Southeast Asian Directors of Music Association

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The Southeast Asian Directors of Music Association (SEADOM) is an association of music directors in Southeast Asia. It was founded in 2008.


Sugree Charoensook, dean of the College of Music, Mahidol University, organized a conference of Asian music administrators there on 12–13 July 2008. All Asian music schools were invited, but most those who replied were from Southeast Asia, so the group chose to limit its scope to that area.

Annual congresses have been held in Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. With funding from the Royal Thai Government, the association opened an office at Mahidol University in 2013. In 2015 SEADOM registered as an official association in Thailand.


The association plans to publish the ASEAN Music Journal once a year.Template:R


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