Thitipol Piseskul

Thitipol Piseskul

Was born in 1997, in Bangkok, Thailand. His passion for music started at Music Campus for General Public, College of Music, Mahidol University, under the musical coaching of Promwut Sudtakoo. At the age of 14, he got admitted to the Pre-college program at the College of Music, Mahidol University where he studied classical saxophone with Prof.Shyen Lee and Dr.Wisuwat Pruksavanich.

He had several masterclasses with Jean-Marie Londeix, Dr.Scott Turpen, Dr.Chiu Huan Wu, Masato Kumoi, Kenneth Tse, Kyle Horch, Hans de Jong, Claude Delangle, Jean-Denis Michat, Timothy Mcallister, Lars Mlekusch, and Nobuya Sugawa.

As an aspiring young saxophonist, in 2014, his quartet “Fire-Yen Saxophone Quartet” was awarded the top prize (2nd prize) and Takatsuki Mayer Award in the Grand Final by 15th Osaka International Music Competition in Section II, Ensemble Category.

In 2016, after he moved to the Netherlands, his other quartet “Lagom Saxophone Quartet” was awarded 1st prize by WMC Kerkrade music competition and a year later, was awarded 1st prize by Princess Christina competition.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Music (Classical Saxophone Performance) from Conservatorium van Amsterdam in 2019 and graduated with a Master of Music (Classical Saxophone Performance) with “Karnatic rhythm’s profile” from Conservatorium van Amsterdam in 2021, both under the coaching of world-class artist and educator, Arno Bornkamp (on saxophone) and Rafael Reina Camara (on Karnatic rhythm). He is currently studying a Doctor of Music in Classical Saxophone Performance at the College of Music, Mahidol University where he has also been employed as a part-time saxophone instructor teaching private lessons and small ensembles since 2021.

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