By THE NATION
Among the artists whose works are featured in the show are Chuang Moonpinit, Chusak Wisanukamron, Sanun Rattana, Suwatchai Tubtim, Chatchawan Rodklongtan, Apichai Karikarn, Suwit Tangsombat, Charun Kanokkarnjana, and Kampon Niyomthai.
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France’s Roche Musique label is bringing Zimmer & Kartell to Bangkok next Wednesday night and they’ll be manning the decks at The Terrace at Levels until late.
Zimmer, part of the new wave of Paris producers who is redefining electronic music, has confirmed his status amongst France’s biggest rising talents in the electro scene. Kartell stands out with a particular sound signature that mixes House, R’n’B and Future Beat.
Tickets are Bt300 for men and Bt200 for ladies including one welcome drink.
For more information and table reservations, call (082) 308 3246 or email: email@example.com.
A night of funk
Funk D, sometimes known as the “Bootleg King” who made his mark worldwide thanks to a repertoire of twisted remixes and official releases, performs tomorrow night at Insanity Nightclub.
Funk D has toured more than 40 countries and has played a residency at Tomorrowland for seven years in a row!
Tickets are Bt400 for men and Bt300 for ladies including one drink.
Call (082) 731 8885.
Graduation ball with a Swiss flavour
Graduates of RIS Swiss Section – Deutschsprachige Schule 2019 - will be celebrating the end of their school days with the Maturaball at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit on June 15.
The ball is an exclusive event with guests from Thailand, Switzerland, Germany, Austria and many other countries under the patronage of the German ambassador, Georg Schmidt. Tickets cost Bt1,600 available at the Office of the RIS Swiss Section – Deutschsprachige Schule Bangkok.
The path to a better life
The Thai-Italian Chamber of Commerce along with Bangkok Hospital is holding an event to explain the “Optimum Guide to A Better Living” - “your first wealth is health, the second is maintaining it” - at 7R Conference Room of the hospital’s Rehabilitation Building on May 14.
This event will kick off with an opening ceremony indicating sports as one of the ways to improve living, followed by discussions and a live cooking show.
Admission is free.