Singapore's T'ang Quartet celebrates its 25th anniversary with the launch of Trampled Souls, its third album in over a decade.
Trampled Souls showcases a diverse combination of styles, ranging from sheer darkness to fantasy to quirkiness. The common theme of darkness, albeit in varying forms, running through the pieces gives rise to the album title. It reflects the Quartet's perspective of works that have shaped them over the years, collectively and individually.
Join the T'ang Quartet in their first-ever public performance of Trampled Souls on Sunday, 30 July at one of Singapore's historic national monuments, the Armenian Church. Gazetted in 1973, the architectural masterpiece is a tribute to the Armenian community in Singapore.