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Pro Musica 2016 Classical Concert for Charity

900-2,900 baht/event

Period:16 Jan 2016 - 16 Jan 2016

Address:Mae Rim-Samoeng Old Rd., Rim Tai, Mae Rim, Chiang Mai 50180 Thailand

Tel:+6653-298-181

Service day:Saturday, Service hours: 17:30-19:00

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The celebrated Pro Musica Ensemble will fill the night air of the Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai with the exquisite music of Mozart, Debussy and Beethoven during the “Pro Musica 2016 Classical Concert for Charity” on Saturday at 5.30pm.

Set to delight the audience will be violinist Tasana Nagavajara, one of Southeast Asia’s leading maestros and flautist Worapon Kanweerayothin, principal flautist of the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra.

Joining them as guest artist will be viola player Roland Baldini, former professor for violin and chamber music at the Hochschule für Musik und Theatre in Leipzig, Germany.

The evening programme will feature Mozart’s Duo For Violin And Viola In G Major, Debussy’s Syrinx For Flute Solo, Beethoven’s Serenade In D Major For Flute, Violin And Viola and Sarata For Violin Solo composed by Thailand’s own outstanding composer Narongrit Dhamabutra.

The ensemble and Baldini will give another dinner concert featuring the same repertoire at Dusit Thani Hua Hin in Prachuap Khiri Khan on Jan 22 at 6.30pm.

- Tickets for the Jan 16 concert cost 990 baht, including cocktails and 2,900 baht including Italian dinner, with all proceeds donated to the Provincial Red Cross Chapter of Chiang Mai.
Email fb.chiangmai@fourseasons.com or call 053-298-181.

- Tickets for the Jan 22 performance cost 1,600 and 1,800 baht, including dinner (500 baht for the show only).
Email dthhfb@dusit.com or call 032-520-009 ext 2013.

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The celebrated Pro Musica Ensemble will fill the night air of the Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai with the exquisite music of Mozart, Debussy and Beethoven during the “Pro Musica 2016 Classical Concert for Charity” on Saturday at 5.30pm.

Set to delight the audience will be violinist Tasana Nagavajara, one of Southeast Asia’s leading maestros and flautist Worapon Kanweerayothin, principal flautist of the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra.

Joining them as guest artist will be viola player Roland Baldini, former professor for violin and chamber music at the Hochschule für Musik und Theatre in Leipzig, Germany.

The evening programme will feature Mozart’s Duo For Violin And Viola In G Major, Debussy’s Syrinx For Flute Solo, Beethoven’s Serenade In D Major For Flute, Violin And Viola and Sarata For Violin Solo composed by Thailand’s own outstanding composer Narongrit Dhamabutra.

The ensemble and Baldini will give another dinner concert featuring the same repertoire at Dusit Thani Hua Hin in Prachuap Khiri Khan on Jan 22 at 6.30pm.


- Tickets for the Jan 16 concert cost 990 baht, including cocktails and 2,900 baht including Italian dinner, with all proceeds donated to the Provincial Red Cross Chapter of Chiang Mai. Email fb.chiangmai@fourseasons.com or call 053-298-181.

- Tickets for the Jan 22 performance cost 1,600 and 1,800 baht, including dinner (500 baht for the show only). Email dthhfb@dusit.com or call 032-520-009 ext 2013.

Location

Mae Rim-Samoeng Old Rd., Rim Tai, Mae Rim, Chiang Mai 50180 Thailand

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