Using music to help create awareness!
There are more than 7,000+ rare disease
yet many people have never heard of a single one. Help us get the attention necessary so more research and funding is directed for framilies.
Student led performances to showcase their talents for a good cause!
This event is led by students. They have practiced and prepared for this event. They will demonstrate their dedication to music and show how it can be used to improve the world.
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Where words fail, music speaks.

Rare Disease Concert

Join us for a celebration of music for change. Our students have created a concert to help raise awareness for rare diseases.

The concert will be held on March 30, 2024 2:00-4:00 pm at the Goethe-Institut in Bangkok, Thailand.

Goethe-Institut offers a central location in downtown Bangkok. The location is famous for its concerts and shows. The venue is perfect for bringing people together into an intimate space that enhances the senses.

Goethe-Institute Bangkok - 2nd Floor
Goethe-Institute Bangkok - 2nd Floor

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Your Support Is Appriciated

Tickets are 500 Thai Baht per person. Additional donations are greatly appreciated.

Your gift could provide a family with:

  • Education
  • Therapy Sessions
  • Resources
  • Parent Training
The current exchange rate is 1.00 USD equals 35.00 THB.
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To make an offline donation toward this cause, follow these steps::


Bank Name: Coastal Community Bank

Account Name: Special Education Teaching and Learning Inc.

Routing Number: 125109019

Account Number: 875102981714


Bank Name: Bangkok Bank

Account Name: Wan-Yu Wei


Account Number: 1307508380

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Your tax-deductible donation is greatly appreciated!


Richard E. Poulin III
Teach RARE

Donation Total: ฿500.00

Join with us and MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Sometimes music is the only medicine the heart and soul need.

In honor of Rare Disease Day 2024. We will host a concert on the 2nd floor of the Goethe-Institute Bangkok. The goal of the concert is to raise awareness, money, and to bring joy to our community.

Our concert will feature talented students who volunteered their time to practice and perform in honor of children afflicted by rare diseases.

The event will be live streamed!
Register even If you can't visit the event.


Our concert conductors played a crucial role in making our event happen. Their importance extends beyond merely keeping time or waving a baton. They are leaders who inspire our students to go beyond themselves and use their musical skills creatively. A special thank you to:

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