Music for the appetite

music November 23, 2018 01:00

By THE NATION

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The Italian Embassy marks the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Italy and Thailand and the 150th anniversary of the death of Rossini with the “Taste of Music” gala dinner and concert taking place at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on December 7 starting at 7pm.



The audience will taste on the table what is performed on stage.

The music is served by Italian baritone Marcello Rosiello, tenor David Sotgiu, top Thai pianists Nat and Pana Yontararak with the Bromsgrove International School Choir and Bangkok Music Society (BMS) in a programme by Rossini and Neapolitan composers.

Bariborn Rosiello is a regular in opera recitals and has appeared in Verdi’s “La Traviata” and Bizet’s “Carmen”.

 

Classically trained pianist, composer and teacher Nat Yontararak is a holder of the Silpathorn award and Thailand’s first Steinway Artist.

Tickets for the evening are Bt4,500 including entry fee to the performance, full-course dinner and free flow wine and are available at Bromsgrove International School Thailand (BIST).

Email lalice@bromsgrove.ac.th or call (063) 882 8363. Part of the proceeds will go to The Home for The Aged Ratchasima.