Celebration of music. One of Cambodia's most spectacular music events to date, the bosbaPANH Tribute to the Masters Concert took place in Siem Reap on Feb. 25 and 26. With Bayon Temple illuminated in the background, musicians paid tribute to the great masters of Cambodian music of the past 900 years. Centered on 13-year old soprano sensation, bosbaPANH, the musical extravanganza featured a broad range of songs from composers such as Sin Sisamouth, Ung Chinary and King Father Norodom Sihanouk. Guests included Khuon Sethisak, a Cambodian tenor, Cambodian-American Laura Mam and her band The Like Me's and Em Theay, a master of Cambodian classical dance and the last surviving dancer of the pre-war Royal court. The splendour of Bayon and the talent of the performers left a lasting impression for all who attended.      ”

— Asia Life Magazine

 J'adresse mes vives félicitations aux groupes de jeunes et maîtres artistes khmers: chanteurs, musiciens, cineastes, ainsi qu'à vous même et à vos deux frères, qui ont accompli un magnifique travail.      ”

— His Majesty King Sihamoni of Cambodia, Personal letter

  Votre voix est magnifique ! " (your voice is wonderful!)      ”

— King Norodom SihamoniDirect Quote

  I filled the hours of my weekend with "Bosbapanh in Manila" and derived true listening pleasure (...). Bosba's rendition of "Mona Lisa"in both English and Khmer, is one of the best I have heard ever.”

— Ambassador of the Philippines Lourdes Morales, Direct Quote

  Bosba is a young and talented young girl. She has mastered in her art of singing (teuk daom) in a very short time.        ” - Chum Kosal, moderator of The Gifted program

— Cambodian Television Network

  "It is a gift for our country to have this young singer of nine years old".      ” - Pen Daravuthy, moderator

— Top Ten Music, Radio FM 98 Mhz

 Super voice ! a nine-year old Cambodian girl sings Qing Zhan Gao Yuan ”

— Chengdu Business Newspaper

  BosbaPANH is a young singer and our future star”

— Koh Santhipheap

 With her wide brown eyes and neatly cropped bangs, BosbaPanh looks like a well-to-do Cambodian 9-year old. But typical she is not. She has been heralded as Cambodia's youngest coloratura soprano, a girl with a grown-up voice as golden as Sin Sisamuth's.       ”

— Kay Kimsong, Erika Kinetz, The Cambodia Daily

  It is extraordinary : she knows already what she wants to become in the future. She is a model for other children. I am very surprised by her voice. She not only knows how to sing but also to play guitar and practices judo.”

— Chumnor, moderator,Top Ten Music, radio FM 98 Mhz

BosbaPANH sings in several languages and she received a gift from nature.”

— Bunna, journalist, Women's Media Center, FM 102 Mhz