RBSO 2018 - Classical concert No.1


RBSO 2018 - Classical concert No.1

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Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra’s ‘Classical Concert No.1’ will launch 2018 season with one of its own star principals

The Bangkok Symphony Orchestra Foundation will open the new Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra (RBSO) season at the Small Hall of the Thailand Cultural Centre on Thursday 25th January at 8:00 pm, with principal clarinettist Yos Vaneesorn as featured soloist.  He has chosen contemporary Spanish composer Óscar Navarro’s incredibly beautiful Clarinet Concerto No. 2 as his showcase, a work very recently added to the core repertoire which has grabbed the attention of clarinet admirers across the music world.  Much admired Japanese conductor Hide Shindori makes a welcome return to conduct a rousing programme for Classical Concert No. 1, which will start with Bizet’s Carmen Suite No. 1 and conclude with Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony (No. 41 in   C major).

Yos was born in Chiang Mai in 1975, and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Music Composition with first-class honours from Chulalongkorn University.  He rapidly gained widespread respect as one of the foremost musicians in the Thai classical scene, and was first appointed as Principal Clarinet with the RBSO in 1997, a position he holds to this day.  During his previous years of study he served as bandmaster and clarinettist with ASEAN Youth Orchestra in 1994-95, and joined the Asian Youth Orchestra in 1998 and 2000.
Advanced studies progressed abroad when he was awarded full scholarships from Louisiana State University and the University of Missouri, in order to work towards achieving his Master’s and Doctoral degrees.  The richly orchestrated and tonally satisfying Navarro concerto he has selected to play was composed in 2012. The composer himself is also a fine clarinettist - consequently the work is quite brilliantly laid out for a virtuoso performer to display all sides of the instrument’s character, both technical and lyrical.
Shindori has delighted Bangkok audiences in recent seasons with his exuberant, joyful, and at times even playful demeanour on the podium.  His highly sensitive and intelligently conceived performances have ensured a happy ongoing relationship with the RBSO.  Born in 1961, he has amassed a huge wealth of experience globally.  In Japan he has conducted the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, and Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra; whilst in Europe he has appeared with the Silesian Philharmonic Orchestra and Sinfonia Varsovia.
Also very active in the opera house, in 1994 he studied at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, with Bernard Haitink and Christoph von Dohnányi.  This will certainly inform to positive effect the RBSO’s performance of music from Carmen, whilst Shindori’s wonderful sense of musical structure and timing is guaranteed to ensure a profound interpretation of Mozart’s final symphonic masterpiece.