Korean Tenor Kim Jun Man and his friends, pianist Jamorn Supapol and violinist Grace Yang, will be performing at the Sunset Park Resort & Spa in Najomtien on Saturday, January 15 at 7:30 p.m.
Their show, titled “Romantic Moments at Sunset Park” will include a medley of Italian operatic arias, Neapolitan canzones and some contemporary modern favourites as well as piano solos from Chopin and violin solo pieces, Salut d’Amour by Edward Elgar and Habanera Gris by Bizet.
Kim Jun Man.
The concert will be performed in a delightful poolside setting and preceded by a succulent seafood buffet dinner starting from 5:30 p.m.
Kim Jun Man is a graduate of the world-renowned Santa Cecilia Music Academy and Aidem Academy of Music in Rome, Italy. With a stunningly powerful voice and theatrical finesse, he has won several coveted international awards including the first prize for Mario del Monaco & Theatre Di Roma and Puccini and Sulmona Opera Competitions, among others. He has been wowing international audiences for more than 12 years in Europe and Asia with over 1200 performances as a Verdiano.
Jamorn Supapol is a graduate of the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, U.S.A. and a recipient of a scholarship from Fund for Classical Music Promotion under the Royal Patronage of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana to attend master classes given by Jean-Francois Antonioli in Lausanne, Switzerland. Currently he is teaching at Silpakorn University and gives solo recitals and performs in chamber concerts.
Grace Yang is a director of the Bangkok Korean Youth Orchestra which she founded in 2003 and as a violinist she has performed with the BSO and the Galyani Vadhana Institute Orchestra in various concerts.
Tickets for the performance at Sunset Park Resort & Spa cost 1,200 baht and include seafood buffet and wine. For more information or reservations call 038 235 565-7 or 089 886 4068.