Love For All Seasons: A Charity Concert

Love For All Seasons

A Charity Concert Presented by Alzheimer’s Disease Association 

Thursday, 25 October 2018 (7:30pm to 9.30pm)

The Esplanade Singapore – Theatres on the Bay
Recital Studio (Level 2)
1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981

Concert Ticket
Donate $50.00 to ADA and receive a concert ticket
(Free Seating)
Donations are eligible for 2.5 times of tax deduction.

Entitled “Love for All Seasons”, this fundraising charity concert hopes to raise funds for ADA’s programmes and services. Performed by music veterans Angela Saik, Robert Wesley Seng and Donnie Chan, this three-piece band will be belting out well-loved melodies of yesteryears in Mandarin, Cantonese and English. Their beautiful renditions will guarantee you to an awesome and captivating night!


This concert is also extended to persons with dementia and their caregivers; allowing them to reconnect with the community while enjoying the familiar melodies. Did you know that this is also a form of reminiscence therapy for persons with dementia? Music plays a huge part of bringing back memories that can provide comfort and joy; enabling people to live well with dementia.

This fundraising initiative also aims to create awareness to reduce stigma and understanding of dementia, with the aim of enabling and integrating persons with dementia in our society.

Donate $50.00 to ADA and receive a concert ticket to “Love for All Seasons”. Donations are eligible for 2.5 times of tax deduction.

Net proceeds will go towards funding for ADA’s operations, programmes and services to support families on their caregiving journeys and provide subsidies for those who cannot keep up with the heavy cost of care.

To purchase tickets, please call 6389 5103.
Alternatively, send an email to
Purchase your tickets by 19 October 2018.

The Performers

Angela Saik Yi Mei (Vocalist)

Angela is a banker by profession with more than 16 years’ of experience in the wealth management industry in Malaysia and Singapore. She discovered the passion for singing at the age of 4 when she lived in a shophouse located above a music record shop. She was once part of an all-women acapella group, Lit. While pursuing her banking career, she continues to organise and perform for charities, corporate and private functions.

Donnie Chan Kok Weng (Vocalist & Guitarist)

Emerging as the winner of a local singing contest back in 2001, Donnie has established himself as a versatile veteran in the mandarin and canto-pop music scene in this region.

He is a popular performer in the Singapore music scene and regularly performs in cafes, pubs, weddings and corporate events. In 2002, Donnie had the privilege of singing the theme song for Jack Neo’s movie titled “I Not Stupid”.

In 2009, he was invited to perform at Esplanade’s Tribute to Leslie Cheung. In 2011, Donnie sang with the Summertimes Big Band at Esplanade Concert Hall for their Beautiful Sunday Mother’s Day series.

Robert Wesley Seng (Pianist & Music Arranger)

Robert is certainly no stranger to the Singapore and international music scenes. Having been in the music industry for over 30 years, Robert has arranged and composed music for local and international artistes such as Sammi Cheng, Jeff Chang, Cass Phang, Andy Lau and more.

If you would like to make a donation or sponsorship, click here for more information. Send a crossed cheque made payable to “Alzheimer’s Disease Association”. Do include your NRIC or UEN Number, full name, contact number and indicate “Love for All Seasons” on the back of your cheque for tax exemption purposes.

Please mail the required documents to:
Fundraising Department
Alzheimer’s Disease Association (ADA)
70 Bendemeer Road #06-02 Luzerne Building
Singapore 339940
Attention: Ms Alice Wong

If you would like to register for the concert directly through, click here. Donations are eligible for 2.5 times of tax deduction.

About ADA

Alzheimer’s Disease Association was formed in 1990 because of a growing concern for the needs of persons living with dementia and their caregivers. Through our work, the Association hopes to reduce stigma by increasing awareness and understanding of dementia, enabling and involving persons living with dementia to be integrated and accepted in the community. We also aspire to lead in the quality of dementia care services for persons living with dementia and their families.

As a non-profit organisation, ADA operates with limited resources. We cannot battle dementia alone. Make a donation today! Proceeds will be used to help fund our vital programmes and services that will benefit our persons with dementia and their families.