A youth orchestra tunes to Russian classics at the Hotel Sathon
Live music is buzzing again as Bangkok returns to where it was before the pandemic.
After playing two weeks in Phuket, the famous youth orchestra Siam Sinfonietta will perform audience-pleasing classics Swan Lake, Nutcracker, Night on Bald Mountainby Rimsky Korsakov Flight of the Bumblebee, and more Russian vigils are part of his From Russia with love concert series.
It will start on Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Banyan Tree Hotel in the Sathon district.
Tickets are available online for THB 1,000 per person, while couples or trios can get them for THB 800. Tickets for groups of four or more are discounted at THB 600 per person.
Snacks will be available at the Banyan Tree and ticket holders will receive coupons for hotel restaurants.
Somtow, 69, will also lead the group on February 7 at the SF Cinema in The central world for theatrical release The Maestro: A Symphony of Terroran upcoming film he wrote and produced that was directed by Friese-Greene Club owner Paul Spurrier.
Founded in 2010, Siam Sinfonietta is an award-winning youth orchestra and the show will be conducted by founding maestro Somtow Sucharitkul and composer-conductor Trisdee na Patalung.