The expression “the world is her stage” means exactly what it says when it comes to singer, songwriter, musician, award-winner, Olympic torch-bearer,  superstar of concerts, films and musicals, the multi-lingual, multi-talented Karen Mok.

Eurasian Karen, who has Chinese heritage but also Welsh, Persian and German blood, is from Hong Kong by birth, but in reality she’s from everywhere. In a hugely accomplished career, Karen has repeatedly proved that she’s one of the most distinguished Oriental talents of her generation, but now she’s set to cross the bridge between east and west as never before, on her new album, and first English-language jazz recording, “Somewhere I Belong”.

Karen Mok Somewhere I Belong

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With Karen’s sophisticated approach and with her unique background, this is “jazz, but with a bit of a Chinese approach,” as she describes it. It features an eclectic selection of interpretations plus two Chinese songs (one traditional, one written by Mok herself). The broad palette of “Somewhere I Belong” runs all the way from Cole Porter to Portishead, from Chris Isaak to Sting and from George Gershwin to the Beatles.

And just today, our friends from Universal Music Malaysia have confirmed that Karen Mok will be in town from 13th to 16th April to promote “Somewhere I Belong”:

Karen Mok “Somewhere I Belong” Autograph Session

  • Date: 13th April 2013 ( Saturday)
  • Time: 8pm
  • Venue: Upper Atrium, Level UG, Paradigm Mall

Karen Mok “Somewhere I Belong” Fans Gathering (By Invitation Only)

  • Date: 14th April 2013 (Sunday)
  • Time: 3pm
  • Venue: Hibiscus Room, Level 10, Doubletree Hotel by Hilton

Karen Mok Somewhere I Belong Malaysia

For more information, visit Universal Music Malaysia’s official website.

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