The Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra will perform Symphony No.7, one of Beethoven's finest works, under the baton of chief conductor Gudni Emilsson during the "Beethoven 7" concert.
Piano soloist Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy will perform at the ‘Beethoven 7’ concert at Mahidol University’s College of Music.
It will take place at Mahidol University's College of Music on March 22 at 7pm and March 23 at 4pm.
Joining Emilsson is one of Germany's top piano soloists, Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy, who will be performing Mozart's Piano Concerto In D Minor.
Schmitt-Leonardy is one of the leading pianists of his generation who, since a child, has been winning impressive prizes in international competitions.
He has performed worldwide in renowned concert halls and at international festivals. Among his music partners are the St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, the Philharmonia Hungarica, the Philharmonia of the Nations, the Philharmonie de Lorraine, and the Beethoven Academy Orchestra Krakow.
He is teaching as a full-time professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. His students have won more than 20 prizes in international piano competitions.
Tickets cost 300 and 500 baht (100 baht for students). For reservations, call 02-800-2525_34 ext 153/4 or visit www.thailandphil.com. There's a Salaya Link shuttle bus service from Wong Wian Yai BTS station to the university. The bus will stop at exit No.2 and tickets cost 25 baht. For the shuttle schedule, visit www.music.mahidol.ac.th/salayalink.