Priya Pariyachart

Priya Pariyachart



Talent Development Prize 2022

Roles Performed

2020 Valencienne, Die Lustige Witwe (F. Lehàr), College of Music Mahidol University, Thailand

2018 Queen of the Night, Die Zauberflöte (W.A. Mozart), Chaktomuk Conference Hall, Cambodia

2016 Bastienne, Bastien und Bastienne (W. A. Mozart), College of music Mahidol University, Thailand

Roles Studied

2020 Hanna Glawari, Die Lustige Witwe (F. Lehàr), College of Music Mahidol University, Thailand


since October 2021 Asean Uninet Scholarship’s holder for 9 months at University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria

since 2018 4th Year Bachelor Student, College of Music, Mahidol University, Thailand

2015-17 High School Young Artist Music Program, College of Music, Mahidol University, Thailand

Competitions and Awards

2021 2nd Prize, 23th Settrade Music Competition, Mahidol Universit, Thailand

2018 3rd Prize, 19th Osaka international Music Competition, Duo category, Japan

2018 Finalist, Singapore Lyric Opera Asean Vocal Competition, Open Category, Singapore


Dated: 2023

How do you prepare for a performance?

It makes me happy to sing and be able to create fresh performances every time. I don´t really lock myself in the practice room much but I still practice whenever I get the chance to do so. To prepare for a performance I find it helpful to create an idea in my mind of what I want my performance to be like. Moreover, I found out that experience is very important to create good music and a lot of ideas. So I try to live my life to collect as much experience as I can to make good music.

Which famous person would you like to have dinner with?

Jessye Norman - she is the one that inspired me to create my own interpretations. But sadly she’s not with us anymore. But if I could, I would like to see her and talk to her about music and life. Meeting her would have been nice.

Time Machine or Magic Wand?

Magic Wand