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    Mastering the message

    Asia focus, Tanyatorn Tongwaranan, Published on 18/03/2019

    » Life rarely progresses the way we intended. Sometimes, we need to adjust to unexpected circumstances and always be ready for change. Once we master the ability to adapt to unforeseen events and to constantly absorb new knowledge, it usually allows our lives to blossom in beautiful ways.

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    RbsO features Japanese violinist

    Life, Published on 24/05/2018

    » The Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra will present a Romantic repertoire of two monumental works during the "Mayuko Kamio Plays Brahms Violin Concerto" concert in the Main Hall of the Thailand Cultural Centre, Ratchadaphisek Road, on May 30 at 8pm.

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    Taiwanese pianist Weiyin Chen returns to play with RBSO

    Life, Harry Rolnick, Published on 03/04/2018

    » Few names in classical music are as dreaded and venerated as New York Times reviewer Anthony Tommasini. The lanky writer, expressionless, tieless, inevitably seated on the aisle in Carnegie Hall or Lincoln Center, gives little indication of his thoughts during a performance. But within 24 hours, his printed judgements will have reached millions. And like a Roman Emperor signalling "up" or "down" to a gladiator, his opinions to a young artist can mean professional life or death.

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    Come on Baby, Light My Fire

    Brunch, Published on 30/07/2017

    » After 24 years in Bangkok there's no hoodwinking Jerry Hopkins, pioneering Rolling Stone reporter and author of No One Here Gets Out Alive, the cult biography of The Doors' self-styled shaman-poet Jim Morrison.

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    Brahms, Schumann and a royal tribute

    Life, Harry Rolnick, Published on 06/07/2017

    » On July 15, the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra will feature two giants of 19th century musical history and one world premiere tribute to Thailand's late monarch.

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    The rise of Hitler from dunderhead to demagogue

    Life, Published on 30/09/2016

    » How did Adolf Hitler -- described by one eminent magazine editor in 1930 as a "half-insane rascal", a "pathetic dunderhead", a "nowhere fool", a "big mouth" -- rise to power in the land of Goethe and Beethoven? What persuaded millions of ordinary Germans to embrace him and his doctrine of hatred? How did this "most unlikely pretender to high state office" achieve absolute power in a once-democratic country and set it on a course of monstrous horror?

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    Delusion and denim dreams

    Life, Apipar Norapoompipat, Published on 08/04/2016

    » It was an almost overwhelming experience of sights and sounds on Sunday as the Bangkok CityCity Gallery played host to Korakrit Arunanondchai's crazy, conceptual world of burnt denim, nightmare-inducing mannequins, and a giant cyber-jungle monster. A collection by the New York-based multimedia artist comprising denim paintings, abstract body paint and a floor-to-ceiling installation of entangled foliage, drones, wires, electronics and mannequins engendered a mixture of awe, appreciation and confusion in equal measure.

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    Facing off with Mr Mott

    Life, Published on 06/10/2014

    » Last year, Justin Mott took a photo that garnered lots of praise, but also stirred up suspicious questions in some quarters. It shows a young woman swimming underwater, her diaphanous white top billowing around her torso. In the background is a mahout sitting on an elephant which is standing thigh-deep in what may, or may not, be the same body of water.

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    The Grande gesture

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 07/09/2014

    » The former Nickelodeon tween idol serves up a more mature, confident second album, but it's still her voice that shines the brightest

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