The Bangkok Charity Orchestra, under the baton of ChulayuthLochotinan framed the musical range from Bach to Beatles. Chulayuth led the orchestra not only musically but bridged the different parts as aprofessional entertainer with his light and amusing comments. Hidden and obvious talents created the sweet spot mix. Well known musicians like guitarist H.E. Mikael Hemniti W inther, the Danish Ambassador, performed Eric Clapton's 'Old Love' and George Harrison's 'While my guitar gently weeps'. The smoky voice of Keithen Carter gave character and spice to these songs. Beatles and John Lennon fan Dr. Alexander Paufler, former CEO of Mercedes-Benz Thailand and now teaching at Sas in the Graduate Business School of Chulalongkorn University, played the song 'She came in Through the Bathroom Window' accompanying the lovely voice by Pleng Phitchaya Muangsukham. Beautiful people and beautiful voices were a joy for eyes and ears. Khun Maeya Nonthawan Thongleng, Miss Thailand World 2014, amazed and delighted the audience as Pleng and Wan Pattarawadee Sukhothai did with songs from musicals and films.The French pianist Frank Herrgott put his magic touch and guidance into the evening as the allrounder.
Result was not only a full house - result was a memorable night and benchmark for a concert which audience is leaving and thinking of next year to come.
All efforts, especially generous donations and supports from all corporate sponsors including Microsoft and Siam Commercial Bank, realize Rotary Club of Bangkok School project to build a new classroom building with 4 classrooms and a “Smart Classroom”. The latter is a pilot project for another 59 schools. All in all, Rotary Club of Bangkok wants to bring digital knowhow into the education and skill program of 60 schools.