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For those who are curious how the song singing is carried out, EO Horizons is special in such a way that it also differs from other schools supporting the Deaf.
“Our singing style is totally different from the other schools, and is well-liked by the public,” Lily said. “They are touched by the performances and I enjoy it especially since I will get to perform ‘Crying in the Rain’
Lily will be performing the solo portion in xylophone and song-signing with group showcases by youths and volunteers. Youths from Ngee Ann Polytechnic will also be part of the performance.
Audience participation is the highlight of EO Horizon’s showcases. Not only do the audiences get to enjoy showcases popular songs but also Christmasy tunes such as ‘Jingle Bell Rock’, audience will be taught simple signs so that there can be participation.
“Apart from audience participation, we will show another song that is created by two bands ExtraoOrdinary Horizons – Youth Deaf Generation and Black Force as the first collaboration for our first project, Project Deaf Cambodia 2013,” Lily explained.
“This project is led by the group of 15 Deaf and Hearing youths to empower their Deaf peers in Cambodia in entrepreneurship skills.”
Sounds like a collaborative effort that screams ‘TEAM WORK’ to us. Don’t you think it will make an enjoyable and meaningful evening especially during the holiday season?