Aden starts his musical journey when he was only 13.
In 2014, he graduated with a degree in Business and he had completed his ABRSM music examinations in both practical percussion music and music theory. He continue pursuing the Trinity Guildhall drum kit examinations afterwhich. Constantly pursuing his passion for knowledge of music-making and pedagogy, Aden has also completed several music facilitation trainings by Arthur Hull (Village Music Circle), Kalani Das (Developmental Community Music), Simon Faulkner (Rhythm2Recovery), Mary Kynsh (Music Alive) and Susie Davis & Sarah Brooke (Australia National
Council of Orff Schulwerks).
As an artist, Aden has performed at various events including the 2015 SEA Games Carnival and multiple Singapore National Day Performances over the years. At an international stage, Aden has participated in festivals such as Bell Harbour Summer Festival in Ireland and Buoyeong and Pungmul
Festival South Korea. Through those, picked up knowledge in other indigenous instruments such as the Native American flute and Irish Bodhran.
As an ART Educator, Aden has been the Head Facilitator for many rhythmcentric events and programmes which targets the various populations ranging from young people, Corporate, Special Needs, Youth at risk, elderly setting and public community events. His latest achievement is to facilitate the Largest Drum Circle in the World for Peace & Global Unity in Johore Bahru, Malaysia in 2018 which consist of a total of 200 strong participants.
Whenever I feel stressed or disconnected, I turn to meditation. The practice of meditation has helped calm my mind and dissolve disempowering thoughts into the wind – I would feel more grounded, lighter and ready to face the world. The power is in the breath…
I love the ocean! I love the simple pleasures of life. I love sharing the beauty of life with people.
SPACE2B is a space where I can be myself, and be truly who I am. It is a playground for the senses, where we go on a journey to discover ourselves and meet our truth within.
To live life as it is, and fully enjoy every single moment. We do not know the future, and the past is already bygone. What we have now is the present, and that is all it matters – To be 100% present and embrace our time here.