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"Huai Ku" was written in 1976 with the composer giving its world premiere in Singapore. It's many colours and characters ranging from coy to fiendish makes this work one of his most popular.


"Fantasia of Insects" for orchestra by Kam Kee Yong

World Premiere of "Fantasia of Insects" by award-winning Singaporean composer, Kam Kee Yong. Singapore Symphony conducted by Darrell Ang, recorded live at the Esplanade Concert Hall, Singapore, November 2010.


"Lao Jiang Xing" for violin and orchestra by Kam Kee Yong
World premiere of Kam Kee Yong's "Lao Jiang Xing" for violin and orchestra with violinist Ning Kam and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra conducted by Darrell Ang live at the Esplanade Concert Hall, November 2010.


"A Tranquil Night" for violin, harp and strings by Kam Kee Yong
World premiere of Kam Kee Yong's "A Tranquil Night" for violin, harp and strings with violinist, Ning Kam and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra conducted by Darrell Ang live at the Esplanade Concert Hall, November 2010.


"The Surpassing Beauty" for violin and orchestra by Kam Kee Yong
World premiere of Kam Kee Yong's "The Surpassing Beauty" for violin and orchestra with violinist, Ning Kam and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra conducted by Darrell Ang live at the Esplanade Concert Hall, November 2010.


"Kuang Xiang Qu" for violin and orchestra by Kam Kee Yong
World premiere of Kam Kee Yong's "Kuang Xiang Qu" for violin and orchestra with violinist, Ning Kam and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra conducted by Darrell Ang live at the Esplanade Concert Hall, November 2010.


"The River" for symphony orchestra by Kam Kee Yong
World premiere of Kam Kee Yong's "The River" with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Darrell Ang live at the Esplanade Concert Hall, November 2010.