Pi­anist Caro­line Fischer to per­form in Bangkok

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Ger­man-Korean pi­anist Caro­line Fischer will per­form at Sof­i­tel Sukhumvit Bangkok, on Feb 26 at 6pm.

Fischer has per­formed at ma­jor con­cert halls through­out Europe and Asia, in­clud­ing the Konz­erthaus and Phil­har­monie in Ber­lin, Gumho Art Hall in Seoul and the For­bid­den City Con­cert Hall in Bei­jing.

Fischer has won 35 in­ter­na­tional prizes and awards, and has per­formed dur­ing state vis­its of the for­mer Ger­man Fed­eral Pres­i­dent Ro­man Her­zog to the Repub­lic of Korea and Mon­go­lia.

She has also per­formed on nu­mer­ous oc­ca­sions at Belle­vue Palace in Ber­lin, which is the of­fi­cial res­i­dence of the Pres­i­dent of Ger­many. Her Bangkok per­for­mance is sup­ported by the Ger­man-Thai and Korean-Thai Cham­bers of Com­merce. It will be at­tended by Ger­man Am­bas­sador Rolf Schulze and Korean Am­bas­sador Jeon Jae Man.

The evening will start with a re­cep­tion in­clud­ing Cham­pagne and canapés, fol­lowed by an hour-long con­cert.

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