Famous Swiss guitarist Christoph Denoth is in town and ready to deliver an evening of classical guitar recital in front of Thai audiences at 140 Wireless, corner of Witthayu Road and Sarasin Road, tomorrow Oct 12 at 8pm.
Presented by the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra Foundation in collaboration with the Embassy of Switzerland, this is the first time Denoth will perform in Bangkok where he will also be touring at different locations.
Denoth is a regular soloist with chamber orchestras and ensembles such as the Nouvel Ensemble Contemporain, the Offenburger Streichtrio, and the Sacconi Quartet.
He played solo recitals in the Carnegie Hall (Weill Hall) in New York, Wigmore Hall and Kings Place in London, as well as the Mozarteum in Salzburg.
He studied classical guitar at the music academies of Basel, Lucerne, and Zurich and attended master classes with Pepe Romero and others. He trained as a concert guitarist with Oscar Gighlia in Basel and was given several international awards.
He is regularly invited to teach master classes and lectures at universities and music academies all over the world.
He concentrates to enrich the guitar's repertoire with new works, as well as expanding the tonal and dynamic range of the concert guitar. His repertoire focuses on music ranging from the Renaissance to the present day.
Joining him as guest vocalists for the show will be Pichamon Mookmaneekun, Pariyachart Sitthidamrongkarn and Chanakan Amarangkun.
Tickets cost 1,200 baht including a cocktail reception at 7pm. Call 02-255-6617/8 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.