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The Music@TCDC

  • (Audio-Visual Project)
  • When: 23 - 30 October 2010 | 19:00-20:00
  • Where: Kiosk, TCDC

Free Admission Bringing to the stage a new generation of musicians and artists, The Music@TCDC showcases exciting new talents in a cozy and vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy an evening of live music, short films, and a fusion of visual media with musical performances every weekend at Kiosk.

Free Admission

Bringing to the stage a new generation of musicians and artists, The Music@TCDC showcases exciting new talents in a cozy and vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy an evening of live music, short films, and a fusion of visual media with musical performances every weekend at Kiosk.

Acclaimed graphic novelist Wisuth Pornnimit (Tum) will entertain you with piano performance plus live animation drawing on October 23th. And enjoy an acoustic set by your favourite indie band Cham Cham on October 30th.

Wisuth Pornnimit (Tum)
Wisuth Pornnimit (Tum) was born on August 15, 1976. He received a BA in Interior Design from the Faculty of Decorative Arts, Silpakorn University. His graphic novels which have been published both in Thailand and Japan include Hesheit and Swing series, Everybodyeverything anthology, Tum & Japan and Smoke Under Hat. Wisuth has also collaborated with many Thai and Japanese artists such as Moderndog, Hosonoharuomi, Yoshimoto Banana, and performed piano recital with live animation drawing in Thailand and Japan.

Cham Cham
Cham Cham was formed by 6 law classmates and has been performing at university events. In 2005, Cham Cham released their first album with Indy Café records. After the graduation, the band’s activities were put on hold as its members continued their studies and got full-time jobs. Cham Cham’s current members are Kongyot Kunjak (Vocal & Guitar), Nirandorn Thongsawatwong (Chorus & Bass) and Aphiwat Kongsuwan (Drum).
From the start, Cham Cham plays pop with a touch of soul featuring wind instrument. Their music style has changed a little over time, but is still based on pop.

For more information, please contact TCDC Information Counter, tel. 02 664 8448 ext. 213, 214.

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