I don't only teach, but also inculcate a love of classical music.

Violin and Piano Duo Recital
On Friday, August 1st, 2014 - 7:30 p.m.@ Yamaha Ratchada Music Auditorium on Ratchadapisek Road by MRT station Praram 9

Tickets are priced at 500 and 250 baht and are available at Robinson Piano on the 5th floor of Siam Discovery Center ( Tel: 02-658-1080-1) or call for more information at K.Mongkol: 081-682-8000 

About the Artists

John Lindsey, violin holds the highest rank conferred upon a faculty member in the State University of New York System, the SUNY Distinguished Service Professor. Professor Lindsey has been on the violin faculty at the internationally known Crane School of Music since 1981.


Trio Belle Voce for Horn, Violin and Piano
On Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 @ 7:30 p.m. @ Siam Ratchada Auditorium on Ratchadapisek Road Road by MRT Praram 9 Station

Tickets are priced at 500 and 250 Baht for students and are available at Robinson Piano Showrom @ Siam Discovery Center on the 5th floor .Tel: 02-658-1080-1 for more information please call K. Mongkol @ 081-682-8000

D & M Music Studio proudly presents Trio Belle Voce for Horn, Violin and Piano performed by distinguished professors from Indiana State University - Dr. Brian Kilp , Jia Xiaocheng , violinist from Shenyang Conservatory of Music in China and Mr. Patommavat Thammachard , Thai Guitar, a graduate of master degree in music from Indiana State university as well as Thai pianist Parita Karnjananonkul from Chulalonkorn University Program includes works for Violin Solo by J.S Bach, Serenade For Violin and Piano by Sergei Rachmaninov, Guiitar Solo as well as works for Violin and Guitar Duo, Trio For Horn, Violin and Piano by Eric Ewazen (b.1954) etc.


Bach in Bangkok
April 28th at 20.00@The Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok

Brandenburg Concerto No.3
Brandenburg Concerto No.4
Concerto for two Violins
Concerto for Violin and Oboe

Leo Phillips and Tasana Nagavajara bring the newest incarnation of Bangkok’s oldest orchestra, Pro Musica, to The Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok! In an all Bach programme featuring both Bach double concerti (the immensely popular concerto for 2 violins and the darker, haunting concerto for violin and oboe), as well as the two most famous Brandenburg concerti (No.3 and 4), Leo Phillips will direct from the violin, and play solo alongside Tasana Nagavajara, Worapon Karnweerayothin and Araya Kunopalerk on flute, Damrih Banwittayakit on Oboe, and Thailand’s rising young star Pitchayapa Lueangtawikit.

Tickets and Reservations
For Adult: 500 Baht
For Student: 100 Baht
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OrfeoTrio Recital
On Monday, March 31, 2014 @ 7:30 pm at Siam Ratchada Auditorium in the ground floor of Fortune Town Building by MRT Rama 9 Station

D & M Music Studio is pleased to present a Piano Trio Recital performed by Orfeo Trio from USA:
Evgeny Zvonnikov, violin Leonid Shukaev, cello Julie Bees, piano

About The Artist

     The Orfeo Trio was formed in 2012 in Wichita, Kansas where they began their career as the official Piano Trio of the Wichita State University College of Fine Arts, School of Music. The three members of the Orfeo Trio are active performers with considerable chamber music experience.


Maxine plays Mozart in Bangkok
On Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 - 7 pm. at Siam Society

     Siam Society and Silpakorn University’s Faculty of Music present “Maxine plays Mozart” — an evening of classical music featuring violinist Maxine Kuo from New York on March 26 at 7pm.

     The ‘Maxine plays Mozart’ concert will be held at Siam Society on March 26 at 7pm. This is the first time she will perform in Thailand, alongside many famous local musicians including Athiya Voravijitrapun on violin, Tasana Nagavajara on viola, Kittikhun Sodprasert on violoncello, Damrih Banwittayakit on oboe, Worapol Karnweerayothin on flute and Yos Vaneesorn on the clarinet. 


Yazaki conducts SSMS Orchestra
On Sunday, April 6th, 2014 - 5 pm. @Mahisorn Hall, SCB Bangkok

Richard Wagner
Richard Strauss
Bedrich Smetana
M.L.Usni Pramog

Hikotaro Yazaki, conductor

     Born in Tokyo in 1947, Mr. Yazaki studied mathematics at the Sophia University, Tokyo before graduating from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music as a conductor. For two years from 1970 he was Assistant Conductor of the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra under its Musical Director, Seiji Ozawa. In 1972, he gave a concert tour of Switzerland conducting the Tokyo Youth Symphony Orchestra.