Prach Boondiskulchok

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Started in: 2017
Musician type: keyboard
University: Leuven University
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Nationality: Thailand

Thai-British musician Prach Boondiskulchok is active as a pianist, historical keyboard player and composer. Prach’s solo and chamber music performances have taken place in on many international stages and festivals including Wigmore Hall, Barbican Hall, Royal Festival Hall, St John’s Smith Square, Thailand Cultural Centre (Thailand), IMS Open Chamber Music (Prussia Cove, UK), Viana Festival (Portugal), Geelvinck Fortepiano Festival (Amsterdam), and the Birdfoot Festival (New Orleans). He is a founding member of the Linos Piano Trio, winners of First Prize and Audience Prize at the 2015 Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, and recipients of the 2014 Royal Philharmonic Society Frost Prize.

His recent compositions include Night Suite (2014) for Piano Trio, widely performed by the Linos Piano Trio, and the chamber song cycle, Goose Daughter commissioned and premiered by the Birdfoot Festival in 2016. Goose Daughter has also received performances in New York, and London’s Kings Place. Currently he is commissioned by the Endellion String Quartet for their 40th Anniversary at Wigmore Hall 2019.

A keen educator, Prach gives regular masterclasses and coachings around the world. He served as a faculty member at the Yehudi Menuhin School from 2010-2016, and is currently Visiting Professor at the Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music in Bangkok, a Doctoral Research Fellow at the Orpheus Institute, and tutor of chamber music at the Royal College of Music London, Junior Department. As a historical performer Prach also serves on the jury of the Geelvinck International Fortepiano Competition. Since 2017, he has been an Artist-in-Residence at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire.


Composing for the Fortepiano: Idiosyncrasy and Historicity

Started in 2017

The idea of writing new music for an instrument whose usage and culture has been (re)created for the purpose of performing old music may seem paradoxical. But this is perhaps no more paradoxical than today’s widespread practice of public fortepiano recitals of canonized repertoire, a practice that that would have…

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