Fish Leong becomes first Malaysian to perform at New York’s Lincoln Centre

Fish Leong performs in front of a sold-out crowd at the Lincoln Centre in New York December 4, 2016. — TheHive.Asia pic
Fish Leong performs in front of a sold-out crowd at the Lincoln Centre in New York December 4, 2016. — TheHive.Asia pic

NEW YORK, Dec 9 — What a proud moment!

Malaysian Chinese singer Fish Leong (梁靜茹) managed to leave her mark on the renowned Lincoln Centre for the Performing Arts, which has been a magnet for famous figures all over the world!

The 38-year-old singer wrapped up her Tu T’appelles L’amour 2016 tour in New York at the Lincoln Centre after touring eight countries including Malaysia.

Leong who gained fame in several Asian countries including Taiwan, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan, performed to a sold-out crowd at the Lincoln Centre in New York on Sunday (December 4) and she was the first Malaysian Chinese singer to perform at the famed venue.

“This is a dream come true! I feel so proud (of this achievement) and it is so meaningful for my music career,” Leong said, as quoted by Star2.

Leong also brought along Malaysian musicians Mac Chew and Jenny Chin to accompany her during the three-hour show.

Lincoln Centre is a renowned performing arts centre known for hosting many internationally and nationally notable shows.

The venue was also featured in Pitch Perfect where the final a capella competition takes place. — TheHive.Asia

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