Wen Hui Tsai is a Taiwanese talented and versatile jazz singer. She graduated with the honor in opera singing and was chose to be one of best young musicians of Taiwan University of Arts.
Wen Hui went to her first jazz concert when she was 21 years old and decided to pursue a career as a professional jazz singer. She took up studies in jazz and started gigging on the Taipei jazz scene, working with o.a. Sizukong. In 2009 she came to Belgium and studied in the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, where she studied with David Linx. She graduated in 2015 and did her post graduate in composition with Diederik Wissels in 2016.
Over these years living in Belgium, she has developed an unique style and has sung in different projects, performing in Taiwan, Japan, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and Poland. She co-lead “Yuan Quintet” with Belgian bassist, Martijn Vanbuel, this quintet has become a promising, well-known jazz quintet in Belgium. After Wen Hui discover her passion in composing, she founded a very special band, “vestige sextet”. Vestige sextet is an unique band which there’s no harmonic instruments but Wen Hui use her voice to form the harmony together with 3 other horn players. Vestige sextet has performed in Belgium and successfully got a big attention to the Belgian jazz scene.
August 2016, Wen Hui participated an international jazz vocal competition, Voicingers. She has been chosen to sing in the semi-finals and to the finals. After the competition, she has been invited to perform concerts in Slovakia.
So far Wen Hui has been singing in Taiwan, Japan, China, The Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Slovakia, Italy, Ireland, Poland….etc. Wen Hui’s debut album “Seekers” duo with Fil Caporali has released in 2019.