After the success of its longstanding series of classical music recitals, Padma Resort Legian is back with another outstanding show, this time incorporating a good cause with the event. The resort is hosting The Parlando Quintet on 11th August in a concert titled “Strings and Keys for Bali”, which aims to raise funds for and awareness of those who have been affected by Mount Agung in Bunutan village.
Bunutan village is highly dependent on tourism and when the volcano started rumbling the industry declined leaving the village inevitably facing financial difficulties. This is where the Bunutan Care Projects come in with their focus on care for the elderly, medical care and education, with a fourth project underway, clean water.
Hailing all the way from Switzerland, The Parlando Quintet recently performed Schumann’s piano quintet at a concert in Lipah, Karangasem. Now, Regula Litschig and Katharina Sacca on violin, Cordelia Frankhauser on viola, Ines Abraham on piano and Andreas Ochsner on violoncello are ready to dazzle classical music enthusiasts in Bali with an outstanding performance and a noble cause.
Held at Padma Resort Legian’s Plumeria Grand Ballroom, the event will start at 5.30pm with canapés, wine and beer served prior to the show. Music school students receive a special 50% discount on the ticket price.
Padma Resort Legian
Jalan Padma No. 1, Legian
Bali 80361, Indonesia