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New Composition for Traditional Instrument focused on Sho and Khaen

Date
Date(s) - 07/11/2019

Location
Music Auditorium, College of Music, Mahidol University


College of Music. Mahidol University presents Cooperative Project with Japan Toward Creation of New Traditional
Music New Composition for Traditional Instrument focused on Sho and Khaen

Sho is one of the main instruments for Gagaku (Japanese Royal Court Music). Its origins can be traced back to the 7th century. In spite of its ancientness, the grace sound of Sho has attracted many contemporary composers around the world and many of them have challenged to compose new works since 1970’. Sho is the instrument that has ancientness and freshness at the same time for modern people.

Performers:

  • MIURA Remi, sho
  • NAKAMURA Hanako, sho
  • Thanapol Setabrahmana, conductor
  • Teesin Puriwatthanapong, violin
  • Patis Intaramaha, violin
  • Narawit Phoomesat,viola
  • Chawanvit Vuthikornnudomkit, violoncello
  • Yodsatorn Pongsakorn Kijroongruangpaisan, clarinet

Concert Program:

Solo pieces
Japanese Traditional Music
Kathrin Denner (Germany): engrave
KAWAKAMI Osamu (Japan): Silk Tree
SAIKI Yumi (Japan): Entomophonie Ⅶ
MIYATA Mayumi (Japan): SHO PRACTICA I
Teetawat Boonchuailea (Thailand): Tao-whan
Narong Prangcharoen (Thailand): New Work

Chamber Music
KANEDA Nozomu (Japan): Snow, falling quietly
like a Lullaby
(for Sho, clarinet, violin & violoncello)
HOSOKAWA Toshio (Japan): Landscape V
(for Sho & string quartet)

Ticket (Concert):

  • General: 200 Baht
  • Students: 100 Baht (need student ID)
  • MS students and staffs: Admission free

Workshop: Admission Free

Venues
COLLEGE OF MUSIC. MAHIDOL UNIVERSITY Salaya Campus
25/25 Phuttamonthon Sai 4 RD., Salaya
Phuttamonthon Nakhonpathom, 73170
Tel: 02-800-2525 Ext. 3202
Email: irmusicmu@gmail.com
https://www.music.mahidol.ac.th


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