Bangkok, Thailand, August 26, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The Rembrandt Hotel is thrilled to host Julie Bees, one of the greatest American pianists for her first trip to Thailand.
The Rembrandt Hotel coordinates with D & M Music Studio and Silom Village Performing Arts School presenting Bangkok audiences Julie Bees' Piano Recital.
For the first time in South East Asia, Bees will delight Thai audiences with her music on Sunday, September 18th 2011 at 8 p.m. at Goethe Auditorium, South Sathorn Road Soi 1.
Bees has years of experience in performing concerts all over America and many countries including Russia, Hungary, Finland, Japan, Spain, and China at major musical centers with tons of world-class awards cementing her position as one of the piano’s top talent. Now Bees is a Professor of Piano and Director of the Konrad Wolff-Ilse Bing Chamber Music Endowment Award at Wichita State University, Kansas.
Bees will also perform exclusively at the Rembrandt Hotel’s lobby before continuing her Southeast Asian tour in Singapore and Malaysia.
The Rembrandt Hotel prides itself in being a patron of arts and music by sponsoring the Opera Siam, one of the best resident opera companies of Bangkok, the Thailand – Taiwanese Connection Concert and many more musical events for benefit of the community.
All of the associates at The Rembrandt Hotel are pleased to welcome Julie Bees for a 4 nights-stay and hope she has a wonderful relaxation at the Rembrandt Hotel.
About Rembrandt Hotel & Towers
Rembrandt Hotel offers luxury, outstanding services, and facilities to satisfy all travellers to Bangkok, Thailand. The property is conveniently located in Bangkok’s Sukhumvit district, near the central business district as well as shopping attractions, city landmarks and vibrant nightlife. This quality Bangkok Hotel is just a short 5 minute walk to the Asoke skytrain (BTS) and Sukhumvit metro (MRT) system. It is a great location for both tourists and business travelers, who will find easy access to all of Sukhumvit and Bangkok.