Thai trombonist, Siravith Kongbandalsuk was awarded and participated in several international music competition such as Brass and Percussion Seminar and Solo competition 2013 (Thailand) , Svirel International Music Competition 2016 (Slovenia), Ian Bousfield tenor trombone competition 2017 organized by British Trombone Society (UK), and more. His musical performance explores beyond the realm of classical and contemporary music practices including: interdisciplinary, theatrical practice, telematic, and interactive multimedia performances.
Siravith has been a member and performed with many ensembles such as Bandung Philharmonic Orchestra, Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra, Netherlands Youth Orchestra (NJO), Nederland Student Orchestra (NSO), Princess Galyani Vadhana Youth Orchestra, Siam Sinfonietta and Southeast Asian Wind Ensemble, Million Wind Philharmonic, Limburg trombone ensemble, QuarterBone Trombone quartet, and the Tacet(i) Ensemble which he has been its member since the ensemble was founded in 2014. He was also invited to perform in the international music festival including: Asian Composer League, Kultur Kontakt Austria, Tokyo Media Interaction, Thailand International Composition festival and Thailand New Music and Arts Symposium.
Siravith obtained a Bachelor’s degree in classical trombone performance at College of Music, Mahidol University, Thailand under the mentorship with Philip Brink from 2010 – 2014, and a Master’s degree in music performance at Conservatorium Maastricht, Netherlands where he studied with Bart Claessens from 2015 - 2017. Siravith is a full-time lecturer at the Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music in Bangkok. Currently, he is serving as a co-director of Int-Act Festival (Thailand).
Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music