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Day and Boarding school for ages 2 – 18.

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Primary Choir sing for the Queen of England’s birthday

Regent’s Primary Choir was selected to perform for the Queen of England’s birthday celebrations organised by The British Embassy on 15th June. Our students were invited to Grand Hyatt for the celebration where they performed beautifully on stage with the British Ambassador in front of a large audience.  They have been working very hard perfecting the Thai Royal anthem and the British National anthem and they delivered a wonderful performance. Well done to all involved.

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Music Scholar, Prair wins a ‘Gold Award’

Music Scholar, Prair delighted her audience many times with her skills on the piano and strong vocals. She will be completing her IGCSE Music exam by next month under the guidance of our Head of Music. With her dedication and extra tutoring by Yamaha Music school she recently received a “Gold Award” certificate from the singing competition (12-15 Yr.) sponsored by the Office of the Private Education Commission. Congratulations Prair and best of luck for your examinations!

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TISAC Primary Choral Day

Bromsgrove International School hosted the TISAC Primary Choral Day for students in Key Stage 2. The day was filled with various music workshops and a final performance for the parents. Regent’s students got the opportunity to perform in front of a big audience, enhance their music skills, and make new friends.

Summer concert by Yamaha The Regent’s

Last week The Regent’s Yamaha Music School hosted a special 2 day summer concert showcasing performances by 115 students who have been learning dance and music at the school. On the first day the junior group graced the concert hall with ballet and piano performances. And on the second day the upper primary and secondary lightened the room with fantastic singing, tunes and beats on musical instruments including saxophone, ukulele, guitar, and drum.  To make the event even special Regent’s Chairman and Director welcomed Ms. Pranapda Phornprapha, the President of Siam Music Yamaha, and Miss Verada Saengsomboon, Managing Director of The Regent’s Yamaha Music School.  

Estonian Independence Day Celebration 2017

The school Chairman, Dr. Virachai Techavijit, in his capacity as Consul General a.h. for Republic of Estonia arranged a musical evening to celebrate the 99th Independence Day of the Republic of Estonia on 2nd March. He welcomed many honourable guests including ambassadors from various countries and together everyone enjoyed the celebration and musical performances by Regent’s students.

Eagle performed in Lumpini Park as one of Royal BSO finalists

Our student Eagle has received recognition at such a young age because of her beautiful voice and dedication. Recently she performed at the concert in Lumpini Park as one of Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra finalists. We wish her all the best for the final competition round.

Open Mic Evening

The Open Mic was a great little event, aimed at showcasing the broad array of talent in the school. This first show was small; just four excellent acts; but future events are set to grow to encompass music, drama, comedy, speeches, magic, rap, dance, and many besides.

Thank you to our staff and students for your support.

Arts and Music – Jan 2017

After the trials and tribulations of last term, and the wonderful successes of our incredibly talented youth, even more is in store for the Arts this half-term. We have two major series’ of concerts kicking off; the Music Department’s “Lunchtime” series, and the cross-curricular “Open Mic” evenings.
We also have a number of other events happening: the Art IGCSE exams start soon; Drama are leading a physical theatre trip; and the Music department is taking our brilliant singers to a choral festival in February.
Finally, massive congratulations to all those who took lead roles in this year’s production of Jungle Book. These were excellent auditions from a strong set of contenders. It’s looking to be a fantastic show!

Here are some photos from the Open Mic evening

Music scholars win a prize at the Beethoven Competition

Congratulations Ariya and Chawin! These very talented music scholars took part in the Last Beethoven Competition and won the 2nd prize in the Piano (Group A) section and 2nd prize in the String (Group B) section respectively.

This competition was established in 2007 to create a platform for Thailand’s young string players and pianists. The Goethe-Institut has established wide international network and gives the individual artists a great opportunity to showcase their talents.

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