Chiang Mai  Ginastera International Music Festival

Junior Prize Winner Concert

Junior Prize Winner Concert

Junior Prize Winner Concert


A special concert by the Junior Category prize winners of the first Chiang Mai Ginastera Music Festival Competition!

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July 22, 2017 Saturday 13:00 / Junior Winners’ Concert featuring the following 7 performers:

DATE:
July22, 2017 Saturday 13:00 / Competition Junior Winners Concert
VENUE:
Baan Roichan Hall at Lotus Hotel Pang Suan Keaw 7F
TICKET:
150THB, FREE ADMISSION for students and family members of performers. Tickets will be available at the door of the Baan Roichan Hall on July 22.
Contact:
festival@chiangmai-imf.com

 

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Sirima Pholtape

Sirima-Pholtape

Junior A- Gold Award Winner: Piano :Thailand
Valse Op.10 No.2 / Rachmaninov
Etude F minor Op 73 no.5 (Hommage a Chopin) / Grieg

 

Sirima Pholtape (InIn), age 9, was born in Thailand. She has been studying piano since the age of five with Miss Irina Novikova. One year later, she started to present her talent in classical music at famous concert halls internationally. Sirima has been a prizewinner of many competitions. They are as follows: the American Protege Showcase at Stern Auditorium 2017 (USA), Golden Key International Music Festival 2017, the International Music Competition ‘LONDON’ Grand Prize Virtuoso 2016 (UK), Chiang Mai Ginastera International Music Festival and Competition 2016 (Thailand), the 17th OSAKA International Music Competition 2016 (Japan), the International Young Gifted Musicians Festival ” Passion of Music 2016 (USA), the International Music Competition Grand Prize Virtuoso 2015 (France), the Hong Kong Music Competition for Young Pianists 2015 (Hong Kong), the Medan International Piano Competition 2015 (Indonesia) and the International Music Competition Grand Prize Virtuoso, Vienna 2015(Austria). As the winner of these competitions, Sirima had been invited to perform at the ISAAC Stern Auditorium/ Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall (USA), the Elgar room at London’s Royal Albert Hall (UK) and Paris National Opera Bastill (France). Additionally, in the past year, she had been chosen to perform piano before the Princess of Thailand HRH Princess Soamsawali.

Pornapas Kijoran

Pornapas-Kijoran

Junior B- Gold Award and Ginastera Special Award Winner: Piano :Thailand
Etude Op. 10 No. 4 / Chopin
Melody Op. 3 No. 3 /Rachmaninov
Danzas Argentinas 3 parts / Ginastera

 

Pornapas Kijoran (Pam) was born in Bangkok, Thailand. Pam is currently studying at Shrewsbury International School and was selected as a music scholar student in 2014. She began learning piano at the age of four and became a student of Ms. Irina Novikova in 2010. Since then, she has entered many competitions both in Thailand and International and won many prizes such as:

Year 2017-Now

  • Pam was invited to perform as winner of the American Protégé 10 years Anniversary Competition at Stern Auditorium Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall New York (USA)
  • Gold Prize of Golden Key Music Festival, New York (Category Age 12-13) and was invited to play winner concert at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York (USA)

Year 2016

  • 1st Gold Prize and Alberto Ginastera Award of Chiang Mai Ginastera International Music Festival and Competition, Thailand (Junior Category)
  • Gold Medal of Music Learning Fest Bangkok, by Trinity College London (Piano duet category age 16 and below, Thailand)
  • Finalist of the 3rd Steinway Regional Final Youth Piano Competition Asia Pacific 2016, Malaysia)
  • 1st Prize of Thailand Steinway Youth Piano Competition
  • Silver Medal of the 18th SET Youth Musician Competition (Elementary Category)

Year 2015

  • 1st Prize of Hong Kong Music Competition for Young Pianists (Junior Recital Category)
  • 2nd Prize of Hong Kong Music Competition for Young Pianists (Diploma Category)
  • 1st Prize of Grand Prize Virtuoso International Music Competition (Junior Group)

Year 2014

  • Passed to 2nd stage of The Nutcracker International TV Contest for Young Musicians (Russia)
  • 1st Prize of the 8th Yokohama International Music Competition (Category Age10-12)
  • 1st Prize of Hong Kong International Music Competition for Young Pianists (Recital Elementary Class)
  • Gold Medal and The Best Compulsory Piece of Music Learning Fest Bangkok by Trinity College London (Piano duet category age 13 and below)
  • Prize winner of Spivakov International Festival (Russia)
  • 1st Gold Prize of the 16th Settrade Music Competition (Category Primary School)

Year 2013

  • 1st Prize of the 14th Osaka International Music Competition (Piano Category Elementary2)
  • Gold Medal of the Seattle Piano Festival (Category Age 9 and under, USA)
  • Finalist of the 4th Kawai Asia Piano Competition (Children group, China)
  • Being one of the top 10 Grand Finalists of Symphony Young Talents Project (Singapore)
  • Gold Prize of the 1st Kawai Singapore Piano Competition (Amateur Children group, Singapore)
  • Gold Medal (highest score) of The American Association for Development of the Gifted and Talents (Piano group 1 age9-10 and Piano duo, USA)

Year 2012

  • 2nd Prize of the Young Pianists Technique Competition (Russia)
  • 3rd Prize of the 13th Osaka International Music Competition (Piano Age Elementary1)
  • 1st Prize, Special Prize for Baroque piece, and Special Prize for Sonatina piece of The 2nd Siam International Piano Competition (Category Age 7-9, Thailand)
  • Honorable mention of Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition (Piano duet category, USA)

Apart from the competitions, Pam has received great opportunity to perform in many winner concerts both in Thailand and international such as in Carnegie Hall (New York), Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall in Benaroya Hall (Seattle), MediaCorp TV Theatre (Singapore), Multimedia Art Museum (Moscow), and Central Music School (College) of Moscow State P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory’s halls. She was selected to perform in prestigious concert before the Princess of Thailand HRH Princess Soamsawali. She also received opportunity to perform in front of Mr. Vladimir Ashkenazy and his family, and other concerts such as Thailand Young Bechstein Artists Concert, Culture without boundary concert in Moscow (invited by the Ministry of Culture, Russia).
Currently, Pam is now in the process of making her first debut CD digital album under KNS Classical Record and will be available through digital distribution of KNS partners, online retailers: Amazon, Itunes, Rhapsody, Spotify and more.

Varint Wongratanaphisan

Varint-Wongratanaphisan

Junior A- Silver Award Winner: Piano :Thailand
For Children Etude for left hand /Bartok
A Sad Little Tales / Kabalevsky
L’Orage (The Storm)/ Burgmuller
Etude Allegro / Yoshinao Nakada

 
MS. Varint Wongratanaphisan was born on December 5, 2007 in Chiangmai, Thailand. She started playing music as a student in the Yamaha Junior Course, at Yamaha Nakornping Chiangmai Music School when she was four years old. She started taking piano lessons at the age of 6. She is now studying at Varee Chiangmai International School. She began her piano lesson with Ajarn Atsuko Seta in late 2014.

Year 2014

  • Silver prize (piano solo) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival

Year 2015

  • Golden prize (Electone Ensemble) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • 3rd prize (Electone Ensemble) of the final round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival

Year 2016

  • Silver prize (piano solo) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • Silver Prize (piano solo) of Chiang Mai Ginastera International Music Festival and Competition 2016

Year 2017

  • Silver Prize (singing with backing track) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • Silver prize (piano solo) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival

 

Pingka Sirisujinte

pinga

Junior C- Bronze Award: Piano :Thailand
Prelude and Fuge in C minor / J.S.Bach
Piano Sonata in C major / Mozart
Danza Argentinas / Ginastera

 
Pingka was born in Chiang Mai in 2000.He studied at Prince Royal’s College since 5 years old and now he has studied in the music class at Prince Royal’s College and he was a concertmaster of PRC Orchestra. He began piano lesson when he was 4 years old in Yamaha Music School and began violin lesson when he was 10 years old. He has studied piano with Mss. Sukruetai Chaipralard, Mr.Eakachai tadlek and Atsuko Seta.

In 2006 He won the second prize in Yamaha music festival Chiang Mai piano duet category. And next year he won the second prize in Yamaha Music festival Chiang Mai piano solo category and he was getting married of piano grade 8 in practical examination of Trinity College Piano Examination and he won the third prize in Chiang Mai Ginastera International Music Festival 2016. At the school he had play violin in a lot of concert with PRC orchestra the last concert of this year is “Fantasy East and West”.
 

Ravint Wongratanaphisan

Ravint-Wongratanaphisan

Junior B- Honorable Mention Junior Ginastera Award and Chiang Mai Prize(Piano Duet): Piano :Thailand
Danzas Argentinas / Ginastera
Tribute to Roberto Garcia Morillo” American Prelude No.6 / Ginastera
Sonatina in E b Major Op. 20, No.6 / Dussek
Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum / Debussy

 
MS. Ravint Wongratanaphisan was born in August, 2005 in Bangkok and grew up in Chiangmai, Thailand. She attended Yamaha Junior Course, at Yamaha Nakornping Chiangmai Music School when she was four years old. She started taking piano lessons separately at the age of 6. She began her piano lessons with Ajarn Atsuko Seta in late 2014. She is now studying at Varee Chiangmai International School.

Year 2011

  • Silver prize (piano duet) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival

Year 2012

  • Silver prize (piano solo) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival

Year 2013

  • Silver prize (piano solo) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • Golden prize (Electone Ensemble) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • Honorable award (Electone Ensemble) of the final round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival

Year 2014

  • Golden prize (piano solo) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • Golden prize (Electone Ensemble) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • Honorable award (piano solo) of the final round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • Honorable award (Electone Ensemble) of the final round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival

Year 2015

  • Golden prize (piano solo) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • Golden prize (Electone Ensemble) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • Honorable award (piano solo) of the final round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • 1st prize (Electone Ensemble) of the final round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival

Year 2016

  • Golden prize (piano solo) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • Golden prize (Electone Ensemble) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • Honorable award (piano solo) of the final round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • 1st prize (Electone Ensemble) of the final round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival
  • Honorable Ginastera Prize (piano solo) of Chiang Mai Ginastera International Music Festival and Competition 2016
  • Chiang Mai Prize (piano duet) of Chiang Mai Ginastera International Music Festival and Competition 2016

Year 2017

  • Golden prize (piano solo) of the regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival

 

Jetniphat Haemanwichian

JETNIPHAT-HAEMANWICHIAN

Junior B- Usaato Special Award: Piano :Thailand
Two-Part Invention No.8 / Bach
Study Op.81 No.10 / Heller
Valse Op.64 No.1 / Chopin

 
Jetniphat Haemanwichian (Punpol) loves to play the piano. He has his own youtube channel named Punpol Love Piano. If he is free from his school homework he would practice the piano. He has been studying piano with Santi Saengthong, LTCL at Santi Music School in Chiang Mai for 4 years.
In February 2016 he received the Beethoven Trophy from the Friendship Piano Competition No.3 held by Santi Music School.
In December 2016 he passed his ABRSM grade 5 exam with the highest score in Thailand.
In January 2017 he performed in the Grand International Charity Concert held by Santi Music School to raise money for Baanpangterm school in Samoeng Chaing Mai.
 

Porjai Rangsri

PorjaiRangsri

Junior B- Chiang Mai Prize (Piano Solo and Duet): Piano :Thailand
Sonatina in f major op 20 No 3 / Dussek
Golliwogg’s Cake walk / Debussy
“Creole Dance” American Prelude No 3 / Ginastera

 
Ms.Porjai Rangsri was born in April, 2005. She started her piano lessons when she was 5 years old at Yamaka Nakornping Chiangmai Music School. Her first teacher is Miss Jareerat Pongudom. She then attended a Yamaha competition in 2013. Porjai began studying piano with Ajarn Atsuko Seta in 2015 making a great progress to competitions. Currently, she is studying in the secondary section of Varee Chiangmai International School.

  • Golden prize(Piano solo) of regional round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival.
  • Honorable award(Piano solo) of final round of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival.
  • Golden prize(Piano solo) of Professional skills competition for non-formal school student
  • Chiang Mai prize (Piano solo) of Chiang Mai Ginastera International Music Festival and Competition 2016
  • Chiang Mai prize (Piano duet) of Chiang Mai Ginastera International Music Festival and Competition 2016

 

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