Altos

Areeya Krueangklang (Sai)

Maestra Areeya began studying music at the age of 14, initially as a member of the Subnoi Nuea Witthayakhom School choir band, The Clair Chorus, in Saraburi province, and as member of the school's marching band, NW Band, playing the euphonium. Areeya studied singing and piano with Ajarn Samanawan Phuangphu and passed piano grade exams with Trinity College, London.

In 2013 Areeya studied for an undergraduate degree at the Faculty of Arts, Music Department, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, majoring in singing. Her teachers were Maestro Wirat Patipakon, Maestra Ploenphit Phongsathorn. Areeya is a member of the SSRU Chorus Choir under the supervision of Asst. Prof. Dr. Chonnat Minanan and continuously had the opportunity to perform in a series of university chorus activities, as well as with the chorus of the Royal Thai Police Band.

In 2015, Maestra Areeya became a member of The Bangkok Voices Choir in the alto section. Currently, she is a singing teacher at Assumption College Thonburi, Monkey Town Artist Academy GMM Grammy Institute.

Thanittha Nillaboot (Nam)

Thanitha discovered her passion for singing at the age of 10 and started to focus on singing Thai country style songs as her preference. Her talent and continuous practice enabled her to participate in singing contests on various occasions. She is currently a 4th year scholarship student from Sunantha Music School, majoring in international singing, Faculty of Arts, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University. Her singing tutors are Maestro Wirat Patimapakorn, Maestro Ploen Phitphongsathorn, and Maestra Kanchana Suansuk.

Apart from singing Thanitha studies international music theory and music history, music arrangement, orchestration and music composition with Asst. Prof. Dr. Chonnat Minanand. She also is a member of SSRU BAND and SSRU CHORUS, a university band, and had the opportunity to join the choir of the police orchestra. In 2015 she joined the Bangkok Voices, where she is a member until now.

Currently Thanitha is an artist of the International Music Division, Fine Arts Department.

Pan Piriyaprernt (Pan)

Pan graduated with a master degree in Informatics at RWTH University, Aachen, Germany (Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen) . After completing additional education in Germany while working in the country, she was a member of the vocal ensemble "Ohrkohr" in Aachen from 2012 to 2017, giving her the opportunity to sing various styles of choir music, from jazz to classics - which she enjoyed very much. After relocating back to Thailand, she joined The Bangkok Voices in 2017.

Sinwanit Yoskaew (Panya)

Sinwanit started her musical journey with playing the piano at the age of 3. When her parents saw her passion and musical talents, they encouraged her to enlarge the variety of musical instruments she played, but for her, the "piano" and "singing" were those occupations that she was especially passionate about. Therefore, as a secondary student in Wattana Wittayalai Schoolsecondary school, she became a member of the Wattana Girls' Chorus Choir. This can be considered to be Sinwanit's starting point for the serious forward move on the musical path, giving her the opportunity to travel, compete and perform regularly in various places and finally to attend the Thailand Choral Association event at the Arnoma Hotel, where she had the opportunity to meet "The Voices", a vocal choir later to be known as "The Bangkok Voices".

A period of 6 years of intense study for a Bachelor's degree at the Faculty of Pharmacy, Silpakorn University, unfortunately forced her to gradually back off from playing the piano and singing. However, with a heart full of love for and bound to music, she did not let herself be discouraged and joined the cheer club of the faculty as the club's vice president. This allowed her to pass on her accumulated knowledge to the juniors within the faculty, where on weekends she even gave piano lessons to children aged 3 - 7 years at the Sooner Music Academy.

Currently, Sinwanit is a pharmacist at the Drug Quality Assurance Department, Government Pharmaceutical Organization. The desire to increase the musical experience and the unique challenges of the A Cappella choir, together with the realization that life's musical path is something that she has cherished and bonded with since childhood, led her again to an opportunity to get in touch with the "The Bangkok Voices". Without hesitating she decided to attend an audition, was selected and joined the choir in 2018.

Music and Singing Awards

    • 2 silver medals from the World Choir Games 2006, in Xiamen People's Republic of China, for "Youth Choirs of Equal Voices" and "Folklore with Instrumental Accompaniment"
    • Winner of the "Pharmacy Music Competition" group singing competition in 2011 - 2012 and 2015
    • 1st prize, international singing category in the university competition "Silpakorn Music Award" in 2015

Achievements and studies related to music

      • Participated in the Wattana Girls' Chorus band of Wattana Wittayalai School in "Cultural Exchange Show" in Finland, Estonia and Spain
      • Played the role of Peter Pan in the stage play "Peter Pan, the Musical" at Wattana Wittaya Academy
      • Pianist for worship to God, every Friday at Wattana Wittaya Academy.
      • 8th grade piano exam
      • from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM).
      • ALCM classical singing course from the London College of Music & Media in Singing
      • Part of musicians and singers in the stage performance of "Nam Sai Jai Jing" and "Dharma Chakra", Department of Drama Programs, Dance Sangkhatti Arts Council, Silpakorn University
      • Selected to participate in the Ensemble of the Original Musical Project Soundtrack within the Smule Application with Broadway actors Wicked (#Fellowozians) and Hamilton. (#TheNotionOfANation) https://castcall.wixsite.com/music

Angeline Venice Veroy (Angel)

Maestra Angeline started her musical journey by becoming a member of the Chadchai School marching band when she was 10 years old. When moving schools to further her studies at Sarasas Ektra School she began to sing and friends who listened to her suggested that she apply to become an Ektra Chorus Choir singer. That was the beginning of her happiness with music and the love for singing ever after.

In 2011 the choir master of Sarasas Ektra School proposed her to "The Bangkok Voices" as an alto singer. The move to pursue higher education caused her to be temporarily suspended from participation with the choir, due to the burden of studying, combined with inconvenient travel means at that time.

Angeline currently teaches at Chokchai School (Lat Phrao) and has realized her dreams of rejoining the "The Bangkok Voices" family again in 2018.