The Indian Cultural Centre of Bangkok Presents:
Roshan hui Raat
"Bright Grew the Night"
Saturday Dec. 15, 6-7 pm
Indian Cultural Center
27th floor of Jasmine City Tower, Sukhumvit soi 23
East meets West and a few places in between in this program of Christmas-inspired music by an international band of musicians.
Ancient carols, Eastern chants, and modern-day film songs as you've never hear them before...
Featuring beautiful melodies and exotic rhythms from India, Lebanon, Turkey and medieval Europe.
Vocalist: Allyson Adair (US)
Tabla: Ustad Vasi Ahmed Khan (India)
Accordion and flute: Alice Orton (Scotland)
Guitar: Desmond Cahalan (Ireland)
Sitar: Ustad Matloob Hussain Khan (India)
Soprano: Sirikhwan Buathong
Alto: Allyson Adair
Tenor: Voltaire Calahat Oblimar
Baritone: Siroj Sakudomkachorn
The Bangkok Combined Choir
The Bangkok International Community Orchestra
Conducted by Charunee Hongcharu
Saturday December 8, 2012, 7:00 P.M. at Mater Dei School, Phloen Chit
Sunday December 9, 2012, 7:00 P.M. at Evangelical Church of Bangkok, Sukhumvit 10
Monday December 10, 2012, 7:00 P.M. Holy Redeemer Church, Soi Ruamrudee
เสาร์ 8 ธันวาคม 2555, 19.00 น. Mater Dei School, Phloen Chit
อาทิตย์ 9 ธันวาคม 2555, 19.00 น. Evangelical Church of Bangkok ซอยสุขุมวิท 10
จันทร์ 10 ธันวาคม 2555, 19.00 น. โบสถ์พระมหาไถ่ ซอยร่วมฤดี ถนนวิทยุ
Free Admission – Donations are welcome
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BMS Presents: Vivaldi's Magnificat & Christmas Carols
Friday, Dec. 7th
8 pm at Christ Church
Highlights will include:
Vivaldi's supremely beautiful Magnificat, with choir, organ, chamber orchestra, and soloists Catherine Harsono and Ema Naito.
Traditional Carols, old and new, with choir, percussion and children's choir.
"There is no Rose" rare gem of a medieval Christmas carol, performed by Allyson Adair (harp and vocals), with David Wilson (viol da gamba).