Sala Sudasiri Sobha

By: Dawn SRV

Dec 22 2014

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Category: Music and Art

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Having been to ‘A (Silent) Night with Harmonic Noises’ choral concert, I have just learned that there is a concert hall for acoustic music in Thailand. It is a small concert hall that can accommodate only 180 people. But the acoustic was impressive.

The hall has been designed by Nat Yontararak, an architectural graduate who has become a famous Thai pianist and also operates a music school. Sala Sudasiri Sobha was named after Princess Sudasiri Sobha who was Nat’s patron when he was studying music in London. Nat has designed this hall with a vision to create a place where performers and audiences can be one through music. This vision seems to have been accomplished. It has received excellent reviews from many papers. Some even call this hall a musical paradise.

The concert here always starts at 19:30. An hour before that, there is a free reception. Light supper is also served after the concert. You do not feel like an audience when you walk in. Actually, you are welcome to the place just like being a guest to a friend’s house. Music is just a taste you have in common.

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