Tuned to a cause

They sang, danced, played musical instruments and performed their hearts out last night, all for a good cause. More than 150 young people helped raise over $2 million at the annual children's charity concert ChildAid. Harpists from Rave Harpers, a lo
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They sang, danced, played musical instruments and performed their hearts out last night, all for a good cause. More than 150 young people helped raise over $2 million at the annual children's charity concert ChildAid. Harpists from Rave Harpers, a local ensemble, opened the concert, alongside 11-year-old guzheng student Sylvia Tan (right). The money was raised for The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund, which helps needy students, and the Business Times Budding Artists Fund. With the theme, Living Dreams, ChildAid 2016 is a celebration of youth inspired to pursue their dreams despite personal challenges. The second show is at 7.30pm tonight at Resorts World Sentosa.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 19, 2016, with the headline 'Tuned to a cause'. Print Edition | Subscribe