HRH Princess Soamsawali will be attending "A Classical Music Performance in Commemoration of the Late HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana", a concert co-organised by the Department of Cultural Promotion and the Fund for Classical Music Promotion, of which Princess Galyani was the patron. It will take place in the Thailand Cultural Centre's small auditorium this Thursday, starting at 7.30pm.
The concert will feature Thai soprano Zion Daoratanahong who will be giving renditions of Si mi chiamanomimi from Puccini's La Boheme and Gretchen am spinnrade by Schubert. Also taking part will be pianist Kimball Gallagher, a native of Boston who holds a master's degree in music from New York's Juilliard School. He has been hailed by critics as a "dynamo" and capable of performances described as "sunlit and rapturous" and "like a lightning bolt". Gallagher's sold-out 2008 debut at Carnegie Hall launched his international concert tour which seeks to revive salon culture through the giving of 88 performances in a variety of intimate venues. This unique four-year tour continues to gain momentum with performances in private homes throughout the United States and distinguished venues all over the world.
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