Cabaret | Kamala Sukosol & Marisa Sukosol Nunbhakdi | Live at Siam City Hotel, Bangkok.





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Uploaded on Feb 15, 2012

Siam Hotels & Resorts, Thai Red Cross Society and Singha Corporation proudly present Thailand's grande dame of jazz, Kamala Sukosol, in her annual charity concert extravaganza entitled "Hollywood Stars & Divas". The 2012 concert series will run from March 15--17 in the Kamolthip Ballroom, Siam City Hotel, Bangkok.

All proceeds from the concert will go to the Thai Red Cross Society, split between the Princess Sirindhorn Chulalongkorn Craniofacial Center, which provides free and invaluable operations and care to underprivileged Thai children with facial deformities, and Flood Relief Fund, assisting those affected by the recent disaster in central Thailand.

The concert will be jam-packed with wonderful entertainment by Kamala Sukosol, president of Siam Hotels & Resorts, and her talented family: daughters, Marisa and Daranee; granddaughter, Natalia; and sons, Sukie and Noi (Krissada). Joining the Sukosols on stage will be the 20-member Prachin Songpow Big Band Orchestra, special guest Dolchai Boonyaratavej and spectacular dancers from the Aree School of Dance Arts.

This year's concert will pay respects to some of the world's most memorable, beloved and inspirational songs and performers. The concert's unique songbook will range from classics like Édith Piaf's "La Vie En Rose" to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and Christina Aguilera's "But I Am a Good Girl" from the recent hit film Burlesque. Highlights will include a "kings of swing" set of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Michael Bublé classics and Thailand's dynamite mother-daughter duo, Kamala and Marisa, paying homage to one of the greatest family teams of all time—Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli. The ensemble will also perform two heartfelt tributes, the first to the undisputed queen of British soul music, Amy Winehouse, and the other to the incredible U.S. singer, actress and civil rights activist Lena Horne. Audiences should not miss this unique opportunity to see magnificent live singing, dancing, costumes and music at a calibre seldom experienced outside the realm of Broadway and the West End.

Tickets on March 15 and 17 are Bht 2,500/2,000/1,500/1,000 and 400 for students. Tickets for the gala dinner on Friday March 16 are Bht 40,000/35,000 per table of 10. Tickets on sale at the Siam City Hotel, please call 02--247--0123, ext. 1928/1946 for bookings.

For further information about this press release, please contact the hotel's Public Relations Department: 02--247--0123, ext. 1917 (Thai) / 1980 (Eng); gpr@siamhotels.com.



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