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Chatchapon Jiamjanyong

Chatchapon Jiamjanyong began studying music at the age of 8 at the Technic Music School. He took his first flute lesson at 13 years old at the Prasarnsilp Music School with Nicom Suwan. In 1998, he received the highest score award from the examination of Trinity College, London.


Mr. Jiamjanyong entered the Pre-College program of the College of Music, Mahidol University, in 2001 and studied flute with Surat Prapatrangsee, Katja Langfeld, Siriporn Jinanarong and Hiroshi Matsushima. Among many music activities he has participated in during those years, he won first prize in the Yamaha Thailand Flute Competition in 2004 and was selected to the Southeast Asian Youth Orchestra and Wind Ensemble (SAYOWE) in 2004 and 2005, as well as the Silpakorn Summer Music Camp in 2005. He additionally participated in masterclasses with acclaimed musicians including Sylvia Greenfield, Teruki Ishibashi, Worapon Kanweerayothin, Alexa Still, Carol Wincenc, Raphael Leone, Robert Aitken, Kazutaka Shimizu and Jasmine Choi. He was the principal flute of the Mahidol Wind Symphony and Mahidol Wind Camerata and also played in the Salaya Modern Ensemble. 


Mr. Jiamjanyong graduated from the College of Music, Mahidol University, in 2013 with a Master of Arts (Music) degree and currently teaches flute, music theory and aural skill at the Prasarnsilp Music School and Music Campus for General Public (MCGP), College of Music, Mahidol University in Bangkok and also as a full-time teacher for music history, aural skill and chamber music classes at the Music Conservatory, Rangsit University since 2013.

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