Syakirah Noble is a singer-songwriter based in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. She recently graduated with a Bachelor of Music (BMus Hons) degree in Popular Music, with Upper Second Class honours, specializing in vocal studies from the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM), Manchester, United Kingdom. During her time in the UK, Syakirah has performed in renowned venues such as The Deaf Institute, The Manchester Academy 2 and Bridgewater Hall. She’s also recorded in studios such as 80 Hertz, Blueprint Studios and in the prestigious Abbey Road Studios, London.
She has performed in a wide variety of events ranging from high profile performances to live shows on national television. Notably, she joined Mediacorp Suria channel’s reality singing competition, “Anugerah Mengejar Impian” in 2017 and was 1st runner up. She has since been making regular appearances for variety programs on local television in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. She has performed in programs such as “Projek Kasih (The Faith Project)”, a fundraiser held annually for Ain Society, a social service society that supports cancer patients graced by our president, Dr Halimah Yacoob. She was also invited to perform with western/eastern fusion Chinese ensemble; The Teng Ensemble in 2018 at the Singapore Jazz Festival supporting headline acts such as Jamie Cullum, Incognito and Tompi.
In April 2019, she had the honor of performing at a private event graced by the supreme head and current king of Malaysia, Yang di-pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta'in Billah,, where she also sang a duet with Indonesian pop icon, Marcell Siahaans, accompanied by the Selangor Symphony Orchestra.
Her future aspirations are to reach a larger audience with her unique identity and style of original music, fusing jazz, pop, R’N’B and classical elements. In the future, she aspires to become a music mogul and set up a music school to make lessons accessible to children with financial difficulties, as she believes that music is a gift that should truly be accessible to all.