ASEAN Youth Ensemble Workshop 2020 (2)
25 August 2020
14:00 - 21:30 hrs (GMT+7)
The ASEAN Youth Ensemble (AYE) is a project created by the Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music (PGVIM) in partnership with the Ministry of Culture, Thailand. Initiated in parallel to the International Symposium ‘Classical Music in ASEAN Context’ in 2014, AYE aims to promote collaborations between young musicians in Southeast Asia through joint performances and to encourage music experts and composers from member countries to find new ways to combine their musical traditions with one another.
For this year’s AYE performance in the context of our International Symposium 2020, we have invited young musicians and composers from each member country to take part in workshops that will foster new dialogues between ASEAN traditions. The workshop will lead to the creation of an online database for composers and Asian traditional instrumentalists who wish to learn more about how to compose and perform contemporary Asian pieces.
1. Composition Workshop (Composer)
2. Workshop on preparing a video chapter on contemporary performance guide for traditional instrument (Instrumentalist)
3. Individual Video Recording Session for presentation/demonstration
OUTPUT of the Project :
Online Database for composer and Asian traditional instrumentalist, who wish to learn more about how to compose/perform contemporary Asian pieces.
Chie Tsang Lee, Malaysia
Chow JunYan, Singapore
Dini Pratiwi, Indonesia
Harold André Santos, Philippines
Hilmi R. Mahardika, Indonesia
Jocelyn Tan Li Yun, Singapore
Kathleen Nicole Cahis, Philippines
Marie Fides DC. Topico, Philippines
Pongtorn Techaboonakho, Thailand