Dr. Clare Suet Ching Chan

Dr. Clare Suet Ching Chan

Faculty of Music and Performing Arts, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris

Southeast Asian Music Traditions

Southeast Asian Music Traditions 

  • Dr. Jose Buenconsejo, chair
  • Dr. Clare Suet Ching Chan

SEADOM subcommittee for Research and Critical Reflection aspires to:

1. promote Southeast Asian Music traditions.

2. foster a culture of exchange in performance, research, and pedagogies of SEA music traditions.

3.  development of critical thinking into the music systems and philosophies of the traditions

Specific Project for 2014-2015

1. To gather information from members about patronage of traditional arts in Southeast Asian Societies, with a view of locating support of tradition in civil society.

Southeast Asian Music Traditions Theme Reflection Presentation (2015)

To request information regarding this subcommittee please email the SEADOM office at – contact@seadom.org

Malaysia
Dr. Shahanum Shah

Dr. Shahanum Shah

Faculty of Music, University Technologi MARA

Research and Critical Reflection

Research and Critical Reflection

(Dr. Shahanum Mohd. Shah, chair)

SEADOM subcommittee for Research and Critical Reflection aspires to:

1. promote research on music in Southeast Asia.

2. promote and facilitate research collaborations among SEADOM members in the different types and areas of research.

3. provide a platform for the sharing of information on research in Southeast Asia.

4. provide a database of co-researchers in respective areas of expertise.

Specific Project for 2014-2015

1. Create a database of those interested in research collaborations and their respective areas of expertise.

2. Initiate collaborative research among SEADOM members that can fulfill the aims of SEADOM.

Research and Critical Reflection Theme Reflection Presentation (2018)

To request information regarding this subcommittee please email the SEADOM office at – contact@seadom.org

Malaysia
Dr. Jean-David Caillouet

Dr. Jean-David Caillouet

Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music

Celebrating the New

Celebrating the New

     Subcommittee Members for 2015:

  • Jean-David Caillouet (Chair)
  • Anothai Nitibhon
  • Hasnizam Abdul Wahid
  • Moe Naing
  • Verne Dela Pena

SEADOM subcommittee for Celebrating the New aspires to:

1. Assist in the creation of a comprehensive archive of Southeast Asia’s musical output (traditional, classical, contemporary, etc...)

- working together with the traditional music subcommittee *

2. Promote “transcultural” collaborations and creations: (traditional, folk, classical, contemporary, improvised music, etc...)

3. Create dialogues and encourage the fusion of musical styles (traditional, contemporary, electro-acoustic, etc...)

4. Develop the infrastructure for collaborations through networks (live streaming of events, networked performances).

5. Collaborative Research: revisiting and rediscovering traditional music philosophies through the exploration of oral traditions and improvisations techniques.

Specific Projects for 2014-2015

1. Archival Project: “Virtual Public Platform”

2. Collaboration Projects between students and teachers “Existing Platforms”

To request information regarding this subcommittee please email the SEADOM office at – contact@seadom.org

Thailand
Dr. Anothai Nitibhon

Dr. Anothai Nitibhon

Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music

Celebrating the New

SEADOM subcommittee for Celebrating the New aspires to:

1. Assist in the creation of a comprehensive archive of Southeast Asia’s musical output (traditional, classical, contemporary, etc...)

- working together with the traditional music subcommittee *

2. Promote “transcultural” collaborations and creations: (traditional, folk, classical, contemporary, improvised music, etc...)

3. Create dialogues and encourage the fusion of musical styles (traditional, contemporary, electro-acoustic, etc...)

4. Develop the infrastructure for collaborations through networks (live streaming of events, networked performances).

5. Collaborative Research: revisiting and rediscovering traditional music philosophies through the exploration of oral traditions and improvisations techniques.

 

Thailand
 

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