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The Music@TCDC

  • (Talk)
  • When: 23 July - 20 August 2011 | 16:30-18:30
  • Where: Kiosk (Creative space), TCDC

Free Admission Meet the music and art gurus who will share their experience and answer every question you wish to know about all aspects of music. Join our talks and learn more about the amazing relationship between music and art. You will find that music isn’t as complicated as you think and it’s something that everyone can enjoy.

Free Admission

Meet the music and art gurus who will share their experience and answer every question you wish to know about all aspects of music. Join our talks and learn more about the amazing relationship between music and art. You will find that music isn’t as complicated as you think and it’s something that everyone can enjoy.

23 July 2011
“Music Speaks”

Our special guest speaker is Promin Suntarasarntik or Tom JazzSeen, a jazz music lover and an inspirational freelance architect who was the former editor of JazzSeen magazine and writer of Jazz For Art’s Sake column in JazzLife Bookazine. The talk will be hosted by Nakarin Tirapinan (Golf T-Bone), a music specialist and professor of the Faculty of Music Silpakorn University.

Topic:

Music as an artistic language
Sublime
Subject vs. Object, Aesthetic vs. Technic
Subject of art, music and architecture
New Aesthetics and Thought Provoking Text
New Aesthetics: art, music and architecture

About Promin Suntarasarntik (Tom Jazz Seen)
After graduated with a degree in architecture, Chulalonkorn University 1995, Tom started his career as a professor and special advisor of the Faculty of Architecture since 1995. With experiences and good writing skill, he had been writing about classical and alternative music for What Hi-Fi magazine for 3-4 years. He became the editor of Jazz Seen magazine and writer of Jazz For Art’s Sake column in JazzLife Bookazine. Now he works as an inspirational freelance architect.

20 August 2011
“All about Guitar Effect”

Enjoy a discussion about Guitar Effect units, the electronic device that alter how a musical instrument or audio source sounds. Discover many interesting kinds of Guitar Effect units that you may not have seen before! Meet Guitar Effect units in many different designs and enjoy interesting tips and tricks by our special guru.

Our special speaker is Jirapon Siangsukon, owner of Sweet Sound Bangkok, guru and Guitar Effect unit’s collector. Nakarin Tirapinan (Golf T-Bone), a music specialist and lecturer of the Faculty of Music Silpakorn University will also discuss and share his tips about the usage of different kinds of Guitar Effect units

Topic:

Basic Guitar Effect (for the beginner)
Guitar Effects & Designs
Flood
Special technique

About Nakarin Tirapinan (Golf T-Bone)
Nakarin Tirapinan (Golf T-Bone) is a music and guitar specialist of T-Bone band, the most recognised Thai reggae band. He is a jazz music lover and founder of the Raggae-Ska music in Thailand. He formed the band StoneHead in 2003. His band members has shifted and changed according to the style and mood of the songs that Nakarin wanted to portray in each performance.

Nakarin has recently selected Jazz music lovers to join his band, some of which are leading Jazz musicians in Thailand. The Stonehead performed in many countries during 2004-2008 such as Japan and United Kingdom. In 2006, they were selected to be part of the Ramakien – A Rak Opera at the Lincoln Centre in New York. This performance allowed Nakarin and his friends the opportunity to work with Arto Lindsey, the world-renowned composer and jazz guitar player.

Altough StoneHead has performed in many international stages; they still love performing in Thailand as it allows them to encounter many up and coming Thai jazz musicians.

Get to know StoneHead: www.myspace.com/stoneheadjazz, www.tboneska.com

This talk is part of the audio- visual project The Music@TCDC for July 2011.

Please reserve your seat at TCDC Information Counter Tel. 02 664 8448 ext. 213, 214.

Remark:
1. Advance phone reservation is recommended. 

2. The talk will be conducted in Thai only

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