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The Music@TCDC

  • (Audio-Visual Project)
  • Where: Kiosk, TCDC

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.

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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.

On Sunday, October 17th, catch a guitar jazz jam session by Nakarin Teerapenun (Golf T-Bone) and Pongsiri Kajornvaekin (Maew OMAH), lecturers at the Faculty of Music, Silpakorn University.

Pongsiri Kajornvaekin (Maew OMAH)
OMAH guitarist and lecturer at the Faculty of Music, Silpakorn University

“Maew” Pongsiri Kajornvaekin co-founded OMAH in 2006 together with fellow lecturers in the Faculty of Music, Silpakorn University. Other band members include “Aon” Pisut Prateeprasena on tenor saxophone, “Oa” Pornchart Viriyapark on acoustic bass and “Hong” Chanutr Teachatananan on drums. The repertoire OMAH plays includes both jazz standards and refreshing originals. The band is considered one of imagination and creativity. OMAH brings new arrangements with new harmonies and rhythms to the compositions combined with masterful improvisation. They look forward to bringing a refreshing jazz perspective to you and sharing the continuing tradition of imagination and forethought in modern jazz.

Nakarin Teerapenun (Golf T-Bone)
T-Bone guitarist, StoneHead’s founder and guitarist, lecturer at Silpakorn University and host of a jazz guitar tutoring program at www.guitarthai.com

Fueled by his passion for jazz music, Nakarin Teerapenun, leader of T-Bone – a Thai ska-reggae band, formed StoneHead in 2003. Apart from Nakarin, band members have revolved over the years depending on the “mood and tone” Nakarin wants to achieve in his performances,

Currently, StoneHead comprises Nakarin’s fellow jazz aficionados, some of whom are the creme de la creme of jazz music grads who were hand-picked by Nakarin. The band has performed overseas on several occasions between 2004-2008, particularly in the UK and Japan. They were also a part of “Ramakien – A Rak Opera”, the project which took them to the stage at Lincoln Center, New York, in 2006, where they performed with the world’s leading avant-garde jazz guitarist and composer, Arto Lindsey.

StoneHead also loves touring around Thailand, as they enjoy meeting and jamming with other musicians, especially Thai upcoming jazz artists.

More about Stone Head:
www.myspace.com/stoneheadjazz, www.tboneska.com

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

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