Maxine plays Mozart in Bangkok
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.
The evening programme will include Mozart’s Oboe Quartet In F-Major, K 370; Flute Quartet In D-Major, K 285 and Clarinet Quintet In A-Major, K 581.
Maxine won the grand prize from the “Kingsville International Competition” in 2004. She graduated from Juilliard School where she received both the bachelor and master of music degrees.
Also a passionate chamber musician, Maxine has performed unique programmes in unconventional venues with the bass quintet, Sybarite5 and with the progressive and widely successful River Oaks Chamber Orchestra.
A six-time full scholarship recipient at the Aspen Music Festival and School, Maxine has held the concertmaster position of both their Sinfonia and Academy of Conducting Orchestras.
For Tickets and Reservation:
For Adults: 500 Baht
For Members: 300 Baht
For Students: 50 Baht