Nutthaporn Thammathi


Nutthaporn was born on July 14th, 1988. He was considered to be a Scholarship Student from Mahidol University, Thailand to study at Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria with Univ.Prof. Mario Antonio Diaz Varas.

In October 2010, Nutthaporn had a concert with friends in Fukuoka, Japan which organized and accompanied by Yoshimi Sato. Nutthaporn also won the First Prize in Voice, University Category in the 11th Osaka International Music Competition, Osaka, Japan in October 2010. In November 2010, he performed as Camille in Franz Lehár famous opera "Die lustige Witwe" at College of Music, Mahidol University, Thailand.

In October 2011 until June 2011, Nutthaporn had finished the Scholarship to study Opera Singing at Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austra with Univ.Prof. Mario Antonio Diaz Varas under Thai- Austrian Student Scholarships of ASEAN-UNINET. In June 2013, Nutthapon performed his debut as Rodolfo in Puccini’s famous opera, La Bohème. He has been invited to sing with Oper im Berg Festival (under the patronage of Grace Bumbry) in many concerts in Austria and Germany including the concert with Grace Bumbry in November, 2013.

Only during last years Nutthaporn Thammathi has conquered the most freakish public in Freiburg, Budapest, Salzburg and Karlsruhe. In 2015, Nutthaporn Thammathi was in quartet-final Operalia 2015, a famous international competition for opera singers which is organized by Placido Domingo. In March 2019, Nutthaporn performed main part as an invited soloist in Richard Wagner’s opera “Lohengrin” on the stage of Lviv National Opera.


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