Prach Boondiskulchok — Piano
Pianist, fortepianist and composer, Prach Boondiskulchok was born in Bangkok, Thailand. Based in London and Berlin, his piano trio, Linos Piano Trio, won the 1st Prize and Audience Prize at Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition in 2015, the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Frost Prize in 2014, and was a selected ChamberStudio Mentorship Group 2014-15 to receive tuition with Peter Cropper, Eberhart Feltz and Sir Andras Schiff. He received his musical education as at the Yehudi Menuhin School, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and Hochschule for Musik, Theater und Median, Hannover, as well as from participation at masterclasses and festivals – most regularly at the International Musician’s Seminar, Prussia Cove. His busy performing schedule has brought him to many prestigious venues like the Wigmore Hall, Barbican Hall, Royal Festival Hall, St John’s Smith Square, Purcell Room in the UK, and world-wide to international festivals and concert venues.
Prach Boondiskulchok’s early performance of Bach Sinfonias at the Royal Festival Hall won a critical acclaim in the Independent. Now equally at home in the languages from the early Baroque to the newest repertoire, his programmes span from Froberger to his own works, from solo to ensemble and concerto, from fortepianos to modern pianos. His works have been performed internationally, with the latest work Night Suite for piano trio having had 15 performances in the past year in Germany, Austria, UK, France.
A keen educator, Prach gives regular masterclasses, is a visiting professor at the Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute of Music, and was a member of the piano faculty at the Yehudi Menuhin School from 2009-2015.