Electro-pop talent joins hands with W Hotels in upcoming music series

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The first guest music curator for W Hotels in China is performer Chace. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

China's next-generation musician, Chace, who has already made waves in the international music scene, will be taking the stage at W Hotels in China. W Hotels Worldwide has welcomed him as the guest music curator for its musical event, #WMUSICSERIES, starting in December and ending in February.

A promising artist from Shanghai, Chace was the first Chinese artist to perform at the Tomorrowland Music Festival in Belgium at the age of 17. After several years' international touring, Chace and other two musicians, Xiao Jun and An Yu, formed the alternative rock band, Mandarin, and competed on the hit Chinese TV show Summer of Bands.

"Music connects us all. It's a common language that we share," Chace said. "I experienced that as a DJ from China, working with some amazing talents in the music industry overseas. I look forward to working with W Hotels to curate and deliver a fresh new/next music experience for fans across China."

"W Hotels have always been a platform for emerging visionaries in the music industry worldwide. Our collaboration with Chace will amplify the W music experience for our Next Gen guests," said Jennie Toh, vice-president of brand marketing and brand management, Marriott International in Asia Pacific.

Chace will kick-off the China #WMUSICSERIES by spinning tunes at the new W Chengdu on Dec 1, and the next three months continuing in Xi'an, Suzhou, and Shanghai.

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