The Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra will pay homage to His Majesty the late King Bhumibol and his compositions alongside the Manohra Ballet at the Thailand Cultural Centre on October 20.
The Suthiwararam Marching Band, Sarun Kungbunpot, Chatthawan Teepsuwan, Wethaka Wasurat, Nantida Kaewbuasai, Kanda Witthayanuparpyuenyong, Kittinant Chinsamran and the Chulalongkorn University Concert Choir will perform.
Seats cost Bt400 to Bt2,000 at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.
Swing for the King
The Dutch Swing College Band will honour His Majesty King Bhumibol with sets of traditional Dixieland in Quartier Park at the EmQuartier tomorrow through Monday (October 13-15). There’s no admission charge.
Dr Pathorn Srikaranonda, Saowanit “Kob” Nawaphan, the Jazzminions and KU Wind will join Peter Schilperoort’s Dutch outfit for the shows.
Worth singing about
Music-streaming service Spotify is celebrating its first anniversary in Thailand with the concert “Spotify on Stage” at Centrepoint Studio on Sukhumvit Soi 105 (Soi Lasalle) on October 20.
Norwegian producer-DJ Alan Walker, English singer-songwriter Anne-Marie, Korean-American singer-songwriter Eric Nam and Thai artists Slot Machine and Wonderframe will perform. It’s Bt500 for users of Spotify Free and Bt300 for users of Spotify Premium, available at the door.
Nu’est boys swoop in
South Korean boy band Nu’est W, a four-member unit of Nu’est, will be presenting “Double You Encore” at the Thunder Dome in Muang Thong Thani on October 27.
JR, Baekho, Minhyun and Ren rolled off reality TV series “Produce 101” with the hit singles “If You”, “Where You At” and “Dejavu”. Seats cost Bt1,800 to Bt5,800 at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com and (02) 262 3456.
IU wants to CU
South Korean singer-songwriter-actress Lee Jieun, professionally known as IU, will perform at Impact Exhibition Hall 4 on December 16 as part of her 10th-anniversary tour.
She’ll be singing hits including “Good Day”, “You and I”, “Palette” and “Autumn Morning”. Tickets cost Bt2,000 to Bt7,000 at www.Ticketmelon.com.