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Period:02 Oct 2014 - 04 Oct 2014

Address:477, Si Ayuthaya Rd., Sam Sen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400 Thailand

Tel:+662-247-0123

Service day:Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Service hours: 19:00-22:00

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Frank Sinatra, Liza Minnelli and The Beatles are among the artists and bands that provided the inspiration for Kamala Sukosol’s upcoming charity concert “Icons”.

Set for three nights, from Oct 2-4, the charity concert extravaganza will see Kamala, a Thai icon in her own right, performing a medley of her songs and covers of other musicians.

As in previous years, her family will join her on stage. Audiences can look forward to her daughter, Marisa Sukosol Nunbhakdi, demonstrating her vocal range on Let It Go from the film Frozen, as part of a musical homage to Walt Disney. Her son, Noi Krissada, will bring his trademark energy to Michael Jackson’s Man In The Mirror and Smooth Criminal.

Another talented son, Sukie Kamolsukosol, will showcase his latest venture into electronic dance music with a new track called Forever Young. Audiences will be among the first in Thailand to meet his newest creation, Monkey Disco Boy.

Fans of Thai music will love special guest Dolchai Boonyaratavej’s version of a Thongchai “Bird” McIntyre classic, as well as delight in a marvellous mother-daughter medley from Cabaret, supported by Bangkok’s finest big band orchestra under the direction of Piti Kayoonpan. There will also be choral renditions of The Beatles’ Hey Jude and Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, led by Tanee Poonsuwan.

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Frank Sinatra, Liza Minnelli and The Beatles are among the artists and bands that provided the inspiration for Kamala Sukosol’s upcoming charity concert “Icons”.

Set for three nights, from Oct 2-4, the charity concert extravaganza will see Kamala, a Thai icon in her own right, performing a medley of her songs and covers of other musicians.

As in previous years, her family will join her on stage. Audiences can look forward to her daughter, Marisa Sukosol Nunbhakdi, demonstrating her vocal range on Let It Go from the film Frozen, as part of a musical homage to Walt Disney. Her son, Noi Krissada, will bring his trademark energy to Michael Jackson’s Man In The Mirror and Smooth Criminal.

Another talented son, Sukie Kamolsukosol, will showcase his latest venture into electronic dance music with a new track called Forever Young. Audiences will be among the first in Thailand to meet his newest creation, Monkey Disco Boy.

Fans of Thai music will love special guest Dolchai Boonyaratavej’s version of a Thongchai “Bird” McIntyre classic, as well as delight in a marvellous mother-daughter medley from Cabaret, supported by Bangkok’s finest big band orchestra under the direction of Piti Kayoonpan. There will also be choral renditions of The Beatles’ Hey Jude and Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, led by Tanee Poonsuwan.

Further spicing up the evening will be a performance of Spain’s iconic flamenco by dancers from the Aree School of Dance Arts and up-and-coming stars who Kamala predicts will go on to greatness.

Kamala will also perform her newest song The Grand Finale as a duet with Noi, who wrote the music, with lyrics by Boyd Kosiyabong, who will make an appearance.

“Icons” will be held in the Kamolthip Ballroom of The Sukosol Hotel, Si Ayutthaya Road, on Oct 2 and Oct 4 at 8pm and Oct 3 at 7pm.

Tickets for Oct 2 and Oct 4 performances cost 1,000-2,500 baht (500 baht for students) and 40,000 and 45,000 baht per table of 10 for the gala dinner show on Oct 3. All proceeds will go to the Princess Sirindhorn Chulalongkorn Craniofacial Center.


Call 02-247-0123.

Kamala Sukosol.
Marisa Sukosol Nunbhakdi.
 
Sukie Kamolsukosol.
Noi Krissada.

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477, Si Ayuthaya Rd., Sam Sen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400 Thailand

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