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08 May 2015

Southeast Asian Directors of Music

Southeast Asian Directors of Music (SEADOM) is a Southeast Asia cultural and educational network, which was established in 2008. It represents the interests of institutions that are concerned with training for the music profession. SEADOM includes 35 member institutions in 10 Southeast Asian countries.

SEADOM works for the advancement of Southeast Asian Music Education with a particular focus on professional training for musicians as they engage with music, the arts and culture in contemporary society and for future generations. It does this through providing support, information, network opportunities and expert advice to the specialist institutions offering advanced music education, through engaging in advocacy and partnership-building at Southeast Asian and international levels.

Whilst music is the primary focus of SEADOM, dance and drama are often taught alongside music in the specialist institutions represented by the Association and, under those circumstances, its mission actively embraces these disciplines.