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Next Tradition: Transition to Innovative Artistic Projects

23 August 2021

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

Jirasiri Kangvannavakul

Anusorn Prabnongbua

Nadis Boonrod

Jirayut Thaolipo
Songklod Nunthakasem

Pradnampetch Kanoknak

Chanyapong Thongsawang

Jacques Moreau

Komsun Dilokkunanant


The second graduating class of the PGVIM Master program will present and discuss their research-in-progress with Prof. Dr. Jacques Moreau and Asst. Prof. Dr. Chanyapong Thongsawang.

Our students’ projects cover a wide range of research areas — from music aesthetics and expression, to stage play with classical chamber music; from percussion mallet pedagogy to arrangements for Marimba with Thai cultural elements; from space film music to sonic art. Each of these projects displays a unique interdisciplinary approach to the creation of musical experiences.

These researchers combine academic knowledge and musical practice, and thereby create the “next tradition” in “innovative artistic projects” for the 21st century.

Please join us for this open discussion. Come share and exchange ideas so that together we can find the next traditions for musicians and music lovers.

Classical Music Made More Accessible by an “Ensemble Music Stage Play”

By Jirasiri Kangvannavakul


Marimba Concertino with Khon Performance

By Anusorn Prabnongbua


Learning four Mallet Technique for Intermediate Percussionist

By Nadis Boonrod


Expressing Music: Playing Sounds, Expressing Minds

By Jirayut Thaolipo


Music and Moving Images: “Film Music in the Sci-fi (Space)”

By Songklod Nunthakasem


A Sonic Self-portrait : a Multidisciplinary Investigation of Everyday Life

By Pradnampetch Kanoknak

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