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Little Singers make first stop in Bangkok on Asian tour

Little Singers make first stop in Bangkok on Asian tour

By Staff Writer - July 10, 2018

This year the Little Singers of Monaco gave the first recital of their summer tour at the auditorium of Assumption College in Bangkok, Thailand, to an audience of 1,500.

The Little Singers in Bangkok

The young Monaco choristers had previously been invited to give a performance at the Royal Sports Club in Bangkok at a reception held in their honour by the Honorary Consul General of Monaco in Thailand.

The Little Singers of Monaco have contributed to the artistic and spiritual life of the Principality since 1974. Under the High Patronage of Prince Albert II, they travel the world for concert tours, representing the Principality and always leaving a lasting and positive impression.

The Little Singers on stage in Bangkok

The Bangkok concert was the first leg of a tour that is taking the Little Singers from Monaco to Vietnam, South Korea and Japan until July 26.

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