Six groups of pop singer from mainland China, Taiwan, Korea and Malaysia will jointly take to the stage at The Venetian Macao's Cotai Arena for the I Want Music "ENERGY" concert in Macao.
Following I Want Music "Cool" concert in Macao was successfully held in 2014, the upgraded version of the 2015 concert is themed as "ENERGY". The popular K-pop male group INFINITE and Block B will wow the audience with magnificent costumes and exciting choreography. Taiwan hits from Aaron Yan and Calvin Chen; Talented Mandopop singer-songwriter Gary Chaw and legendary diva Na Ying, these singers will bring their talents and repertoires to the stage for a night of musical entertainment that will not soon be forgotten.
MOP 1680 (VIP Reserve)
MOP 1280 (A Reserve)
MOP 880 (B Reserve)
MOP 680 (C Reserve)
MOP 380 (D Reserve)
Ticket limit = 8 tickets per person
Note: All purchasers must adhere to this ticket limit. Orders exceeding the ticket limit may be cancelled without notice by Cotai Ticketing™ in its discretion. This includes duplicate orders having the same name, billing address or credit card.
Gary Chaw was born on 9 July 1979 in Kota Belud, Sabah, Malaysia, also known as Gary Cao or Cao Ge. He is a Malaysian Chinese Golden Melody Awards singer-songwriter based in Taiwan, who has had achieved success in Taiwan, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Singapore. He is renowned for his stage presence, wide vocal range, and rich voice. In addition, he composes for himself and other singers.
In 2010 he joined BMA and has since been dubbed "Asia Best Male Singer" by the media. His most recent concert tour of Asia, "Welcome to mMy World" was a great success. Chaw is renowned for his impressive vocal range. He has often covered songs that ranged from tenor, such as "Moon River", to songs that are mezzo-soprano range, such as "Ting Hai". Including chest and mix voices, his vocal range is from G3 to C6. He also sang "My Way" by Frank Sinatra switching between low tenor to countertenor range.
In 2008 he composed and sang a song for the 2008 Beijing Olympics that was released in a Rock records CD called "Far away". The album was titled after the song he composed. Other Rock Records artists that took part include Genie Zhuo, 2moro, Alien Huang, Tracy Zhou and various others.
In 2006 Chaw won Hong Kong TVB8's Best Newcomer Singer award. His big break occurred with the release of his Mandarin version of Karyn White's 1988 song "Superwoman". With this song, he won the Best Mandarin Male singer in the 19th Golden Melody Awards. Since then he has released a number of albums.
Gary has written some chart-topping songs in Taiwan sung by S.H.E, Cyndi Wang, and Aaron Kwok (Aaron already had accepted songs written by him as early as his first EP, before Gary even started his career back in Malaysia). In a recent interview with MTV, Chaw admitted (fluently in English) that he is a shy guy who does not express himself well through words but relatively well enough in the songs he sings. His early influences came from admiration of Stevie Wonder and R. Kelly.
Built with over 4 levels - Event level, Main Concourse, Upper Concourse and the VIP level, the design flexibility of Cotai Arena has been delivering thousands of stage performance by international renowned artists, a wide range of entertainment and sporting events year around. Seating capacity of Cotai Arena is from 2,000 to 13,500. Teamed with versatile 360 degree seating the Arena provides patrons with an exciting event experience and the best-undisturbed sightlines in Macau.