Pam Kijoran

Pam Kijoran


Pam Kijoran was born in December 2003. She lives in Bangkok, Thailand.
Pam began studying the piano at the age of four, and currently is studying under the tutelage of Ms. Irina Novikova. She recently earned a distinction (highest score) for the ATCL Performance Recital for Piano from the Trinity College, London 2016.

Pam has won many competitions both in Thailand and internationally. She has been awarded the 1st prize at many competitions: American Protégé 10 years Anniversary Competition 2017; Singapore Asia Youth Piano Competition 2017- also Outstanding award, Golden Key Music Festival 2017; Chiang Mai Ginastera International Music Festival and Competition 2016; Thailand Steinway Youth Piano Competition 2016; Hong Kong Music Competition for Young Pianists, Junior Category 2015; The 8th Yokohama International Music Competition 2014; Spivakov International Festival 2014; The 16thSettrade Music Competition 2014 (Thailand); The 14th Osaka International Music Competition 2013; The Seattle International Piano competition; The 1st Kawai Singapore Piano Competition 2013; The American Association for Development of the Gifted and Talented –highest score; The 2nd Siam International Piano Competition 2012- also special prize for Baroque and Sonatina award). She was awarded the 2nd prize at Hong Kong Music Competition for Young Pianists, Diploma Category 2015, the Young Pianists Technique Competition 2012.

Pam has performed in many countries. She performed in the winner concerts in the Stern Auditorium Perelman Stage and Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall (New York), Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall in Benaroya Hall (Seattle), MediaCorp TV Theatre (Singapore), Multimedia Art Museum (Moscow), and Central Music School (College) of Moscow State P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory’s halls, amongst others.  Pam has also performed in many charity concerts and has had an opportunity to perform in front of the Princess of Thailand HRH Princess Soamsawali.
Pam has attended master classes with many renowned professors from England, Poland, USA, Russia, and Montenegro.
Pam is currently a music scholar at Shrewsbury International School.


Since she started her piano class with me at the age of six, Pam Kijoran has grown marvelously as a pianist and a musician. Pleasant, diligent but highly competitive and excellent pianist, Pam has always mastered any pieces she would play and made them her own
Ms. Irina Novikova, Head of Keyboard, Shrewsbury International School Thailand

Pam is a truly gifted young lady and plays with a wonderful fluency and passion, whilst being supremely technically competent too…
Chris Craker, Record Producer and former Senior Vice President of Sony Music

I witnessed the very refined, colourful and beautiful piano playing of Pam Kijoran when she won the Thailand Youth Steinway Competition in 2016. Despite her young age she already shows strong personality that entitles her to future artistic success“.
Ms. Sonia Achkar (Piano Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart (Germany)

Pam Kijoran’s musicianship and understanding of the pieces she plays is very mature for her age. A very capable young pianist, Pam often exceeds in all expectations“.
Elena Alexandrova, PhD in Education, The Honourable award of Moscow for Promoting Culture and Education