This month at The FCC.
Golfers will converge in Siem Reap on May-8-9 in a friendly battle for pride and country. It all begins Saturday, May 8 at the Angkor Golf resort. Players will be grouped into teams of four based on their home countries, and each team will play 18 holes on Saturday and another 18 on Sunday. Players are handicapped, which allows lesser experienced players to compete with more advanced players. "It's still a professional golf course, and there are some serious players," says Ben Janclose, general manager of The FCC Angkor. "But even if you are not a great golfer, you can come and play and have a great time." For reservations phone Visal Eng at 012 279 092, or email at email@example.com.
A fixture of the Phnom Penh music scene, the jazz duo of Phil & Ritchie will play an afternoon of "Acoustic Gypsy Swing." "That is the power of the duet," says Phil Javelle. "[Ritchie] takes care of the rhythm, and I take care of the harmonies. With that we can go anywhere." Show starts at noon. No cover.
Filipino singer-songwriter Juram Gavero delights crowds with an energetic blend of smoky, soulful vocals and guitar-driven acoustic rock. The Filipino native plays mostly rock 'n' roll classics, but like every good musician, he is well-versed in the standards of other genres as well. He is comfortable playing everything from Johnny Cash to Metallica. Shows start at 7 p.m. No cover.
Join The FCC Phnom Penh for dinner, the movie "Moulin Rouge," and a night of sexy dancing. Dinner and moive start at 7 p.m., followed by a special guest DJ playing music from the movie and more. No cover.