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All That Jazz

By BK staff | Sep 15, 2011

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In honor of HM The King’s 84th Birthday, the International Jazz Festival Alliance Foundation, Jazz NL Foundation and Bangkok Art and Cultural Center present The Bangkok City of Jazz Thailand 2011. The program which will run Sep 16-17 at the BACC and will include an international music conference, showcase performances, an exhibition and a screening of a documentary about the jazz experiences of HM The King. For a full program line up, visit www.bangkokcityjazz.com or call 081-753-6767. The Pathumwan Princess Hotel are also paying their own respects with the “Pathumwan Jazz Junction Charity Concert” performed by NTJAM and Natalia Calderon on Sep 17 from 7pm onward. Tickets are B1,500 and available at 02-216-3700.

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