Singapore has long been a popular location for live music and the past few months have seen some of world’s biggest bands performing here, including Coldplay, Guns & Roses and Santana. It’s the growth of events like the recent Singapore International Jazz Festival, however, that reveals how diverse the musical offerings are in this dynamic city-state. In this photo essay, Indonesian photographer, Wisnu Haryo Yudhanto, captures some of best moments of the weekend in an event that featured some of the biggest names in jazz, including David Foster, Chaka Khan, Incognito, Youssou NDour, Corinne Bailey Rae, Esperanza Spalding and Basement Jaxx.
The Outdoor Stage at MBS.
Closing off the Main Stage and this year’s spectacular Sing Jazz festivities was the highly anticipated David Foster. A Beethoven of today’s generation and the mastermind behind some of the world’s greatest superstars including Michael Jackson, Madonna, Barbara Streisand, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Andrea Bocelli, Michael Buble and Josh Groban.
One of the world’s best singers, Chaka Khan took the audience to a whole new world of happiness with classic songs like ‘Ain’t Nobody,’ ‘Through The Fire’ and ‘I’m Every Woman.’
Needing no introduction, Brian McKnight has earned himself a spot in contemporary music history, creating some of music’s most memorable ballads like ‘Back at One,’ ‘One Last Cry’ and ‘Anytime.’
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