Bundit Ungrangsee (Thai: บัณฑิต อึ้งรังษี; rtgs: Bandit Uengrangsi, born December 7, 1970) is an international symphonic conductor. Thai-born and of Chinese descent, Bundit Ungrangsee was named one of two co-winners and Laureates of the inaugural Maazel-Vilar International Conductors' Competition held at Carnegie Hall in New York City, USA in September 2002. Since then, Ungrangsee has built a career as an international guest conductor, regularly leading orchestras in primarily Europe and Asia.

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  • Bundit Ungrangsee (Thai: บัณฑิต อึ้งรังษี, RTGS: Banthit Uengrangsi; * 7. Dezember 1970) ist ein thailändischer Dirigent chinesischer Herkunft. Bundit Ungrangsee studierte an der University of Michigan. Der Schüler von Jorma Panula und Lorin Maazel gewann 1998 ein Leonard-Bernstein-Dirigentenstipendium und besuchte in Tanglewood einen Kurs bei Jorma Panula Seiji Ozawa. 1998 kam er ins Semifinale des Wettbewerbes von Besançon, 1999 war er Gewinner des Internationalen Wettbewerbs für junge Dirigenten in Lissabon. 2002 war er einer der zwei Gewinner des Maazel-Vilar-Dirigierwettbewerbes, den die New Yorker Carnegie Hall mit den Juroren Lorin Maazel, Kyung-Wha Chung, Glenn Dicterow und Krzysztof Penderecki durchführte. Seitdem leitete Bundit mehr als 500 Konzerte mit über vierzig Orchestern, darunter dem Orchestra of St. Luke’s in New York, der Utah Symphony, dem Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, dem Orchester des Teatro La Fenice in Venedig, dem Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana in Palermo, der Auckland Philharmonia, dem Orchestra Internazionale d'Italia, dem Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, dem Istanbul State Symphony Orchestra und dem südkoreanischen Busan Philharmonic Orchestra. Seit 2005 ist er Erster Gastdirigent des Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, mit dem er 2007 eine Tournee durch Thailand unternahm. Zu den Solisten, mit denen Bundit zusammenarbeitete, zählen u.a. Maxim Vengerov, Julia Migenes, Joseph Alessi, Katia und Marielle Labèque, Christopher Parkening, Christine Brewer und Elmer Bernstein. 2004 nahm er mit Paula Robison und dem Charleston Symphony Orchestra bei Arabesque Records ein Album mit den Flötenkonzerten von Mozart auf. (de)
  • Bundit Ungrangsee (Thai: บัณฑิต อึ้งรังษี; rtgs: Bandit Uengrangsi, born December 7, 1970) is an international symphonic conductor. Thai-born and of Chinese descent, Bundit Ungrangsee was named one of two co-winners and Laureates of the inaugural Maazel-Vilar International Conductors' Competition held at Carnegie Hall in New York City, USA in September 2002. Since then, Ungrangsee has built a career as an international guest conductor, regularly leading orchestras in primarily Europe and Asia. His work includes Principal Guest Conductor of the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra and regularly conducting orchestras in Italy, including Orchestra Internazionale d'Italia. Over the course of his career, he has held posts as Music Director of the Young Musician's Foundation Debut Orchestra in Los Angeles, Associate Conductor of the Utah Symphony, Cover Conductor for the New York Philharmonic, Associate Conductor of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra and Principal Guest Conductor of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. Bundit was among the honorees for the Thai Ministry of Culture's Office of Contemporary Art and Culture's Silpathorn Award in 2005. He was also named a "Cultural Ambassador". Among the artists with whom he has worked are Maxim Vengerov, Julia Migenes, Joseph Alessi, the LaBeque Sisters, Paula Robison, Christopher Parkening, Christine Brewer and Elmer Bernstein. In 2005, Ungrangsee was one of three international conductors invited to actively take part in the historic development of the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra into a world-class musical institution. He was also given the post of Principal Guest Conductor of that orchestra and conducted numerous concerts with the orchestra. In June 2007, he invited the orchestra to give a concert tour in his home country, Thailand. In September 2002 Ungrangsee was named Laureate and Co-Winner in the inaugural Maazel-Vilar International Conductors' Competition held at Carnegie Hall in New York City. The prize, awarded by a distinguished panel of judges including Lorin Maazel, Kyung-Wha Chung, Glenn Dicterow and Krzysztof Penderecki, recognizes him as first among the 362 competitors from 40 countries in the competition. At the conclusion of the competition, Maazel told the audience, "You are seeing the future of classical music." A Thai conductor of Chinese descent, Mr. Ungrangsee is the first Thai to have won awards in many prestigious international conducting competitions. Other competition prizes include Winner of the International Competition for Young conductors in Lisbon, Portugal (1999). In 2002, he placed fourth among 37 conductors from over 20 nations in the Hungarian TV-Radio International Conducting Competition in Budapest. He also was a semi-finalist in the prestigious Besançon Competition in France in 1998. Among the teachers he recognizes as his main influences are world-renowned conducting teacher Jorma Panula and Maestro Lorin Maazel, Music Director of New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Maestro Maazel said of Bundit that “He is on his way to becoming a major force in the world of conducting,” and privately trained him over a period of three years. Bundit received his master's degree in Conducting from the University of Michigan. (en)
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  • Bundit attends the opening party for the 2007 Bangkok International Film Festival.
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  • Bundit Ungrangsee (Thai: บัณฑิต อึ้งรังษี; rtgs: Bandit Uengrangsi, born December 7, 1970) is an international symphonic conductor. Thai-born and of Chinese descent, Bundit Ungrangsee was named one of two co-winners and Laureates of the inaugural Maazel-Vilar International Conductors' Competition held at Carnegie Hall in New York City, USA in September 2002. Since then, Ungrangsee has built a career as an international guest conductor, regularly leading orchestras in primarily Europe and Asia. (en)
  • Bundit Ungrangsee (Thai: บัณฑิต อึ้งรังษี, RTGS: Banthit Uengrangsi; * 7. Dezember 1970) ist ein thailändischer Dirigent chinesischer Herkunft. Bundit Ungrangsee studierte an der University of Michigan. Der Schüler von Jorma Panula und Lorin Maazel gewann 1998 ein Leonard-Bernstein-Dirigentenstipendium und besuchte in Tanglewood einen Kurs bei Jorma Panula Seiji Ozawa. 1998 kam er ins Semifinale des Wettbewerbes von Besançon, 1999 war er Gewinner des Internationalen Wettbewerbs für junge Dirigenten in Lissabon. 2002 war er einer der zwei Gewinner des Maazel-Vilar-Dirigierwettbewerbes, den die New Yorker Carnegie Hall mit den Juroren Lorin Maazel, Kyung-Wha Chung, Glenn Dicterow und Krzysztof Penderecki durchführte. (de)
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