Special Concert to Raise Funds for SAAC
Cantate Domino, which translates to ‘Sing To The Lord’, is an interdenominational ensemble of experienced choristers that has raised funds for many churches and organisations in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.
This year, we are privileged to have them perform a special benefit concert for us, and raise funds for our services to people with autism. The concert will feature guest conductor Eudy Palaruan, pianist Serena Lai and harpist Dora Lim, and classic hymns like His Robe for Mine, Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus, How Great Thou Art, and more choral favourites.
It will be held at Chapel of Christ the Redeemer on Saturday, 28 September 2019, at 7.00pm. Admission is complimentary. We are hoping to raise $50,000 through donations for SAAC, which will be taken at the end of the concert. You may also make donations through this page on giving.sg.
We have a capacity of 600 seats. Please reserve your seats by filling the required details in this online form. Reservations are on a first come first served basis.
Eudy is an associate professor at the School of Church Music of the Singapore Bible College, and choral director of the Singapore Symphony Chorus.
Pianist — Selena Lai
Selena was a member of the Singapore Youth Orchestra. She furthered her studies under several renowned musicians in Sydney and Boston and joined the Singapore Symphony Orchestra upon her return. She now maintains her own private teaching studio and is actively involved in various musical projects.
Dora recently completed her Master of Music at the Royal College of Music (London), where she studied the harp with Daphne Boden and Imogen Barford. She has given solo, ensemble, chamber and orchestral performances around the world, including Singapore, France, Taiwan and the United Kingdom.
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While there will be a collection at the end of the concert, you don't have to wait till then to support this project. If you wish to, you may make donations toward the $50,000 target through this page on giving.sg,