INTAN, TERIMA KASIH BANYAK BANYAK YA!=)

Prelude in F minor goes NTV7 Breakfast Show *A Breakthrough for instrumental Music*


Thanks

Peace- Good Music, Better Place

God Bless!

Dennis Lau
www.mosaic.com.my

1 comment:

Creative Mom said...

Hi,
I stumbled upon your blog by chance and am glad i did.

I have a daughter who is now 2 years old and shows great interest in music and has a sense of rhythm.
i was researching on the net on the suzuki method of learning the violin which according to the net can be learnt from 2.5 years onwards and is a fun way of learning the violin for very young kids.
However, the problem is that I dont know any Suzuki violin teacher here in KL.
Also, am unsure about whether the classical violin method is better than the Suzuki method.

I am a total layman mother when it comes to the violin.

I would appreciate if you can recommend anyone here in KL who can teach my daughter violin.

1) Would u have any contact address/email id of anyone who is a good Suzuki teacher in KL, Malaysia teaching violin.

2) What is the best age to learn violin via suzuki method?

Thanks a lot if you can help in anyway possible, :)

Regards,
Yaggya
yaggyaseni@gmail.com