Music bands to trace evolution of Thai classical music since 1687 at Jan 18 event
Thai classical music since 1687 will be played during the event "Amata Siam" at Thailand Cultural Centre in Bangkok on January 18.
The event is being organised by the National Research Council of Thailand, aiming to describe Thailand's history, society and traditions via classical music.
The event will feature music performances by renowned Thai bands and musicians, such as Thai Symphony Orchestra, Thanis Sriklindee and Chinnawat Themkumkwun.
Meanwhile, renowned Thai artist Dr Suchart Vongthong will paint a watercolour masterpiece during the music performance.
The event opens at 6pm. Free tickets are available at Sugree Charoensook Foundation's Line account https://page.line.me/sugreefoundation, or contact 02 101 0558.