Jazz Legends at St. Regis


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The St. Regis Bangkok will host an evening of jazz featuring the UK’s Jamie Cullum, for one night only on 12 November, 2015.

The performance will be complemented by an epicurean experience curated by celebrity chefs and mixologists. Jamie Cullum’s concert in Thailand debuts the “Jazz Legends at St. Regis” series in Asia Pacific.

Attendees will begin the evening with bespoke cocktails by mixologist Martina Breznanova from Nightjar London – rated among the world’s top five bars. Next, a 5-course wine dinner is hosted by celebrity chefs including Michelin-starred Michele Griglio from The St. Regis Florence; Chef Peter Lloyd who runs W London Leicester Square’s restaurant Spice Market—a concept created by Michelin-starred chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, inspired by the street food Mr. Vongerichten enjoyed while travelling in Southeast Asia; Michelin-starred Alfredo Russo from the Dolce Stil restaurant, Turin, Italy; and the culinary team from The St. Regis Bangkok. The evening culminates with an intimate performance by Jamie Cullum.

Only 60 exclusive seats are available and pre-dinner cocktails start at 6pm onwards. Two packages are available; THB7,900++ per person for the wine-pairing option, and THB6,900++ per person for the non-alcoholic option. To date, the tickets are nearly all sold out.

Additionally, as part of the Starwood Preferred Guest Moments platform, the highest bidding SPG member will have the opportunity to meet Jamie Cullum before he takes the stage for an exclusive piano lesson with a guest or small group of jazz-loving SPG members, followed by the exclusive performance by Cullum.

Krister Svensson, General Manager of The St. Regis Bangkok says, “Jazz is an innate part of the St. Regis legacy, and it is exciting to see today’s global travellers passionate about this social and cultural tradition. With the launch of the “Jazz Legends at St. Regis” series, we look forward to entertaining jazz aficionados and novices alike with innovative jazz programming, modern performances and beyond expectation experiences.”

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