“What If There’s Nothing You Can Do? “ TCDC BANGKOK – 23.4.22

The composer and computer music wizard Scott Wilson is joined by by the multi instrumentalist Anant Narkkong, the flutist Phataporn Preechanon and the double bassist Patchara Manoonphol, investigating improvisatory modes of communication between acoustically produced sounds and multi-channel electro acoustic processes. The resulting piece “What If There’s Nothing You Can Do? “ used a single accordion sample as the basis for live coded (programmed in real-time) improvisation, as a collaboration between a programmer and live musicians. This performance closed a week long series of public concerts at TCDC in Bangkok, showcasing the excellent work by Master students at PGVIM, it is also the continuation of a very fruitful collaboration between PGVIM and Birmingham University,

‘PGVIM Master Degree’


‘Transcending differences’

PGVIM International Symposium 2016

Connecting Our Voices:

PGVIM International Symposium 2016

Dieter Mack- ‘John Cage prepared Piano III + Ne Myo Aung Improvisation

What is New ? What is Authentic ? What is Classic ?

The Conference Of The Birds, live performance at PGVIM, Bangkok. 10.9.15:



Combining acoustic and electronic music, visuals and rituals, notations and improvisations, this eclectic evening of sound making will feature contributions by Dieter Mack and the PGVIM students, Peter Edwards & Max Riefer as the duet Zero Crossing, Kim Ngoc Tran, Anant Narkkong, Damrih Banawitayakit, Supreeti Ansvananda, Saowakhon Muangkruan, Watchara Pluemyart. Watchara Pluemyart and jean- David Caillouët.

This event was curated by Jean-David Caillouet, Anothai Nitibhon and Dieter Mack

Beethoven Piano Sonata Op. 57, “Appassionata” Live Performance

Dr. Elissa Miller-Kay performs Beethoven’s “Appassionata” Op. 57 at the Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music on May 17, 2017.


Schumann Kinderszenen Op. 15


Dr. Elissa Miller-Kay’s performance of Schumann’s Kinderszenen Op. 15 at the Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music (PGVIM) in Bangkok, Thailand on April 4, 2018.

Master of Music Program | Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music