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7th Culinary Classics: Mahler and Brahms

For your enjoyment, Dusit Thani Hua Hin proudly presents another great evening of music and dining with the seventh in our series of Culinary Classics.

Internationally renowned Italian violinist and cellist Grazia Raimondi and Luigi Piovano team up with the ever-popular Tasana Nagavajara on the viola, whilst celebrated Thai pianist Pornphan Banternghansa tickles the ivories with her angelic touch. Together, they will mesmerise with their performances of Mahler’s Piano Quartet, Brahms’ Piano Quartet in G Minor, and Beethoven Duo for Violin and Cello.

Venue : Napalai Ballroom, Dusit Thani Hua Hin

Date : Friday, 6th June 2014

Time : 6.00 P.M. for registration, concert starts at 6.30 P.M.

Admission :

  1. Ticket only : THB 500 net per person
  2. Ticket including post-concert Thai Market Night buffet dinner : THB 1,400 net per person
  3. Ticket including post-concert Italian 4-course set dinner : THB 1,600 net per person

All tickets include one complimentary drink during the pre-concert reception or the intermission.

Terms and conditions apply.

For more information and reservation please contact +66 (0) 3244 2100 or dthhfb@dusit.com

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Luigi Piovano (Cello): Principal Cellist of the Symphony Orchestra of National Academy of St. Cecilia, as well as guest Principal Cellist of the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra. He has been enjoying constantly growing international recognition both as a cellist and conductor, with his rapidly expanding career placing him as soloist under the batons of such conductors as Mikhail Pletnev and Myung-Whun Chung – performing with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra – Yehudi Menuhin and Andrey Boreyko, among others.

Grazia Raimondi (Violin): graduated from the G.B. Martini Conservatory in Bologna with honours in violin. She won a coveted Fullbright Scholarship, studying at Indiana University where she graduated with an Artist Diploma. Grazia won first prizes at the National Review in Vittorio Veneto and the prestigious Sibelius International Competition. She has given solo and chamber music concerts in prestigious locations including Milan’s La Scala Theatre; Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw; London’s Royal Albert Hall, Vienna’s Grossen Musik-vereinsaal and Munich’s Philharmonie.

Pornphan Banternghansa (Piano): A  Bangkok native, she has been received many awards both at home and abroad. She has also performed her compositions and appeared at music festivals in all four corners of the globe. Perhaps Pornphan’s proudest achievement was to receive a scholarship from HRH Princess Galyanai to participate in the prestigious Verbier Academy in Switzerland.  She is currently a lecturer at piano faculty at Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand. 

Tasana Nagavajara (Viola): The perennial favourite who needs no further introduction to Dusit Thani Hua Hin concertgoers.