The Bangkok Symphony Orchestra (BSO) welcomes two talented conductors to Bangkok this month. The first concert features Canadian conductor Charles Olivieri-Munroe from the Krakow Philharmonic Orchestra, who will perform selections from Beethoven which include Overture Consecration of the House, Piano Concerto No. 4, and Symphony No. 3 Eroica, featuring the skilled pianist Marcela Fiorillo. The concert takes place in the Main Hall of the Thailand Cultural Centre (14 Thiam Ruam Mit Rd). Tickets are priced at B400, B800, B1,200, B1,600, and B2,000, and the performance begins at 8pm.
For the second in its international conductor series, the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra (BSO) welcomes Martin André, the only conductor to have performed for all the major British opera companies. This maestro will delight audiences with a selection Russian ballet music, accompanied by the talented ballerina Inna Bilash and other dancers from Russia’s Perm Ballet Company. The performance takes place in the Main Hall of the Thailand Cultural Centre (14 Thiam Ruam Mit Rd). Tickets are priced at B500, B1,000, B1,500, B2,000, and B2,500, and the performance begins at 8pm.