Updates: Bangkok Classical Music Scene

There’s a ramp-up of activities in Bangkok after a few months of cloister or home mode. If inner peace of a concert hall and classical music is your scene, check out the concerts below.

Sala Digital Concert Series

Sala Sudasiri Sobha launched their Sala Digital Concert Series a week ago. Their prime objective is to give talented artists opportunities to continue to perform in a great environment, with video and audio recorded professionally.  Check their website to make a donation and to get details on future performances. Your support will enable them to continue their artistic activities and contribute towards various charity projects, including to support education for the underprivileged children and food for seniors in the Klongtoey area, Bangkok. Their first concert, a violin, cello and piano trio is now available here

Somtow and Siam Sinfonietta with Beethoven

July 21 at 5pm – Head to the Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BTS: National Stadium) for an early evening with Beethoven. Siam Sinfonietta under the baton of Somtow Sucharitkul and Mickey Wongsathapornpat will transport us away with Beethoven’s 2nd and 8th symphonies. The concert will be live-streamed and in-person seating is extremely limited. Book now by contacting them via Line @operasiam. This concert is a celebration of Beethoven’s 250th anniversary, Beethoven@250

Bach at the Library

July 23 at 7.30pm – Experience an evening with the timeless Bach. Brought to you by Pro Musica, this Bach at the Library concert will be held at Neilson Hays Library on Surawong Road. Purchase tickets online or at the library or reserve seats by calling 02-233-1731 or emailing info@neilsonhayslibrary.org