The Regents School has a very large music department, and several teachers agreed to perform. The evening started with two teachers, Karen Partyka and Phil Larkin, taking to the stage. This was followed by one of the highlights of the evening when award winning brass player from the UK, Clarence Mansell, performed tunes on both the trumpet and flugelhorn.
Award winning brass player, Clarence Mansell, performed several tunes.
Top of the bill was the popular and well known singer Conn O’Neill, originally from Northern Ireland but now resident in New Zealand, and the audience sat in silence as he performed a selection of acoustic songs.
The aim of the evening’s event was to raise funds for a new sports court at the Father Ray Children’s Village. This will provide the young residents of the Village a space where they can play a variety of sports including soccer, volleyball, basketball and takraw.
Top of the bill Conn O’Neill performs a selection of beautiful songs.
Entrance fees on the door raised 13,600 baht and the raffle, which included a 2000 baht dinner voucher at the Mata Hari Restaurant, raised a further 12,285 baht.
The Father Ray Foundation has received much needed support from the Regents School, with much of the hard work done by teachers Paul Crouch and Steve Tomlinson.
Conn O’Neill’s 2008 album ‘The Fishermans Tale’ is available on iTunes.
Regents School teachers, Karen Partyka and Phil Larkin open the evening’s performances.
This lucky lady won a 2000 baht for dinner at Mata Hari Restaurant.
Teaching staff relax for the evening and enjoy the show.