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New fund to promote local music heritage

Monday, January 19, 2015 - 05:50

Launching the Sing50 fund with donors are (front row, left to right from third position) Lee Shi Ruh of Resorts World Sentosa; Jennie Chua, chairman of The Rice Company; Edmund Cheng, chairman of the Sing50 Fund's Board of Trustees; guest of honour Minister of State (MOE & MCI) Sim Ann; and Alvin Tay, editor of The Business Times. (Fifth from right) Irene Ngoo, vice-president, Editorial Projects Unit, English-Malay-Tamil Media group; and Patrick Daniel, editor-in-chief, SPH EMTM group (back row, second from left).


THE rollicking action and visual wonder of Peter Pan: The Never Ending Story formed the backdrop for the launch of the Sing50 Fund, a new fund established to preserve and promote the music of Singapore.

The Sing50 Fund is an initiative of the Sing50 mega-concert organised

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