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  • Resident Composers Concert (Shanghai Music Week)

    Sep 15, 2018

    7:30pm

    Shanghai Symphony Concert Hall

    Premiere of Raging Fire for Orchestra by Zhejiang Symphony Orchestra, GAO Jian, conductor

  • Thailand International Composition Fesitval 2018 Finale Concert

    Aug 11, 2018

    4:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Performance of Endless Tears with Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra, Shinik Hahm, conductor

  • Storm Large sings The Seven Deadly Sins

    Apr 27, 2018

    7:30pm

    RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra and Maestro Carlos Kalmar performed Phenomenon for Orchestra , Weill
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    Unfinished Symphony, and Ravel
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  • Phenomenon Numberger Symphony

    Mar 18, 2018

    4:30pm

    Meistersingerhalle, Nürnberg

    Nurnberger Symphony and Maestro Kahchun Wong performed Phenomenon for Orchestra

  • Phenomenon Numberger Symphony

    Mar 17, 2018

    8:00pm

    Meistersingerhalle, Nürnberg

    Nurnberger Symphony and Maestro Kahchun Wong performed Phenomenon for Orchestra.

  • Witness the Phenomenon

    Feb 03, 2018

    7:30pm

    Esplanade Concert Hall

    Leading Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen’s Phenomenon begins this fascinating programme with its invocation of mysterious natural phenomena. Then, explore the dark and  eerie soundscapes of Shostakovich’s Cello Concerto No. 2, before concluding the night with Dvořák’s trademark symphonic melodies.

    Singapore Symphony Orchestra
    Carlos Kalmar, conductor
    Jan Vogler, cello

  • Italy and TIJC

    Jan 20, 2018

    4:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall, Thailand

    Premiere of Rhapsody on the Northern Folk Songs for Jazz Quartet and Orchestra by Pomelo Town and Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra.

  • Italy and TIJC

    Jan 19, 2018

    7:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall, Thailand

    Premiere of Rhapsody on the Northern Folk Songs for Jazz Quartet and Orchestra by Pomelo Town and Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra.

  • Closing Concert of Shanghai Music Week

    Sep 24, 2017

    7:30pm

    Shanghai Symphony Hall

    Dialogue Between Asian

    and European Symphonies

    performance of Illuminations for Orchestra by Shanghai Opera House Orchestra, Shinik Hahm, conductor

  • Dialogue between Asia and Oceania

    Sep 24, 2017

    3:30pm

    Shanghai Conservatory of Music Hall

    Performance of Sunyata by NZTrio from New Zealand.

  • Ancient Voices

    Sep 19, 2017

    7:30pm

    ASU Gammage

    The Arizona State University Wind Orchestra and Wind Ensemble conducted by Gary W. Hill and Jason Caslor are joined by guest composers John Mackey and Narong Prangcharoen and soprano Lindsay Kessleman in what promises to be a spectacular opening concert.

  • ASU Orchestra Season Opening

    Sep 16, 2017

    7:30pm

    ASU Gammage

    ASU Symphony Orchestra
    Jeffery Meyer, Conductor



    Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan, Sitar

    Narong Prangcharoen, Guest Composer



    The ASUSO will open its 2017-18 season with a diverse and innovative musical journey. Guest composer Narong Prangcharoen (Thailand) and sitar virtuoso Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan (India) will join the ASUSO, (re)framing Philip Glass’ Offering in celebration of his 80th birthday. The journey will conclude with the 1001 nights of Rimsky-Korsakov’s classic Scheherazade.

    Narong Prangcharoen: Phenomenon (2004)
    Philip Glass: Offering from “Passages” (1990)
    Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan/Jacob Adler: Sitar Concerto in Raag Gavati (2015)
    Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade

  • TPO Asian Tour in Penang

    Sep 04, 2017

    7:00pm

    Dewan Sri Pinang

    Conductor: Delta David Gier

    Soloists: 

    • Cherryl J. Hayes, Voice
    • Krit Buranavitayawut, Saxophone

    Programs:

    • Dmitri Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Op. 47
    • Narong Prangcharoen: Phenomenon
    • Thai- Malay Traditional Music
      • Nok Kao Malapee
      • Pujoh Pisana
      • Rong-Ngeng
    • King Bhumibol Adulyadej: No Moon
    • George Gershwin: The Man I Love
    • King Bhumibol Adulyadej: H.M. Blues

  • Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra in Yala

    Sep 02, 2017

    7:00pm

    Yala Rajabhat University

    Conductor: Delta David Gier

    Soloists: 

    • Cherryl J. Hayes, Voice
    • Krit Buranavitayawut, Saxophone

    Programs:

    • Dmitri Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Op. 47
    • Narong Prangcharoen: Phenomenon
    • Thai- Malay Traditional Music
      • Nok Kao Malapee
      • Pujoh Pisana
      • Rong-Ngeng
    • King Bhumibol Adulyadej: No Moon
    • George Gershwin: The Man I Love
    • King Bhumibol Adulyadej: H.M. Blues

  • From Russia with Love

    Jul 08, 2017

    4:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall, Thailand

    Performance of "Lighter than Air" by the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra and Alfonso Scarano, conductor.  panerai replica

  • From Russia with Love

    Jul 07, 2017

    7:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall, Thailand

    Performance of "Lighter than Air" by the Thailand Philharmonic and Alfonso Scarano, conductor

  • Kansas City Symphony Season Finale

    Jun 18, 2017

    2:00pm

    Helzberg Hall

    Narong Prangcharoen’s “Phenomenon,” Samuel Barber’s Violin Concerto and Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 2 performed by the Kansas City Symphony with violinist Philippe Quint, and Michael Stern, conductor.


    Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/entertainment/music-news-reviews/classical-music-dance/article54584925.html#storylink=cpy

  • Kansas City Symphony Season Finale

    Jun 17, 2017

    8:00pm

    Helzberg Hall

    Narong Prangcharoen’s “Phenomenon,” Samuel Barber’s Violin Concerto and Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 2 performed by the Kansas City Symphony with violinist Philippe Quint, and Michael Stern, conductor.


    Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/entertainment/music-news-reviews/classical-music-dance/article54584925.html#storylink=cpy

  • Kansas City Symphony Season Finale

    Jun 16, 2017

    8:00pm

    Helzberg Hall

    Narong Prangcharoen’s “Phenomenon,” Samuel Barber’s Violin Concerto and Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 2 performed by the Kansas City Symphony with violinist Philippe Quint, and Michael Stern, conductor.


    Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/entertainment/music-news-reviews/classical-music-dance/article54584925.html#storylink=cpy

  • Thai Traces

    Feb 28, 2017

    7:00pm

    Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

    Premiere of Whisper from Afar by Jamorn Supapol, piano, Siripong Tiptan, violin, Apichai Leamthong, cello. 

  • University of Michigan Concert Band

    Feb 08, 2017

    8:00pm

    Hill Auditorium

    Performance of Fata Morgana for Wind Ensemble by University of Michigan Concert Band, Courtney Snyder, conductor.

  • Premiere of Endless Tears

    Dec 10, 2016

    4:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Premiere of Endless Tears for voice and orchestra in memory of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej by the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra and Dariusz Mikulski, conductor. 

  • Premiere of Endless Tears

    Dec 09, 2016

    7:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Premiere of Endless Tears for voice and orchestra in memory of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej by the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra and Dariusz Mikulski, conductor. 

  • Florida State University Wind Orchestra Concert

    Nov 15, 2016

    7:30pm

    Ruby Diamond Concert Hall, Florida State University

    Performance of Lokuttara, commissioned by the Barlow Prize, by the Florida State University Wind Orchestra, Dr. Richard Clary, conductor

  • Tchaikovsky’s Fourth

    Oct 23, 2016

    3:00pm

    Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Premiere of "Absence of Time" by the Pacific Symphony, Carl St. Clair, conductor.

  • Tchaikovsky’s Fourth

    Oct 22, 2016

    8:00pm

    Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Premiere of "Absence of Time" by the Pacific Symphony, Carl St. Clair, conductor.

  • Tchaikovsky’s Fourth

    Oct 21, 2016

    8:00pm

    Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Premiere of "Absence of Time" by the Pacific Symphony, Carl St. Clair, conductor.

  • Tchaikovsky’s Fourth

    Oct 20, 2016

    8:00pm

    Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Premiere of "Absence of Time" by the Pacific Symphony, Carl St. Clair, conductor.

  • Drones, Space, and Silence

    Oct 12, 2016

    7:30pm

    Lincoln Theater

    Performance of Whispering with Foot in the Door Ensemble conducted by Edward Cumming.

  • Chakra Texas Tech University

    Oct 09, 2016

    3:00pm

    Hemmle Recital Hall

    Performance of Chakra by Texas Tech University Symphonic Wind Ensemble conducted by Dr. Sarah McKoin.

  • Thailand International Composition Festival 2016

    Jul 23, 2016

    4:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Performance of Luminary by Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra, Zhang Guoyong, conductor bell & ross replica watches

  • Bach Aria Soloist in Thailand

    Jul 22, 2016

    7:00pm

    MACM Concert Hall, Mahidol University, Thailand

    Performance of Dialogue by Bach Aria Soloists at Thailand International Composition Festival

  • Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra China Performance Tour

    Jul 02, 2016

    10:00am

    Oriental Art Centre Concert Hall, Shanghai

    Performance of Lighter than Air by the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra, Roger Kalia, conductor

  • Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra China Performance Tour

    Jul 01, 2016

    2:00pm

    Shanghai Nanyang Model High School, Shanghai

    Performance of Lighter than Air by the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra, Roger Kalia, conductor

  • Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra China Performance Tour

    Jun 29, 2016

    7:30pm

    Wuzhen Grand Theatre

    Performance of Lighter than Air by the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra, Roger Kalia, conductor

  • Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra China Performance Tour

    Jun 27, 2016

    7:30pm

    Forbidden City Concert Hall, Beijing

    Performance of Lighter than Air by the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra, Roger Kalia, conductor.

  • Bon Voyage Concert

    Jun 22, 2016

    7:00 pm

    Northwood High School

    Performance of Lighter than Air by the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra, Roger Kalia, conductor.

  • The Planet

    Jun 18, 2016

    4:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Guest Conductor Dariusz Mikulski returns to the PMH stage in
    a program featuring TPO’s premier performance of The Planets by
    Holst, along with another premiere of Narong Prangcharoen’s Piano
    Concerto performed by Thai piano virtuoso Christopher Janwong
    McKiggan. The program also features another Prangcharoen work,
    Wisdom of the Land, which is Mahidol University’s motto.

  • The Planet

    Jun 17, 2016

    7:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Guest Conductor Dariusz Mikulski returns to the PMH stage in
    a program featuring TPO’s premier performance of The Planets by
    Holst, along with another premiere of Narong Prangcharoen’s Piano
    Concerto performed by Thai piano virtuoso Christopher Janwong
    McKiggan. The program also features another Prangcharoen work,
    Wisdom of the Land, which is Mahidol University’s motto.

  • China-ASEAN Music Week 2016

    Jun 11, 2016

    5:00pm

    Guangxi Arts University Concert Hall

    Performance of Between Heaven and Earth by Daiske Kino-Shita, flute and Zhao Yu, piano patek philippe replica watches

  • Pan-Pacific Ensemble Concert

    Jun 11, 2016

    8:00pm

    GXAU Xiangsihu Campus Performance Hall

    Performance of Shadow for Woodwind Quintet by Pan-Pacific Ensemble in Nanning, China

  • PSYO Season Finale

    May 22, 2016

    7:00pm

    Renee and Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Premiere of "Lighter than Air" by the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra, Roger Kalia conductor.

  • Thailand Meets America

    May 14, 2016

    4:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    TPO welcomes back Thai classical guitar virtuoso Ekachai
    Jearakul for a performance of Thai composer and US resident Narong
    Prangcharoen’s Guitar Concerto, led by American conductor Jeffery
    Meyer. The program also includes Beethoven’s Leonore Overture
    No. 3, and the cheerful, pastoral sound of Brahms’ Symphony No. 2.

  • Thailand Meets America

    May 13, 2016

    7:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    TPO welcomes back Thai classical guitar virtuoso Ekachai
    Jearakul for a performance of Thai composer and US resident Narong
    Prangcharoen’s Guitar Concerto, led by American conductor Jeffery
    Meyer. The program also includes Beethoven’s Leonore Overture
    No. 3, and the cheerful, pastoral sound of Brahms’ Symphony No. 2.

  • BAS Spectrum

    May 06, 2016

    7:30pm

    1900 Shawnee Mission Parkway

    BAS Spectrum will be an unforgettable night of music. Program including Dialogue composed for BAS by Narong Prangcharoen

  • PSSS Finale: Celebrate With Dance

    May 01, 2016

    7:00pm

    Renee and Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Premiere of the "Night Sky" by the Pacific Symphony Santiago Strings, Irene Kroesen conductor.

  • Red Note Music Festival Concert

    Apr 07, 2016

    8:00pm

    Kemp Recital Hall, Illinois State University

    Program

    help me (2016), for tenor saxophone and piano    David Kirkland Garner (b. 1982)
    Ferlinghetti (2014), for clarinet, viola, and piano    Libby Larsen (b. 1950)
    Dialogue (2014), for soprano, violin, guitar, and harpsichord    Narong Prangcharoen (b. 1973)
    Défi (2015), for saxophone ensemble    Roy Magnuson (b. 1983)
    Prestidigitations (2016), for saxophone ensemble    Joshua Keeling (b. 1982)

  • Presentation at Red Note Music Festival

    Apr 06, 2016

    5:00pm

    Centennial East, Illinois State University

    Present music of Narong Prangcharoen

  • Passage with University of Hawaii Wind Ensemble

    Mar 19, 2016

    TBA

    Bellarmine College Preparatory, CA

    "Pacific Rim" - music from Japan, China, Thailand, Bali, and the United States.  Performance of Passage for Wind Ensemble with University of Hawaii at Manoa Wind Ensemble, Jeffrey Boeckman, conductor.

  • Passage with University of Hawaii Wind Ensemble

    Mar 18, 2016

    TBA

    Acalanes High School, CA

    "Pacific Rim" - music from Japan, China, Thailand, Bali, and the United States.  Performance of Passage for Wind Ensemble with University of Hawaii at Manoa Wind Ensemble, Jeffrey Boeckman, conductor.

  • Western/Northwestern CBDNA Regional Conference

    Mar 17, 2016

    TBA

    University of Nevada Reno

    "Pacific Rim" - music from Japan, China, Thailand, Bali, and the United States.  Performance of Passage for Wind Ensemble with University of Hawaii at Manoa Wind Ensemble, Jeffrey Boeckman, conductor. Performed at Western/Northwestern CBDNA Regional Conference 2016.

  • Pressage with University of Hawaii at Manoa

    Feb 28, 2016

    4:00pm

    Roosevelt High School Auditorium, Hawaii

    "Pacific Rim" - music from Japan, China, Thailand, Bali, and the United States.  Performance of Passage for Wind Ensemble with University of Hawaii at Manoa Wind Ensemble, Jeffrey Boeckman, conductor.

  • Prangcharoen and Mahler

    Feb 13, 2016

    4:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Filled with grandeur, passion, and longing … wit and sarcasm,
    Mahler’s Symphony No. 9 was his final complete symphonic work.
    Alfonso Scarano and TPO will tackle this mighty work and are also
    joined by Italian flutist Massimo Mercelli for the premiere of Thai
    composer Narong Prangcharoen’s Flute Concerto.

  • Prangcharoen and Mahler

    Feb 12, 2016

    7:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Filled with grandeur, passion, and longing … wit and sarcasm,
    Mahler’s Symphony No. 9 was his final complete symphonic work.
    Alfonso Scarano and TPO will tackle this mighty work and are also
    joined by Italian flutist Massimo Mercelli for the premiere of Thai
    composer Narong Prangcharoen’s Flute Concerto.

  • Celebration of the Great Moment V

    Nov 27, 2015

    7:00pm

    Burapha University

    Performance of Mantras for Soprano Saxophone and Wind Ensemble by Luckachai Krichnoi, soprano saxophone, Vanich Potavanich, conductor and the BUU Symphonic Band

  • BYU Wind Symphony

    Oct 29, 2015

    7:30pm

    de Jong Concert Hall

    Wind Music from Around the World

    Donald Peterson, condutor

    The BYU School of Music’s premier instrumental ensemble presents a program of classical and contemporary pieces highlighting wind band music from around the world.

    The evening begins with lighter wind selections from Italy, Brazil, Spain, Venezuela, Ukraine and Scotland. The program concludes with two major works: “Korean Dances” by Korean/Japanese composer Chang Su Koh and a new piece by Thai composer, Narong Prangcharoen, winner of the 2013 Barlow Prize. Prangcharoen’s commissioned work will also be premiered by the United States Marine Band and Florida State University’s Wind Orchestra.

  • Eng Chang The Musical

    Oct 25, 2015

    1:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Performance of Eng Chang the Musical.  Music by Narong Prangcharoen

  • Eng Chang The Musical

    Oct 24, 2015

    1:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Performance of Eng Chang the Musical.  Music by Narong Prangcharoen

  • Eng Chang The Musical

    Oct 24, 2015

    7:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Performance of Eng Chang the Musical.  Music by Narong Prangcharoen

  • Colburn Orchestra

    Oct 24, 2015

    8:00pm

    Ambassador Auditorium, Pasadena

    Carlos Kalmar, Guest Conductor
    Eduardo Rios, violin
    Ravel Rapsodie Espangnole 
    Saint-Saëns Concerto No. 3 for Violin and Orchestra in B Minor, Op. 61
    Narong Prangcharoen Phenomenon
    Bartók Concerto for Orchestra

  • Eng Chang The Musical

    Oct 23, 2015

    7:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Performance of Eng Chang the Musical.  Music by Narong Prangcharoen

  • Eng Chang The Musical

    Oct 18, 2015

    1:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Performance of Eng Chang the Musical.  Music by Narong Prangcharoen

  • Eng Chang The Musical

    Oct 17, 2015

    1:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Performance of Eng Chang the Musical.  Music by Narong Prangcharoen

  • Eng Chang The Musical

    Oct 17, 2015

    7:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Performance of Eng Chang the Musical.  Music by Narong Prangcharoen

  • Eng Chang The Musical

    Oct 16, 2015

    1:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Performance of Eng Chang the Musical.  Music by Narong Prangcharoen

  • Eng Chang The Musical

    Oct 16, 2015

    7:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Performance of Eng Chang the Musical.  Music by Narong Prangcharoen

  • Beethoven Ninth Connections

    Oct 04, 2015

    3:00pm

    Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Premiere of New Work for Pacific Symphony and Maestro Carl St. Clair, conductor.

  • Beethoven Ninth

    Oct 03, 2015

    8:00pm

    Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Premiere of New Work for Pacific Symphony and Maestro Carl St. Clair, conductor.

  • Beethoven Ninth

    Oct 02, 2015

    8:00pm

    Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Premiere of New Work for Pacific Symphony and Maestro Carl St. Clair, conductor.

  • Beethoven Ninth

    Oct 01, 2015

    8:00pm

    Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Premiere of New Work for Pacific Symphony and Maestro Carl St. Clair, conductor

  • Soirée on the Edge 2: Sublime

    Aug 19, 2015

    7:00pm

    Arbor Crest Wine Cellars

    The Spokane Symphony under the baton of Maestro Eckart Preu performed Tears of Dust for String Orchestra.

  • Singapore Saxophone Symposium 2015

    Aug 15, 2015

    7:30pm

    Lee Foundation Theatre
    Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore

    Asian Premiere of Perpetual Motions for Saxophone Quartet by Amigo Saxophone Quartet. 

  • Sound of the Celebration

    Jul 11, 2015

    4:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall

    Performance of Far from Home: concerto for cello and orchestra by José-Luis Novo, conductor and Tapalin Charoensook, cello.

  • 17th World Saxophone Congress

    Jul 10, 2015

    4:45pm

    Salle 22, Cité de la musique et de la danse
    Strasbourg, France

    Premiere of Perpetual Motions for Saxophone Quartet by Amigo Saxophone Quartet.
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  • Sound of Beating and Breathing

    Jul 09, 2015

    3:30pm

    MMCM Auditorium

    Performance of Shadow by Sawasdee Woodwind Quintet

  • Sound of the East

    Jul 09, 2015

    7:00pm

    MMCM Auditorium

    Performance of Śūnyatā for violin, cello and piano by Arcadia Trio

  • Sound of Brass and Wood

    Jul 07, 2015

    3:30pm

    MMCM Auditorium

    Thailand International Composition Festival Concert II: Sound of Brass and Wood. Performance of Pact Ink by Christopher Janwong McKiggan.

  • Sound of Hammers and Strings

    Jul 07, 2015

    7:00pm

    MMCM Auditorium

    Performance of Air for solo violin by Mariano Ceballos. 

  • Opening Concert of Thailand International Composition Festival: “Sound of Explorations”

    Jul 06, 2015

    7:00pm

    MMCM Auditorium

    Performance of Mantras for soprano saxophone and wind ensemble by Mahidol Wind Orchestra, Thanapol Setabrahmana, conductor, and Wisuwat Pruksavanich, saxophone

  • The Exotic East

    May 16, 2015

    4:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall, Thailand

    American conductor Delta David Gier and TPO join to present music by contemporary Asian composers Chou Wen-Chung, Narong Prangcharoen, Chen Yi and Pulitzer prize winner Zhou Long.

  • The Exotic East

    May 15, 2015

    7:00pm

    Prince Mahidol Hall, Thailand

    American conductor Delta David Gier and TPO join to present music by contemporary Asian composers Chou Wen-Chung, Narong Prangcharoen, Chen Yi and Pulitzer prize winner Zhou Long.

  • Collaborations

    May 10, 2015

    1:00pm

    Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    Narong Prangcharoen new commissioned premiere with Pacific Symphony Youth Wind Ensemble, Gregory Whitmore, conductor

  • Tree Line

    Apr 12, 2015

    5:00pm

    Esplanade Recital Studio, Singapore

    Let your weary mind feel rested with Toru Takemitsu’s Tree Line as the piece offers lovely colour and restful slow harmonic rhythm. The concert will also presents works by Thai Composer Narong Prangcharoen’s Echoes of Silence, Singapore-born Composer Chen Zhangyi’s Walks on Water, Conservatory’s Faculty member Adeline Wong’s Synclastic Illuminations and fourth-year student Timothy Tan’s Hypertuba Magna. Conductor Chan Tze Law will lead the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory New Music Ensemble this afternoon. 

  • New and Improved

    Mar 22, 2015

    2:00pm

    NOVA, Alexandria, VA

    Premiere of Lokuttara with US Marine Band, Lt. Col. Jason K. Fettig, conducting

  • Chihim Chik plays Maha Mantras

    Mar 01, 2015

    3:00pm

    Kobacker Hall

    Chihim Chik plays Maha Mantras (Concerto for Soprano/Alto Saxophone and Orchestra) as one of the winners of the BGSU Concerto Competition with the Bowling Green Philharmonia, Emily Freeman Brown, conductor.

  • Hempy Keyboard Series

    Feb 22, 2015

    2:00pm

    The Saugatuck Center for the Arts, Michigan

    Christopher Janwong McKiggan recital. Program includes Three Minds for solo piano.

  • Christopher Janwong McKiggan in Melbourne

    Feb 12, 2015

    6:00pm

    Melbourne Recital Centre

    Program includes
    Brahms’ “Piano Sonata No.2 in F sharp major, Op.2”;
    Narong Prangcharoen’s “Three Minds,”
    Beethoven’s “Piano Sonata No.31 in A flat major, Op.110”;
    Robert Beaser’s “Pag Rag,”
    Karim AI-Zand’s “Paganini Reverie”
    Stravinsky’s “Firebird Suite.”

  • McKiggan at the Cultural Center of the Philippines

    Feb 10, 2015

    7:30pm

    The Cultural Center of the Philippines

    Program includes
    Brahms’ “Piano Sonata No.2 in F sharp major, Op.2”;
    Narong Prangcharoen’s “Three Minds,”
    Beethoven’s “Piano Sonata No.31 in A flat major, Op.110”;
    Robert Beaser’s “Pag Rag,”
    Karim AI-Zand’s “Paganini Reverie” and
    Stravinsky’s “Firebird Suite.”

  • Dialogue

    Feb 07, 2015

    7:30pm

    Village Presbyterian Church

    Be among the first to hear 2013 Guggenheim Award winner Narong Prangcharoen’s commissioned work composed for Bach Aria Soloists’ 15th Anniversary. The evening’s program includes Ysaÿe’s Ballade; BAS’ own La Folia variations; and French Dialogues for keyboard.

  • Sunyata at Rice University

    Feb 06, 2015

    5:30pm

    Duncan Recital Hall  Alice Pratt Brown Hall
    Rice University

    Performance of Sunyata by Vicennium Void

  • Blown Opportunity

    Jan 23, 2015

    7:30pm

    Studio 2@Zoomtopia, 810 SE Belmont

    Brahms first combined horn, violin and piano in an emotional homage to his mother.Third Angle New Music offers that seminal work alongside the avant-garde horn trio of György Ligeti and a new horn trio commissioned by Third Angle New Music from Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen.

  • Blown Opportunity

    Jan 22, 2015

    7:30pm

    Studio 2@Zoomtopia, 810 SE Belmont

    Brahms first combined horn, violin and piano in an emotional homage to his mother.Third Angle New Music offers that seminal work alongside the avant-garde horn trio of György Ligeti and a new horn trio commissioned by Third Angle New Music from Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen.

  • Beethoven & Rachmaninoff

    Dec 13, 2014

    8:00pm

    Renée & Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    The Pacific Symphony
    Carl St.Clair, conductor
    Alain Lefevre, piano
    Prangcharoen: Illuminating Journey (World premiere)
    Prangcharoen: The Migration of Lost Souls
    Beethoven: Symphony No. 7
    Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 2

  • Beethoven & Rachmaninoff

    Dec 12, 2014

    8:00pm

    Renée & Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    The Pacific Symphony
    Carl St.Clair, conductor
    Alain Lefevre, piano
    Prangcharoen: Illuminating Journey (World premiere)
    Prangcharoen: The Migration of Lost Souls
    Beethoven: Symphony No. 7
    Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 2

  • Beethoven & Rachmaninoff

    Dec 11, 2014

    8:00pm

    Renée & Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

    The Pacific Symphony
    Carl St.Clair, conductor
    Alain Lefevre, piano
    Prangcharoen: Illuminating Journey (World premiere)
    Prangcharoen: The Migration of Lost Souls
    Beethoven: Symphony No. 7
    Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 2

  • Vicennium Void

    Nov 06, 2014

    7:30pm

    Mills Hall Mosses Humanities

    Vicennium Void in collaboration with the UW Contemporary Chamber Ensemble presents with Christopher Janwong McKiggan, Geoffrey Herd, Leah Gastler, Kevin Downs, and featuring UW clarinetist Kai-Ju Ho--a concert of contemporary works by Jalbert, Prangcharoen, Schwendinger, Thomas, Tower and a world premiere by UW Alumnus Christopher Walczak

  • ISU Faculty, Students and Friends Chamber Recital

    Oct 24, 2014

    10:30 am

    Landini Center for Performing and Fine Arts, Recital Hall

    Vedanā - Narong Prangcharoen performed by 
    Sharilyn Spicknall, violin; Brian Kilp, horn
    Martha Krasnican, piano

  • Chakra with Western Michigan University Symphonic Band

    Oct 19, 2014

    3:00pm

    Performance of Chakra with Western Michigan University Symphonic Band, conducted by Dr. Scott Boerma

  • Passionate Fury

    Sep 27, 2014

    7:30pm

    Anderson Center for the Arts, Binghamton, NY

    Program:
    Narong Prangcharoen: Tri-Sattawat
    L. van Beethoven:  Piano Concerto No.3
    J. Brahms:  Symphony No. 1
    Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by José-Luis Novo

  • Tapalin and her Cello

    Aug 23, 2014

    4:00pm

    MACM Hall

    Award winning talents are on display as Thai cellist Tapalin Charoensook performs acclaimed Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen’s “Far from Home” for Cello and Orchestra. Italian Guest Conductor Alfonso Scarano leads TPO in this concert that concludes with Borodin’s Symphony No. 2.

  • Tapalin and her Cello

    Aug 22, 2014

    7:00pm

    MACM Hall

    Award winning talents are on display as Thai cellist Tapalin Charoensook performs acclaimed Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen’s “Far from Home” for Cello and Orchestra. Italian Guest Conductor Alfonso Scarano leads TPO in this concert that concludes with Borodin’s Symphony No. 2.

  • Echo of the Mountains with Suan Plu Chorus

    Aug 02, 2014

    7:30pm

    Thailand Cultural Centre

    Performance of "Echo of the Mountains" by Suan Plu Chorus, Ramon Lijauco, Jr., conductor.

  • The 4th Jean-Marie Londeix International Saxophone Competition Final Round

    Jul 18, 2014

    4:00pm

    MACM Hall

    The celebrated French saxophone artist Jean-Marie Londeix returns to chair the final round of his 4th International Saxophone Competition.  The TPO will perform with the finalists of the competition under the baton of Polish Guest Conductor Dariusz Mikulski. Narong Prangcharoen: Concerto for Saxophone “Maha Mantras”

  • Mozart meets Lutoslawski

    Jun 14, 2014

    4:00pm

    MACM Hall

    American guest conductor Jeffery Meyer returns to lead TPO in a performance of Polish Composer Witold Lutoslawski’s Symphony No. 2. The program also features Czech bassoonist Pavel Langpaul performing Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto in B-flat major, and a performance of Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen’s work Phenomenon.

  • Mozart meets Lutoslawski

    Jun 13, 2014

    4:00pm

    MACM Hall

    American guest conductor Jeffery Meyer returns to lead TPO in a performance of Polish Composer Witold Lutoslawski’s Symphony No. 2. The program also features Czech bassoonist Pavel Langpaul performing Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto in B-flat major, and a performance of Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen’s work Phenomenon.

  • Premiere of "Respiration of the Earth" for Suona and Orchestra

    Jun 05, 2014

    7:30pm

    Beijing Concert Hall, China

    Premiere of "Respiration of the Earth" for Suona and Orchestra by Shi Haibin, suona, Li Xincao, conductor and the Central Ballet Symphony Orchestra.

  • China-ASEAN Music Festival

    May 25, 2014

    7:30pm

    National Arts Palace, Concert Hall - Guangxi

    Performance of Tri-Sattawat for Orchestra at  China-ASEAN Music Festival by Guangxi Symphony Orchestra  Conductor: Jinyi Jiang

  • Echoes of Silence in Tianjing

    May 23, 2014

    7:30pm

    Tianjin University of Science & Technology

    Performance of Echoes of Silence by Conservatory Wind Symphony Chamber Players

      Steven D. Davis, conductor

  • Echoes of Silence in Tianjing

    May 22, 2014

    7:30pm

    Tianjing Conservatory of Music Concert Hall, Tianjing

    Performance of Echoes of Silence by Conservatory Wind Symphony Chamber Players

      Steven D. Davis, conductor

  • Echoes of Silence

    May 20, 2014

    7:30pm

    Concert Hall of the Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing

    Performance of Echoes of Silence by Conservatory Wind Symphony Chamber Players

      Steven D. Davis, conductor

  • UMKC Conservatory Wind Symphony

    May 01, 2014

    7:30pm

    White Recital Hall

    2014 Version Premiere of Echoes of Silence for Chamber Ensmble.  Directed by Steven D. Davis, with guest faculty artist Martin Hackleman, horn with UMKC Wind Symphony Members.

  • Guest artist recital with flutist Luisa Sello

    Apr 28, 2014

    7:30pm

    White Recital Hall

    US Premiere of Lom for solo flute by Luisa Sello.

  • Pin-Hua Chen Saxophone DMA Recital

    Apr 18, 2014

    7:30pm

    Smith Recital Hall, UIUC

    Maha Mantras
    Saxophone, Pin-Hua Chen
    Piano, Kevina Leng-Leng Lam
    Percussion, Dan Benson, Yi-Hsuan Lin, and Colin Rambert

  • Michael Hall Faculty Recital

    Mar 26, 2014

    7:00pm

    VanderCook College of Music

    Program

    Eric Malmquist - Sonata for Viola and Piano (2013) James Mobberley - Subject To Change Without Notice, solo viola (2013)  Matthew Burtner - Wooden Dance in Fourteen Time, viola and electronics   Narong Prangcharoen - Antahkarana, solo viola (2010)  Seth Boustead - Time Drips, for viola and piano (2012)  Yu Pengfei - Taohuayuan, for viola and piano (2012)

  • Kita Silpathorn Concert

    Mar 22, 2014

    2pm

    the National Theatre, Bangkok

    Performance of "Rhythms Of Nan" by the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Vanich Potavanich

  • Recital Series

    Mar 22, 2014

    9:20am

    Krannert Center

    Performance of Maha Mantras by Shyen Lee, Saxophone and Casey Dierlam, piano at North American Saxophone Alliance 2014

  • Mantras with California State University Wind Symphony

    Mar 08, 2014

    6:00pm

    Meng Concert Hall

    Program:
    March from Symphonic Metamorphosis -  Paul Hindemith 
    Mantras – Narong Prangcharoen 
    Christopher Bartz – Soprano Saxophone Soloist
    La Fiesta Mexicana – H. Owen Reed

  • Mantras with California State University Wind Symphony

    Mar 07, 2014

    6:00pm

    Meng Concert Hall

    Program:
    March from Symphonic Metamorphosis -  Paul Hindemith 
    Mantras – Narong Prangcharoen 
    Christopher Bartz – Soprano Saxophone Soloist
    La Fiesta Mexicana – H. Owen Reed

  • The Duo "2"

    Mar 06, 2014

    7:30pm

    Ward Hall, Lipscomb University

    New from “2”: Works by Elizabeth Vercoe, Richard Nelson, Pamela Marshall, and Narong Prangcharoen: Between Heaven and Earth for Flute and Piano.

  • Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

    Mar 06, 2014

    7:30pm

    Troy Savings Bank Music Hall,

    The Grammy nominated Imani Winds performs "Shadow" for Woodwind Qunitet at Troy Savings Bank Music Hall TROY, NY


    Program

    VOYAGE


    Tzigane - Valerie Coleman



    Shadow - Narong Prangcharoen



    Five Poems - Karel Husa



    Rubisphere - Valerie Coleman


    For flute, clarinet & bassoon



    The Rite of Spring - Igor Stravinsky arr. Jonathan Russell



    Dance Mediterranea - Simon Shaheen arr. Jeff Scott

  • Calgary Pro Musica

    Mar 03, 2014

    8:00pm

    Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, Canada

    The Grammy nominated Imani Winds performs "Shadow" for Woodwind Qunitet at

    Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, Rozsa Centre, University of Calgary, CALGARY, CANADA

    Program

    VOYAGE


    Tzigane - Valerie Coleman



    Shadow - Narong Prangcharoen



    Five Poems - Karel Husa



    Rubisphere - Valerie Coleman


    For flute, clarinet & bassoon



    The Rite of Spring - Igor Stravinsky arr. Jonathan Russell



    Dance Mediterranea - Simon Shaheen arr. Jeff Scott

  • Calgary Pro Musica

    Mar 02, 2014

    7:00pm

    Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, Canada

    The Grammy nominated Imani Winds performs "Shadow" for Woodwind Qunitet at

    Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, Rozsa Centre, University of Calgary, CALGARY, CANADA

    Program

    VOYAGE


    Tzigane - Valerie Coleman



    Shadow - Narong Prangcharoen



    Five Poems - Karel Husa



    Rubisphere - Valerie Coleman


    For flute, clarinet & bassoon



    The Rite of Spring - Igor Stravinsky arr. Jonathan Russell



    Dance Mediterranea - Simon Shaheen arr. Jeff Scott

  • Flute Concert MUSIKA FOLLIA

    Feb 20, 2014

    7:30pm

    Brick 5, Fünfhausgasse 5, Wien

    Premiere of "Lom" for solo flute and European Premiere of "Between Heaven and Earth" by Luisa Sello, flute and Jia Lee Wang, piano.

  • Jeff Heisler plays Mantras

    Feb 19, 2014

    07:30pm

    Varner Recital Hall - Oakland

    Jeff Heisler, saxophonist, performs Mantras for Soprano Saxophone and Wind Symphony with Oakland University Wind Symphony under the baton of Gregory Cunningham. 

  • Valentine Day

    Feb 15, 2014

    4:00pm

    MACM Hall

    Singaporean guest conductor Chan Tze Law makes his debut with TPO in a performance of romantic orchestra works to celebrate Valentine Day.  The program will also include a performance of celebrated Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen’s Concerto for Saxophone “Maha Mantras” performed by world renowned classical saxophonist, Shyen Lee.

  • Valentine Day

    Feb 14, 2014

    7:00pm

    MACM Hall

    Singaporean guest conductor Chan Tze Law makes his debut with TPO in a performance of romantic orchestra works to celebrate Valentine Day.  The program will also include a performance of celebrated Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen’s Concerto for Saxophone “Maha Mantras” performed by world renowned classical saxophonist, Shyen Lee.

  • DMA Recital II

    Dec 04, 2013

    7:00pm

    Texas Tech University Lubbock,

    Performance of Maha Mantras by Michael Christensen, saxophone.

  • TPO 9th Season Opening Concert

    Nov 08, 2013

    4:00pm

    MACM Hall

    The Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra’s ninth season opens in grand fashion as Chief Conductor Gudni A. Emilsson is joined by bass clarinet soloist Henri Bok to kick off TPO’s new expanded program season. Bok will perform a world premiere concerto written by acclaimed Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen, whose music will be featured throughout the 9th Season. The concert will conclude with popular classics – Sibelius’ Finlandia and Rimsky Korsakov’s Capriccio Espagnol.

  • TPO 9th Season Opening Concert

    Nov 07, 2013

    7:00pm

    MACM Hall

    The Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra’s ninth season opens in grand fashion as Chief Conductor Gudni A. Emilsson is joined by bass clarinet soloist Henri Bok to kick off TPO’s new expanded program season. Bok will perform a world premiere concerto written by acclaimed Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen, whose music will be featured throughout the 9th Season. The concert will conclude with popular classics – Sibelius’ Finlandia and Rimsky Korsakov’s Capriccio Espagnol.

  • Salaya Modern Ensemble

    Jul 09, 2013

    6:00pm

    MACM Hall

    Performance of Whispering for Soprano Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Piano, and Percussion with Salaya Modern Ensemble. Commissioned by newEars Contemporary Music Ensemble.

  • An American in Bangkok

    Jul 05, 2013

    4:00pm

    MACM Hall, Thailand

    American guest conductor Jeffery Meyer joins TPO to perform American composer Aaron Copland’s Symphony No. 3, a magnificent symphonic work containing one of Copland’s most recognizable melodies – the Fanfare for the Common Man. The program also features young Thai violinist Pitchayapa Lueangtawikit performing Saint-Saëns’ Violin Concerto No. 3.Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra with Jeffery Meyer, conductor. Performance of The Migration of Lost Souls.
    Program:
    Narong Prangcharoen: The Migration of Lost Souls for Orchestra (2013)
    Camille Saint-Saëns: Violin Concerto No. 3 in B Minor, Op. 61
    Aaron Copland: Symphony No. 3

  • An American in Bangkok

    Jul 04, 2013

    7:00pm

    MACM Hall, Thailand

    American guest conductor Jeffery Meyer joins TPO to perform American composer Aaron Copland’s Symphony No. 3, a magnificent symphonic work containing one of Copland’s most recognizable melodies – the Fanfare for the Common Man. The program also features young Thai violinist Pitchayapa Lueangtawikit performing Saint-Saëns’ Violin Concerto No. 3.Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra with Jeffery Meyer, conductor. Performance of The Migration of Lost Souls.
    Program:
    Narong Prangcharoen: The Migration of Lost Souls for Orchestra (2013)
    Camille Saint-Saëns: Violin Concerto No. 3 in B Minor, Op. 61
    Aaron Copland: Symphony No. 3

  • Mantras for Soprano Saxophone and Orchestra

    May 30, 2013

    Ziaozi Music Hall, Chengdu, China

    Performance of Mantras for Solo Soprano Saxophone and Orchestra by Chien-Kwan Lin, saxophone and the Sichuan Philharmonic Orchestra.

  • Vedana in Nanning

    May 29, 2013

    7:00pm

    Guangxi Arts Institute Concert Hall

    Performance of Vedana for Horn, Violin and Piano at 2013 China-ASEAN Music Week in Guangxi, Nanning, China. Performers include Huang Jinying, Huang Shiting, and Chen Sifan

  • Romeo&Juliet

    May 24, 2013

    13694148

    Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda, MD

    5301 Tuckerman Lane, North Bethesda, MD 20852Carlos Kalmar introduces Phenomenon by the award-winning young Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen and conducts the great moments from Prokofiev's intoxicating and impassioned ballet Romeo and Juliet. Also featured is pianist Jean-Philippe Collard, known for his masterful interpretation of Saint-Saens' works, in the rarely performed Third Piano Concerto

  • Romeo&Juliet

    May 23, 2013

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    The Meyerhoff Hall, Baltimore, MD

    Carlos Kalmar introduces Phenomenon by the award-winning young Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen and conducts the great moments from Prokofiev's intoxicating and impassioned ballet Romeo and Juliet. Also featured is pianist Jean-Philippe Collard, known for his masterful interpretation of Saint-Saens' works, in the rarely performed Third Piano Concerto

  • Romeo&Juliet

    May 22, 2013

    13692420

    The Meyerhoff Hall, Baltimore, MD

    Carlos Kalmar introduces Phenomenon by the award-winning young Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen and conducts the great moments from Prokofiev's intoxicating and impassioned ballet Romeo and Juliet. Also featured is pianist Jean-Philippe Collard, known for his masterful interpretation of Saint-Saens' works, in the rarely performed Third Piano Concerto

  • Bhavana in Beijing

    May 18, 2013

    13688964

    CCOM Concert Hall, Beijing

    China Philhamonic Orchestra
    Music Director: CHEN Yun
    Conductor: LIN Tao
    Performance of Bhavana at Beijing Modern Music Festival, Central Conservatory of Music Concert Hall

  • Premonitions

    May 04, 2013

    13676868

    Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

    Storm Large joins the "virtuoso Oregonians" in a spell-binding work from the classical repertoire. Oregon Symphony and Carlos Kalmar, conductor
    Prangcharoen: Phenomenon
    Weill: Seven Deadly Sins
    Schoenberg: Accompaniment to a Cinematographic Scene
    Schubert: Symphony No. 8, "Unfinished"
    Ravel: La valse

  • Premonitions

    May 03, 2013

    13676004

    Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

    Storm Large joins the "virtuoso Oregonians" in a spell-binding work from the classical repertoire. Oregon Symphony and Carlos Kalmar, conductor
    Prangcharoen: Phenomenon
    Weill: Seven Deadly Sins
    Schoenberg: Accompaniment to a Cinematographic Scene
    Schubert: Symphony No. 8, "Unfinished"
    Ravel: La valse

  • Oregon Symphony in Seattle

    May 02, 2013

    13675140

    Benaroya Hall

    For the first time in its 116-year history, the Oregon Symphony will perform in Seattle next season. Music director Carlos Kalmar will lead the orchestra in a performance in Benaroya Hall on May 3, 2013. program is:
    Narong Prangcharoen: "Phenomenon"
    Kurt Weill: "Seven Deadly Sins",
    Arnold Schoenberg: "Accompaniment to a Cinematographic Scene"
    Franz Schubert: Symphony No. 8, "Unfinished"
    Maurice Ravel: "La valse"

  • Carriage Barn Series

    Mar 26, 2013

    13643172

    Bennington College, Bennington, VT

    Performance of Antahkarana for Solo Viola by Michael Hall.
    Program including
    Mara Gibson: Canopy for solo viola and fixed media
    Kee Yong Chong: Temple Bell Still Ringing in My Heart
    Elliot Carter: Figment IV
    Nico Muhly: Keep in Touch
    Narong Prangcharoen: Antahkarana
    John Harbison: The Violist’s Notebook
    Shulamit Ran: Perfect Storm
    Marta Ptaszynska: Elegia: in memoriam John Paul II

  • Thailand Premiere of Pubbanimitta with Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra

    Mar 22, 2013

    13639716

    MACM Hall

    TPO and chief conductor Gudni Emilsson present the work Beethoven considered to be one of his finest – his Symphony No. 7. Joining Emilsson is one of Germany’s leading piano soloists, Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy, performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto in D Minor. Thailand Premiere of Pubbanimitta by Narong Prangcharoen.

  • Antahkarana in Virginai

    Mar 21, 2013

    13638852

    University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

    Performance of Antahkarana for Solo Viola by Michael Hall.
    Program including
    Mara Gibson: Canopy for solo viola and fixed media
    Kee Yong Chong: Temple Bell Still Ringing in My Heart
    Elliot Carter: Figment IV
    Nico Muhly: Keep in Touch
    Narong Prangcharoen: Antahkarana
    John Harbison: The Violist’s Notebook
    Shulamit Ran: Perfect Storm
    Marta Ptaszynska: Elegia: in memoriam John Paul II

  • Thailand Premiere of Pubbanimitta with Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra

    Mar 21, 2013

    13638852

    MACM Hall

    TPO and chief conductor Gudni Emilsson present the work Beethoven considered to be one of his finest – his Symphony No. 7. Joining Emilsson is one of Germany’s leading piano soloists, Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy, performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto in D Minor. Thailand Premiere of Pubbanimitta by Narong Prangcharoen.

  • Brooks Center for the Performing Arts - Clemson University

    Mar 10, 2013

    13629348

    Brooks Center Theatre CLEMSON, SC

    Imani Winds performed Shadow for Woodwind Quintet

  • Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Arts and Sciences

    Feb 09, 2013

    13604292

    National Academy of Sciences Auditorium, WASHINGTON, DC

    Imani Winds performed Shadow for Woodwind Quintet

  • Shenandoah University Conservatory - Performance Arts Live

    Feb 08, 2013

    13603428

    Armstrong Concert Hall WINCHESTER, VA

    Imani Winds performed Shadow for Woodwind Quintet

  • UNCSA Wind Ensemble

    Feb 07, 2013

    13602564

    Stevens Center, UNCSA

    Faculty artist Taimur Sullivan joins the UNCSA Wind Ensemble in "Mantras", a concerto for saxophone and wind ensemble by Narong Prangcharoen. Dr. Michael Dodds conducts.

  • A Tale of Three Centuries

    Feb 01, 2013

    13597380

    Duncan Recital hall in Rice University

    Christopher Janwong McKiggan Doctoral Chamber Recital with Rachel Sigman, Clara Yang, Aaron Perdue, and The Dover Quartet (Brian Lee, Joel Link, Camden Shaw) with guest Jarita NgChristopher Janwong McKiggan Doctoral Chamber Recital performing: Robert Beaser's Emily Dickinson Songs, Narong Prangcharoen's Bencharong and Leo Ornstein's Piano Quintet

  • A Flute and Piano Duo Recital

    Nov 20, 2012

    13534308

    Siam Ratchada Music School's auditorium

    The evening programme will feature Cecile Chaminade's Concertino, Bach's Sonata E Flat, BWV 1031, Kaija Saariaho's Prelude (For Solo Piano), Kenji Bunch's Velocity, Narong Prangcharoen's Between Heaven And Earth, Debussy's Syrinx (For Solo Flute), Edie Hill's This Floating World (For Solo Flute) and William Grant Still's Mother and Child and Garmin.Linda Chatterton, flutist, and Matthew McCright, piano, will perform Narong Prangcharoen's Between Heaven And Earth in Thailand.

  • Zeitgeist New Music Cabaret

    Nov 17, 2012

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    Studio Z, St. Paul

    Zeitgeist will be performing three works. Double Ikat by Paul Dresher is a lush, pulse-driven work inspired by a style of Southeast Asian weaving. Tink & Thud by Minnesota composer Jocelyn Hagen is a brand-new work for piano and percussion, and Whispering by Narong Prangcharoen, written in reaction to several natural disasters, contrasts hauntingly lovely passages with an exuberant life-affirming dance.

  • Zeitgeist New Music Cabaret

    Nov 16, 2012

    13530852

    Studio Z, St. Paul

    Zeitgeist will be performing three works. Double Ikat by Paul Dresher is a lush, pulse-driven work inspired by a style of Southeast Asian weaving. Tink & Thud by Minnesota composer Jocelyn Hagen is a brand-new work for piano and percussion, and Whispering by Narong Prangcharoen, written in reaction to several natural disasters, contrasts hauntingly lovely passages with an exuberant life-affirming dance.

  • A Flute and Piano Duo Recital

    Nov 15, 2012

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    Hyatt Regency Hua-Hin

    The evening programme will feature Cecile Chaminade's Concertino, Bach's Sonata E Flat, BWV 1031, Kaija Saariaho's Prelude (For Solo Piano), Kenji Bunch's Velocity, Narong Prangcharoen's Between Heaven And Earth, Debussy's Syrinx (For Solo Flute), Edie Hill's This Floating World (For Solo Flute) and William Grant Still's Mother and Child and Garmin.Linda Chatterton, flutist, and Matthew McCright, piano, will perform Narong Prangcharoen's Between Heaven And Earth in Hua-Hin, Thailand.

  • Zeitgeist New Music Cabaret

    Nov 15, 2012

    13529988

    Studio Z, St. Paul

    Zeitgeist will be performing three works. Double Ikat by Paul Dresher is a lush, pulse-driven work inspired by a style of Southeast Asian weaving. Tink & Thud by Minnesota composer Jocelyn Hagen is a brand-new work for piano and percussion, and Whispering by Narong Prangcharoen, written in reaction to several natural disasters, contrasts hauntingly lovely passages with an exuberant life-affirming dance.

  • Zeitgeist New Music Cabaret

    Nov 14, 2012

    13529124

    Studio Z, St. Paul

    Zeitgeist will be performing three works. Double Ikat by Paul Dresher is a lush, pulse-driven work inspired by a style of Southeast Asian weaving. Tink & Thud by Minnesota composer Jocelyn Hagen is a brand-new work for piano and percussion, and Whispering by Narong Prangcharoen, written in reaction to several natural disasters, contrasts hauntingly lovely passages with an exuberant life-affirming dance.

  • Sattha with Southern Symphony Orchestra

    Nov 08, 2012

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    Taylor Auditorium, Joplin, MO

    Performance of Sattha for Strings, Piano and Percussion with Southern Symphony Orchestra, Jeffrey Macomber, conductor.

  • Parinya Chucherdwatanasak Recital

    Nov 04, 2012

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    White Recital Hall

    Parinya Chucherdwatanasak Recital with members of the Conservatory Chamber Orchestra
    BEETHOVEN: "Coriolan" Overture in C Minor, Op. 62
    PRANGCHAROEN: Sattha for Strings, Piano, and Percussion
    MOZART: Symphony No. 38 in D Major, K. 504 ("Prague")

  • Orchestra Underground: Dreams and Dances

    Oct 25, 2012

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    Carnegie Hall, NYC

    Conductor-composer José Serebrier leads this multicultural program of new music, starting with his own Flute Concerto with Tango and Israeli flutist Sharon Bezaly. Also on the program are works by Serbian composer and performance artist Milica Paranosic, and Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen, the 2011 winner of ACO’s Underwood Commission. Ives’s Symphony No. 3, “The Camp Meeting,” concludes the program with a nostalgic look at the 19th century.Premiere of The Migration of Lost Souls by American Composers Orchestra with Maestro José Serebrier, conductor.

  • New Music Harvest

    Oct 05, 2012

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    Studio Z at St. Paul

    Zeitgeist’s season opener features a cornucopia of new chamber music plus delectable dishes prepared by Lowertown’s finest restaurants. Works include Next.Stop by New Yorker Anna Clyne, Whispering by Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen, Stiff Rain by Iowan Brooke Joyce, Prime by Marc Mellits and We Speak Etruscan by Lee Hyla, both from Chicago. This concerts features guest artist Kyle Hutchins, soprano sax and Kirsten Whitson, cello. Whispering with Zeitgeist Ensemble in St. Paul, Minnesota at their season opening concert.

  • New Music Harvest

    Oct 04, 2012

    13493700

    Studio Z at St. Paul

    Zeitgeist’s season opener features a cornucopia of new chamber music plus delectable dishes prepared by Lowertown’s finest restaurants. Works include Next.Stop by New Yorker Anna Clyne, Whispering by Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen, Stiff Rain by Iowan Brooke Joyce, Prime by Marc Mellits and We Speak Etruscan by Lee Hyla, both from Chicago. This concerts features guest artist Kyle Hutchins, soprano sax and Kirsten Whitson, cello. Whispering with Zeitgeist Ensemble in St. Paul, Minnesota at their season opening concert.

  • New Music Harvest

    Oct 03, 2012

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    Studio Z at St. Paul

    Zeitgeist’s season opener features a cornucopia of new chamber music plus delectable dishes prepared by Lowertown’s finest restaurants. Works include Next.Stop by New Yorker Anna Clyne, Whispering by Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen, Stiff Rain by Iowan Brooke Joyce, Prime by Marc Mellits and We Speak Etruscan by Lee Hyla, both from Chicago. This concerts features guest artist Kyle Hutchins, soprano sax and Kirsten Whitson, cello. Whispering with Zeitgeist Ensemble in St. Paul, Minnesota at their season opening concert.

  • Illuminations in Thailand

    Jul 13, 2012

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    MACM Hall, Mahidol University, Thailand

    Thailand Premiere of Illuminations for Orchestra with Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra and Jeffery Meyer, conductor part of the Closing Concert for Thailand International Composition Festival 2012

  • Anatman in Thailand

    Jul 08, 2012

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    MACM Hall, Mahidol University, Thailand

    Thailand Premiere of Anatman: Concerto for Cello and Wind Ensemble by Carter Enyeart, cello, Gregg Gausline, conductor and Mahidol University Wind Symphony as the opening concert of Thailand International Composition Festival, 2012

  • Solidarity Concert

    Jun 22, 2012

    13403844

    Kad Theater, Chiang Mai

    Performance of Tenor Saxophone Concerto "the Dawn of Darkness" with Wisuwat Pruksavanich, saxophone, and Major Prateep Suphanrojn, conductor with Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Salaya Modern Ensemble Concert

    Jun 06, 2012

    13390020

    Goethe Institute Bangkok

    The programme will feature Beethoven's Overture to Die Geschopfe des Prometheus, Op 43; Mozart's Ein Musikalischer Spass, K 522, Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E Minor, Op 64 as well as the Thailand's premiere of Echoes of Silence by a world-renowned composer, Narong Prangcharoen who has received the Silapathorn Award and many international prizes.

  • Thai Family Day

    May 26, 2012

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    Asia Society Hong Kong Center

    Calling all families… Join Asia Society and Morgan Stanley for an exciting, fun-filled cultural adventure! Come discover and learn the customs and traditions of Thailand through engaging activities, enchanting performances, delicious food, and creative activities planned for all ages. The Asia Society Hong Kong Center premises, steeped in history and cultural significance, will transform each of its unique spaces into captivating pavilions to enjoy the many cultural splendors of Thailand.
    Traditional Thai Dance Muay-Thai Kickboxing Contemporary Thai Music Shadow Puppetry Arts and Crafts Corner Culinary FavoritesPROGRAMME
    A lecture/ demonstration, featuring works by contemporary Thai composers, including:
    Narong Prangcharoen Antahkarana for solo viola
    Thatchatham Silsupan 'Untitled, 2000' (in memory of Montien Boonma) for solo percussion
    Pantawit Kiangsiri Snapshots for guitar and percussion
    with demonstrations on Thai percussion instruments.

  • Capital Heritage Concert

    May 18, 2012

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    Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

    Premiere of Echoes of Silence with Member of Albany Symphony Orchestra and Devid Alan Miller, conductor. This concert is featuring eight world-premiere pieces inspired by the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall and performed in the historic space.

  • At ehe Edge of Time

    May 18, 2012

    13373604

    NCPA Concert Hall, Beijing

    Premiere of Illuminations at the Opening Ceremony Concert of 2012 Beijing Modern Music Festival by China NCPA Orchestra, LV Jia, conductor.
    Program including:
    CHEN Yi (U.S.A.) Blue, Blue Sky 12’
    Narong Prangcharoen (Thailand) Illuminations 12’
    Enjott Schneider (Germasny) At the Edge of Time 17’
    ------Intermission------
    ZOU Hang (China) The Color of Beijing 8’
    Robert Beaser (U.S.A.) Piano Concerto 35’
    Christopher McKiggan Piano

  • SCHUBERT’S NINTH

    May 11, 2012

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    R&H Segerstrom Concert Hall

    East meets West with Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen’s Sattha reflecting on the Tsunami that hit his native country. The work was selected by Orange County audiences as the winner of the American Composers Competition. Then young superstar Andrew von Oeyen performs a classic piano concerto written by another young superstar, Felix Mendelssohn. Franz Schubert was never a superstar in his short life, but he wrote nine symphonies, the last of which has been called “The Great” for the last 200 years.Carl St. Clair, conductor and the Pacific Symphony Prangcharoen: Sattha for Strings, Piano and Percussion Mendelssohn: Piano Concerto No. 1 Schubert: Symphony No. 9, “The Great”

  • SCHUBERT’S NINTH

    May 10, 2012

    13366692

    R&H Segerstrom Concert Hall

    East meets West with Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen’s Sattha reflecting on the Tsunami that hit his native country. The work was selected by Orange County audiences as the winner of the American Composers Competition. Then young superstar Andrew von Oeyen performs a classic piano concerto written by another young superstar, Felix Mendelssohn. Franz Schubert was never a superstar in his short life, but he wrote nine symphonies, the last of which has been called “The Great” for the last 200 years.Carl St. Clair, conductor and the Pacific Symphony Prangcharoen: Sattha for Strings, Piano and Percussion Mendelssohn: Piano Concerto No. 1 Schubert: Symphony No. 9, “The Great”

  • SCHUBERT’S NINTH

    May 09, 2012

    13365828

    R&H Segerstrom Concert Hall

    East meets West with Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen’s Sattha reflecting on the Tsunami that hit his native country. The work was selected by Orange County audiences as the winner of the American Composers Competition. Then young superstar Andrew von Oeyen performs a classic piano concerto written by another young superstar, Felix Mendelssohn. Franz Schubert was never a superstar in his short life, but he wrote nine symphonies, the last of which has been called “The Great” for the last 200 years.Carl St. Clair, conductor and the Pacific Symphony Prangcharoen: Sattha for Strings, Piano and Percussion Mendelssohn: Piano Concerto No. 1 Schubert: Symphony No. 9, “The Great”

  • The Dawn of Darkness in Tokyo, Japan

    May 09, 2012

    13365828

    Sumida Triphony Hall, Tokyo

    At a Concert to Celebrate the 125th Anniversary of Thailand-Japan Diplomatic Relations, The Dawn of Darkness will received its Japanese Premiere on May 10, 2012 at Sumida Triphony Hall, Tokyo, Japan with Wisuwat Praksavanich, Tenor Saxophone, Prateep S.MABALRSM, conductor and the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra.

  • UMKC Wind Symphony

    Apr 25, 2012

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    White Recital Hall

    Premiere of Anatman for Cello and Winds by UMKC Wind Symphony, Directed by Steven D. Davis.

  • UMKC Wind Ensemble

    Apr 23, 2012

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    White Recital Hall

    Performance of Fata Morgana with UMKC Wind Ensemble, Directed by Joseph Parisi.

  • Tchaikovsky & Prangcharoen

    Mar 16, 2012

    13319172

    MACM Hall,

    Conductor
    Dariusz Mikulski
    Soloist
    Wisuwat Pruksavanich, Saxophone
    Program
    Thai Traditional Music
    Narong Prangcharoen: Concerto for Saxophone and Orchestra (World Premiere)
    Peter Tchaikovsky: Capriccio Italien op.45
    Peter Tchaikovsky: The Sleeping Beauty op.66
    One of Thailand’s most recognized young composers, Narong Prangcharoen, teams up with talented Thai saxophone artist Wisuwat Pruksavanich for the world premiere of Prangcharoen’s Concerto for Saxophone and Orchestra. Guest conductor Dariusz Mikulski returns to lead Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra, with a second half that features two Tchaikovsky favourites – Capriccio Italien and Sleeping Beauty.

  • Phenomenon in Madrid

    Mar 15, 2012

    13318308

    Teatro Momumental, Madrid

    Orquesta OSRTVE
    Conductor: Carlos Kalmar

  • Tchaikovsky & Prangcharoen

    Mar 15, 2012

    13318308

    MACM Hall,

    Conductor
    Dariusz Mikulski
    Soloist
    Wisuwat Pruksavanich, Saxophone
    Program
    Thai Traditional Music
    Narong Prangcharoen: Concerto for Saxophone and Orchestra (World Premiere)
    Peter Tchaikovsky: Capriccio Italien op.45
    Peter Tchaikovsky: The Sleeping Beauty op.66
    One of Thailand’s most recognized young composers, Narong Prangcharoen, teams up with talented Thai saxophone artist Wisuwat Pruksavanich for the world premiere of Prangcharoen’s Concerto for Saxophone and Orchestra. Guest conductor Dariusz Mikulski returns to lead Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra, with a second half that features two Tchaikovsky favourites – Capriccio Italien and Sleeping Beauty.

  • Phenomenon in Madrid

    Mar 14, 2012

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    Teatro Momumental, Madrid

    Orquesta OSRTVE
    Conductor: Carlos Kalmar

  • the Opening Gala Concert of NASA Biennial Conference

    Mar 14, 2012

    13317444

    Tempe Center for the Arts, Arizona State University

    Performance of Mantras for Soprano Saxophone and Wind Ensemble
    Chien-Kwan Lin, saxophonist, Gary Hill,conductor and ASU Wind Ensemble at the Opening Gala Concerto Night of the North American Saxophone Alliance Biennial Conference.

  • UMKC Composers at Le Poisson Rouge

    Mar 08, 2012

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    Le Poisson Rouge

    http://lepoissonrouge.com/events/view/2932UMKC Conservatory Composers: "Crossroads" w/ music of Chen Yi, John Corigliano, James Mobberley, Paul Rudy, Narong Prangcharoen and the NYC premiere of excerpts from Zhou Long's Pulitzer Prize-winning opera "Madame White Snake"

  • Mantras with University of Cincinnati

    Mar 05, 2012

    13309668

    Corbett Auditorium at the University of Cincinnati

    Performance of Mantras for Soprano Saxophone and Wind Ensemble by University of Cincinnati Wind Symphony, Thanapol Setabrahmana, conductor

  • Crossroads

    Mar 01, 2012

    13306212

    Office Port, Kansas City

    The UMKC Conservatory, home to a robust composition community, is committed to living music, from Charlie Parker to Zhou Long, from John Kander to Narong Prangcharoen. The Crossroads concerts in Kansas City and New York City are an eclectic mix of people and cultures, including composers Paul Rudy, winner of a 2010 Rome Prize fellowship; Guggenhiem Fellow James Mobberley; Chen Yi, winner of the Charles Ives Living Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, DMA Composition student Nicholas Omiccioli; NYC’s own John Corigliano, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and Barr Laureate Composer at UMKC 2012–14; the music of Kevin Oldham and John Kander as sung by internationally acclaimed tenor and UMKC Professor Vinson Cole, and excerpts from Zhou Long's brilliant opera Madame White Snake, winner of 2011 Pulitzer Prize in Music.

  • Mantras at CBDNA Region V Conference

    Feb 24, 2012

    13301028

    Central Michigan University

    Performance of Mantras (concerto for soprano saxophone and wind ensemble) by Jeff Heisler and Wayne State University Wind Symphony Concert at CBDNA Region V Conference

  • CBDNA North Central Divisional Conference

    Feb 23, 2012

    13300164

    Central Michigan University

    Fata Morgana at CBDNA North Central Divisional Conference by Drake University Wind Symphony; Robert Meunier, conductor

  • Mantras with Jeff Heisler

    Feb 19, 2012

    13296708

    Detroit Symphony Orchestra Symphony Hall

    Performance of Mantras (concerto for soprano saxophone and wind ensemble) by Jeff Heisler and Wayne State University Wind Symphony Concert at 7:30 p.m. - Detroit Symphony Orchestra Symphony Hall (Detroit, MI)

  • Interpretations

    Feb 08, 2012

    13287204

    Roulette, in Downtown Brooklyn

    Thomas Buckner’s 24th annual concert of commissioned works for baritone voice! Composers featured on this evening include his long-time collaborators, esteemed composers Robert Ashley, Annea Lockwood, and Alvin Lucier, along with New York premieres by Anne Guthrie, Narong Prangcharoen, and Kit Young. Featuring, Thomas Buckner (voice) Theodore Mook (cello), Chris Nappi (percussion), Jill Van Nostrand (french horn), Sun Ying (guqin), and Kit Young (piano).US Premiere of "Bhavana" for Baritone, Cello, Piano and Guqin
    Thursday, February 9, 2012 8PM at Roulette, in Downtown Brooklyn! 509 Atlantic Ave (corner of Atlantic and 3rd Ave)

  • “Music of Living Composers”

    Feb 04, 2012

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    Herbst Theatre, San Francisco

    Thomas Buckner, Baritone, sings Bhavana for Baritone, Cello, Piano and Guqin.
    The New York Times calls Tom Buckner a “pillar of the experimental music establishment.”
    “A communicative interpretive style and a good command of timbre, a voice well-suited to the material he performs, an engaging presence!” – The New York Times

  • Association AMICI DELLA MUSICA in Udine (Italy)

    Jan 29, 2012

    13278564

    Palamostre Theatre – Udine – 8.30 pm

    Jess Trio Wien, (vn.vc.pf) music by haydn, Mendelsshon, Prangcharoen.

  • NewMusicMannes, fall 2011

    Dec 12, 2011

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    Mannes Concert Hall

    Under the direction of Madeleine Shapiro, NewMusicMannes concerts feature solo and chamber works of new music performed by Mannes students. The program is including Anusorn for Cello and Piano by Thai Composer, Narong Prangcharoen.

  • Mantras with Eastman Wind Ensemble

    Dec 08, 2011

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    Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre

    Mantras with Eastman Wind Ensemble, Mark Scatterday, conductor and Chien-Kwan Lin, soprano saxophone
    Narong Prangcharoen – Mantras (12’)
    David T. Little – East Coast Attitude (7’)
    Steven Stucky – Concerto for Percussion and Wind Orchestra

  • Phenomenon in Germany

    Dec 04, 2011

    13230180

    Theater Lübeck, Germany

    Conductor Yongyan Hu
    Piano Florian Uhlig
    Lübeck Philharmoniker
    Narong Prangcharoen (*1973) Phenomenon
    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Piano Concerto Nr. 1 C-major op. 15
    Jean Sibelius (1865 - 1957) Symphony No. 5 Es-major op. 82

  • Phenomenon in Germany

    Dec 03, 2011

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    Theater Lübeck, Germany

    Conductor Yongyan Hu
    Piano Florian Uhlig
    Lübeck Philharmoniker
    Narong Prangcharoen (*1973) Phenomenon
    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Piano Concerto Nr. 1 C-major op. 15
    Jean Sibelius (1865 - 1957) Symphony No. 5 Es-major op. 82

  • GERSTEIN RETURNS FOR RACHMANINOFF

    Nov 18, 2011

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    PERISTYLE

    WEBER Overture to Oberon RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 1 RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 4 PRANGCHAROEN Phenomenon* Gregory Vajda, conductor* Kirill Gerstein, pianoToledo Symphony performs Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerti 1 & 4 with Kirill Gerstein. Guest conductor Gergory Vajda adds Weber’s Overture to Oberon and Narong Prangcharoen’s “explosion of orchestral colors” Phenomenon.

  • GERSTEIN RETURNS FOR RACHMANINOFF

    Nov 17, 2011

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    PERISTYLE

    WEBER Overture to Oberon RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 1 RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 4 PRANGCHAROEN Phenomenon* Gregory Vajda, conductor* Kirill Gerstein, pianoToledo Symphony performs Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerti 1 & 4 with Kirill Gerstein. Guest conductor Gergory Vajda adds Weber’s Overture to Oberon and Narong Prangcharoen’s “explosion of orchestral colors” Phenomenon.

  • LEXUS CLASSIC SERIES

    Sep 23, 2011

    13167972

    Maryland Hall, Annapolis, MD

    50th Anniversary Season
    CLASSIC 1 8:00 P.M.
    PRANGCHAROEN PHENOMENON
    R. STRAUSS DON JUAN
    SHOSTAKOVICH SYMPHONY NO. 5

  • LEXUS CLASSIC SERIES

    Sep 22, 2011

    13167108

    Maryland Hall, Annapolis, MD

    50th Anniversary Season
    CLASSIC 1 8:00 P.M.
    PRANGCHAROEN PHENOMENON
    R. STRAUSS DON JUAN
    SHOSTAKOVICH SYMPHONY NO. 5

  • Sunyata by Arcadia Trio

    Sep 07, 2011

    13154148

    Indiana University of Pennsylvania

    Dr. Jennings will be joined by Arcadia Trio members Deborah Greitzer, violinist with the Buffalo Philharmonic, and Chindarat Charoenwongse, professor of Piano at the University of Central Oklahoma. The Arcadia Piano Trio will perform in Gorell Hall at 8 p.m.

  • Sunyata by Arcadia Trio

    Sep 05, 2011

    13152420

    University of Central Oklahoma

    Central School of Music faculty Dr. Chindarat Charoenwongse, piano with guests Deborah Greitzer, violin and Dr. Linda Jennings, cello; will perform pieces by Turina, Rachmaninov, Bolling, Chen Yi and Narong Prangcharoen.

  • Pleasure of Piano Trio

    Jul 25, 2011

    13116132

    Music Hall, Chulalongkorn University

    Performance of Sunyata with Mathias Boegner, violin, Yukihisa Nakagawa, cello and Tomoko Honda, piano

  • Thailand International Composition Festival

    Jul 20, 2011

    13111812

    Payap University

    Thailand premiere of Whispering by newEar contemporary music ensemble.

  • Thailand International Composition Festival

    Jul 19, 2011

    13110948

    Payap University, Chiang Mai

    Thailand premiere of Vedana for Horn Trio by Third Angle

  • Thailand International Composition Festival

    Jul 19, 2011

    13110948

    Payap University

    World premiere of Aberration of the Earth by Amrein/Henneberger Duo

  • Duo Concert

    Jul 15, 2011

    13107492

    Mahidol University (Room 407)

    sneak-preview of Aberration of the Earth for Trombone and Piano by Dirk Amrein, Trombone and Jürg Henneberger, Piano

  • Whispering with newEar

    Jun 22, 2011

    13087620

    White Recital Hall, Kansas City

    Works by Jim Mobberley, Narong Prangcharoen, Matthew Burtner, Billy Lacky, Mara Gibson and Ingrid Stölzel

  • ACO Underwood New Music Readings

    Jun 03, 2011

    13071204

    Miller Theatre (New York City)

    American Composers Orchestra is pleased to announce the six winners of its 20th annual Underwood New Music Readings. The Readings are one of the country’s most coveted honors for up-and-coming artists. The readings are free and open to the public. Six of the nation’s most promising composers in the early stages of their professional careers have been selected from more than 100 submissions received from around the country. This year’s participants are Janet Jieru Chen, Michael Djupstrom, Jordan Kuspa, Kohei Muklai, Narong Prangcharoen, Kate Soper.Run-throughs concert of Pubbanimitta at ACO Underwood New Music Reading.
    George Manahan, conductor
    American Composers Orchestra

  • Earth Walking...Earth Singing: North/South Meridians

    May 29, 2011

    13066884

    Shijitan Contemporary Art Centre (Beijing)

    Premiere of Bhavana for Baritone, Cello, Piano and Gu Qin
    Thomas Buckner, Baritone
    Li Cheng, Cello
    Kit Young, Piano
    Wu Na, Gu Qin

  • Earth Walking...Earth Singing: North/South Meridians

    May 28, 2011

    13066020

    National Centre for the Performing Arts (the Egg, Beijing)

    Premiere of Bhavana for Baritone, Cello, Piano and Gu Qin
    Thomas Buckner, Baritone
    Li Cheng, Cello
    Kit Young, Piano
    Wu Na, Gu Qin

  • Earth Walking...Earth Singing: North/South Meridians

    May 27, 2011

    13065156

    Chaoyang 9 Theather (Beijing)

    Premiere of Bhavana for Baritone, Cello, Piano and Gu Qin
    Thomas Buckner, Baritone
    Li Cheng, Cello
    Kit Young, Piano
    Wu Na, Gu Qin

  • Asian Music Now

    May 25, 2011

    13063428

    The Old Church, Portland, Oregon

    This performance will be a proper send off for Third Angle’s forthcoming trip to Thailand, where the ensemble will be in residence at the 2011 Thailand International Composition Festival.
    http://thirdangle.org/20102011-season/asian-music-now/Preview concert for Horn Trio by Third Angle,
    Third Angle will perform a program of fascinating works from the new generation of Asian artists. The program will feature the world premiere of a new horn trio by Thai composer, Narong Prangcharoen, plus works by 2011 Pulitzer winner Zhou Long and Chinese composer Xiaoou Hu.

  • Beijing Modern Music Festival

    May 21, 2011

    13059972

    Concert Hall of China National Center for the Performing Arts

    http://www.chncpa.org/n33879/n33958/n34529/index.htmlTri-Sattawat for Orchestra, China Premiere at Beijing Modern Music Festival. Perform by China Philharmonic Orchestra, Maestro ZHANG Guoyong, conductor.

  • New Music Circle

    May 13, 2011

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    Kranzberg Art Center, St. Louis

    Program Prangcharoen: BencharongSchwantner: Black AnemonesCorigliano: Etude FantasyCrumb: Vox balaenea (Voice of the Whale) Omiccioli: Falling Through Infinity Jonathan Borja (flute), Brendan Kinsella (piano) Ben Gitter (cello)

  • The Intimacy of Creativity

    May 07, 2011

    13047876

    Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts

    Richard Stoltzman, clarinet; Yehudi Wyner, piano; Bright Sheng, piano; Daedalus Quartet: Ara Gregorian, violin; Min-Young Kim, violin; Jessica Thompson, viola; Raman Ramakrishnan, violoncello; Ming-Hsiu Yen, piano; Olivier Nowak, flute; Stephen Chong, clarinethttp://www.ic.shss.ust.hk/eng/concerts_prog_2.html Performance of Bencharong in Hong Kong

  • Mantras with NAU Wind Symphony

    Apr 26, 2011

    13038372

    Ardrey Memorial Auditorium, Northern Arizona University

    NAU WIND SYMPHONY with Daniel Schmidt, conductor Program TBA 7:30 pm

  • Three Minds at Rice University

    Mar 23, 2011

    13008996

    Shepherd School of music, Duncan recital hall

    Henri Wieniawski: Faust Fantasie op20 Xiaoxiao Qiang, violin
    Giovanni Sollima: "Alone" SeHee Kim, Cello
    Narong Prangcharoen: "Three Minds" - Fierce, Absent, Hesitant Christopher Janwong Mckiggan
    Robert Schuman: Piano trio in d minor op.63

  • Regional North American Saxophone Alliance Conference

    Mar 10, 2011

    12997764

    The University of Montana

    Performance of Mantras, Soprano Saxophone Concerto and Wind Ensemble by The University of Montana Wind Ensemble, James Smart, conductor

  • Gregory Oakes performs Whispering

    Mar 05, 2011

    12993444

    Martha-Ellen Tye Recital Hall, Iowa State U.

    Gregory Oakes is one of the most exciting and energetic clarinetists of his generation. From his Carnegie Hall debut with members of Ensemble Intercontemporain and Pierre Boulez to his performances as a member of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Mr. Oakes has been praised by critics for his “outstanding performance” (New York Times) and “jazzy flourishes”(Denver Post). Performance of Whispering for Soprano Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Piano and Percussion by Gregory Oakes, faculty at Iowa State University. at 3:00pm

  • UCLA Wind Ensemble

    Mar 01, 2011

    12989988

    UCLA Schoenberg Hall

    Wednesday, March 2 8 p.m. Schoenberg Hall, Schoenberg Music Building Tickets: $12; $5 UCLA faculty, staff and students (with ID)UCLA Wind Ensemble with Nipatdh Kanchanahuta Nipatdh Kanchanahuta and William Plenk, guest conductors The program features works by Narong Prangcharoen, Kitti Kuramanee, Ira Hearshen, John Mackey, Satoshi Yagisawa and His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand.

  • Music in Paris

    Jan 21, 2011

    12956292

    MACM Hall, Thailand

    Sat, January 22, 2011 / 4.00 p.m. / MACM
    Conductor Claude Villaret
    Soloist Sophie Hervé, Soprano
    Choir Mahidol University Choir, Thailand Philharmonic Choir (TPO Choir)
    Choir Master Henri PompidorProgram
    * Narong Prangcharoen: Namaskar
    * Maurice Ravel: Suite No. 1 & 2 “Daphnis et Chloé”
    * Francis Poulenc: Gloria (FP 177)

  • Music in Paris

    Jan 20, 2011

    12955428

    MACM Hall, Thailand

    Fri, January 21, 2011 / 7.00 p.m. / MACM
    Conductor Claude Villaret
    Soloist Sophie Hervé, Soprano
    Choir Mahidol University Choir, Thailand Philharmonic Choir (TPO Choir)
    Choir Master Henri PompidorProgram
    * Narong Prangcharoen: Namaskar
    * Maurice Ravel: Suite No. 1 & 2 “Daphnis et Chloé”
    * Francis Poulenc: Gloria (FP 177)

  • 53rd annual Band Music Reading and Directors Clinic

    Jan 20, 2011

    12955428

    Kobacker Hall, Bowling Green State University

    Performance of Mantras for Soprano Saxophone and Wind Ensemble by John Sampen, saxophonist, Bruce Moss, conductor, and BGSU Wind Symphony

  • Hanoi Millennium: ModernWorks Ensemble

    Nov 09, 2010

    12893220

    Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution

    To celebrate Hanoi's millennium, ModernWorks performs pieces for piano and strings by leading Vietnamese composers Ton-That Tiet, P. Q. Phan, and Vu Nhat Tan, as well as Bung-Ching Lam and Narong Prangcharoen. Called a "dynamic new-music ensemble" by the New York Times, the group has appeared at the International Festival of Cello Ensembles (France), Nuovi Spazi Musicali (Rome), and Rive Gauche Concerti (Turin). Categories: After Five. Performances. Venue: Freer Gallery. Event Location: Meyer Auditorium. Cost: Free tickets required. Related Events: Pre-concert tour, Freer Highlights, 6:45 pm. Wednesday, November 10, 2010, 7:30 PM. Will be performming pieces for piano and strings by leading Vietnamese composers Ton-That Tiet, P. Q. Phan, and Vu Nhat Tan, as well as Bung-Ching Lam and Narong Prangcharoen' Anusorn for Cello and Piano.

  • Minnesota Orchestra's 10th Annual Composer Institute

    Oct 28, 2010

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    Orchestra Hall, Mineapolis

    Seven composers have been selected as participants in the Minnesota Orchestra's 10th Annual Composer Institute. Chosen from a pool of 167 candidates through a competitive process, these seven composers hail from locations throughout the U.S., and their works represent a variety of musical styles. These seven composers will travel to Minneapolis for six days of rehearsals, seminars and tutoring sessions from October 24 to 30, 2010, culminating in a public Future Classics concert of their works with The Minnesota Orchestra led by the Orchestra's Music Director Osmo Vänskä. The concert will take place at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis on Friday, October 29.Premiere of Namaskar for Orchestra with Minnesota Symphony Orchestra
    Program
    Taylor Brizendine (Los Angeles, CA): MANDRAGORA OFFICINARUM
    Wang Jie (Phildelphia, PA): SYMPHONY #1
    Polina Nazaykinskaya (Austin, TX): WINTER BELLS
    Clint Needham (Bloomington, IN): THE BODY ELECTRIC
    Ben Phelps (Los Angeles, CA): OVERTURE MAXIMUS
    Narong Prangcharoen (Kansas City, MO): NAMASKAR
    David Weaver (Philadelphia, PA): MUTATIS MUTANDIS

    Beethoven was just 16 when Haydn predicted: “Keep your eye on him. He’ll make a noise in the world someday.” The same could be said of the young women and men whose brand-new works the Orchestra champions in an electrifying night of fresh and innovative sounds. Now in its fifth year, the Future Classics concert is an ear-opening experience. Buy tickets early—discover the music of tomorrow.

  • The 31st Annual New Music Festival

    Oct 22, 2010

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    Kobacker Hall, BGSU

    The 31st Annual New Music Festival takes place October 21 –23, 2010. This year’s festival will feature Robert Morris as special guest composer and will include performances by the acclaimed JACK Quartet, Duo Diorama, BGSU ensembles, faculty, students and guests. Organized by the MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music and the College of Musical Arts, the festival has hosted John Adams, Samuel Adler, Milton Babbitt, William Bolcom, Anthony Braxton, John Cage, Chen Yi, John Corigliano, George Crumb, Mario Davidovsky, Anthony Davis, Philip Glass, John Harbison, Lou Harrison, Karel Husa, Joan La Barbara, Paul Lansky, Pauline Oliveros, Shulamit Ran, Bernard Rands, Terry Riley, Christopher Rouse, Frederic Rzewski, Gunther Schuller, Joseph Schwantner, Bright Sheng, Steven Stucky, Morton Subotnick, Joan Tower, Vladimir Ussachevsky and more than 400 other guest composers and musicians since 1980. Performance of Mantras at The 31st Annual New Music Festival, Bowling Green State University.
    * Northern Light (1997): David Liptak
    * Poetry of the Piedmont (2006): Stephen Jaffe
    * Pilgrimage (1990): Robert Morris
    * A Brandenburg Autumn (2006): Stephen Hartke
    * Wind (world premiere, 2010): Chen Yi
    * Mantras (2010): Narong Prangcharoen
    * Matins (2007): Marilyn Shrude

  • Hilary Hahn Plays Tchaikovsky

    Oct 03, 2010

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    Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

    Phenomenon with Oregon Symphony Orchestra conducted by Maestro Carlos Kalmar
    Hilary Hahn, violin
    Program
    • Prangchareon: Phenomenon
    • Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto
    • Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5

  • Hilary Hahn Plays Tchaikovsky

    Oct 02, 2010

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    Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

    Phenomenon with Oregon Symphony Orchestra conducted by Maestro Carlos Kalmar
    Hilary Hahn, violin
    Program
    • Prangchareon: Phenomenon
    • Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto
    • Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5

  • Hilary Hahn Plays Tchaikovsky

    Oct 01, 2010

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    Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

    Phenomenon with Oregon Symphony Orchestra conducted by Maestro Carlos Kalmar
    Hilary Hahn, violin
    Program
    • Prangchareon: Phenomenon
    • Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto
    • Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5

  • Premiere of "Wisdom of the Land" with Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra

    Sep 24, 2010

    12853476

    MACM Hall

    Written in 1901 and 1902, it is generally regarded as Mahler’s most well known symphony. Open with a funeral trumpet solo, lets TPO bring you to explore the beauty of Mahler, a supreme orchestral technician!* Narong Prangcharoen: Wisdom of the Land
    * Friso van Witck: Concerto for Bass Clarinet
    * Gustav Mahler: Symphony No.5 in C-sharp minor

  • Premiere of "Wisdom of the Land" with Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra

    Sep 23, 2010

    12852612

    MACM Hall

    Written in 1901 and 1902, it is generally regarded as Mahler’s most well known symphony. Open with a funeral trumpet solo, lets TPO bring you to explore the beauty of Mahler, a supreme orchestral technician! * Narong Prangcharoen: Wisdom of the Land
    * Friso van Witck: Concerto for Bass Clarinet
    * Gustav Mahler: Symphony No.5 in C-sharp minor

  • Thailand International Composition Festival

    Jul 11, 2010

    12788676

    Rangsit University

    Thailand Premiere of Mantras: Concerto for Soprano Saxophone and Wind Ensemble

  • Music of Our Time

    May 26, 2010

    12748932

    Concerto Hall of Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing

    Performance of Vayu at Beijing Modern Music Festival

  • CBDNA Southwestern Division

    Apr 07, 2010

    12706596

    New Mexico State University in Los Cruces

    Premiere of Namaskar for Large Wind Ensemble by Texas Tech University with Sarah McKoin, conductor

  • Hell HOT! Music Festival

    Apr 07, 2010

    12706596

    Hong Kong Arts Centre

    Olivier Messiaen: Sounds of an Impalpable Dream
    Joyce Tang: Song of Crystal Light
    Narong Prangcharoen: Three Minds
    Lee Kar Yee: In the Beginning
    Zhou Long: Wu Kui
    Bright Sheng: My Song
    Wong Qian Yi: Toccata
    Mary Wu, Piano
    Date & Time: 04/08 7:30pm
    Ticket: $160/100*
    Star pianist Mary Wu presents some hot works for solo piano by our festival composers, including some surprises!

  • Premiere of Saxophone Concerto

    Mar 22, 2010

    12692772

    White Recital Hall, James C. Olson Performing Arts Center

    Program
    Symphonies of Wind Instruments..............Igor Stravinsky
    Symphony for Wind Ensemble.........Ryan Oldham
    Dixtuor for Winds in D Majoy, Op.14..........George Enescu
    Mantras, Concerto for Soprano Saxophone and Wind Ensemble..........Narong PrangcharoenPremiere of Mantra for Saxophone and Wind Ensemble by John Sampen, saxophone, Steve Davis, conductor and University of Missouri-Kansas City Wind Symphony

  • CBDNA Western Division

    Mar 11, 2010

    12683268

    University of Nevada, Reno

    http://wnwcbdna.org/forms/2010_Performance_Schedule.pdfPerformance of Chakra with Northern Arizona University Wind Symphony and Daniel Schmidt, conductor

  • Symphonic Wind Ensemble

    Mar 10, 2010

    12682404

    Hemmle Recital Hall

    Premiere of Namaskar for Wind Ensemble by Texas Tech Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Sarah McKoin, conductor at Hemmle Recital Hall, Texas Tech University, 8 p.m.

  • Ben Gitter, Faculty Cello Recital

    Mar 09, 2010

    12681540

    Hart Recital Hall

    Performance of Bencharong for Flute, Cello and Piano at University of Central Missouri, Hart Recital Hall, 5:30 p.m.

  • Chakra in Las Vegas

    Mar 09, 2010

    12681540

    Basic High School

    Performance of Chakra with the Northern Arizona University Wind Symphony, Daniel Schmidt, conductor.

  • Gold Series: Wind Symphony Concert featuring Alumni Composers

    Mar 09, 2010

    12681540

    Center for the Performing Arts (CPA)

    College of Fine Arts 40th Anniversary Concert. The Premiere of "In the Dark Cloud, Light" with ISU Wind Symphony
    Wind Symphony performs premieres of three alumni composers: Roy Magnuson, Mark Nowakowski and Narong Prangcharoen. These three works were written expressly for the celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the College of Fine Arts. In addition, alum Andy Rummel, Professor of Tuba, will premiere Kimberly Archer's /Concerto for Tuba and Wind Ensemble/.

  • Chakra in Las Vegas

    Mar 08, 2010

    12680676

    Palo Verde High School

    Performance of Chakra with the Northern Arizona University, Daniel Schmidt, conductor

  • Dr. Brendan Kinsella Faculty Recital

    Mar 04, 2010

    12677220

    Potter Hall, Missouri Western State University

    Bencharong for Flute, Cello and Piano performance at Potter Hall Theater, Missouri Western State University, 7:30 p.m.

  • Fata Morgana with UNT

    Feb 23, 2010

    12669444

    Winspear Hall of the Murchison Performing Arts Center

    The concert will be broadcast live online, www.music.unt.edu at 7:30pm.Performance of Fata Morgana for Large Wind Ensemble with University of North Texas, Denton, Nicholas E Williams, conductor

  • “Images real, remembered and imagined”

    Feb 04, 2010

    12653028

    Hill Auditorium

    Pre-concert discussion at 7:15 on the main floor of HILL featuring composer Joel Puckett who will discuss his new composition to be premiered by the Symphony Band and UM’s dynamic flute professor, Amy Porter. PROGRAM: Tower - Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman #1; Holst - Hammersmith; Prangcharoen - Chakra; Puckett - Concerto for Flute; Copland - Red Pony SuiteMichael Haithcock, conductor. “Images real, remembered and imagined”. A collection of musical stories inspired by images of people, places, and ideas as told by a variety of composer’s both familiar and new.

  • The 1st KL Contemporary Music Festival 09

    Nov 27, 2009

    12593412

    SEGi University College

    Evening Concert: Hong Kong New Music Ensemble & guests (Moritz Eggert / pno ; Yii Kah Hoe / Dizi)
    “Quartet” [8’] for Oboe, Cello, Paino and Vibraphone (2007) - Tony Prabowo (Indonesia)
    “Sunyata” for Violin, Cello and Piano (2007) - Narong Prangcharoen (Thailand)
    “Spiral VI” [10’11’’] for clarinet, violin, cello, and piano (1992 - Chinary Ung (Cambodia)
    “Haemmerklavier III: One Man Band” [3’] for piano solo (1994) - Moritz Eggert (Germany) [Guest pianist: Morizt Eggert]
    “Yuan-Fei” (源-飛) [6’] for Dizi, Oboe, Clarinet (Bass Cl), Viola, Cello and Piano - Chong Kee Yong (Malaysia)
    “Scherzo Vivo” [7’] for Viola solo (1999) - Nguyen Thien DAO (Vietnam)
    "The Source” [10’] for Clarinet, cello and piano - Slamet Abdul Sjukur (Indonesia)
    “The East” [6’] for Dizi, Oboe, Clarinet (Bass Cl) and Cello - Teh Tze Siew (Malaysia)
    “Haemmerklavier XX: One Man Band 2” [6’] for piano solo (2009) - Moritz Eggert (Germany) (Guest pianist: Morizt Eggert)
    “PATANGIS-BUWAYA” [14’] Version for 2Dizis, Oboe, Clarinet and audiences [100 bamboo bird whistles] - Dr. Jonas Baes (Philippine) (Guest Dizi: Yii Kah Hoe)KL Premiere of Sunyata for Violin, Cello and Piano

  • Duo "2" Recital

    Oct 14, 2009

    12555396

    Lewis University

    Performance of "Between Heaven and Earth"
    Peter H. Bloom, flute, and Mary Jane Rupert, piano

  • Grand Opening of The World Saxophone Congress XV

    Jul 06, 2009

    12468996

    The College of Music, Mahidol University

    World Premiere of Hallucinations for Soprano Saxophone, Percussion Ensemble, Painter, and Dancer at the World Saxophone Congress XV presided over by a representative of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

  • "A Path of Our Dream"

    Jun 29, 2009

    12462948

    Thailand Cultural Centre

    Premiere of "Echo of the Mountains" by BCC Glees Club conduct by Sathit Sukchongchaipurk

  • Eon Trio in Shanghai

    Jun 20, 2009

    12455172

    Jin Mao Concert Hall, Shanghai

    More information at www.jinmaoconcerthall.comThe Eon Trio will give a first China Performance of Sunyata in Shanghai

  • MMTA Commissioning Program Premiere

    Jun 05, 2009

    12442212

    Whitmore Recital Hall, Fine Arts Building

    Premiere of "Between Heaven and Earth" for Flute and Piano (full version) at 2009 Missouri Music Teachers Association Annual Conference. University of Missouri, Columbia.
    Jonathan Borja, Flute and Christopher J. McKiggan, Piano.

  • Concert of Contemporary Music Works

    May 22, 2009

    12430116

    Concert Hall of Central Conservatory of Music

    Beijing Premiere of Whispering for Soprano Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Piano and Percussion. Commissioned by newEar New Music Ensemble. Perform as a part of Beijing Modern Music Festival.

  • newEar Recital

    May 19, 2009

    12427524

    Cristo Rey High School

    Wednesday, May 20 at Cristo Rey High School (on Linwood Blvd., at the intersection of Linwood and Broadway)
    11:30-11:55 first performance
    12:00-12:25 second performancePerformance of Whispering for Soprano Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Piano and Percussion. Composed especially for newEar New Music Ensemble.

  • Opening Concert of the 2009 Beijing Modern Music Festival

    May 19, 2009

    12427524

    Beijing Concert Hall

    Beijing Premiere of Phenomenon for Orchestra as a part of the opening concert of the 2009 Beijing Modern Music Festival. Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra, Yongyan Hu

  • newEar Recital

    Apr 12, 2009

    12395556

    Kansas City Art Institute

    Performance of "Whispering" composed especially for newEar Contemporary Music Ensemble.

  • A Flute and Piano Duo Recital

    Jan 19, 2009

    12323844

    MACM Hall

    In a collaboration spanning 20 years, flutist Peter H. Bloom and pianist/harpist Mary Jane Rupert have performed in venues across the United States, winning praise for compelling performances of repertoire by European and American masters. Bloom, whose playing has been called "a revelation for unforced sweetness and strength" (The Boston Globe), tours with leading ensembles and appears on 30 CDs from SONY Classical, Dorian, Newport Classic, Leo Records, and other labels, with distribution throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Winner of the American Musicological Society’s coveted Noah Greenberg Award, he is an acclaimed classical musician and also a noted jazz artist, celebrating his 30th season as flutist/saxophonist with the internationally renowned Aardvark Jazz Orchestra (“a saxophonic blend worthy of Duke Ellington’s finest reed sections” - Jazz Times). Mary Jane Rupert, acclaimed as a concert pianist and harpist, has performed throughout the world from Carnegie Recital Hall to the Beijing Concert Hall. She has appeared with symphony orchestras and chamber music groups across the United States; records for North Star Records and Harmony Hill; and serves on the music faculties of Tufts University, Wellesley College, Boston College and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Rupert holds a DM in Piano Performance and Music Literature, an MM in Piano, and an MM in Harp from Indiana University, as well as a BM in Piano from Oberlin College. Composer Elizabeth Vercoe has been hailed by The Washington Post as “one of the most inventive composers working in America today.” She has been a composer at the Civitella Ranieri Center in Italy, the St. Petersburg Spring Music Festival in Russia, the Cité International des Arts in Paris, the Charles Ives Center for American Music, and the MacDowell Colony. The music of composer Narong Prangcharoen has been called “absolutely captivating” (Chicago Sun Times). His compositions have been performed in Asia, Australia, Europe and the United States by renowned ensembles such as the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Nagoya Philharmonic, Melbourne Symphony, and New York New Music Ensemble. In 2007 the Thai government named him a Contemporary National Artist and awarded him the prestigious Silapathorn Award. He received the Alexander Zemlinsky International Composition Competition Prize, the Toru Takemitsu Composition Award, and the Pacific Symphony’s American Composers Competition Prize, among other awards.PROGRAMME:
    Sonata in A Major, BWV 1032 by J.S. Bach
    Theme and Variations, Opus 160 by Franz Schubert
    Duo for Flute and Piano by Aaron Copland
    Kleemation (2003) by Elizabeth Vercoe (Thailand premiere)
    Between Heaven and Earth (2008) by Narong Prangcharoen (Sneak Preview)

  • Sattha in Germany

    Jan 18, 2009

    12322980

    Deutsches Nationaltheater & Staatskapelle Weimar

    Program includes work by Prangcharoen, Khatchaturian, and Tchaikovsky
    Philippe Quint (Solist)The First Performance of Sattha in Europe at the German National Theater and Staatskapelle in Weimar, Germany under the baton of Maestro Carl St. Clair.

  • Sattha in Germany

    Jan 17, 2009

    12322116

    Deutsches Nationaltheater & Staatskapelle Weimar

    Program includes work by Prangcharoen, Khatchaturian, and Tchaikovsky
    Philippe Quint (Solist)The First Performance of Sattha in Europe at the German National Theater and Staatskapelle in Weimar, Germany under the baton of Maestro Carl St. Clair.

  • East meets West

    Jan 16, 2009

    12321252

    MACM Hall, Thailand

    Conductor: Gudni A. Emilsson
    Soloist: Ratimir Martinovic, Piano
    Hear the TPO present their first-ever performance of Tchaikovsky’s colorful Third Symphony, the only seven symphonies from the composer in a major key. Also take this opportunity to sample the only concerto written by the Russian composer, Alexander Scriabin, featuring pianist Ratimir Martinovic from Montenegro.Program:
    * Narong Prangcharoen: Reflections of CHAKRA for orchestra
    * Alexander Scriabin: Piano Concerto in F sharp minor, op.20
    * Peter I. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.3 in D major, op.29 “Polish”

  • A Flute and Piano Duo Recital

    Jan 16, 2009

    12321252

    American University Alumni Language Schools

    In a collaboration spanning 20 years, flutist Peter H. Bloom and pianist/harpist Mary Jane Rupert have performed in venues across the United States, winning praise for compelling performances of repertoire by European and American masters. Bloom, whose playing has been called "a revelation for unforced sweetness and strength" (The Boston Globe), tours with leading ensembles and appears on 30 CDs from SONY Classical, Dorian, Newport Classic, Leo Records, and other labels, with distribution throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Winner of the American Musicological Society’s coveted Noah Greenberg Award, he is an acclaimed classical musician and also a noted jazz artist, celebrating his 30th season as flutist/saxophonist with the internationally renowned Aardvark Jazz Orchestra (“a saxophonic blend worthy of Duke Ellington’s finest reed sections” - Jazz Times). Mary Jane Rupert, acclaimed as a concert pianist and harpist, has performed throughout the world from Carnegie Recital Hall to the Beijing Concert Hall. She has appeared with symphony orchestras and chamber music groups across the United States; records for North Star Records and Harmony Hill; and serves on the music faculties of Tufts University, Wellesley College, Boston College and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Rupert holds a DM in Piano Performance and Music Literature, an MM in Piano, and an MM in Harp from Indiana University, as well as a BM in Piano from Oberlin College. Composer Elizabeth Vercoe has been hailed by The Washington Post as “one of the most inventive composers working in America today.” She has been a composer at the Civitella Ranieri Center in Italy, the St. Petersburg Spring Music Festival in Russia, the Cité International des Arts in Paris, the Charles Ives Center for American Music, and the MacDowell Colony. The music of composer Narong Prangcharoen has been called “absolutely captivating” (Chicago Sun Times). His compositions have been performed in Asia, Australia, Europe and the United States by renowned ensembles such as the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Nagoya Philharmonic, Melbourne Symphony, and New York New Music Ensemble. In 2007 the Thai government named him a Contemporary National Artist and awarded him the prestigious Silapathorn Award. He received the Alexander Zemlinsky International Composition Competition Prize, the Toru Takemitsu Composition Award, and the Pacific Symphony’s American Composers Competition Prize, among other awards.PROGRAMME:
    Sonata in A Major, BWV 1032 by J.S. Bach
    Theme and Variations, Opus 160 by Franz Schubert
    Duo for Flute and Piano by Aaron Copland
    Kleemation (2003) by Elizabeth Vercoe (Thailand premiere)
    Between Heaven and Earth (2008) by Narong Prangcharoen (Sneak Preview)

  • East meets West

    Jan 15, 2009

    12320388

    MACM Hall, Thailand

    Conductor: Gudni A. Emilsson
    Soloist: Ratimir Martinovic, Piano
    Hear the TPO present their first-ever performance of Tchaikovsky’s colorful Third Symphony, the only seven symphonies from the composer in a major key. Also take this opportunity to sample the only concerto written by the Russian composer, Alexander Scriabin, featuring pianist Ratimir Martinovic from Montenegro.Program:
    * Narong Prangcharoen: Reflections of CHAKRA for orchestra
    * Alexander Scriabin: Piano Concerto in F sharp minor, op.20
    * Peter I. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.3 in D major, op.29 “Polish”

  • A Flute and Piano Duo Recital

    Jan 12, 2009

    12317796

    Goethe Institute (Thai German Cultural Foundation)

    In a collaboration spanning 20 years, flutist Peter H. Bloom and pianist/harpist Mary Jane Rupert have performed in venues across the United States, winning praise for compelling performances of repertoire by European and American masters. Bloom, whose playing has been called "a revelation for unforced sweetness and strength" (The Boston Globe), tours with leading ensembles and appears on 30 CDs from SONY Classical, Dorian, Newport Classic, Leo Records, and other labels, with distribution throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Winner of the American Musicological Society’s coveted Noah Greenberg Award, he is an acclaimed classical musician and also a noted jazz artist, celebrating his 30th season as flutist/saxophonist with the internationally renowned Aardvark Jazz Orchestra (“a saxophonic blend worthy of Duke Ellington’s finest reed sections” - Jazz Times). Mary Jane Rupert, acclaimed as a concert pianist and harpist, has performed throughout the world from Carnegie Recital Hall to the Beijing Concert Hall. She has appeared with symphony orchestras and chamber music groups across the United States; records for North Star Records and Harmony Hill; and serves on the music faculties of Tufts University, Wellesley College, Boston College and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Rupert holds a DM in Piano Performance and Music Literature, an MM in Piano, and an MM in Harp from Indiana University, as well as a BM in Piano from Oberlin College. Composer Elizabeth Vercoe has been hailed by The Washington Post as “one of the most inventive composers working in America today.” She has been a composer at the Civitella Ranieri Center in Italy, the St. Petersburg Spring Music Festival in Russia, the Cité International des Arts in Paris, the Charles Ives Center for American Music, and the MacDowell Colony. The music of composer Narong Prangcharoen has been called “absolutely captivating” (Chicago Sun Times). His compositions have been performed in Asia, Australia, Europe and the United States by renowned ensembles such as the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Nagoya Philharmonic, Melbourne Symphony, and New York New Music Ensemble. In 2007 the Thai government named him a Contemporary National Artist and awarded him the prestigious Silapathorn Award. He received the Alexander Zemlinsky International Composition Competition Prize, the Toru Takemitsu Composition Award, and the Pacific Symphony’s American Composers Competition Prize, among other awards.PROGRAMME:
    Sonata in A Major, BWV 1032 by J.S. Bach
    Theme and Variations, Opus 160 by Franz Schubert
    Duo for Flute and Piano by Aaron Copland
    Kleemation (2003) by Elizabeth Vercoe (Thailand premiere)
    Between Heaven and Earth (2008) by Narong Prangcharoen (Sneak Preview)

  • Three Symphonic Centuries

    Nov 07, 2008

    12260772

    Maryland Hall, Annapolis, MD

    Program Prangcharoen : Tri-Sattawat
    CORELLI : Concerto Grosso Op. 6 No. 9
    RAVEL : Rapsodie Espagnole
    van BEETHOVEN : Symphony No. 5 in C minor
    On the same November weekend that the City of Annapolis charter was signed back in 1708, the ASO will perform four works celebrating the evolution of symphonic music through the centuries by creating a commemorative recording, captured LIVE. From Corelli’s groundbreaking Concerto Grosso, written in 1708, to the definitive Beethoven Symphony No. 5 (1808), and Ravel’s arousing Rapsodie Espagnole (1908), the culminating touch will be an encore performance of Narong Prangcharoen Tri-Sattawat,the winning composition from our Annapolis Charter 300 Young Composers Competition.

  • TPO 4th Season GALA Opening Concert

    Nov 07, 2008

    12260772

    MACM Hall

    Program:
    * Narong Prangcharoen: Tri-Sattawat
    * Jean Sibelius: Finlandia, op.26
    * Jean Francaix: Clarinet Concerto
    * Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No.7 in A major, op.92 Celebrating the GALA opening of the 4th season, the TPO presents the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius symphonic poem, Finlandia. Following his great acclaimed appearance as the soloist in the past season, Dimitri Ashkenazy is back again to perform the French composer Jean Francaix’s Concerto for Clarinet, and also to hear the TPO presents the Beethoven’s Symphony No.7, composed while Beethoven staying in the Bohemian spa town of Teplice in the hope of improving his health.

  • Three Symphonic Centuries

    Nov 06, 2008

    12259908

    Maryland Hall, Annapolis, MD

    Program Prangcharoen : Tri-Sattawat
    CORELLI : Concerto Grosso Op. 6 No. 9
    RAVEL : Rapsodie Espagnole
    van BEETHOVEN : Symphony No. 5 in C minor
    On the same November weekend that the City of Annapolis charter was signed back in 1708, the ASO will perform four works celebrating the evolution of symphonic music through the centuries by creating a commemorative recording, captured LIVE. From Corelli’s groundbreaking Concerto Grosso, written in 1708, to the definitive Beethoven Symphony No. 5 (1808), and Ravel’s arousing Rapsodie Espagnole (1908), the culminating touch will be an encore performance of Narong Prangcharoen Tri-Sattawat,the winning composition from our Annapolis Charter 300 Young Composers Competition.

  • TPO 4th Season GALA Opening Concert

    Nov 06, 2008

    12259908

    MACM Hall

    Program:
    * Narong Prangcharoen: Tri-Sattawat
    * Jean Sibelius: Finlandia, op.26
    * Jean Francaix: Clarinet Concerto
    * Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No.7 in A major, op.92 Celebrating the GALA opening of the 4th season, the TPO presents the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius symphonic poem, Finlandia. Following his great acclaimed appearance as the soloist in the past season, Dimitri Ashkenazy is back again to perform the French composer Jean Francaix’s Concerto for Clarinet, and also to hear the TPO presents the Beethoven’s Symphony No.7, composed while Beethoven staying in the Bohemian spa town of Teplice in the hope of improving his health.

  • Concert in Memory of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana

    Nov 05, 2008

    12259044

    Thailand Cultural Center

    This concert is dedicated to HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana. Seven Thai Composers composed all new composition in memory of HRH Princess which will be performed by Chulalongkorn University Orchestra.

  • Kansas City Connections

    Oct 31, 2008

    12254724

    Unity on the Plaza

    http://www.newear.org/season.htmlKansas City has historically been known as a crossroads for trade and culture. This concert presents the work of several composers who have had significant crossings with our great city and also features bouzouki virtuoso Roger Landes. His brilliant musicianship will be featured on Pail Elwood's In Blue Space and a new work for bouzouki and electronics by Paul Rudy-Sibling Rivalries. Also on the program: a commissioned work by Thailand's rising star Narong Prangcharoen, as well as new works by Ingrid Stölzel, William J. Lackey and David D. McIntire.

  • UMKC Conservatory Wind Symphony

    Sep 23, 2008

    12221892

    White Hall, Kansas City

    Program includes Dahl: Sinfonietta,Creston: Fantsy, Lang: Are You Experienced?, and Prangcharoen: ChakraPerformance of Chakra for Large Wind Ensemble with UMKC Wind Symphony under the baton of Steven D. Davis at UMKC White Hall, 7:30PM.

  • Pieces in Memory of HRH Princess Galyani

    Jul 28, 2008

    12172644

    Sts. Simon and Judah Church, Prague

    Ameropa Orchestra
    Vadim Mazo, conductor
    Marcia Porter, soprano
    Pavla Jahodova, harp
    Ameropa Orchestra under baton of Vadim Mazo gives a European Premiere of two pieces composed in memory of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana. This particular church is the same church that Franz Joseph Haydn used to perform.

  • Thailand Composition Festival 2008

    Jul 15, 2008

    12161412

    Burapha University

    Performance of Vayu for Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano by the New York New Music Ensemble at Burapha University, Bangsan, Thailand.

  • New York New Music Ensemble Concert

    Jul 14, 2008

    12160548

    Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

    Performance of Vayu for Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano by the New York New Music Ensemble at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.

  • New York New Music Ensemble Concert

    Jul 10, 2008

    12157092

    Payab Univeristy, Chiang Mai

    Premiere of Vayu for Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano by the New York New Music Ensemble at Payab University, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

  • Christopher J. McKiggan at Carnegie

    May 17, 2008

    12110436

    Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall

    Christopher Janwong McKiggan, a young Thai/English pianist, recently won a first prize at the Buono and Bradshaw International Piano Competition (college/professional), and as a result he will be playing at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall in the winners concert on May 18th. He will be performing Narong Prangcharoen's "Three Minds". Christopher Janwong McKiggan will be performing Narong Prangcharoen's "Three Minds".

  • Concert in Memory of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana

    May 05, 2008

    12100068

    Thailand Cultural Centre

    Perfromed by Thailand National Symphony Orchestra
    Narong Prangcharoen, conductorPremiere of "The Great Person" for Soprano and Orchestra with Thailand National Symphony Orchestra

  • UNT Symphonic Band

    Mar 26, 2008

    12065508

    Murchison Performance Arts Center Winspear Performance Hall

    http://www.music.unt.edu/windstudies/concerts.htm
    Program
    Sparke – Sunrise at Angel’s Gate
    Schuman – New England Triptich
    Cichy – Exuberant Celebration
    Prangcharoen – Chakra
    Dello Joio – Scenes from the Louvre
    Persichetti – Divertimento
    Jennifer Kitelinger, guest conductorChakra with University of North Texas Symphonic Band
    Dennis Fisher, conductor

  • Three Minds in Brussels, Belgium

    Mar 14, 2008

    12055140

    Fort-Jaco, Brussels, Belgium

    Pianist Tomoko Honda will give a Belgium premiere of Three Minds for solo piano. She is very active in new music performances. She has been collaborated with many composers such as Gyorgy Kurtag, Peter Eotvos, Gyorgy Ligeti, Karlheinz Stockhausen,Maurizio Kagel, Toshio Hosokawa, Jaqueline Fontyn, Yan Meresz, Marco Stroppa, Gerald Presson, George Crumb, Michel Jarrel, Walfgang Rhim, George Benjamin, Kee-Yong Ching, Oscar Bianchi, Narong Prangcharoen, Dai Fujikura, Stefaan Maylears, Hanne Deneire, Cedric Dombrain

  • A SPECIAL REMEMBRANCE EVENING in Memory of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana

    Feb 20, 2008

    12035268

    Thailand Cultural Centre, Main Hall

    The Bangkok Symphony Orchestra (BSO) under the baton of Hikotaro Yazaki, BSO Music Director together with 125 chorus members from “The Voices (TV)” and “Thai Youth Choir (TYC)” will join effort for this special ceremony. Program includes Air on G String (J.S. Bach), Ave Maria (J.S. Bach & Charles Gounod), Tears of Dust (Narong Prangcharoen) and highlight of the program with “Requiem” (John Rutter) World Premiere of Tears of Dust in memory of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana. Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn has graciously consented to preside over this special ceremony.

  • LEXUS CLASSIC SERIES: Annapolis Symphony Orchestra

    Feb 14, 2008

    12030084

    Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

    ROSSINI The Silken Ladder Overture ELGAR Cello Concerto in E minor NARONG PRANGCHAROEN World Premiere - Charter 300 Finalist SCHUMANN Symphony No. 4

    José-Luis Novo, Music Director
    Julie Albers, celloRossini's comic opera overture launches an evening of music that spans the broadest range of emotions, from raucous humor to yearning desire. Award-winning cellist Julie Albers returns to the ASO to perform Elgar's introspective Cello Concerto, a second young composer premieres a Charter 300 Competition piece, and the evening closes with Schumann's expansive Fourth Symphony.

  • Tomorrows Musical Leaders

    Feb 06, 2008

    12023172

    Krasetsart University

    In Thai: ซุ่มเงียบมานานล่าสุด บัณฑิต อึ้งรังษี วาทยกรระดับนานาชาติเตรียมขึ้นคอนเสิร์ตใหญ่ TOMORROWS MUSICAL LEADERS ซึ่งจะมีขึ้นในวันที่ 7 ก.พ.นี้ เวลา 19.30 น. ที่หอประชุมสำนักพิพิธภัณฑ์และวัฒนธรรมการเกษตร ม.เกษตรศาสตร์ โดยงานนี้ บัณฑิต และอ.ณรงค์ ปรางค์เจริญ เตรียมนำบทเพลงที่ประพันธ์ขึ้นเพื่อเทิดพระเกียรติสมเด็จพระเจ้าพี่นางเธอ เจ้าฟ้ากัลยาณิวัฒนา กรมหลวงนราธิวาสราชนครินทร์มาให เบิร์ดเอกชัย เจียรกุล เยาวชนไทยที่คว้ารางวัลการประกวดกีตาร์คลาสสิคระดับนานาชาติ มาแสดงให้ชม เปิดให้ชมฟรี สำรองที่นั่งได้ที่ โทร.08-5100-8023Premiere of Elegy for a Great Person, in memory of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana, by Mary Jane Ungrangsee and Ekachai Jearakul under the direction of Maestro Bundit Ungrangsee.

  • Belgium Premier of Bancharong

    Jan 01, 2008

    11992068

    Gemeenschapscentrum De Zeyp (theatre)

    Bencharong in Brussels, Belgium as a part of Festival Fontein
    by Tocca-extended
    Tomoko Honda (piano)
    Caroline Peeters (flute)
    Ann van Hecke (cello)

  • Pletnev Returns

    Dec 10, 2007

    11973060

    Thailand Cultural Center Main Hall

    Bangkok Symphony Orchestra
    Mikhail Pletnev, conductor
    Denis Matsuev, piano
    Michael Collins, clarinet
    Program
    Narong Prangcharoen Phenomenon
    Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue
    Tchaikovsky Symphony No.5 in E minor, Op.64First Prize Winner at the Tchaikovsky International Competition in 1978, Mikhail Pletnev has been described as Russia's finest musical export since Mstislav Rostropovich. One of the greatest pianist/conductor of today, in 1990 he formed and became Artistic Director of the Russian National Orchestra with which he remains associated. He will conduct a piece, Phenomenon, by young Thai composer, Narong Prangcharoen.

  • Chakra with University of Texas at Austin

    Dec 02, 2007

    11966148

    Bates Recital Hall

    Jerry F. Junkin, conductor
    Charles Villarubia, Tuba
    Guest Conductors Verena Mosenbichler and Cormac Cannon
    http://winds.music.utexas.edu/eventDetails.aspx?id=5118Program
    Chakra by Narong Prangcharoen
    Spiel fur Blasorchester by Toch
    ...from a dark millennium by Schwantner
    Tuba Concerto by Vaughan Williams

  • Symphonic Wind Ensemble

    Nov 28, 2007

    11962692

    Hemmle Recital Hall-Music Building

    Performance of Chakra by Texas Tech University symphonic Wind Ensemble, Sarah McKoin, conductor

  • 9th Asian Symphonic Band Competition

    Nov 20, 2007

    11955780

    Mahidol University Art Centre

    http://www.music.mahidol.ac.th/asbwec2005/index1.htmlPerformance of Chakra with Krasetsart University Wind Ensemble.

  • Raleigh Chamber Music

    Nov 17, 2007

    11953188

    The Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts

    The Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts North Carolina

    PROGRAM

    # Mongo Santamaria, arr. V. Coleman: Afro Blue
    # Narong Prangcharoen: Shadow
    # Josef Bohuslav Foerster: Quintet in D Major, Op. 95
    # Cesar Franck: Scherzo
    # Karel Husa: Five Poems
    # Piazzolla arr. Jeff Scott: Escualo
    Shadow with Imani Winds.
    http://www.rcmg.org/programs/masters/0708/imani-winds.htm

  • Caroline Stinson plays Far from Home

    Oct 23, 2007

    11931588

    Setnor School of Music, Syracuse University, NY

    http://www.audubonstrings.com/index.php?module=announce&ANN_user_op=view&ANN_id=109This cello recital follows the theme of Compositional Sages and Students.
    I'll track three study lineages in this concert, and three more again this spring. We'll move from Boulanger to Carter, Stucky (Cornell) to Waggoner (SU) to Bellor (a graduate of the program last year) and trace from Crumb through Chinary Ung to Narong Prangcharoen, a young Thai composer. With the exception of the Boulanger, the entire program will be music for solo cello.

  • Concerts from the Library of Congress

    Oct 11, 2007

    11921220

    Coolidge Auditorium, WASHINGTON, DC

    www.loc.gov/rr/perform/concert/ Commissioned for the Imani Winds, Wayne Shorter’s Terra Incognita receives its Washington premiere in a program that also features Astor Piazzolla, Narong Prangcharoen, Paquito D’Rivera, and Valerie Coleman.

  • Dartmouth College

    Oct 10, 2007

    11920356

    Hopkins Center, HANOVER, NH

    www.hop.dartmouth.edu Performance of Shadow by Imani Winds

  • Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society

    Oct 05, 2007

    11916036

    Church of the Messiah, Rhinebeck, NY

    www.rhinebeckmusic.org Performance of Shadow for Woodwind Quintet by Imani Winds

  • Festival de Musica de Camara

    Sep 07, 2007

    11891844

    SAN MIGUEL de ALLENDE, Mexico

    Program
    Scherzo from Midsummer Night's Dream Mendelssohn

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Concerto for Wind Quintet VColeman

    A Felicidade Jobim
    arr. Jeff Scott

    Five Poems Karel Husa

    Abaafa Luli Justinian Tamusuza
    Performance of Shadow by Imani Winds

  • Asia the 21st Century Orchestra Project

    Aug 28, 2007

    11883204

    Nagoya, Japan

    Program

    1. Prangcharoen: Phenomenen
    2. Mozart Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor, K.466
    --- intermission (15') ---
    3. Sibelius: Symphony No.2
    Performance of Phenomenon for Orchestra with Nagoya Philharmonic, conducted by Bundit Ungrangsee

  • Melbourne Symphony

    Aug 15, 2007

    11871972

    Melbourne - the Arts Centre, Hamer Hall

    Repertoire

    * PRANGCHAROEN Sattah
    * WALTON Cello Concerto
    * BEETHOVEN Symphony No.3 in Eb major, Op.55 (Eroica)


    Featuring

    Carl St Clair conductor
    Pieter Wispelwey cello

    This exciting program includes Walton?s captivating cello concerto and opens with a work by young Thai/American composer Narong Prangcharoen ? his haunting elegy to the victims of the 2004 tsunami. Beethoven created his extraordinary Sinfonia eroica as a tribute to Napoleon, but ultimately dedicated it to ?the memory of a great man,? in anger and disappointment at Napoleon crowning himself Emperor. Work by young Thai/American composer Narong Prangcharoen ? his haunting elegy to the victims of the 2004 tsunami

  • Summergarden 2007: New Music for New York

    Aug 04, 2007

    11862468

    The Museum of Modern Art

    Juilliard Concert III: Music for Clarinets, Cello, and Piano

    Moran Katz, clarinet and bass clarinet; Caroline Stinson, cello; Joel Sachs, piano

    Ton de Leeuw (Holland, 1926?1996)
    Hommage à Henri (1989)
    United States premiere

    Narong Prangcharoen (Thailand/United States, b. 1973)
    Far from Home (2004)
    New York premiere

    Eric Tanguy (France, b. 1968)
    Tiento, for clarinet and cello (1997?98)
    United States premiere

    Pablo Ortiz (Argentina/United States, b. 1956)
    Three Milonguitas, for bass clarinet (1998)
    New York premiere

    Ton Bruynèl (Holland, 1934?1998)
    Looking Ears, for bass clarinet, piano, and soundtrack (1972)
    United States premiere

    Roberto Sierra (Puerto Rico/United States, 1953)
    Sonata for Clarinet and Piano (2005?6)
    New York premiere
    Summergarden 2007: New Music for New York presents eight evenings of adventurous contemporary music, with premieres each night. Gate opens at 7:00 p.m. Concerts begin at 8:00 p.m.

  • Bellas Artes de Mexico

    Aug 03, 2007

    11861604

    MEXICO CITY, MEXICO

    PROGRAM
    Scherzo from Midsummer Night's Dream Mendelssohn

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Concerto for Wind Quintet VColeman

    A Felicidade Jobim
    arr. Jeff Scott

    Five Poems Karel Husa

    Abaafa Luli Justinian Tamusuza
    Performance of Shadow by Imani Winds

  • Eon Trio

    Jul 27, 2007

    11855556

    Thailand Cultural Center

    Program
    Beethoven: Piano Trio No.5 in D major, Op.70 No.1 "Ghost"
    Prangcharoen: Sunyata for Piano Trio
    Shostakovich: Piano Trio No.2 in E minor, Op.67 Premiere of Sunyata for Piano Trio

  • The Twelfth International Festival of New Music for Orchestra and Chorus

    Jun 30, 2007

    11832228

    Zlin, Czech Republic

    The Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra was founded 60 years ago and has taken its name after one of the great Czech composers, Bohuslav Martinu. Guest performances abroad have taken the orchestra to Italy, Denmark, Hungary, Greece, Poland, Austria, Romania, Germany, France, Portugal, Spain and the USA. The orchestra has made many recordings for various companies and artists. The concert hall seats about 600 people. Performance of Phenomenon, Sattha, and Respiration of the Sun by Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra of Zlin, conducted by Andreas Hérm Baumgartner

  • Maverick Concerts "Music in the Woods"

    Jun 23, 2007

    11826180

    WOODSTOCK

    PROGRAM

    Scherzo from Midsummer Night's Dream
    Mendelssohn
    arr. Friedrich

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Concerto for Wind Quintet VColeman

    Le Tombeau de Couperin Ravel
    arr. Mason Jones

    Homage to Duke Jeff Scott

    Aires Tropicales Paquito D'Rivera
    Maverick Concerts, America's oldest continuous summer chamber music series and winner of the Chamber Music America/ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming, thrives on the love of great music and the spirit of its unique site in the unspoiled woods. The rustic 1916 concert hall, with its perfect acoustics, is ideally suited to chamber music and the intimacy of live performance.

  • Grant Park Music Festival

    Jun 19, 2007

    11822724

    Millennium Park, Chicago

    Acclaimed by critics and beloved by audiences, the Grant Park Music Festival is the nation's only remaining free, outdoor summer classical music series. The Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park is the official home of the Grant Park Orchestra and Chorus.

    Founded by the Chicago Park District in 1935 and co-presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs since 2001, the Grant Park Music Festival, featuring the Grant Park Orchestra and Chorus, presents approximately 35 free concerts between June and August. Concerts are generally performed on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturday evenings, and occasionally on Sundays. Additionally, the Festival presents nearly 60 concerts in neighborhood parks between July and mid August

    All Grant Park Music Festival performances are free to the public. The lawn and general seating section in the pavilion are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Season memberships are available, which include seating in the reserved section as well as invitations to special events. First outdoor performance of Phenomenon for Orchestra in The 73rd season of the Grant Park Music Festival.

  • Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

    May 08, 2007

    11786436

    Lincoln Center, NEW YORK

    PROGRAM

    Scherzo from Midsummer Night's Dream
    Mendelssohn
    arr. Friedrich
    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen
    A Felicidade A. C. Jobim
    arr. Jeff Scott
    Shout Chorus Kenji Bunch
    Suite Popular Brasileira Julio Medaglia
    Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Student Producers Benefit Concert

  • Chamber Music Columbus

    Apr 27, 2007

    11776932

    Southern Theater

    PROGRAM
    Escualo Astor Piazzolla
    arr. Jeff Scott

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Kites Over Havana Paquito D'Rivera
    trans. VColeman

    Speak No Evil Wayne Shorter
    arr. Jeff Scott
    Terra Incognita Wayne Shorter

    Suite "Belle Epoque in Sud-Amerika" Julio Medaglia Performance of Shadow

  • Lorain County Community College

    Apr 26, 2007

    11776068

    Lorain County Community College, Stocker Arts Center

    PROGRAM

    Escualo Astor Piazzolla
    arr. Jeff Scott

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen
    Kites Over Havana Paquito D'Rivera
    trans. VColeman
    Speak No Evil Wayne Shorter
    arr. Jeff Scott

    Terra Incognita Wayne Shorter
    Suite "Belle Epoque in Sud-Amerika" Julio MedagliaPerformance of Shadow

  • Ensemble Music Society

    Apr 24, 2007

    11774340

    Indiana Historical Society

    PROGRAM

    Scherzo from Midsummer's Night Dream
    Mendelssohn
    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen
    Wind Quintet Gyorgy Orban
    A Felicidade Jobim arr. Jeff Scott
    Five Poems Karel Husa
    Suite "Belle Epoque in Sud-Amerika" Julio Medaglia "...The physicality of the group...isn't mere histrionics. It's an outward manifestation of a passionate mode of expression that permeates every note." Indianapolis Star

  • Illinois State University Wind Symphony

    Apr 21, 2007

    11771748

    Center for the Performing Arts

    Premiere of CHAKRA for Large Wind Ensemble by Illinois State University Wind Symphony Stephen K. Steele, conductorPremiere of CHAKRA for Large Wind Ensemble by Illinois State University Wind Symphony Stephen K. Steele, conductor

  • Bennett Lerner and Friends

    Apr 17, 2007

    11768292

    Greenwich House Music School

    American pianist, Bennett Lerner will complete his last concert of Debussy recording project on April 18, 2007. The concert is featured pieces by Debussy along with young Thai composer, Narong Prangcharoen.ick Dinnerstein, cellist, will do a New York Premiere of Far from Home for Solo Cello

  • University of the South Sewanee Performing Arts Series

    Mar 30, 2007

    11752740

    University of the South Sewanee, Guerry Auditorium

    PROGRAM

    Scherzo from Midsummer Night's Dream
    Mendelssohn
    arr. Friedrich

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Abaafa Luli Justinian Tamusuza

    A Felicidade A.C. Jobim
    arr. Jeff Scott

    Five Poems Karel Husa

    Concerto for Wind Quintet VColeman
    Performance of Shadow for Woodwind Quintet

  • Covenant College

    Mar 29, 2007

    11751876

    Covenant College, Brown Chapel

    PROGRAM

    Scherzo from Midsummer's Night Dream
    Mendelssohn

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Abaafa Luli Justinian Tamusuza

    A Felicidade Jobim arr. Jeff Scott

    Five Poems Karel Husa

    Wind Quintet Gyorgy Orban
    Performance of Shadow

  • "Extreme Chamber Music"

    Mar 19, 2007

    11743236

    Ithaca College, Ford Hall

    PROGRAM

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Shout Chorus Kenji Bunch

    Feng Chen Yi

    Speak No Evil Wayne Shorter arr. Jeff Scott

    Terra Incognita Wayne Shorter

    Abaafa Luli Justinian Tamusuza

    Performance of Shadow

  • Hudson Opera House

    Mar 15, 2007

    11739780

    Hudson Opera House

    PROGRAM

    Call and Response VColeman

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Quintet in D Major opus 95 Josef Bohuslav Foerster

    Freedom's Delight John Clark

    Five Poems Karel Husa

    Escualo Piazzolla arr. Jeff Scott
    Performance of Shadow

  • Loser Concert Series

    Mar 06, 2007

    11732004

    Wheaton College, Cole Chapel

    PROGRAM

    Escualo Astor Piazzolla arr. Jeff Scott

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Kites Over Havana Paquito D'Rivera
    trans. VColeman

    Speak No Evil Wayne Shorter
    arr. Jeff Scott

    Terra Incognita Wayne Shorter

    Suite "Belle Epoque in Sud-Amerika" Julio Medaglia
    featuring Imani Winds. The five musicians of Imani Winds joined forces in 1997 to expand the boundaries of the traditional wind quintet. Imani, literally 'faith' in Swahili, embodies their mission: to explore the links between European, African and American music traditions, to perform innovative concerts and to engage and inspire audiences of diverse cultural backgrounds.

  • University of Maine

    Mar 03, 2007

    11729412

    Maine Center for the Performing Arts, Hauck Auditorium

    PROGRAM

    Escualo Astor Piazzolla
    arr. Jeff Scott

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Kites Over Havana Paquito D'Rivera
    trans. VColeman

    Speak No Evil Wayne Shorter
    arr. Jeff Scott

    Terra Incognita Wayne Shorter

    Suite "Belle Epoque in Sud-Amerika" Julio Medaglia
    The five accomplished musicians of Imani Winds joined forces in 1997 to expand the boundaries of the traditional wind quintet and explore the links between European, African and American music traditions. The name Imani, which literally means "faith" in Swahili, embodies this mission. In their time together, this young ensemble of African/Latin American heritage has established a distinct presence in the classical music world for dynamic playing, innovative programming, and inspirational outreach programs, which they have brought to communities throughout the country.

  • Santa Fe New Music

    Feb 22, 2007

    11721636

    Lensic Performing Arts Center

    PROGRAM

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Shout Chorus Kenji Bunch

    Feng Chen Yi

    Speak No Evil Wayne Shorter arr. Jeff Scott

    Terra Incognita Wayne Shorter

    Abaafa Luli Justinian Tamusuza
    This groundbreaking African American wind quintet is taking the chamber music world by storm. In their New Mexico debut in the Lensic, they will bring to Santa Fe a program featuring new works and commissions by Wayne Shorter, Chen Yi, Kenji Bunch, Narong Prangcharoen, and Justinian Tamusuza.

  • Candlelight Concert Society

    Feb 16, 2007

    11716452

    Howard Community College, Smith Theatre

    PROGRAM

    Scherzo from Midsummer's Night Dream
    Mendelssohn

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Abaafa Luli Justinian Tamusuza

    A Felicidade Jobim arr. Jeff Scott

    Five Poems Karel Husa

    Wind Quintet Gyorgy Orban

    The five accomplished musicians of Imani Winds joined forces to expand the boundaries of the traditional wind quintet and explore the links between European, African and American music traditions. The name Imani, which literally means "faith" in Swahili, embodies this mission. This young ensemble of African/Latin American heritage has established a distinct presence in the classical music world for dynamic playing, innovative programming, and inspirational outreach programs.

  • Shadow

    Feb 13, 2007

    11713860

    University of Nebraska, Milo Ball Student Center Ballroom

    PROGRAM
    Scherzo from Midsummer's Night Dream
    Mendelssohn

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Wind Quintet Gyorgy Orban

    A Felicidade Jobim arr. Jeff Scott

    Shout Chorus Kenji Bunch

    Suite "Belle Epoque inSud-Amerika" Julio Medaglia
    Performance of Shadow

  • Abendmusik: Lincoln Fine Arts Series

    Feb 10, 2007

    11711268

    First-Plymouth Congregation Church, Linclon

    PROGRAM

    Scherzo from Midsummer's Night Dream
    Mendelssohn

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Wind Quintet Gyorgy Orban

    A Felicidade Jobim arr. Jeff Scott

    Five Poems Karel Husa

    Suite "Belle Epoque in Sud-Amerika" Julio Medaglia
    Performance of Shadow by Imani Winds

  • Imani Winds

    Feb 09, 2007

    11710404

    Northwestern University School of Music Pick-Staiger Lutkin Hall

    PROGRAM
    Scherzo from Midsummer Night's Dream
    Mendelssohn
    arr. Friedrich

    Shadow Narong Prangcharoen

    Concerto for Wind Quintet VColman

    A Felicidade A. C. Jobim
    arr. Jeff Scott

    Five Poems Karel Husa

    Suite Popular Brasileira Julio Medaglia
    Performance of Shadow for Woodwind Quintet

  • newEar Concert

    Feb 02, 2007

    11704356

    Unity Temple on the Plaza

    Shapiro, a New York City native, is a recognized figure in the field of contemporary music as a cellist and as a producer of chamber music concerts. She has appeared as a solo recitalist throughout the United States, Europe and Latin America. Shapiro?s strong commitment to the performance of works by living composers has made her one of the most sought after cellists in the US. Her repertoire now encompasses over 40 solo works by composers from the Americas, Europe and Asia. Her program with newEar will feature a world premiere by Kansas City composer Paul Rudy. Also on the program are works by Judith Shatin, Riza Vali, Narong Prongcharoen, Steven Stucky and Joan Tower. Madeleine Shapiro joins newEar for a special evening of new music written for cello.

  • Pacific Symphony Orchestra

    Nov 29, 2006

    11648196

    Renée & Henry Segestrom Concert Hall

    Premiere of Sattha Commissioned by Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Maestro Carl St. Clair conductor

  • Pacific Symphony Orchestra

    Jan 11, 2006

    11369988

    Renée & Henry Segestrom Concert Hall

    Renée & Henry Segestrom Concert Hall Premiere of Sattha Commissioned by Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Maestro Carl St. Clair conductor

  • Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra

    May 29, 2004

    10858500

    Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall

    Concert for final selection
    Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall : Takemitsu Memorial
    Magnus Lindberg, judge
    Norichika Iimori, conductor / Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra

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