Bangkok-born guitarist Noppakorn Auesirinucroch, an award-winning guitarist, has participated and performed in many prestigious competitions and music festivals in European and Asian countries, namely The Netherlands, Belgium, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, and Thailand. Noppakorn has won numerous awards, including 1" prize Thailand International Guitar Competition 2012, 1" prize Asia International Guitar Festival 2013, 1" prize Indonesia International Guitar Festival 2013, 1" prize Tarrega International Guitar Festival 2014 and among others.
He obtained his B.M. and M.M. in the major of classical guitar performance at Koninklijk Conservatorium, The Hague, The Netherlands, with Professor Enno Voorhorst. He was selected for “Fund for Excellence”, the full scholarship for the best Master’s candidates for his M.M. in classical guitar performance at Koninklijk Conservatorium, The Hague, with Professor Zoran Dukic and received the absolute highest mark with distinction for his final presentation.
As a multidisciplinary performer, Noppakorn interests and dedicates himself to contemporary music, in which he explores several musical ideas for his performance, such as sound, time, space, multi-sonic cultures, and cross-modal relations. Recently, Noppakorn conducted research on the topic of “Multi-sensory sonic experiences” in cooperating with the external mentor, Charles Michel, a former chef in residence at the Experimental Psychology Department, Oxford University.
Currently, he works as a classical guitar instructor at the College of Music, Mahidol University, a guitarist/director in Tacet(i) ensemble, and a music director of the Int-Act Festival.
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College of Music, Mahidol University