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Contextual Studies: Transition to Students’ Recital

24 August 2021

14:00 - 17:00 hrs (GMT+7)

PGVIM 1st  & 2nd Year Students
Kansiree Chirawattanaphan
Phumthana Mu
Siraphob Maitreesirimongkol

PGVIM Alumni
Pink Sky Orcas

Apichai Chantanakajornfung

Jacques Moreau

Thanisa Durongkaveroj


From the start of their university studies, the students at Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music (PGVIM) complete a series of courses that culminate with their graduate recital projects. These courses are called ‘Contextual Studies’ from students’ first semester to the first semester of their junior year. For the second semester of their junior year, the course name is ‘Junior Recital Project’. When the students enter their senior year, the courses are called ‘Graduate Project 1 and 2.’

The term ‘contextual studies’ speaks to skills outside of music that enable the students to fulfill the objectives of creating personal, innovative, and engaging recitals. These are obligatory courses for all PGVIM students that reflect the university’s mission.


Year 1

Niratda Manochart

Phanuphong Chanthosri

Phanuwat Rattanakun

Supparang Sujarit

Year 2

Narat Klimthong

Pakpong Kantiwong

Phannaporn Pansanit

Phoom Santipornwit

Rujikorn Trikham

Thantawan Sainapa

Waris Warindarawej

Wattikorn Dipprakon

Year 3 - 4

Kansiree Chirawattanaphan

Time in a Frame: From the Past to the Music We Now See

Phumthana Mu

Classical Soundscape

Siraphob Maitreesirimongkol

Listening to the twentieth century

PGVIM Alumni

Pink Sky Orcas

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