Looking for a sophisticated home-quarantine soirée? Luckily, RBSO is back.
In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic and the closure of all the public musical concerts, everything seems to be feeling grey.
We’ve been missing our monthly dose of a classical music by the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra (RBSO). Every month, RBSO treats us with a sweet-sounding evening of string and brass. Miss hearing the soothing sounds of the harp?
Music connoisseurs fret not. RBSO is inviting us to watch their concerts at home via the RBSO Facebook fan page. Banish those quarantine blues and relish in the most joyous pieces from the talented conductors and musicians from RBSO’s concerts.
Through the new initiative, we can continue to ignite our passion for classical music even in during these uncertain times. After all, music is the ultimate stress-buster and healer. Since staying in is the new going out, we can indulge ourselves in RBSO’s orchestra all while experiencing the performance in the comfort of our living room.
RBSO will be posting free recordings regularly on their Facebook page. Have you seen their “Flowing Passion of Pride Concert” yet? Earlier this year, on January 7, 2020, RBSO conducted the “Flowing Passion of Pride Concert” by Michel Tilkin in celebration of the birthday of HRH Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana Rajakanya. The concert starts off with Czech composer Bedrich Smetana’s evocative symphonic poem Vltava (the Moldau).
If you missed this concert in January, now is the time to catch up. Also, for those who haven’t experienced an orchestral concert before, there couldn’t have been a better opportunity to explore new interests. Working From Home? Maybe classical music could help you be more productive. Whisk yourself away with RBSO’s concert and keep an eye on their Facebook page for their daily posts.
RBSO hopes to help us ease our mental health during this serious time in Thailand and all around the world.