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Santi Music School moves to new location

Juyeon Kang to perform Piano Recital in Chiangmai

An Evening of Musical Pot Pourri to raise funds for charity

Santi Music School moves to new location

Santi Saengthong

Guests linger about the new school premises.

Santi Music School, formerly known as Santi Piano Studio established more than seven years ago, has moved to new location situated at No. 22/3 Sirimangklajarn Soi 5. Muang District, Chiang Mai.
“This new location is rather grand, luxurious and proves to be much better than before” says Santi. For more information, contact the School, at Tel. 053 224344, 089 8527506. E-mail: [email protected]


Juyeon Kang to perform Piano Recital in Chiangmai

D & M Music Studio in cooperation with Robinson Piano are pleased to present “Juyeon Kang Piano Recital “ on Monday, March 12, 2007 at 7.30 pm at A.U.A Auditorium on Rajadamnern Road .

Juyeon Kang
Juyeon Kang is a concert artist and educator who is described by Natalya Antonova, distinguished professor at the Eastman School of Music, as a pianist of “formidable technique and exquisite sound.”
Ms. Kang has appeared extensively as soloist and chamber musician on four continents.
Recent and upcoming engagements include a standing ovation solo recital at the Museum of Sculpture in Sao Paulo, Brazil and solo recitals in Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia; a Piano/Viola joint recital in Tianjin Conservatory in Tianjin, China; concerto appearances with the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, Hingham Symphony Orchestra, and Augusta Symphony Orchestra; and chamber performances at the College Music Society National Conference in San Antonio, Texas, Kuhmo International Chamber Music Festival in Finland and Hampden Sydney Chamber Festival in Virginia.
She launched a performance career that included her debut solo recital in Boston’s Jordan Hall after winning two first prizes in 1998: the Heida Hermann’s Young Artists Competition and the Josef Hofmann Piano Competition. The latter led to an invitation to perform at the Embassy of Poland in Washington, D.C., where she presented the Chopin Commemorative Piano Concert on the 150th anniversary of Chopin’s death. Her prize-winning performance at the Jeuness Musical de Cor?e Debut Series audition gave her an opportunity to give a solo debut recital that was broadcast on national television in Korea, and as a winner of the Young Promising Artists Series audition, Ms. Kang was invited to give a recital at the prestigious Seoul Arts Center. In addition, she also was awarded top prizes from the San Antonio International Competition in Texas, the Frinna Awerbuch International Piano Competition in New York City, the IBLA International Piano Competition in Italy, and the Musica de Pianoforte Piano Competition in Korea.
Kang earned a doctoral and master’s degrees in piano performance and literature, as well as a master’s degree in pedagogy of music theory at Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y. where she was also awarded a distinguished performer’s certificate. She also received the prestigious Artist Diploma in piano performance from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, where she was on the faculty in the college division. She also served on the faculty of the South Shore Conservatory in Massachusetts before being appointed as Assistant Professor of Music at the Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa.
Her evening program includes works by: Fantasy in C major by Franz Joseph Haydn, Variations on a Theme by Paganini in A minor, Op 35 by Johannes Brahms, From the Lyric Pieces by Edvard Grieg ( Arietta Op. 12 No. 1, Butterfly Op. 43 No. 1, Berceuse Op. 38 No. 1, Norwegian Dance Op. 47 No. 4, March of the Trolls Op. 54 No. 3 ) and Preludes Op. 23 Includes pieces in D Major ,G Minor, E flat Major and B flat Major by Rachmaninoff.
Tickets are priced at 300 baht and 200 baht for students. For More Information and advance booking, please call Khun Mongkol at Tel: 081-682-8000 or 086-506-8000 and at A.U.A Auditorium on Rajadamnern Road . Tel: 053-214-120 or 053-211-377.


An Evening of Musical Pot Pourri to raise funds for charity

Y’s Men International Club Of Chiangmai, in association with D & M Music Studio and with the support of Bangkok Airways present An Evening of Musical Pot Pourri on Saturday, March 10, 2007 at 7.30 pm at A.U.A Auditorium on Rajadamnern Road.

Mongkol & Duangdao Chayasirisobhon.
Mongkol & Duangdao Chayasirisobhon, the husband and wife team will present a musical programme consisting of a selection of the internationally known musicals including, The Sound of Music, The Cat, Sunset Boulevard, Aspects of Love, Miss Saigon, Whistle Down The Wind, My Fair Lady, West Side Story, The King And I, Phantom of The Opera, Kismet, Carousel and light classical songs composed by Victor Herbert, Sigmund Romberg and Franz Leh?r and many others. Arithat Udomtasanee will accompany the two singers on the piano.
Proceeds from this concert will benefit the charity projects of the Y’s Men Club of Chiangmai. Tickets are priced at 300 and 200 Baht for students available by advance booking or ticket purchasing at The YMCA of Chiangmai on 11 Sermsuk Road, Mangrairasami Tel: (053) 221-819-20 or call 081-951-0340.
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