MUSIC AND SOCIO-CULTURAL 

 DEVELOPMENTS OF THE ASEAN 

7th – 9th September 2016

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For its 3rd International Symposium, the Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music will reflect on Southeast Asia’s current transitional period following the creation of the AEC (Asean Economic Community).

 

In this time of economic, social and socio-cultural integration, how can music help connect our voices and transcend our differences? To what extent can music communicate knowledge and create connections between people of different cultures? How can musicians and educators contribute to a sustainable socio-cultural development of the ASEAN community?

 

Sessions

Opening Ceremony (2016)

Minister of Culture, His Excellency Veera Rojpojanarat

Connecting Our Voices (Summary)

Jean-David Caillouet, Dieter Mack and Anothai Nitibhon, Curators

Harmonic Progressions: Changes Through Time in Music, Philosophies and Contexts

Transcultural Practices: Crossing Boundaries Through Music - A New Direction of ASEAN Traditional Music Community

Anant Narkkong, Mohd Yazid Zakaria and Dr.Kim Ho Ip, Speakers

Transcending Differences

Jean-David Caillouet, Dieter Mack and Anothai Nitibhon, Curators

Closing Ceremony (2016)

Music, Creativity and the New Dynamics of Social Change

Connecting Our Voices

Jean-David Caillouet, Dieter Mack and Anothai Nitibhon, Curators

World Music / “Weltmusik”- Global Future or a Global Misunderstanding? Some Thoughts and Remarks to Holistic and Other Related Concepts in Music in the 20th Century

Transcending Differences (Video Summary)

Jean-David Caillouet, Dieter Mack and Anothai Nitibhon, Curators

Quality Assurance in Higher Music Education - the European Perspective

Khmer Saiyoke

Divergent Learning for Musicians – How Collaborative Learning with Other Performing Arts Can Help Musicians Develop a Distinctive Personality and Enhance the Art.

Transcending Differences (Radio Sonata Part II)

Jean-David Caillouet, Dieter Mack and Anothai Nitibhon, Curators

How Can We Sing the Old Songs in a Strange Land? : Conceptual Challenges and Open Opportunities for Musicology in South-East Asia

 

Gallery

 

Participants

Keynote

 

Bernard Lanskey
Dieter Mack
Jacques Moreau
Jeffrey Sharkey
Nigel Osborne, MBE

Panel Discussions

Anant Narkkong
Jenny Ang
Kim Ho Ip
Mist Thorkelsdottir
Mohd Yazid Zakaria
Monika Hennemann
Ruth Rodriguez

Invited Artists

Anant Narkkong
Kim Ho Ip
Max Riefer
Mohd Yazid Zakaria
Ne Myo Aung
Shane Taylor Constante

Presenters

 

Alberto Firrincieli
Anothai Nitibhon
Anuntapond Iamchanbanjong
Apinporn Chaiwanichiri
Chanyapong Thongsawang
Elissa Miller-Kay
Eunbin Baek
Jiradej Setabundhu
Kajornsak Kittimathaveenan
Kampanart Chantima
Kanit Promnil
Karnjana Jongwilaiwan
Khetsin Chuchan
Khomkrich Karin

Kitiya Buarod
Kwanchanok Pongpairoj
Natsarun Tissadikun
Onusa Nongtrud
Patcharee Suwantada
Pongsakorn Rattanapattarakul
Pramote Danpradit
Prinda Setabundhu
Pusit Suwanmanee
Ramasoon Sitalayan
Rittichut Phetmunin
Saral Pacheun
Sarupong Sutprasert
Sreewan Wathawathana
Sumida Ansvananda
Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee
Surasi Chanoksakul
Thanapol Setabrahmana
Thatchatham Silsupan
Thu Cuc Tran
Tontao Chuaiprasit
Yavet Boyadjiev
Yuttapong Saengsomboon