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Puntwitt Asawadejmetakul

Puntwitt Asawadejmetakul

Puntwitt Asawadejmetakul, Countertenor, was awarded a scholarship to participate in Michael Chance’s 2015 Masterclass in Siena where he also had a chance to worked with Daniel Taylor, Ian Partridge Lynne Dawson and Paul Beier. He graduates his Master’s degree in vocal performance at Chulalongkorn University under supervision of Prof. Duangjai Thewtong, Bachelor's degree in vocal performance from the Conservatory of Music, Rangsit University with full scholarship, where he studied with Kittinant Chinsamran.


His awards in singing include the RSU Concerto Competition winners in 2012 and 2013, the gold certificate from the Fifth Bangkok Opera Singing Competition 2013. He was invited to join Asain Youth Choir for One (AYCO) in 2014. He won the Gold medal in the New York Sounds of Spring International Music Festival with Siam Sinfonietta.


He was an Alto soloist for Bach’s Manificat in D with Chulalongkorn University Chamber Orchestra and Concert choir, Handel’s Messiah with Bangkok Combine Choir, Beethoven’s symphony No.9 with Pricess Galyani Vadhana Youth Orchestra,Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana with Siam Philharmonic Orchestra. He premiered a piece "Praise the King" by Anothai Nitibhon in 2019.


Puntwitt was a member of the Opera Siam Young Soloist Program where he took on the role of Pane from Cavalli's La Calisto and premiered the roles of Page to Lord Yoshitsune from Sucharitkul's Dan no Ura and Mendicant’s son / Grand vizier from Bhuridat, Dukulaka from Suwana Sama and Matali from Nemiraj of Sucharitkul’s DASJATI opera cycle. Now, He is a member of faculty in Princess Galyanhi Vadhana Institue of Music and regularly gives recital, concert and masterclass to help nourish new generation of singer and musician

School of Music,

Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music,



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