It was great my composition "Narmada Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra" was premiered last year on 27th July by Chulalongkorn University String Orchestra, conducted by Assistant Professor Nora-ath Chanklum. The same composition was performed again on 13th July this year in chamber by Salaya New Music Ensemble, led by Parinya Chucherdwatanasak in Thailand Composition Festival held at College of Music, Mahidol University. Dr. Ramasoon Sitalayan did a wonderful piano performance at both concerts.
These days I am arranging some classical Thai pieces: Sarathee, Nok Kamin, Fon Ngew, to name a few. I wish to create different colors to our fabulous traditional pieces. You will listen to those particular pieces in the sound of contemporary music. Professor Dr. Natchar Pancharoen will be on stage as a piano soloist in this coming October in "Piano Concerto of Siam" concert.
Thank you for all your support.
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"A composer needs to find his own 'signature'. He must put all his 'brain' and 'heart' into each music piece he composes -- with all his imagination and dedication. Furthermore, he must open up his mind to listen to others' music."
Source: Music and Art Magazine, April 2010