18 Apr 2011
Thailand | Southeast Asian Music Museum planned
Two years from now, Thailand will have a new museum on Southeast Asian music under a Mahidol University's College of Music project to honour the princess of Thai heritage and culture.
Assoc Prof Sugree Charoensook, dean of the Mahidol's College of Music, revealed that he is seeking support for this project and hoping many people will visit the Music Museum of Southeast Asia, which will become a symbol of the country's continuing cultural development.
"Southeast Asia has a rich musical tradition and cultural heritage. I hope that preserving and researching this heritage can bring us together." The university will open the Music Museum of Southeast Asia in 2013. "It will be seven-storeys and 20,000-square metres and will have the purpose of celebrating the music of all Southeast Asian cultures," he said.
Read more about the project in Bangkok Post article.
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