Theresa Yun Sze Lo has come up with a new album for fans of classical music and string quartets which will release on June 18, 2021. Her album is unique for a number of reasons, one of the reasons being the division of emotions in the album. Each emotion is a movement and has a deep rooted and well explained story behind it.
Movement one is called “Happiness.” Living in Vancouver often makes Theresa feel energetic and excited. It is because this city provides her with opportunities she had never imagined. Theresa associates happiness with Vancouver. She wrote this movement to spread happiness among the listeners of her music.
Movement two is called “Betrayal” and is divided into three sections. Even though living in Vancouver provides Theresa with opportunities, there are always ups and downs that we must face in life. Occasionally, some events may make us upset or furious. In this movement, Theresa shares a scenario of two good friends who ended up becoming strangers.
Movement three is called “Interestedness” and revolves around interesting things that can be done and found in Vancouver. Theresa highlights how there are lots of interesting activities in Vancouver and how she feels about them.
The music pieces were generated by a composition and notation software using the software’s own sound library. The music is composed by Theresa herself.
There are few music pieces that Theresa is working on now, one of them is Ave Verum Corpus in Cantonese version with different melody and arrangement. She is also working on other music projects including kids’ song music, pop music and Christmas songs.
Look out for Theresa’s upcoming album by following her on her social media handles. The artist is more than welcome to constructive opinions and wants her fans to reach out to her with their feedback and comments.
Creative Projects by Theresa is a sole proprietorship and also a brand name for Theresa Yun Sze Lo’s music composition. With more than 10 years of experience in the Christian music industry, Theresa has built her foundation of Christian music through playing as a church pianist in a local church in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. By building up her ability as a musician, Theresa’s composition ability is first inspired by the book “How to Compose, Improvise, and “Fancy-up” a Tune” by Dan Starr in 2018. She became a newly started music composer who is looking for opportunities to introduce her music to the world.
Home Page: https://www.cpbytheresa.ca