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ends 17 Jul 2018, 11:59 PM
Join us for the Singapore National Stroke Association (SNSA)'s sixth annual charity event this summer. This year's event, 'A Stroke of Jazz', is a concert of songs from around the world, performed by a jazz quartet of young Singapore-based musicians. They will take us on a journey around the world of jazz, with new interpretations of jazz standards from different cultures, singing in English, French, Portuguese and Mandarin.

SNSA is deeply honoured that our Guest-of-Honour at this event will be the President of the Republic of Singapore, President Halimah Yacob.

The concert features vocalist Tanya Sen, a Soprano whose repertoire includes opera, musical theatre and jazz in several European and Asian languages. She is a graduate of Oxford University, where she received classical training from Bronwen Mills. She also studied at the Bel Canto Institute in Italy and with coaches from the New York Metropolitan Opera. Tanya has performed at solo recitals and concerts in Singapore, India, UAE, UK, and USA. She is an award-winning performer and is passionate about making music to support social impact causes.

This event will bring together diplomats, business organizations and socially conscious people from the Singapore community at large. The aim is to raise awareness of stroke and the many services that SNSA offers for stroke patients and their families in Singapore; as well as to raise funds for our charity.

About the Charity

The Singapore National Stroke Association (SNSA) is the national support group for stroke survivors and caregivers. SNSA was formed by the very people they serve - stroke survivors and caregivers, with guidance from doctors and other health professionals.

SNSA organises programmes and creates opportunities for stroke survivors and their caregivers to acquire relevant knowledge and experience a sense of solidarity on their journey towards holistic rehabilitation.

We engage and educate the public on stroke, its risks, consequences and rehabilitation.

We are the voice and champion of the rights for stroke survivors and their caregivers.


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