Ekachai Jearakul (born 5 July 1987) is a Thai classical guitarist. Ekachai studied guitar with Kiattipong Tangsakul at Yamaha Ubonratchatani at age 13. He moved to Bangkok in 2003 to study at the College of Music, Mahidol University, where he studied with Worakarn Saengsomboon, Dr.Paul Cesarczyk and many other fine teachers at the University. He was awarded a scholarship to study at the College of Music at Mahidol University where he majored in classical guitar. He later completed and graduated his bachelor's degree in Classical Guitar Performance with first class honors in 2010. Ekachai was able to earn a good living as a student by teaching guitar and in competitions, winning the 2008 Berlin International Guitar Competition.During this time he also attended numerous master classes where

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  • Ekachai Jearakul (born 5 July 1987) is a Thai classical guitarist. Ekachai studied guitar with Kiattipong Tangsakul at Yamaha Ubonratchatani at age 13. He moved to Bangkok in 2003 to study at the College of Music, Mahidol University, where he studied with Worakarn Saengsomboon, Dr.Paul Cesarczyk and many other fine teachers at the University. He was awarded a scholarship to study at the College of Music at Mahidol University where he majored in classical guitar. He later completed and graduated his bachelor's degree in Classical Guitar Performance with first class honors in 2010. Ekachai was able to earn a good living as a student by teaching guitar and in competitions, winning the 2008 Berlin International Guitar Competition.During this time he also attended numerous master classes where he met internationally renowned guitarists including Carlo Domeniconi, Álvaro Pierri, Scott Tennant, Shinichi Fukuda, William Kanengiser, Pavel Steidl, Katona Twins and many others. In late 2010, he received a scholarship to complete a master's degree in Classical Guitar Performance at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria with Professor Marco Tamayo.He attend many competition around the world in both Europe, Asia and America.Ekachai, representing Thailand in numerous classical guitar international competitions and concerts around the world with award winning solo performances in Japan, China, South Korea, USA, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Russia and Greece. He also played Joaquín Rodrigo's "Fantasia para un Gentilhombre" with Princess Galyani Vadhana Institute Orchestra conducted by Leo Phillips and with Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra in Bangkok, Thailand. He has also performed as a soloist with the Dr. Sax Chamber Orchestra, The International Orchestra of Italy, The Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, The Unity Philharmonic Orchestra, and The Ukraine Philharmonic Orchestra. (en)
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  • Ekachai Jearakul (born 5 July 1987) is a Thai classical guitarist. Ekachai studied guitar with Kiattipong Tangsakul at Yamaha Ubonratchatani at age 13. He moved to Bangkok in 2003 to study at the College of Music, Mahidol University, where he studied with Worakarn Saengsomboon, Dr.Paul Cesarczyk and many other fine teachers at the University. He was awarded a scholarship to study at the College of Music at Mahidol University where he majored in classical guitar. He later completed and graduated his bachelor's degree in Classical Guitar Performance with first class honors in 2010. Ekachai was able to earn a good living as a student by teaching guitar and in competitions, winning the 2008 Berlin International Guitar Competition.During this time he also attended numerous master classes where (en)
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