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(RBSO) การแสดงดนตรีนานาชาติเฉลิมพระเกียรติ 2560 : Dorothea Herbert, Soprano

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Approx. 30 minutes before show start.

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15 August 2017 , 10 am onward.

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1,500 / 1,200 / 900 / 700 / 300 Baht


Show Date

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Friday August 25, 2017 8.00 pm

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“Dorothea Herbert, Soprano”

The Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra will explore the wondrous diversity of different national operatic styles in this exciting concert in commemoration of the many overseas travels of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, which span her whole life. The sumptuous sound worlds of Italian geniuses Giocomo Puccini, Giuseppe Verdi and Pietro Mascagni will contrast with the Austrian, Viennese schmaltz of ‘The Waltz King’ Johann Strauss Jr. and Franz Lehár, whilst the suave élan of French composers Jules Massenet, Georges Bizet and César Franck will be balanced by the measured temperament characteristic of English composers Frederic Handel and Sir Edward Elgar.  Internationally renowned singing stars Dorothea Herbert (soprano) and Benjamin Dooley (tenor) will take to the stage of the Thailand Cultural Centre, accompanied by the RBSO and charismatic Thai conductor Damrih Banawitayakit, for this enticing selection from the popular repertoire of arias.
Herbert has appeared at the famous Salzburg Festival and recently reached the final of the Wagner Society Singing Competition in London.  She will reveal her exceptionally expressive range in Klänge der Heimat from Die Fledermaus and her moving lyrical grace in O mio babbino caro and Sì. Mi chiamano Mimì from La bohéme.   Starting her operatic career in Munich aged only nine, as a mere teenager she was admitted to the Young Student Program at the Richard Strauss Conservatory, one of the youngest students in Germany to have ever been selected for that honour. 
Dooley is also known as a popular singer in Thailand with his successful bands Gear Knight and Silent Scream, but is equally at home in the opera house. His stunning tenor voice will be featured in two more of Puccini’s most rousing arias, E lucevan le stelle from Tosca and Nessun Dorma from Turandot.  RBSO violinist and concertmaster Siripong Tiptan will himself perform a true jewel in the crown of operatic tunes, the ravishingly beautiful Méditation from Thaïs, whilst Verdi’s triumphal Grand March from Aida will feature the orchestra’s glorious trumpet section, and the dazzling overture to Die Fledermaus is guaranteed to show off the increasingly recognised virtuosic credentials of the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra.


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