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Nurturing talent - 10 years and counting

Monday, December 29, 2014 - 05:50

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Kennis Ang playing Debussy's Toccata From Suite Pour Le Piano

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(Above, from left) Syakirah Noble, Jilian Har, Ruth Mathews and Sophia Joe with Right There & Dear No One

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(Above) Shalynna Johari and Aida Zulkifli (with guitar) singing Aida's own composition Pirate Ship

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(Above) Kevin Loh playing Cavatina

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(Above) Opera star Janani Sridhar with O Mio Babbino Caro

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Davy Tan, Alysson Lam, Aaron Lee, Ethan Ong and Zidann Zalizan drumming up a storm with Canteloupe Island & Samba de Janeiro

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(Above) Singing The Supremes' Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart are Daniella M Padre, Ariadna Padron Yassin and Amansia Vergara

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(From left) SPH English and Malay Newspapers Division editor-in-chief Patrick Daniel, SPH chairman Lee Boon Yang, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Lawrence Wong, Mrs Mary Tan and President Tony Tan Keng Yam with the cheque for the amount raised this year

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(Above) Asami Wada from Japan and Kant Kosoltrakul from Thailand performing Sonata No 2, 3rd Movement

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Pianist Abigail Sin and violinist Gabriel Ng delivering Tristan & Isolde Fantasia

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(Above, second from left) Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Lawrence Wong joining in a performance of Thinking Out Loud

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(Above) Six and seven-year-olds from Jitterbugs Swingapore delivering their Cat In The Hat routine

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(Above) Faith Ng and Micaela Rose Lai performing Make You Feel My Love with cellist Aoden Teo

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(Above) The wife of ChildAid's late artistic director Iskandar Ismail, Ernawaty Sorianto, receiving a token of appreciation from Mr Daniel on behalf of her husband

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Emcees (from left) Chang Gah-Kay, Ewan MacRae, Prasheela Ramesh, Leong Su Yean, Natasha Faisal, Chloe Lee, Walter Martzen and Natasha Ann Vokes

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(Above) Clarence Liew performing Suit & Tie

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(Above) Orchestra of the Music Makers providing beautiful music

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(Above) ITE Show Choir hitting the high notes

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(Above) ChildAid's youngest performers trilling a medley of Disney songs

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(Above) One Heart One Voice winning hearts with their voices

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(Above) Farisha Ishak with her song Aligned

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(Above) Renee Yadav playing Walking In The Air on the harp

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(Above) Danzation from The Little Arts Academy strutting their stuff

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(Above) Joshua Goh, Corey Koh and Samuel Yuen, with guitarist Muhammad Syafiq Azman and saxophonist Samuel Phua performing What A Wonderful World

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(Above) representatives of sponsors and partners of ChildAid 2014 with their tokens of appreciation

CHILDAID 2014 was a milestone in so many ways. Firstly, it marked 10 years of efforts by The Business Times and The Straits Times to raise money for two children's charities through the annual concert.

The concert, which showcases the finest young musical talent in the region, raised a

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