Siam Sinfonietta puts on Valentine’s concert this Friday


Join Siam Sinfonietta, Nadlada “Bow” Thamtanakom, and the Cherubim Choir — for an incredible Valentine’s evening — “A Love Letter from Hollywood” — a hundred years of the most romantic film music from the most iconic Hollywood films. From noble love to twisted love, from love across a crowded room to love across the galaxy, from epic love to obsessive love … this is music from the movies that shaped our lives. We go on on a journey through the history of love in the movies. Tickets from as little as 500 baht to 1,500 — less with group discounts.

Siam Sinfonietta, equally known for its mastery of the hardest repertoire in classical music (Mahler, Bartok, Stravinsky) and its populist concerts such as its Star Wars, Harry Potter and “The Princess Concert” event, will field seventy musicians plus the sweet voices of the Cherubim Choir. Thai diva from the Belgian National Opera, Nadlada Thamtanakom, will assure all of us that our “heart will go on.”

For tickets:
or LINE @operasiam

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