On behalf of the International Composition Institute of Thailand, this year we are very delighted to announce our winner and two runners-up:
“Tacet(i) Winning Commissioned Prize ($1000)”: Yin-Ting Lin will be commissioned to write a new piece for the Tacet(i) Ensemble to be featured for the next year TNMAS and ICIT 2022.
Runners-Up (2nd prizes-tied): Toh Tan Ee and Tze Yeung Ho will be featured for the next year TNMAS and ICIT 2022.
*Both of them will be invited to write a new piece for the Tacet(i) Ensemble to be featured in one of Tacet(i)’s future projects. We also would like to congratulate all the other ICIT Composers 2021 for such great achievements and fantastic compositions: Konstantinos Baras John Franek Oswald Huỳnh Akari Komura Wenbin Lyu Jeremy Rosenstock And great thanks to our wonderful juries and faculty for their dedications during ICIT Week 2021: Emily Koh AnoThai Nitibhon Jason Thorpe Buchanan Sergio Cote Barco Narong Yaay Prangcharoen
We are pleased to announce the final selection for the International Composition Institute of Thailand 2021. The total number of applications this year was 124 submissions from 20 countries. TMAO team is very much appreciated such high qualities of works and artistic creation to all submissions.
The selection committee is delighted to congratulate 9 composers to be featured and workshopped with the TACETi Ensemble as well as faculty mentors: Jason Thorpe Buchanan (USA/Thailand), Sergio Cote Barco (Colombia/USA), AnoThai Nitibhon (Thailand), Emily Koh (USA/Singapore) and Narong Yaay Prangcharoen (USA/Thailand). All the ICIT activities will be virtually held at Bangkok Arts and Culture Centre (BACC), as well as the final Concert as a part of Thailand New Music and Arts Symposium during our event in December.
ICIT Composers 2021
Jeremy Rosenstock (USA)
Konstantinos Baras (Greece)
Oswald Huỳnh (USA/Vietnam)
Akari Komura (Japan)
Tze Yeung Ho (Finland/Hong Kong)
John Franek (Germany/USA)
Wenbin Lyu (USA/China)
Ying-Ting Lin (USA/Taiwan)
Toh Yan Ee (Singapore)