Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Piano, Violin and Cello Recital at the Music Room, Eelswamp

Violin, Cello and Piano Recital at Eelswamp, Pattaya

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 Wednesday 4th December 2013, 6pm 

Ilan Rechtman, piano
BSO concertmaster Siripong Tiptan, violin and 
BSO assistant principal cellist Apichai Leamthong, cello

Visiting Israeli pianist, Ilan Rechtman

Concertmaster of the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra, Siripong Tiptan

Assistant principal cello of the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra, Apichai Leamthong

Beethoven: Violin Sonata no. 8 in G major
Brahms: Cello Sonata no. 1 in E minor
Mendelssohn: Trio no. 1 in D minor
Rechtman: Jazzicles

The program begins with one of Beethoven's lesser known, but nonetheless brilliant, sonatas, no. 8 in G major, opus 30 no.3. This is a charming and cheerful sonata in three movements. It is followed by one of Brahms's great masterpieces, the first Cello Sonata in E minor with its profoundly beautiful first movement, playful minuet and a robust finale based on Bach's Art of Fugue. After intermission the three musicians will perform Mendelssohn's Trio in D minor which is one of the most popular works for piano trio and is representative of the high romantic period. After the trio, we will be treated to a performance of Ilan Rechtman's "Jazzicles".

Ilan Rechtman is an Israeli pianist and composer. He performs frequently with the Israel Philharmonic and the Isreal Camerata and has performed overseas with orchestras such as the London Symphony Orchestra and the New World Symphony Orchestra. He has performed in all of the main centers in New York: Carnegie Hall, the 92nd Street Y, Town Hall, Avery Fisher and Alice Tully Halls.

Siripongse Tiptan, violin: After graduating from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Siripong was awarded the HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana Scholarship to study his Master degree with Prof. Katherine Lucktenberg at the University of Oregon. He is Head of Strings at the Conservatory of Music at Rangsit University and is concertmaster (principal violin) of the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra.

Apichai Leamthong, cello is Director of Undergraduate Studies at Rangsit Conservatory and Assistant Principal Cello of the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra. He studied cello in Hong Kong and London under teachers such as Rafael Wallfisch and Andrew Healy. He has played with the Guildhall String Quartet and is a founding member of the Bangkok String Quartet.

Tickets: 1,200 baht, limited to 20 places only.  If you are interested don't delay. All previous events have sold out within a few days of announcement.

Reservation: Email or call 038 069681 (during office hours or 0818 205 202). Due to limited number of places payment must be received before the day.

This performance is endorsed by the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra.

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