Member - Choral Directors' Association (Singapore)
Adyll honed his musicianship and singing in numerous award-winning choirs such as the National University of Singapore (NUS) Choir, The Vocal Consort, Singapore and SYC Ensemble Singers. Under the tutelage of his vocal teacher Thomas Kuek, Adyll attained a distinction in ATCL Recital in Singing as well as an Advanced Performance Certificate from Trinity College London. In 2013, he attained a Diploma in Conducting from London College of Music. Most recently in 2015, he attained an ALCM in Conducting from London College of Music.
In 2012, Adyll received the Tan Ean Kiam Arts award from NUS Centre for the Arts, which honours individuals who have contributed significantly to the arts community as alumni of NUS. As music director of the National University of Singapore Society (NUSS) Choir since 2013, he has worked with the choir to attain both a Gold award in the Senior Category as well as the Golden Voices Award for the most inspiring choir at the 2nd Asia Cantate held in Hong Kong in June 2014.
In the past few years at the Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation, Adyll’s choirs have achieved Certificate of Distinction across all 3 levels of school choirs - primary school, secondary school and junior college. He is currently the choral conductor of Montfort Secondary School Chorale, Pei Hwa Secondary School Choir, Bedok South Secondary School Choir, Greendale Chorale, Henderson Secondary School Choir, Serangoon Junior College Choir, Jurong Primary School Choir and Boon Lay Garden Primary School Choir.
Apart from his commitment towards school choirs, Adyll also directs The Graduate Singers (TGS), a semi-professional choral ensemble, which was founded in 2010. TGS has lent its voice to various causes such as Dialogue in The Dark (2013) and Giving Tuesday (2014) while its overseas endeavours include performing Handel’s Messiah alongside 200 other voices at the iconic Lincoln Centre. Most notably, the choir was privileged to have staged a concert at the beautiful St Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City (2013).