Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia is an extraordinary new composition fusing music, voice, movement, and film. It is the first major symphonic work to address the traumas of the late 1970s in Cambodia, blending elements of Cambodian traditional music with the Western requiem and bangsokol, a ceremony accompanying Buddhist funeral rites. It tells a universal and urgent story; the story of a society confronting moral devastation and reclaiming its humanity through reconciliation and healing.
Coming to the USA this fall!
This October and November, we’re coming to the USA. Artists with The Khmer Magic Music bus will perform “Heartstrings”, a new creation exploring their personal journeys through music and storytelling. We will be visiting different schools, pagodas, community spaces, and connecting and sharing music with Cambodians living in the USA. If you’re in the US this fall, please join us!
Apply now to join the first Ethno Cambodia, a week-long music workshop for young musicians and singers. It’s open to applications from Cambodia, the Mekong Region, and beyond – as long as you have a passion for sharing, learning, and teaching traditional music. Participants spend a week in Siem Reap living and learning together with 30 other young musicians, sharing music and cultures. Applications are open until 4 November.
We are looking for an experienced Country Manager, who will oversee all CLA’s work, with a particular focus on operational management, development and project management. The Country Manager will be one of the public spokespeople for CLA and the role will require network and partnership building for CLA, including involvement in fundraising.
Our cultural enterprise Experience Cambodian Living Arts is looking for a talented and highly organized Communications and Marketing Coordinator. They will be responsible for coordinating and designing sales and marketing materials and ensuring that ECLA’s messaging is communicated to its audiences.
Experience Cambodian Living Arts, our cultural enterprise, is seeking a talented Business Development Manager to build and support artistic sustainability in Cambodia through our enterprise initiatives. Their main role is to grow our income through performances, workshops and other cultural experiences. Our goal is that within 3 years, ECLA is not only able to sustain its own operations and give regular work to artists, but is able to generate profit that can be reinvested into CLA’s other programs, especially programs related to training and developing artists.
The majority of our donors live in the United States and a new strategic plan is calling for enhanced fundraising operations to deepen these connections and recruit new donors. The Development Manager’s role is to support this work. Reporting to the Director in Phnom Penh and working closely with colleagues in Cambodia, this role serves as a senior position within the Development Office and is the only full-time staff member based in the US.