Count Gerald van der Straten Ponthoz, Mrs Agnes Matthysen, H.E. Mr Jan Matthysen, Ambassador of Belgium in Thailand, and President Komol Rattomrattana, of Rotary Club of Bangkorlaem, in front of the large size pictures remembering the friendship between H.M. King Bhumibol and H.M. King Baudouin of Belgium.
Dr Jintanand Subhamitra and Thanpuying Pungjit Subhamitra.
When King Baudouin of Belgium died, H.M. The Queen Sirikit instructed Thanpuying Pungjit to write a song as a tribute to the King of Belgium.
The song, "At Dawn" was played during the concert.
Herve Gosselin (singing), Mathieu De Wit (at the piano), Damien Campion (double base) and Jonathan Taylor (drums), playing "Love at Sundown", a composition of H.M. The King.
An impressive collective composition, combining local and western drums was one of the highlights of the concert.
Bangchong Mayer, an Akha students of the Suksasongkroh Maechan school, singing one of his own compositions, and accompanied by a modern style Akha dance.
Another highlight of the concert was when Saeksun Lacheku, another Akha student, sang "Comme d'habitude", in French together with Herve Gosselin.
14 hill tribes violinists accompanied a combination of traditional, rock, pop and western music during over an hour of concert.
The emotional highlight of the concert happended when three students sang "At Dawn", the song which was written by Thanpuying Pungjit as a tribute to the King of Belgium.
Chalisa, a student of the Suksasongkroh school, with Count Gerald van der Straten Ponthoz and the 4 Belgian musicians of "Belch'Quartet"..
The group picture after the concert.
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