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The 24th Kabmongkol Day

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Period:26 Oct 2014 - 26 Oct 2014

Address:Na Phra That Rd., Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200 Thailand

Tel:+662-939-2417, +662-256-4440, +662-224-1342

Service day:Sunday, Service hours: 16:30-20:00

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To mark the 24th Kabmongkol Day, Kabmongkol Thai Classical Dance School will stage a charity performance at the National Theatre on Rachinee Road, on Sunday at 4.30pm.

Held in collaboration with the Thai Red Cross Society, the Thai classical dance show will feature a variety of dances and music, including a blessing dance, Gu Zhueng classical music, a Lop Buri dance, an Asean dance and a lakhon phan thang (traditional dance-drama) rendition of the Saming Phra Ram Battling Kamani episode from the literary classic Rajathiraj.

They will be performed by the school’s current students and alumni, along with special guests such as National Artist Dr Supachai Chansuwan; Acharn Pakorn Pornpisuth, director of the Office of Performing Arts; Acharn Patchara Khunchon Na Ayutthaya and Acharn Wantanee Muangboon.

The school, run by Acharn Tiemkae, Pimkae, Patchara and Dr Kanthima Khunchon Na Ayutthaya, organises the annual Thai classical dance show as a tribute to their late father Lt Gen ML Kab Kunchon Na Ayutthaya, who played a major role in promoting and preserving the culture of Thai classical dance and music.

The show will be presided over by HRH Princess Soamsawali and proceeds will be donated to the Thai Red Cross Society.

Tickets cost 300, 500 and 1,000 baht and can be purchased from Kabmongkol School (call 02-939-2417 or 081-933-9216) and from the National Theatre (call 02-224-1342). Call 02-256-4440.

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A Thai classical dance.

To mark the 24th Kabmongkol Day, Kabmongkol Thai Classical Dance School will stage a charity performance at the National Theatre on Rachinee Road, on Sunday at 4.30pm.

Held in collaboration with the Thai Red Cross Society, the Thai classical dance show will feature a variety of dances and music, including a blessing dance, Gu Zhueng classical music, a Lop Buri dance, an Asean dance and a lakhon phan thang (traditional dance-drama) rendition of the Saming Phra Ram Battling Kamani episode from the literary classic Rajathiraj.

They will be performed by the school’s current students and alumni, along with special guests such as National Artist Dr Supachai Chansuwan; Acharn Pakorn Pornpisuth, director of the Office of Performing Arts; Acharn Patchara Khunchon Na Ayutthaya and Acharn Wantanee Muangboon.

The school, run by Acharn Tiemkae, Pimkae, Patchara and Dr Kanthima Khunchon Na Ayutthaya, organises the annual Thai classical dance show as a tribute to their late father Lt Gen ML Kab Kunchon Na Ayutthaya, who played a major role in promoting and preserving the culture of Thai classical dance and music.

The show will be presided over by HRH Princess Soamsawali and proceeds will be donated to the Thai Red Cross Society.


Tickets cost 300, 500 and 1,000 baht and can be purchased from Kabmongkol School (call 02-939-2417 or 081-933-9216) and from the National Theatre (call 02-224-1342). Call 02-256-4440.

A lakhon phan thang (traditional dance-drama) will be performed.

Location

Na Phra That Rd., Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200 Thailand

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