Natchanok Chonlacoop

7-years-old Thai, born in U.S., Natchanok started learning piano at the age of 3. She has been under tutelage of Professor Dr. Pornphan Banternghansa and Professor Chirapa Wungkaom since 2019 in Thailand.
Her achievements in 2021 include First Prize from 2021 Chicago International Music Competition (U.S.A), Platinum Prize from The 1st Young Concert Artists International Piano Competition (WPTA Thailand), Platinum and Best Youngest Virtuoso Award from WPTA SINGAPORE International Piano Competition, Platinum Prize from Global International Music Competition (Canada), Gold Prize from Osaka International Music Competition Regional Round (DVD audition), Gold Prize from Osaka International Music Competition (Bangkok Regional), Grand Prize and Audience Award Winner 21st Century Talents Music Competition First Place and Audience Award Winner from Rocky Mountain Music Competition (Canada), Gold Prize from Appassionato International Online Youth Music Festival 2021 (Canada), First Prize from The 4th New Talent British International Youth Music Competition (U.K.), First Prize from London Young Musician (U.K), First Prize from Young Verona Piano Competition (Italy), Platinum and Audience Award from Royal Sound Music Competition (Canada), Grand Prize from International Youth Music Competitions (U.S.A), First Prize from Piano Competition Online, First Prize from International Clara Schumann Competition, Gold Prize from The Inaugural WPTA Indonesia International Piano Competition 2021 (Indonesia) and Gold Prize from World Classical Music Awards .
In 2020, Natchanok achieved First Prize and Exceptional Young Talent Award from Bonn Grand Prize Virtuoso International Music Competition, First Prize from Piano Star International Competition – Final Round, First Prize and Exceptional Young Talent Award from Golden Classical Music Award (U.S.A), and Gold Prize from The Bangkok International Piano Competition (Thailand).
She also enjoys playing violin, riding horses, reading, and swimming in her free time. Her passion for music, sport and literature reinforces her strong confidence in her social life and academia.

You can find Natchanok’s 2022 Winter Music Competition piano performance here.