Ensemble Music Makers

Ensemble Music Makers or EMM, an ensemble explores new and experimental musical paths in compositions by collective proposing novel approaches to performance, experimenting with many musical styles, from Western classical music to new contemporary composition and creative work.

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Pre-EMM: Reflection of Thais

Barbara Zion, soprano
Anothai Nitibhon, piano
Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee, viola

Performed by three artists from Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music, Reflection of Thais, will demonstrate how classical music, 10,000 miles away from its origin in Europe, integrated into the life of our tropical Thais. A musical journey through Arias of Puccini, Verdi and Britten, to sweet tunes of Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera, combine with classical repertoire such as Schumann‟s Viola Sonata and a contemporary interpretation of Thai Classical Music.

Press: Reflection of Thais - Gulf Daily News Wednesday, 21st Aug 2013

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2013 Debuted

Princess Soamsawali presided over the concert on the occasion of the 1st anniversary of the Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music Establishment. The EMM debuted to perform the Piano Quartet with Tango Dancers performed Adios Nonino, the Piazzolla’s composition arrangement by Anothai Nitibhon

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2013 Bruch and Nitibhon

String Octet performed Bruch octet. It was Thailand premiere to collect the talented musicians in making music and including performed La-Len (ละเล่น), a new composition for octet with the visual and acting composed by Dr Anothai Nitibhon. Also, this concert was a prototype as a pilot project of the youth orchestra named Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music Youth Orchestra, PYO

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2015 Viola Rangers

Viola Rangers showcased the viola ensemble, an experimental showcasing to perform the five violists who passion in the arranging the classical music repertoire for the viola ensemble by their owns interpretation, inspired by the impersonating of the Superheros to explore the new way of music performance.

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2017 Piano Trio

Trio for clarinet, viola and piano performed the composition of Mozart, Bruch Trio and Whisper, a new piece written for this ensemble inspired by the little-known music from Black Lahu music culture.

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2017 Guitar and String Quartet

Apichai Chantanakajornfung, guitar

Anawin Sawattabovorn, violin

Kiratikorn Promdewet, violin

Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee, viola

Witthawas Mai-Auem, Cello


Tango Dancers:

Zack Zack Horsenantez

Treemeen Charoenphithak

Guitar and String Quartet, a chamber music concert was featuring composition for guitar and string quartet by Brouwer, Piazzolla and Suwanpakdee.

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2018 PGVIM Viola Ensemble

Curated by

Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee

Miti Wisuthumporn

Pongthep Jitduangprem

Musicians:

Violas

Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee

Miti Wisuthumporn

Pongthep Jitduangprem

Phattarapoj Sawangchaeng

Ketwalee Sangthong

Chamamas Kaewbuadee

Theerasit Sae-lim

Kawalee Phakarat

Benz Thanaporn

Rachsingh

Chanita Pholudom

Pattarapol Sukvajeeporn

Anothai Nitibhon


Double Bass

Ploy Karawapong


Harpsichord and Keyboard

Kawirat Saimek

Tintin Tomorrow


Drumset

Tanasit Siripanichwattana


Sor

Marut Nopparat

PGVIM Viola Ensemble dedicated this concert to Associate Professor Khunying Wongchan Phinainitisatra, the founder of Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music (PGVIM) and Assistant Professor Choochart Pitaksakorn, the Thai National Artist and founder of the Viola Lovers ensemble. This performance featured PGVIM lecturers, alumni and the students playing a diverse array of compositions that arrangement for the viola ensemble from the Western classical music to the contemporary creative works, and thereby showcase the versatility of the viola.

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2019 PGVIM Singers on Plays

Project Tagline

PGVIM Singers on Play, a creative work of music, art, drama with international tales.

acted by PGVIM Singers

Music by Anothai Nitibhon

Directed by Rasmi Phairuangthong

Musicians Ensemble Music Makers


Performed on Saturday, June 15, 2562 at 16.00 pm. Sangita Vadhana Hall, PGVIM

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2019 Dusk and Dawn

Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee, viola
Anothai Nitibhon, piano

‘Dusk and Dawn’, EMM presents a performance of two individuals in the dialogue between viola and piano, performs by Anothai Nitibhon and Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee with the repertoire by Arnold Bax, Toru Takemitsu, Bloch, Sngkn Kim, Anothai Nitibhon and Jean-David Caillouët.

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Composer

Piyawat Louilarpprasert (composer)

Artists

Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee, viola 

Thanapat Ogaslert, machine

Piyawat Louilarpprasert, sound design

PGVIM E-learning documentary 2020

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2021 Song from a Secret Garden covered by 'Violin and Her'

Youtube Channel: Violin and Her

Due to Covid-19, musicians transmit their music through the online platform. This event, View Athiya, YouTuber on Violin and Her channel invited EMM to feature a recording project entitled Song from a Secret Garden run by String Quintet covered

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Music and curated by Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee

Performed by Mae Hong Son Music Gurus and Ensemble Music Makers

Uplifting tunes,

Mae Hong Son’s folk music is rich with stories that reflect the way of life through agriculture, rituals, traditions, and music. Beauty can be transmitted through sounds and infused with traditional culture, preserving the important identity of the people.

Vivid reminiscence,

Some stories may be recorded in the form of music and passed down from generation to generation, allowing future generations to comprehend and remember the roots of the ancient culture.

Far away land in the mist

Mae Hong Son is the city of three mists and diverse culture. Music ... continues to perform these functions.

(edited by Budsaba Kanoksilapatham)

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Musique de la Vie Concert Series

A musical approach to interdisciplinary research, Upgrading Cultural Heritage for Creative Tourism in Mae Hong Son Research Project

Funded by Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music
Venue: Thai-Asian Music Centre, PGVIM

 

EMM Gallery

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