“What’s Next?: Music Tomorrow” – Discussion of Research-in-Progress

Paper Presentation
26 August 2020
13:30 - 16:00 hrs (GMT+7)

Professor Dr. Jacques Moreau and Dr. Chanyapong Thongsawang, Curators

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Masters students of the Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music and Professor Jacques Moreau, head of Cefedem Auvergne Rhône-Alpes, Lyon, France. 


Join us in our researcher’s workshop for a lively discussion of research-in-progress hosted by the first generation of Masters students at PGVIM and Professor Jacques Moreau, head of Cefedem Auvergne Rhône-Alpes and Dr.Chanyapong Thongsawang. 


Topics will include music and meditative practices, ecomusicology, piccolo repertoire, new music inspired by Luk thung (a genre of Thai folk music), and the creation of interactive musical events for children and families. A full list of project titles is included below. The special event will include opportunities for open discussion with all present. 


Come listen, share, and exchange ideas with the next generation of music and knowledge creators. 


Sounding the Plastic Sea: Musical Reflections on a Global Ecological Tragedy 

by Kawirat Saimek 


The Promotion of Piccolo-Flute in Thailand’s Classical Music Scene 

by Kalaya Phongsathorn 


“ImaginEar”: Listening Experiences Design for Children and Families 

by Chamamas Kaewbuadee 


A Holistic Guide to Self Balance: Exploring Creative Sound and Art Practices as Tools for Understanding Oneself and the World Around 

by Yanini Pongpakatien 


In the Scent of Mud and Buffalo: An Interdisciplinary Study on the Legacy of Paiboon Butkhan 

by Warudh Samansap 


Navigating New Realities for Classical Musicians: Applications from Case Study Research in Bangkok 

by Orawan Kadenoum