Beethoven The Creator

Sunday 10 January 2021, 7.30pm

Thailand Cultural Centre, Main Hall

Conductor: Michel Tilkin

Piano: Jayanat Wisaijorn



Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.1 in C major, Op.15

Beethoven: Symphony No.3 in E-flat major, Op. 55 (Eroica)


The  program  for  the  evening  features  two  pieces  by Ludwig van Beethoven.

The first is Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Opus 15. This piece was actually Beethoven’s second piano concerto but as it was the first to be performed and catalogued, it is recognized as Concerto No. 1. Beethoven makes daring deviations from one theme to another in this composition which has been received with mixed feelings for centuries.

The second Beethoven piece that will be performed is Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major, Opus 55, (EROICA). This symphony is a transition from the formality and restraint of classicism to the freedom of romanticism. It is widely regarded as a milestone piece for the development of the symphony. Beethoven’s third symphony, which bursts forth with emotion, provides a clear contrast from his much more restrained first two. Interestingly, this symphony is believed to have been originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte but the title was angrily changed to ‘Eroica’ (Heroic) after Napoleon made himself Emperor.

The solo pianist for the evening is Jayanat Wisaijorn. He earned his Master’s of Music from Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music, and held the position of Associate Instructor in Piano. He has performed in concerts both locally in Thailand and around the world. Jayanat was a recipient of Fund for Classical Music Promotion under the Royal Patronage of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana in 2011.

We would like to assure everyone that the concert strictly follow all Covid-19 safety guidelines and measures outlined by the Ministry of Health and the Covid-19 task force. Social distancing (by means of seat separation), alcohol, mask wearing and venue sanitizing will all be enforced.
The RBSO would like to further emphasize that the concert is to provide an opportunity for people to take care of their mental health during this challenging time with music, which has been scientifically proven to reduce stress and anxiety.

We have taken the utmost care to ensure the safety of the audience and our musicians and we hope to see you this Sunday 10 January at 7:30PM for this evening of beautiful music at the Thailand Cultural Centre, Main Hall.



Ticket can be purchase at the ticket box on Sunday 10 January 2021

Ticket Prices 500.- / 800.-

Ticket can be purchase at the ticket box on Sunday 10 January 2021

50% for Students , 50% for seniors 60 Years Old Up

RBSO office Tel. 02 255 6617, 02 255 9191-2



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