Feroci Philharmonic Winds
Presenting the high quality of live performance for Thai audience and produces a distinctive and excellence performing standard of wind band music not only in Western Classical but also in Thai New Music repertoire
Thailand Jazz Competition
Jazz Studies Program has been immensely involved with many jazz activities both domestic and international level. We initiated a highly acclaimed “Thailand Jazz Competition” (TJC) As the first of its kind in the country, the contest was overwhelmingly participated by jazz musicians as well as audiences nationwide.
In 1958, Pro Musica came into being as a string quartet and subsequently grew into a small chamber orchestra. M.L.Usni Pramoj was an original founder, violinist in the quartet, concertmaster of the orchestra, occasional conductor, and general manager. The orchestra received much support from the Goethe Institute, various cultural missions, and a few business concerns. It became Thailand’s first non-government professional orchestra with the aim of promoting classical music in Thailand. The orchestra performed regularly until 1975 when it metamorphosed into the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra. Recently, it became apparent that there was still a need for a small and more mobile chamber orchestra. Thus the Pro Musica Orchestra was revived
Silpakorn University Jazz Camp
Jazz camp immerses participants in a fun, focused, and supportive environment. The program offers instrumentalists and vocalists an opportunity to play with motivated peers and study with a prestigious faculty of professional musicians and educators. Our highly-structured curriculum is tailored to the needs and level of each individual student. Improving your improvisation is our goal, and in every class and rehearsal, faculty will help you to hear the sounds of jazz, understand what those sounds are, and play them when you want to.
Silpakorn Summer Music School
Every (Thailand) summer, Silpakorn University Faculty of Music organized a national summer school for Thai classical music students. The goal is for students to have opportunities to learn outside the classroom.
Silpakorn University Wind Orchestra
ASEAN Music Network
Regarding a possibility of a cooperation to set up the ASEAN Music Networks. The Aims of this project is to organize a music workshop and working networks and to exchange of academic activities and music technology among Silpakorn University, Faculty of Music and other music institutes in Southeast Asia region for the benefits of all parties. We hope this project, would bring us the friendship for our music students and staffs in ASEAN countries to the more closely level in all aspects with no hesitation to give, to share , to support and to learn for each other. Wishing this networking will be the starting point for building the identity of music creative in the region and core standard of music education in Southeast Asia.