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BSO Classical Concert No.2

800-300 baht/event

Period:27 Mar 2016 - 27 Mar 2016

Address:14, Ratchadaphisek Rd., Huai Khwang, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310 Thailand

Tel:+6622556617/8.

Service day:Sunday, Service hours: 20:00-22:00

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Dutch conductor Wim Steinmann will return to direct the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra during the "BSO Classical Concert No.2" in the small hall of Thailand Cultural Centre, Ratchadaphisek Road, on March 27 at 8pm.

The programme will start with Sergei Prokofiev’s evergreen masterpiece Symphony No.1 In D Major Op 25 — commonly known as the Classical Symphony. While ingeniously imitating the precise style of Haydn and incorporating a wealth of musical material into an extremely compact and lucid structure, the voice of the Russian modernist still comes through clearly in what is considered one of the very first great works of neoclassicism.

Principal BSO French horn Supreeti Ansvananda will be the featured soloist in Mozart’s celebrated Horn Concerto No.4 In E-Flat Major KV 495, its instantly recognisable Rondo finale theme a guaranteed concert-hall favourite. This will be followed after the interval by Mozart’s powerful Overture To Don Giovanni.

The concert will conclude with Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No.101 In D Major, popularly known as The Clock.

Steinmann is a piccolo/flute principal with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, both as member and frequent soloist. He is currently an instrumental professor at the respected Codarts Conservatory Rotterdam.

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Dutch conductor Wim Steinmann will return to direct the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra during the "BSO Classical Concert No.2" in the small hall of Thailand Cultural Centre, Ratchadaphisek Road, on March 27 at 8pm.

The programme will start with Sergei Prokofiev’s evergreen masterpiece Symphony No.1 In D Major Op 25 — commonly known as the Classical Symphony. While ingeniously imitating the precise style of Haydn and incorporating a wealth of musical material into an extremely compact and lucid structure, the voice of the Russian modernist still comes through clearly in what is considered one of the very first great works of neoclassicism.

Principal BSO French horn Supreeti Ansvananda will be the featured soloist in Mozart’s celebrated Horn Concerto No.4 In E-Flat Major KV 495, its instantly recognisable Rondo finale theme a guaranteed concert-hall favourite. This will be followed after the interval by Mozart’s powerful Overture To Don Giovanni.

The concert will conclude with Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No.101 In D Major, popularly known as The Clock.

Steinmann is a piccolo/flute principal with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, both as member and frequent soloist. He is currently an instrumental professor at the respected Codarts Conservatory Rotterdam.

A 2000 graduate of Boston’s New England Conservatory of Music, Supreeti further studied with William Purvis of the famous Orpheus Chamber Orchestra before holding similar positions with Hong Kong Sinfonietta and the Evergreen Symphony Orchestra.

Supreeti currently holds the same post with the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra, while also teaching as a full-time horn instructor at Silpakorn University.


Tickets cost 300, 500 and 800 baht, and can be purchased from Thai Ticket Major (visit thaiticketmajor.com). Visit bangkoksymphony.org or call 02-255-6617/8.

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14, Ratchadaphisek Rd., Huai Khwang, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310 Thailand

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