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According to our records, Vienna Teng is possibly single. Login to add information, pictures and relationships, join in discussions and get credit for your contributions.has just completed a weeklong run at the New York Musical Festival, including several sold out shows.The disc starts to meander in the second half, but there are enough interesting moments to keep it from wandering too far off-track, such as the ghostly, a cappella "Passage," in which Teng embodies the spirit of a car accident victim who observes the grieving loved ones she left behind.Also noteworthy is a hidden bonus track whose lullaby-like melody, sung in Chinese, is a mesmerizing blend of Western pop music and Eastern language.The album’s eleven original songs show both an amazing lyrical depth and a broad musical scope, which ranges from the perfect pop simplicity of “Whatever You Want” to the stunning musical tour de force of “Ponchartrain.” Clearly her most ambitious work to date, ‘Dreaming Through the Noise’ confirms Vienna Teng as a brilliant young songwriter at the top of her craft.Vienna Teng (born Cynthia Shih) is a Taiwanese-American pianist and singer-songwriter.She currently works full-time as an Engagement Manager with Mc Kinsey & Company in their Denver office, focusing on global energy economics, energy storage and renewable energy integration.It was easy to heap accolades on Vienna Teng's debut recording, Waking Hour, and its impeccable set of songs that overflowed with intelligence and sensitivity.
Breaking the surface with the uneasy strains of "Feather Moon," Teng takes command with a quiet intensity that immediately bests anything from her debut, as her haunting voice beckons to "breathe in, breathe out," bringing to mind Kate Bush's equally spooky "Breathing." Unlike her debut's quiet meditations that tended to bleed into each other, Teng gets positively upbeat on several tracks.
This is a more laid-back collection of songs than her previous albums have been, as though she couldn’t be troubled to rush.
She is a self-assured musician now, and lets the music flow of its own accord, rather than pushing it. Each melody is so confident of itself, so true to its own integrity, that it wouldn’t bear crowding.
Vienna’s score was praised as “delightfully eclectic” and “haunting; the harmonies were complex and memorable.” The studio album of After a successful premiere run in 2013, Vienna’s first musical project with playwright Tanya Shaffer will now be available on a studio recording.
The complete script will also be released to provide context for the songs.
Teng delivers all 11 offerings in a chillingly pure soprano, multitracking her own voice 32 times on the Hurricane Katrina-inspired (if also overlong and ponderous) “Pontchartrain” to achieve something reminiscent of a Latin liturgical piece.