If you have a little energy left in the evening do attend this event. It is a multimedia experience with short cello pieces interspersed by words of wisdom, historical facts, health statistics and couragous rants agianst corruption and professional NGO administrators. The second part is an interesting short documentary.
One must admire the man for his passion for helping Cambodian children. Even if you feel he is a bit self promoting at times you must appreciate his perseverence of doing this spiel every week. This could easily be a ticketed event but it is not, and there is absolutely no presure to donate after the performance. I was surprised there were not more people able to answer questions (in English) and better inirmation about blood donation.
This is definitely a missed opportunity, they hould have the lab set up right there in he pacious entrance hall to tap the concertgoers and an appointment system for people to sign upf or next morning's blood donations.
Yes, do bring a sweater, shawl or cardigan. The air con is strong in the concert hall.
I believe there is now also a Thursday night concert.