Duriyasilp College of Music, Payap University
Founded originally Department of Music since 1974 B.E.
To produced well-educated musicians with excellent musical skills as well as high morals and the ability to shore their skills with the community and the nation.
Western music education building citizen ready for worldwide success.
To improve the standards of music education in Thailand so that Thai musical performance, production, composition and academic understanding are equal in quality to well respected institutions of music all over the world
To improve and expand musical research and scholarship, beneficial uses of music in society, conservation of Thai traditional music, graduates who will show excellence in musical vocations
Organize and encourage musical research, seminars and special musical projects and music businesses
To give students skills and knowledge of music with high standards of performance and deportment
To inspire research and development in music
To share and spread musical learning
To conserve traditional music
To prepare students for musical vocations
Faculty and guest concerts
Public performances nationwide and abroad
Compositions by students and faculty
Professional recording of CD’s in sound studio
Center for performance and theory exams by Trinity College of London
Academy of music for training younger Students
Symphony orchestra practices and performances
Curriculum (2 years)
This program is for experienced musicians who wish to sharpen their skills to prepare for high standards of music vacation in society.
Courses of Study
Western Music Performance
Requirements for Entering Students
Hold a Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent
Applicants for the music education track must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in music or at least 1 years’ experience in teaching music.
Applicants who intend to study the composition track must have performance skills on at least one instrument (or voice) and examples of original compositions to present.
Applicants applying for the performance course of study must possess a high level of skill in performing an instrument or singing Western music.
Curriculum (4 years)
This program has a variety of choices for music students to explore many type of music and many directions for modern music vocations The emphasis is on dedicated practice of one instrument (or voice) so that the graduate may be considered an expert on that instrument Graduates will also be equipped to pursue many different musical careers of to further their studies in graduate school
Requirements for Applicants
Should have completed Matayom 6 (high School) or the equivalent
Can sing and/or play at least one instrument, read Western notation, and sight-read new music on that instrument
Can perform basic sight singing and dictation exercises