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(RBSO) การแสดงดนตรีนานาชาติเฉลิมพระเกียรติ 2560 : Boris Belkin plays Sibelius

Venue :

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Approx. 30 minutes before show start.

Public Sale :

22 September 2017 , 10 am onward.

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2,500 / 2,000 / 1,500 / 1,000 / 500 Baht


Show Date

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Tuesday November 28, 2017 8.00 pm

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Boris Belkin Plays Sibelius

Violin megastar Boris Belkin will perform the riveting and imposing Sibelius Violin Concerto in D minor with the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra (RBSO), conducted by Belgian maestro Michel Tilkin.  Originally from the Soviet Union, Belkin has enjoyed the larger part of his stellar solo career on the concerto circuit based, first in Israel, and then in many other western European countries.  However, his homeland’s geographical proximity to Finland has ensured that Belkin’s strong personal connection with the Sibelius concerto is communicated with conviction to an audience each and every time he interprets it, going all the way back to 1978 when he committed it to disc in the recording studio with the world-class Philharmonia Orchestra and superstar conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy.  An artist who exudes passionate temperament on stage, Belkin’s bold persona and huge tonal capacity are perfect matches for the mighty Sibelius, so his Bangkok appearance certainly promises to be amongst the most exciting and talked about classical highlights of this year.
Tilkin’s own standing and reputation as an authoritative and emotionally moving conductor within the Thai musical community is growing steadily with every visit he makes, so just as Belkin is guaranteed to fill the large Thailand Cultural Centre hall with his lush and vibrant violin tone, Tilkin is likewise set to leave an indelible impression with his account of Tchaikovsky’s monumental Symphony No. 5 in E minor. To balance this magisterial opus, the concert will begin with Mendelssohn’s spellbinding overture to A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which evokes a very different kind of enchanted world.  A very substantial composition itself, this entrancing opening to the concert will dazzle and delight. 
by D.J Hudson


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