Sábado Julio 20, 2024

Zagreb World Sax Congress


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Guillermo Presa graduated with honours at the International Saxophone Class of the Balearic Islands High Conservatory. In 2017 he graduated from the Royal College of Music with a Master of Performance, were he studied saxophone with Martin Robertson as an RCM Scholar. As a soloist, he has performed in the Fruit for Apocalypse Emerging Artists Programme, ME_MMIX Festival, Placa Base Festival and the London BaskFest. He also visited renowned academic institutions such as the College of Music Mahidol University, the Rajchapat Bansomdej Chaophraya University and the Assumption College, where he performed concerts and gave masterclasses. He has performed with the Balearic Islands High Conservatory Symphony Orchestra and the Basque National Youth Orchestra.Wisuwat Pruksavanich studied with Shyen Lee at the College of Music at Mahidol University. He obtained several prizes at national and international level in Saxophone related music competitions: first prizes at the 9th Asian Symphonic Band Competition and Thailand Yamaha Big-Band Competition. Recently the Hard Fairy album was nominated for Best Instrumental Album and Wisuwat himself, was nominated for Best New Artist at the 11th Komchadluek Awards. Today, Wisuwat is a saxophone instructor at Mahidol University’s College of Music and a saxophonist in Cloud Wanderer, Siam Saxophone Quartet as well as a contra-bassoonist in Mahidol Wind Symphony and a bassist (sideman). The path to being a classical pianist for Thai-born Tipwatoo (Pin) Aramwittaya was unusual; her fascination with the science led to her undergraduate studies in biomedical science, before she decided to take her piano performance to the next level. Her debut recital in Bangkok in 2014 was a huge success, which was followed by her obtaining an FTCL diploma. She had the opportunity to work with numerous leading pianists including Ms. Rebecca Penneys, Christopher Harding, Roberta Rust, and several others. At the Royal College of Music, she has been selected to perform in several concerts including the 150 years Bach-Busoni concert, Keyboard Music Festival. Currently, she is studying for her second master’s degree in piano performance at the Royal College of Music, under the supervision of Gordon Fergus-Thompson.

Guillermo Presa, saxophoneWisuwat Pruksavanich, saxophoneTipwatoo Aramwittaya, piano