Performances


Lectures by Patrick Kersalé (France & Cambodia)

Cambodia through its musical instruments

The nature of musical instruments and the organization of orchestras reveal various aspects of traditional Khmer society: its international exchanges since antiquity, its religious universe, its symbols. During this conference, Patrick Kersalé, accompanied or not by members of the Sounds of Angkor troupe, presents the various instruments that he reconstituted. The conference ends with a mini concert of Khmer harp. (With video projections).


Pour les conférences en français, cliquez ici.

Performances of Sounds of Angkor band

photo © Peter Phoeng
photo © Peter Phoeng

With the rebuilt instruments in hand, the organization Cambodian Living Arts recruited more than 20 musicians and dancers to create the Sounds of Angkor band.

The band is available for shows, concerts, exceptional events, Buddhist ceremonies or funerals. 

The leader of the band is Mr Pon Pong.

 

What for Sounds of Angkor band?

Promotion of our show


Buddhist ceremony: kathina កឋិន, Wat Trach, 2020

Funerals with kantoam ming ensemble


References

Various public and private Buddhist ceremonies (2013-2020)

Various lectures and concerts in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh (2013-2020)

Welcome to the H.M. Norodom Sihamoni, King of Cambodia, Fondamentus Concert, Angkor Wat (Dec. 2013)

Great Buddhist ceremony at Angkor Wat (Dec. 2013)

Lecture-concert, Amansara Hotel, Siem Reap (Nov. 2013)

37th session of the UNESCO Committee in Phnom Penh (June 2013)

Lecture-concert for the Music Festival (Sofitel - June 2013)


All photos © Peter Phoeng