Elaine Wan Chan - Credits

Credits

In 2005, Elaine was invited to write and direct original music for the National Day Parade, 2005 (NDP'05) for the celebration of the Singapore's 40th anniversary of Independence, and is to date the first female composer ever to do so. Collaborating with long time friend Selena Tan, she wrote the song "Reach Out For The Skies", which was performed at the 2005 event by Singapore Idol Taufik Batisah and actress Rui En.

Elaine has also collaborated with Selena Tan to write hits for W!LD RICE's musical productions including Aladdin (2004), CinderellaH! (2003) and the first 3 installments of Dim Sum Dollies amongst many other corporate projects.

Elaine is also a choral music and music theatre composer, arranger and director. Her credits in 2005 include Toy Factory’s Spring Singing, Selena Tan’s Wedding Concert, Singapore Management University’s Anything Goes, the Wild Rice Ball, a performance tour to conduct the NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House Chorus at the Forbidden City Concert Hall and W!LD RICE’s Sleeping Beauty in December 2005.

Other notable credits include a commissioned Temasek Medley which was performed in the June 1998 Singapore Arts Festival by the Singapore Youth Choir. This piece was published by the Boosey & Hawkes publishing company in New York. More theatre credits includes recording and performance of school and church musical productions, Singapore Airlines Flight Fever & Hearts over Heels, Dream Academy Productions’ Island Magic, iTheatre’s 3 men & a boot (2003), Toy Factory’s Morning People (2001), Action Theatre’s Chang and Eng (2000), Rainbow Theatre’s Sayang (2001), Temptations (2000), Drama Box’s Mr Beng & Singapore Lyric Opera’s Grand Opera Gala (1999/2000), I Have a Date with Spring (1999), Singapore Repertory Theatre’s They’re Playing Our Song (1999), Into the Woods (1994) and Godspell (1993, 2002).

She also composed a musical, titled Haven, which premiered on August 4 and 5, 2006 at Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), where she is a music teacher. She also taught in Fairfield Methodist Secondary School as a music teacher.

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