Congratulatons to Ariya Laothitipong (Jija) in Year 10 at Regents International School, Bangkok.

General Press Releases Wednesday September 5, 2018 09:29
Bangkok--5 Sep--Regent's International School Bangkok

Congratulatons to Ariya Laothitipong (Jija) in Year 10 at Regent's International School, Bangkok. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Thailand Foundation) have invited her to perform a concert entitled "Ariya and Pro Musica" on Thursday, 13 September from 19.30 – 20.30 at CW tower, Bangkok. Admission is free.

Jija was the first Thai musician to win First Prize at the International Fran Liszt Competition for young pianists at Weimar, Germany in 2017. Well done Jija!

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