In 2019 he received his 2nd Bachelor of Music (Violin Performance) from Hochschule für Musik (University of Music), Detmold, Germany. Furthermore he was selected to receive a Scholarship from “Gesellschaft der Freunde und Förderer der Hochschule für Musik(GFF)”, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) and from Ernst von Siemens Musikstifftung (Siemens Music foundation) from Germany, as well as “Fund for Classical Music Promotion under the Patronage of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana” from Thailand during his abroad years.
Besides his studies in Germany, he had the opportunity to play as a member with Detmolder Kammerorchester, Philharmoniker Orchester and Klassiche Philharmonie Bonn Orchester. He has performed in numerous countries such as Japan, New Zealand, Hungary, and Germany.
He also gave violin lessons to German kids and adults at Musikkolleg Rheine in 2021.
He has received opportunities to play in masterclasses with many world-renowned violinists such as Simone Zgraggen, Roman Patocka, Boris Brovtsyn, Christoph Poppen, Daniel Vaiman, Rinus Roth, and Erik Schumann.
On the teaching side, He has more than 10 years of experience. Many of his students have got “Distinction” in a variety of levels from Trinity College of London (TH), some have been ranked as number 1 in Thailand in Beginner levels, and some have received “Distinction” every year from grade1 to grade 5 from ABRSM. With his experiences, he aims to build a good and correct technique of violin playing from the beginning. He can communicate in Thai/English/German for the Lesson.
In summer 2021, he graduated his Master’s degree in Violin Performance & Creativity under the world-renowned violinist Prof. Koh Gabriel Kameda from Musikhochschule, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Germany. He recently moved back to his hometown in October 2021 and continues to enjoy music playing with Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra and also start teaching at Regents International School Pattaya in February 2022.