Congratulations to Amarin “Tao” Wexler for being invited to perform at The 4th Siam International Piano Competition 2018. Despite still recovering from his arm injury and still taking on physio treatments he was placed as one of the finalists. We are all looking forward to his full recovery.
On Thursday 26th April students from Years 3, 4 and 5 joined the TISAC Primary Choral event. At the end of a busy day of rehearsals they performed the repertoire that day to to a large audience. Students worked hard to ensure that all the audience, staff and the students involved shared an amazing concert!
Last term has seen one of the most ambitious projects yet from the arts departments with some wonderful contributions from Music, Drama and English and some independent dances choreographed by our supremely talented students. The entire Art and Drama departments were transformed, evoking the casual energy of an arts festival, whilst showcasing the artistic talents of our GCSE and IB Art students, the spotlight being on the IB final exhibition.
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A huge congratulations to Mam Mam in year 3 for taking the Gold prize in the under 9 category for her violin ensemble, as well as, her sister Pam Pam in year 4 for taking the silver prize in the under 14 category with her violin duet at the Yamaha Thailand Music Festival 2018.
We are all extremely proud of them and are excited to see them succeed in the future.
Regent’s International School Bangkok would like to congratulate Ariya Laothitipong (Jija) a Year 9 student for winning first place at the Franz Liszt International Competition for Young Musicians at the University of Music, Weimar in Germany.
This is a highly prestigious competition attracting some of the most talented young musicians in the world. Jija’s amazing talent has now been recognised on the wold stage and this is a unique achievement in Thailand.
Jija won a music scholarship to Regent’s and performs regularly in school. She is a role model to other students and an example to her fellow young musicians.
One of our talented music scholars has outperformed the competition and taken home the first prize for playing the piano (under 15 category) at Yamaha Thailand Music Festival 2017. Congratulations to our music scholar Jija (Year 8).
Jija received a cash prize of 10,000 Baht and will soon receive the HRH Princess Patcharakittiyapa trophy. She has also passed the preliminary round for Kaufman International Youth Piano Competition and will be in New York, USA for the competition from 20 -27th June. We wish Jija all the best!