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Thai guitarist beats a classical path

The name Woratep Rattana-Umpawan may not be a familiar one, but this 46-year old native of Bangkok has carved out a well deserved reputation...

Classical Guitar Festival returns to Pattaya

Following a 1-year hiatus, the popular Pattaya Classical Guitar Festival & Competition is returning to Pattaya at the end of this month, the event...

An international flavour at Ben’s

A Czech guitarist, a Russian soprano, a Dutch pianist and music from many countries recently delighted a full-house at Ben’s in Jomtien.  The first...

Asia guitar festival heading to Bangkok

The 2012 Asia International Guitar Festival will take place from 14-17 June at the Siam City Hotel in Bangkok. ...

Pattaya Guitar Festival 2011 hits all the right notes

The Siam Bayshore Resort & Spa was the venue for the third annual Pattaya Classical Guitar Festival & Competition which took place on...

Pattaya Classical Guitar Festival & Competition 2011

The third annual Pattaya Classical Guitar Festival & Competition 2011 will be held on Saturday, October 29 at the Siam Bayshore Resort &...

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