Trying not to sneeze on stage

Tan Su-Hui (above) plays the guzheng while Su-Min plays the zhongruan.Tan Su-Hui (above) plays the guzheng while Su-Min plays the zhongruan.

(5 January 2016, Tuesday) Twins Sophy Tan Su-Hui and Clara Tan Su-Min have followed identical music career trajectories since they were eight years old. The sisters, 25, who are better known by their Chinese names, joined their primary school’s Chinese orchestra and went on to read music at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. They recently completed their master’s in music with a major in performance at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music.

Life speaks to the pair, who are single, ahead of the Heroines Of Plucked Strings concert on Saturday, where they will duet on their instruments – Su-Min, the elder, on the zhongruan, a type of Chinese stringed instrument, and Su-Hui on the Chinese zither, the guzheng.

Tan Su-Hui plays the guzheng while Su-Min (above) plays the zhongruan.

Tan Su-Hui plays the guzheng while Su-Min (above) plays the zhongruan.

Media: The Straits Times, Life, Page D4

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