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A Most Classical Holiday Season

Hotel Tugu Bali to Host ‘A Classical Music Soiree’ on Friday, December 28, 2012


In its continuing series of classic concerts and recitals, the Hotel Tugu Bali will host another musical soiree on Friday, December 28, 2012 the Wantilan Agung Hall.

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Starting at 6:30 pm a world-class line up of musicians and vocalists will enliven the holiday season as they take to the stage.

Performances will be provided by:

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The Prima Vista String Quartet

One of Europe’s most celebrated chamber orchestras, Poland’s Prima Vista String Quartet has played together for 15 years. The group has a particular interest in salon music of the 19th and 20th centuries and a special penchant for Mozart, performing at the Mozart Festival in Warsaw each year.

In Bali they will perform Bach's Concerto in F minor as well as the famous A. Dvorak: Piano Quintet No.2, Op 81.

Boris Kraljevic

A Singapore-based pianist and music educator, Boris Kraljevic was born in Motenegro.

Widely recorded and no stranger to the world’s concert stages, Kraljevic is also in high demand for master classes at private conservatories as well as judging international piano competitions.

This year’s performance with is Professor Kraljevic’s third Bali appearance.

Neil Franks

An advanced student of Professor Kraljevic, Neil Frank is already an accomplished pianist in his own right and returns to Bali for this year’s performance.

Sung Hee Park and Soyoung Lee

Both from South Korea, Soprano Sung Hee Park and flautist Soyoung Lee are expected to bring a special dynamic to the concert stage and charm the audience with their individual repertoires including well-known arias from some of the great operas.

A Classical Music Soiree
Hotel Tugu Bali
Friday, December 28, 2012 at 6:30 pm

Tickets: Rp. 500,000 (US$52) inclusive of welcome drink, concert and tapas dinner reception with the musicians.

For more information or reservations telephone the Hotel Tugu Bali at +62-(0)361-4731701 or [Email] .

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