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Experiencing the healing power of music at Deutsche Bank’s Born to Be charity concert in Singapore

October 2016 │ Singapore

Deutsche Bank charity partners along with staff in Singapore experienced the healing and transformational power of music through the bank’s Born to Be charity concerts in Singapore held on October 1.

The third rendition of the Deutsche Bank-Singapore Chinese Orchestra (SCO) Dream Beyond concert featured performances by Stephanie Ow, a visually impaired erhu player, and the children of Rainbow Centre, a voluntary welfare organisation that caters to the development needs of children with special needs. Deutsche Bank staff volunteers performed along with them and the SCO musicians on stage. The volunteers worked hard behind the scenes and committed long hours to make the concert a success by taking on various roles both on stage and off, including balloon sculpting and making custom maracas during the fringe activities, as well as emceeing, singing and playing handbells on stage.



“It was a perfect blend of excellent orchestra music, powerful vocals of Deutsche Bank singers, and ringing of the handbells by staff and the Rainbow Centre children. The performances were extremely inspiring and moving,” commented an employee who attended the event along with his family.



Philip Lee, Chief Country Officer of Deutsche Bank Singapore, noted that tremendous amount of teamwork and collaboration was required to bring the different elements of the event together. Commending the volunteers, he added:”Dream Beyond is an appropriate theme for the event, as we try to spread the message of hope and promise to those less fortunate than us.”


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