Guntiga Comenaphatt

Born in: Chiang Mai, Thailand
Member Since: 2008 – Present

Additional Information

2014    Won 1st prize, 1st chair Cellist, Alisore Chamber Music Orchestra, Princess Galyani Vadhana International Ensemble Competition (Category: Chamber Music)

2014    Won 3rd prize, Cellist, Sonore Piano Trio, Princess Galyani Vadhana International Ensemble Competition (Category: Piano Trio)

2014    Participate in The 8th Karl Davidov International Cello Competition
Competition

2013    Won 1st prize, 1st chair Cellist, Unisono String Chamber Orchestra, Princess Galyani Vadhana International Ensemble Competition (string)

2010    Final Round Participant, Beethoven String Competition

Guntiga Comenaphatt was born in 1992 in Chiang Mai, Thailand. She started to play cello at the age of 11 years old with Assist. Prof. Sompong Wongdee. In 2007, she has studied with Mr. Juris Lakutis at College of Music, Mahidol University in Pre-College Program and graduated in major of western music; she continued to study in undergraduate programmed in Classical Music Performance at the College of Music, Mahidol University majoring in Cello. In her last year of undergraduate at Mahidol University, She had the opportunity to play piano trio with Sonore Piano Trio with a violinist and a pianist who had already graduated from Mahidol University, studying with Prof. Arens Rolf-Dieter and Prof. Paris Paraschoudis. At the same time, she was playing in 1st chair cellist in Alisore Chamber Music Orchestra coach by Prof. Stefanie Waegner. After graduating from College of Music, Mahidol University with Bachelors of Music degree, she decided to continue to study in master degree in Music Performance and Pedagogy Program.

She is now working as a cellist for Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra since 2008. She has had the opportunity to study and attend master classes with famous cellists such as Prof. Maria-Leigenseder-Ewald of The LISZT SCHOOL of music, Weimar, Prof. Stefan Popov and Prof. Eleonora Testeleca.