CLASSICAL MUSIC IN ASEAN CONTEXT 

10th – 12th September 2014

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At a place nearly 10,000 kilometers away from its provenance, what is exactly the meaning of “Classical Music”? What role should we be playing within the life of music making in this part of the world? and how do we communicate with audiences from the faraway cultural foreign land? 

 

Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music’s International Symposium 2014 “Classical Music in ASEAN Context” is calling for music scholars, practitioners, educators, and other music-related professionals, both local and international, to submit papers and creative works to be presented during the symposium.

 

The Symposium is welcome to various musical disciplines such as performance, composition/creativity, pedagogy, musicology, and music interdisciplinary.

 

Sessions

A New Institution To Explore New Ways

The Confusing Realm of the Terms “Classical”, “Classicism” & “Classic” in Music

The Role of Research in Higher Music Education: Challenges and Opportunities

The Globalisation of Classical Music and the Role of the Conductor in the 21st Century

A New Century’s Rising Tide: Contemporary Reflections on the Conservatory Model in Southeast Asia

 

Gallery

 

Participants

Keynote

 

Bernard Lanskey
Bruce Gaston
Damian Iorio
Dieter Mack
Jacques Moreau
Peter Dejans
Sriprasit Boonvisut M.D.

EXHIBITION: PGVIM’S DESIGN

Arwin Intrungsi
Nantapon Junngurn
Nathrathanon Thongsuthipheerapas
Santi Lawrachawee
Veerawat Sirivesmas


Presenters

 

Anothai Nitibhon, Dr.Veerawat Sirivesmas, Pattra Toburin, et. al.
Boonrut Sirirattanapan
Chanyapong Thongsawang
Dneya Udtaisuk
Jean-David Caillouët
Jenny Ang
Jiradej Setabundhu
Joseph Bowman
Kamonpond Wongcharoenchai
Komsun Dilokkunanant
Natcha Mitrakul
Nattawut Narawutthichai
Nuttika Soontomtanaphol
Pongpob Sukittiwong
Ramasoon Sitalayan
Ruth Rodriguez
Saranrat Sangchai
Sarupong Sutprasert
Saya Thuntawech
Siwanut Boonsripornchai
Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee
Thanapol Setabrahmana
Thatchatham Silsupan
Yos Vaneesorn