TIJC Performance Series

Well known for bringing in superb-quality jazz music, TIJC will, again, feature the greatest jazz musicians of our time from all over the world.

TIJC Education Series

Following the successful TIJC 2009 - TIJC 2017, it's time to get inspired and get your knowledge tank fulfilled once again!!!

TIJC Solo Competition

TIJC solo competition is a jazz improvisation competition with reliable and comprehensible performance regulations using internationally recognized adjudicators.

TIJC Jazz Camp

Find out all you need to know to progress your Jazz skills far forward in our new TIJC JAZZ CAMP during January 22-24, 2018.



TPO with Jazz

Time Venue
January 19 2018
Begin at 19.00
Prince Mahidol Hall
January 20, 2018
Begin at 16.00


TIJC 2018 Jazz Camp

Time Venue
January 22-24, 2018
09.00 – 16.00
PC 807 Recital Hall Pre-College Boarding School


Friday, January 26, 2018

Time Main Stage Auditorium Oval Stage
Day 09:30 - 10:00   Mahidol University Jazz Big Band RMU Big Band
(10:00 - 10:40)
Swing Dude
(10:40 - 11:20)
Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat U.Jazz Orchestra
(11:20 - 12:00)
Ratwinit Bangkaeo Jazz Big Band
(12:00 - 12:40)
NRRU Big Band Jazz
(12:40 - 13:20)
(13.20: - 14:00)
Vajiravudh College Big Band
(14:00 - 14:40)
Mart Town
(14:40 - 15:20)
Coffee Break
(15:20 - 16:00)
(16:00 - 16:40)
R.T.E (The Road to Eternity)
(16:40 - 17:20)
Rmutt Jazz Orchestra
(17:20 - 18:00)
(18:00 - 18:40)
Rescue Project
(18:40 - 19:20)
(19:20 - 20:00)
10:00 - 10:50   "Opening Ceremony Lifetime Achievement
11:00 - 11:50   Randy Johnston: Guitar (Workshop: EN*)
12.00 - 12.50   Mahidol Wind Orchestra
13:00 - 13:50   Henry Cole : Drums
(Workshop: EN*)
14:00 - 14:50   Kevin Hays: Piano
(Workshop: EN*)
15:00 - 15:50   Will Vinson : Saxophone
(Workshop: EN*)
16:00 - 16:40   Alfredo Rodríguez : (Piano) (Workshop: EN*)
16:50 - 18:30   TIJC Solo CompetitionType: B
Night 18:30 - 19:20 Silpakorn University Jazz Orchestra    
19:40 - 20:30 Steve Cannon Soultet    
20:50 - 21:40 Silpakorn Faculty Jazz Ensemble    
22:00 - 23:00 Claudio Filippini Trio    

Saturday, January 27, 2018

Time Main Stage Auditorium Oval Stage
Day 10:00 - 10:50   Siam Jazz Orchestra JRP Little Big Band
(10:00 - 10:40)
Songkhla Rajabhat University Big Band
(10:40 - 11:20)
Klong Morn Little Jazz Big Band
(11:20 - 12:00)
Captian James22
(12:00 - 12:40)
NRG Jazz Group
(12:40 - 13:20)
Horwang Big Band
(13.20: - 14:00)
SWU Band
(14:00 - 14:40)
(14:40 - 15:20)
Goten cruize
(15:20 - 16:00)
Ramkhamhaeng University Jazz Big Band
(16:00 - 16:40)
(16:40 - 17:20)
Sisaket Rajabhat University Jazz Band
(17:20 - 18:00)
(18:00 - 18:40)
Cholakit And Friends Project
(18:40 - 19:20)
Pawin Limkangvanmongkol Trio
(19:20 - 20:00)
11:00 - 11:50   Destination Unknown
12:00 - 12:50   Quince Factory
13:00 - 13:50   Passkorn Morasilpin Quintet
14:00 - 14:50   Orlando le Fleming: Double bass
(Workshop: EN*)
15:00 - 15:50   Mike Moreno: Guitar
(Workshop: EN*)
16:00 - 16:40   Munir Hossn: Double Bass
Gene Coye: Drums
(Workshop: EN*)
16:50 - 18:30   TIJC Solo CompetitionType: A
Night 18:30 - 19:20 Rangsit University Jazz Orchestra    
19:40 - 20:30 Enrico Zanisi Trio    
20:50 - 21:40 Changton Kunjara Quartet    
22:00 - 23:00 Alfredo Rodríguez Trio    

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Time Main Stage Auditorium Oval Stage
Day 10:00 - 10:50   Jazz Philharmonic Vee orleans
(10:00 - 10:40)
Royal Thai Navy Jazz Orchestra
(10:40 - 11:20)
Green Big Band
(11:20 - 12:00)
K.U. Band
(12:00 - 12:40)
Thaksin University Big Band Jazz
(12:40 - 13:20)
PRD Band
(13.20: - 14:00)
Ubon Ratchathani Rajabhat University
(14:00 - 14:40)
The Occasional Jazz Orchestrator Project
(14:40 - 15:20)
The Bangkok Big Band (BBB)
(15:20 - 16:00)
Bangkok Swing X Dixieology
(16:00 - 16:40)
Mahidol university jazz stage band
(16:40 - 17:20)
Hua-Hin Ensemble
(17:20 - 18:00)
Snapper Town Band
(18:00 - 18:40)
Kenny ND kang
(18:40 - 19:20)
The Backpackers project
(19:20 - 20:00)
11:00 - 11:50   Enrico Zanisi : Piano
(Workshop: EN*)
12:00 - 12:50   I/D Trio
13:00 - 13:50   Jared Sim : Saxophone
(Workshop: EN*)
14:00 - 14:40   Lorenzo Tucci : Drums
(Workshop: EN*)
14:40 - 15:20   Luca Bulgarelli : Bass
(Workshop: EN*)
15:20 - 16:00   Claudio Filippini : Piano
(Workshop: EN*)
16:00 - 16:40   Win Pongsakorn's European Quintet
16:40 - 17:20   Funktion
17:20 - 18:00   Chalermraj Big Band
18:00 - 18:40   The Big Band of Penang (BBoP)
Night 18:30 - 19:20 Mahidol University Jazz Orchestra    
19:40 - 20:30 Keng Tachaya    
20:50 - 21:40 Pomelo Town with Randy Johnston    
22:00 - 23:00 Will Vinson Quintet    

Update: December 1, 2017 Remark* EN = English with Thai Translation
*The program is subject to change without notice*


Friday, January 26, 2018
  • 11:00 - 11:50
    Incorporating Blues in your Jazz playing
    Randy Johnston: Guitar

    Incorporating Blues in your Jazz playing The workshop will cover various uses of Blues scales and inflections to enhance improvisation over several types of jazz tunes, and will include Blues phrases for the students to learn.

  • 13:00 - 13:50
    Jazz Drums in a wider context
    Henry Cole: Drums

    This session will look at ways to introduce drum and percussion concepts from a wide range of musical genres into Jazz.

  • 14:00 - 14:50
    Improvising and Composing
    Kevin Hays: Piano

    Kevin will discuss his approach to these two related but functionally different aspects of musical development.

  • 15:00 - 15:50
    The all around modern musician
    Will Vinson: Saxophone

    Will will talk about the various roles that are required of musicians these days: bandleader, sideman, composer, arranger, educator, and take questions on ways to develop aspects of one's musicianship that are lacking.

  • 16:00 – 16:40
    Alfredo RodrÍguez:Piano

    In this workshop Alfredo Rodriguez will explain and demonstrate various aspect of his approach to jazz piano playing. Topics may range from the basic of jazz playing to the stylistic issue regarding his particular jazz style.

Saturday, January 27, 201
  • 14:00 - 14:50
    Developing a great bass line
    Orlando le Fleming: Double bass

    Orlando will talk about and demonstrate techniques he's developed to help him generate the ideal bass line for any situation, such as walking, funk bass lines etc, discussing harmony, rhythm, comping principles and use of space.

  • 15:00 - 15:50
    The Rhythm Of Jazz
    Mike Moreno: Guitar

    Comping and ensemble playing. Mike will discuss issues relating to comping on the guitar vs piano, and finding your role in...

  • 16:00 – 16:40
    Munir Hossn : Double Bass
    Gene Coye: Drums

    Munir Hossn and Gene Coye will explain and demonstrate about the role of bassist and drummer in jazz ensemble of various styles, including from traditional jazz to a more modern and latin style.

Sunday, January 28, 2018
  • 11:00 - 11:50
    Enrico Zanisi's workshops
    Enrico Zanisi: Piano

    Enrico Zanisi's workshops are mainly focused on improvisational technics and the development of creative playing, especially when dealing with a specific musical material. Learning how to improvise means knowing the musical codes that allow us to to express ourselves, each time with a new approach. A jazz musician, an improviser, has to carefully pay attention to many details, depending on the context. For this reason the study of improvisation is essential, as well as the listening of the great masters or the constant practice, alone or in a band. Jazz is a language and needs time and passion, fun and dedication. In our language a musician is an improviser and a composer at the same time, and this should never be forgot.

  • 13:00 - 13:50
    Hidden Implications: Rhythmic Structures in Jazz Improvisation
    Jared Sim: Saxophone

    Jared Sims and West Virginia University students will demonstrate how to use the rhythm of a tune for the melodic structure of improvisation.

  • 14:00 - 14:40
    Lorenzo Tucci: Drums

    Lorenzo's workshop is intended for drummers of all ages of any level and style, various topics will be covered: technique, improvisation, polyrhythmy, coordination and independence and various styles: from Jazz to odd times to Funk. The goal of the Tucci's workshop is to identify and enanche the potential of each individual student making it creative and ready for any musical situation. Lorenzo Tucci will speaks about rhythm, with his drumsticks and drums, going from swing to 3/4 all in the air. For him:" The polyrhythmy is like a painting by Escher, "First you see a bird, then a fish". To play the drums like any other instrument, takes passion !!!

  • 14:40 - 15:20
    Luca Bulgarelli: Bass

    Luca teaches at Conservatory of L'Aquila (Italy), on his double bass workshop he will explain some of the basic rules of the bass player sound: the use of the right hand and some notions about the right way to amplify an acoustic upright bass, the intonation (with the left hand), time, swing and the rhythmic approach in general. Other aspects that will be discussed are the comping and the soloing. Luca addresses all the fundamentals of double bass performance.

  • 15:20 - 16:00
    Claudio Filippini: Piano

    Claudio Filippini is a refine teacher, he has students from all over the world that have found in his method an inspirational way of approaching piano. Each lesson is a journey. Filippini brings out the student's own voice and valorize their own sound in a complete work of harmony, melody and rhythm. In the lesson we will talk about different styles that have characterized the history of jazz piano, exercises of modern technique, how to re-harmonize a melody, exercises of independence between the two hands, how to develop creativity through evocative images but above all we will understand the joy of making music together transmitting a strong message to the audience by learning how to be communicative in the most simple and honest way.


Type B: Junior Division
January 26, 2018

Mr. Neti Srisongkram, Piano
Mahidol University

Type A: Open Division
January 27, 2018

Mr. Neti Srisongkram, Piano
Mahidol University




Well known in Thailand's jazz scene as "Chae", Chatri Ornlamun was born on January 30, 1942 in Baan Suan, Bang Srimuang, Nonthaburi Province. Despite his seeming lack of interest in music during the early childhood years, Chatree was forced by his older brother (currently Lieutenant Colonel Vichit Hothai, a National Artist in Performing Arts (Thai Music - the Marching Band) to pick up a clarinet. At first touch of the instrument, Chatree has been in love with music ever since. In 1957, he started his work at the Royal Thai Army Band Department as a music student majoring in E flat clarinet. He changed his instrument later on to B flat clarinet and alto saxophone, respectively. During his early days at the Royal Thai Army Band Department, he had a chance to acquire a great deal of performance foundations from a French visiting professor invited to the institution. Through his talent and great determination, Chatree obtained a top score in music exam and was the only student in his class to achieve perfect ear training score. Throughout his time at the Department, Chatree performed various responsibilities as the Department's musicians, from a marching musician to Department's jazz ensemble member. However, throughout his 15 years as a government officer, he had not been given any official promotion. Being only a private after 15 years of service, he decided to give up his career as a government officer, resigning from the Royal Thai Army Band Department in 1972.

Settling his new life as a full time professional musician, Chatree gradually built his reputation as a fine saxophonist performing with Thailand's leading traditional popular music (Look-Tung music) ensembles, including Suraphol Sombatcharoen and Phongsri Woranuch. As his reputation spread, he was given a very rare opportunity of being amongst very few Thai musicians to perform with various Jazz ensembles composed of expatriates from the Philippines, including Ben Conception and Vic Luna. During that period, Chatree's jazz saxophone performance has developed immensely through experiences obtained from the Philippines artists and his interest in the music of the legendary John Coltrane. Chatree was one of the musicians who realized the importance of the development of music foundation, particularly in developing the aural and musicianship, a skill usually overlooked by most practicing musicians. Persistent aural training and practice has been through finally equipped him with the "perfect pitch", an ability to identify a musical pitch without a reference. Consequently, he was very well-known at the time for his distinctive ability to perform numerous jazz saxophone excerpts and transcriptions extremely identical to the original recordings.

Chatree soon became Thailand's highly acknowledged musician, performing in Bangkok's finest night clubs of the time, including Seeda, Lolita, and many others. In addition to his regular club appearance, he also served as lead alto saxophonist to Saman Karnjanapalin at Bangkhunphrom Television Channel 4 and as a band leader of Suthep Show at Sanampao Television Channel 5. As a recording musician, Chatree worked for several highly regarded singers, including Suthep Wongkamhaeng, Tanin Intarathep, and many others. His contribution to Thailand's jazz scene included his works with various jazz artists such as Somjet Julanakoses, Prajin Songpao, and Mangkorn Peekaew. He had worked with two of Thailand's most prominent jazz fusion groups - Infinity, a jazz group led by Sarayuth Supanyo, and Bangkok Connection led by Osoth Prayurnwej. As a jazz solo artist, Chatree released a jazz fusion solo album entitled "Moment in Love" with EMI (Thailand). Produced by Patai Vichitwechakarn, Moment in Love is amongst few fusion jazz albums which feature all compositions, arrangements, and performances solely by Thai musicians. Currently, Chatree is still active as a professional musician, performing with "Fongnam" a group led by Bruce Gaston.

Apart from roles as a performing and recording jazz artist that have contributed greatly to the development of jazz in Thailand, one of the greatest prides Chatree has about his profession as a musician is his strong determination to give his best in every performance since the inception of his music career, which has spanned for over six decades. As a result of the great determination and honesty in his music career, Chatri Ornlamun has been a role model for countless musicians of generations to come after. Due to his great contribution to the development of jazz music in Thailand, Chatree Onlamon has earned his much-deserved Lifetime Achievement Award from Thailand International Jazz Conference by Mahidol University for the year 2018.












About TIJC Jazz Camp 2018

After the great accomplishment of the launch of the brand new "Thailand International Jazz Conference (TIJC) Jazz Camp 2017" last year, TIJC seeks to continue its success with the upcoming "TIJC Jazz Camp 2018" during Monday 22 to Wednesday 24 January, 2018. With its pleasurable and supportive environment, the TIJC Jazz Camp 2018 will offer all participants great chances to meet, perform with, and learn from the world-class masters, which include Saxophonist Will Vinson, Double bassist Orlando le Fleming, Drummer Henry Cole, Guitarist Mike Moreno , Pianist Kevin Hays.During the three days, TIJC Jazz Camp programme includes a variety of Jazz topics in various forms, from instrumental masterclass, instrumental techniques, Jazz composition, to some musical experience sharing from our prominent faculties. Moreover, all TIJC Jazz Camp's participants will also be entitled of joining ALL TIJC activities held during Friday 26 January to Sunday 28 January, 2018, which include concerts and workshops by outstanding Jazz artists/educators

Two Schemes
Two Schemes those interested in TIJC Jazz Camp can choose to participate in one of the two schemes - Academic Credit (ACr) or standard Non-Credit (NCr) Scheme.

1. Academic Credit Scheme (ACr): The Academic Credit Scheme is an exceptional opportunity for collegiate students seeking to gain academic credits. Upon successful completion of TIJC Jazz Camp: ACr (as explained below), a TIJC Jazz Camp Participation Certificate and an academic transcript showing the credits earned and grade result will be issued to the participants. The credit gained from joining TIJC Jazz Camp can be transferred depending on the related regulations of the participant's home institution. The completion of TIJC Jazz Camp (2 credit hours) in the ACr scheme requires a total of 30 hours of participation in the educational activities during the TIJC week, including:
- 12 hours of joining Jazz workshops/masterclasses during the TIJC Jazz Camp (Monday 22 to Wednesday 24 January, 2018)
- 15 hours of joining Jazz activities held in the Music Auditorium, College of Music, Mahidol University during TIJC Jazz Education Series
(10:00 a.m. - 06:00 p.m., Friday 26 January - Sunday 28 January, 2018)
- 3 hours of TIJC Jazz Camp Review Session. Participants must take part in and successfully pass the Review Session. The "Pass" result in the Review Session requires the participants to turn in the review paper and be fully engaged in Review Session discussion, which is to be held at Room 113, College of Music, Mahidol University. Those interested in participating in ACr scheme but not studying at the College of Music, Mahidol University, should consult their regulations and information regarding academic credits to ensure that the credit earned from TIJC Jazz Camp can be transferred to their home university/college.

2. Non-Credit Scheme (NCr): The Non-Credit Scheme is ideal for those seeking to expand their musical ability and not to gain academic credits. Upon successful completion of TIJC Jazz Camp: NCr (as explained below), a TIJC Jazz Camp Participation Certificate will be issued to the participant. The completion of TIJC Jazz Camp in the NCr scheme requires a total of 12 hours of TIJC Jazz workshop activities during the TIJC Jazz Camp (Monday 22 - Wednesday 24, January 2018)
For both schemes, it is required that participants must attend at least 80% of the classes provided. During Jazz Camp Period (Mon - Wed): For All Participants, at least ten (10) hours of participation during Mon - Wed Period is required. Failure to meet this minimum requirement will disqualify the participant from receiving the TIJC Jazz Camp Participation Certificate and, hence, will result in unsuccessful completion of the course (Grade of F) for ACr schemes. During TIJC Education Series Period (Fri - Sun): Only for ACr Scheme, at least twelve (12) hours of participation during Fri - Sun (daytime sessions in Auditorium) Period is required. Failure to meet this minimum requirement will result in unsuccessful completion of the course (Grade of F, for ACr scheme).

Registration, Tuition Fees and Accommodation
Tuition Fees for TIJC Jazz Camp are explained below;

Fee (Baht)
Tuition Administration Total
1. Academic Credit Scheme      
- MS Student * 4,000 2,000 6,000
- Non-MS Student 4,000 3,000 7,000
2. Non Credit Scheme      
- MS Student * 3,000 - 3,000
- Non-MS Student 5,000 - 5,000
* MS Student = Student of the College of Music, Mahidol University

Thailand International Jazz Conference 2017 (TIJC Jazz Camp)
Activity Office, College of Music, Mahidol University
25/25 Salaya, Phuttamonthon, Nakornpathom 73170, Thailand
Payment can be made directly at the Activity Office, College of Music, Mahidol University, or via bank transfer to the following account.
Account Name: College of Music
Name of Bank: Siam Commercial Bank PCL Saving
Account No: 333-2-10822-1
Bank Tel.: +662 411 9134-7
Swift Code: SICOTHBK
In case of bank transfer (not include money transfer), please send your pay in slip, copy passport or ID card and application form by fax. +662 800 2530

For participants who are currently not residing in Thailand, the application for TIJC Jazz Camp can be made via email (to Mr. Annawin at and the payment can be made at the TIJC Jazz Camp registration desk on the first day of the Jazz Camp (Jan 23, 2017) before the first lesson starts.

TIJC Jazz Camp Schedule (Required for all participants)

Date & Time Day 1 (Monday, January 22, 2018) Artist Venue
08:30a.m.-09:00a.m. Register and orientation   Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school
09:00a.m. -11:00 a.m. Mike Moreno Guitar Workshop: Beyond Shapes and Myths   Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school
11:00a.m.- 12:00 a.m. Will Vinson Saxophone/Wind Workshop 1: Improvising Melodically with Good Harmony Will Vinson Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school
Lunch Break
01:00p.m.-02:30 p.m. Jam Session   Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school
02:30p.m.-03:30 p.m. Kevin Hayes Piano Workshop 1: Voice Leading Kevin Hays Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school


Date & Time Day 2 (Tuesday, January 23, 2018) Artist Venue
09:30a.m. - 11:00a.m. Band Workshop 1: Listening and performing Standard Repertoire Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school
11:00a.m. -12:00a.m. Kevin Hays Piano Workshop 2: Melodic and Inventive Line Playing Kevin Hays Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school
Lunch Break
01:30p.m. -02:15p.m. Orlando Le Fleming Bass Workshop: Fundamentals of Jazz Bass Orlando Le Fleming Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school
02:15p.m. -03:15p.m. Jam Session   Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school
03:15p.m. -04:00p.m. Henry Cole Drum Workshop: the Most Advanced Concept: the Basics Henry Cole Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school


Date & Time Day 3 (Wednesday, January 24, 2018) Artist Venue
09:00a.m.- 10:30 a.m. Rhythm Section (bass/drums) Workshop Henry Cole/Orlando Le Fleming Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school
10:30 a.m.-12:00 a.m. Band workshop 2: Original Material   Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school
Lunch Break
01:30p.m.-02:30p.m. Jam Session   Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school
02:30p.m.-03:30p.m. Will Vinson Saxophone/Wind Workshop 2: Rhythmic Independence and General Queries (will Vinson + 1) Will Vinson Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school
03:30p.m.-04:00p.m. Closing Ceremonies   Pc 807
Pre-college boarding school


Course Descriptions

Focus will be on the student developing a good consistent bass sound for jazz, applying it to walking bass lines while developing their internal pulse. I will also delve deeper into these subjects:
1. Exercises for sound which focus on the right and left hands.
2. Working with and without the metronome and being comfortable with space.
3. Understanding the triplet, its place in Jazz and how to internalize rhythms.
4. Standards - singing the melody while accompanying yourself.
5. Understanding functional harmony and how to play melodic bass lines.
6. Making the right musical choices under pressure.
7. Creating emotion from nothing.

Saxophone/Wind Workshop 1: Improvising melodically with good harmony
We will explore some of the techniques Will has developed to best exploit harmony in the service of melody, rather than the other way around. Linear development, voice-leading and pacing will all be discussed.

Saxophone/Wind Workshop 2: Rhythmic Independence and General Queries
We will focus on techniques for expanding the rhythmic vocabulary of a single-line improviser, and work on methods for strengthening rhythmic independence. Also in the session, Will will answer any questions the attendees may have regarding any other aspect of playing the saxophone.

Band Workshop 1: Listening and performing standard repertoire
In this workshop, we will develop skills for performing standard repertoire without specific arrangements. The focus will be on listening and interacting, improvising arrangements through group communication, and com plimenting and accompanying our ensemble-mates to create the best possible rendition of a standard.

Band Workshop 2: Original material (Will Vinson + 1
Using some of Will's original music, participants will explore ways to take unfamiliar material from the page and turn it into a successful piece of music. Particular attention will be paid to groove, melodic interpretation, and improvisation/comping over unfamiliar chord progressions.

Piano Workshop 1: Voice Leading
In this workshop Kevin will demonstrate how to develop the harmony of a song by utilizing voice leading. Learn how to create new chord voicings and solo lines by connecting the underlying scales.

Piano Workshop 2: Melodic and Inventive Line Playing
In this workshop you'll learn how to break free of patterns and 'licks' through working with scales, voice-leading, and your own unique musical intuition.

Drum Workshop: The most advanced concept: The Basics
How a micro approach to basic concepts give us all the tools necessary to play the most advanced musical ideas. How basic figures take us to the most intricate phrases.

We'll also discuss:
- The high & low idea.
- Being a global musician by finding what links us.
- The Comping Character.
- Universal Claves.
- Drums are physical, Rhythm is Language.
- The conductor of the orchestra: The Brain
- "Las Cuatro Hojitas"

Guitar Workshop: Jazz Guitar Workshop by Mike Moreno
In this jazz guitar workshop, Mike Moreno will cover various ideas you need to know about Jazz Guitar Performance, including solo/improvisation, accompaniment, guitar techniques, and many others.

Rhythm Section Workshop
This rhythm section workshop will focus on the performance of bass player and drummer regarding roles of the rhythm musicians in supporting the jazz ensemble in various jazz styles.

Download TIJC Jazz Camp Form


Ticket Price
3-day Conference pass (all events): Baht 3,000
1-day Clinic pass (day time clinic): Baht 500
1-day Performance pass (evening concert): Baht 800

- Student 20% Discount
- Music Lover Card 20% Discount
- MU Officer 20% Discount
- KTC Card Holder 20% Discount

Ticket available at College of Music, Mahidol University

Buy tickets at the venue or Prince Mahidol Hall Ticket Office Tel: 02-849-6565/6, Ext. 6604, 6609 or Activity Office Tel 02-800-2530 Ext. 3117, 3109
or visit at
E-mail :,

Public Transportation

Extra Services for TIJC 2018:
Friday, January 26, 2018
Route: Mahidol University (Salaya) - Bang Wa BTS Station
The Shuttle Bus (Salaya Link) will leave from Salaya to Bang Wa BTS Station at 15 minutes after concert is finished.

Saturday, January 27, 2018
Route: Bang Wa BTS Station - Mahidol University (Salaya)
Departure Time: 16:30 and 17:00
Bus Stop: Exit No. 2
Route: Mahidol University (Salaya) - Bang Wa BTS Station
The Shuttle Bus (Salaya Link) will leave from Salaya to Bang Wa BTS Station at 15 minutes after TIJC concerts is finished.

Sunday, January 28, 2018
Route: Bang Wa BTS Station - Mahidol University (Salaya)
Departure Time: 16:30 and 17:00
Bus Stop: Exit No. 2
Route: Mahidol University (Salaya) - Bang Wa BTS Station
The Shuttle Bus (Salaya Link) will leave from Salaya to Bang Wa BTS Station at 15 minutes after TIJC concert is finished.

* A TAXI ride from anywhere near the city center is approximately 250-300 Baht. Please travel safely and take one of the newer cabs. Don't forget to ask the driver to set the meter!

Accomodation Near By

Salaya Pavilion Hotel

(Mahidol University Training Hotel, Salaya, Nakhon Pathom)
Located on the campus of Mahidol University.
Telephone: + (66) 2441 – 0568M
Fax: + (66) 2441-0554


Located on the campus of Mahidol University.
Telephone: + (66) 2889 - 3892 # 4000, 4001

Bandit Parlor Salaya

Telephone: + (66) 2444-6655, 087-544-3333

The Royal Gems Golf Resort and Sports Club

98 Moo3 Salaya-Bangpasi Rd., A.Phuthamonthon, Nakhonpathom, 73170 Thailand
Telephone: + (66) 2 429-8066
Fax: + (66) 2 429-8070

The September Salaya

59 Moo 4 Salaya Phutthamonthon Nakhon Pathom 73170
Telephone: + (66) 2-889-3848, (0)81-911-5866

Bundit Apartment Group

Telephone: + (66) 2 444-6699
Fax: + (66) 2 444-66490


Administration Committee

  Dr. Narong Prangcharoen Dean
  Mr. Richard Ralphs Principal of Pre-College and Boarding School
  Mrs. Ariya Charoensook Associate Dean for Educational
  Mr. Darin Pantoomkomol Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research
  Mr. Krit Buranavitayawut Associate Dean for Construction Development
  Mrs. Paveena Phongsantichai Associate Dean for Finance
  Assistant Professor Dr.Joseph L. Bowman Associate Dean for International Affairs
  Dr. Pawat Ouppathumchua Head of Dean's Office
  Mr. Noppadol Tirataradol Assoc.Dean for Professional Services

Organizing Committee

  Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sugree Charoensook Founder
  Dr. Narong Prangcharoen Executive Director
  Mr. Noppadol Tirataradol Project Manager
  Mr. Darin Pantoomkomol  Artistic Director
  Mr. Krit Buranavitayawut Organizing Committee
  Mr. Teerapoj Plitakul Organizing Committee
  Mr. Kom Wongsawat Organizing Committee
  Mr. Taweesak Boonranapanitpa Organizing Committee
  Mr. Sarit Tanpensuk Organizing Committee
  Mr. Annawin Kerdteesud Organizing Committee
  Mr. Saruet Wijitwechakarn Organizing Committee
  Mr. David Parente Organizing Committee
  Ms. Juthamas Saisaeng Organizing Committee
  Mr. Teerapat Jantob Organizing Committee
  Mr. Thanachai Sae-Chin Organizing Committee
  Ms. Phappim Chuataharn TIJC Secretary


  All Administrative Staffs, College of Music, Mahidol University
  All Jazz Students, College of Music, Mahidol University

Special Thanks

  D Media Consultant PR Consultant
  Who Sound Co., Ltd  Light & Sound
  Unakun Co., Ltd Stage & Site Decoration
  Southstar Network Co., Ltd Visual Equipment
  Mr. Setsiri Nirandara Master of Ceremony
  Mr. Pongpop Rakagsorn Master of Ceremony
  Mr. Polwit Opapant English Translator
  Mr. Darin Pantoomkomol English Translator
  Mr. Kom Wongsawat English Translator


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