Dr. Wisuwat Pruksavanich

Classical Performance
Woodwind Department

Career Highlights

Dr. Wisuwat Pruksavanich is the first Thai saxophonist in contemporary classical music to become a Yamaha Artist. He has made his name on the world stages as a soloist in Narong Prangcharoen’s world premiere “The Dawn of Darkness” at Ki Zu Na Concert 2012, Sumida Triphony Hall, Tokyo Japan. His “Hard Fairy” album was nominated for Best Instrumental Album and Wisuwat himself was nominated for Best New Artist at the 11th Komchadluek Awards.

Christian Lauba, a French composer, while randomly watching YouTube came upon a video performed by Wisuwat — Hard too Hard, one of Christian’s toughest compositions. He invited Wisuwat to join his master class in Lisbon, Portugal.

In 2019, Wisuwat was invited to be the saxophone instructor at The 2nd Poznan SaxEvent in Poznan, Poland, and XI Mallorca Saxophone Festival at Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

Today, Dr. Wisuwat is a saxophone instructor at Mahidol University’s College of Music.


2021, Krzysztofa Pendereckiego Academy of Music in Krakow (Poland), Pd.D. (Instrumental Study – Saxophone),

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