Phuket girl 2nd in national singing competition
PHUKET: It is not just Star 8’s ‘Dome’ hard at work to raise the profile of locally-grown Phuket talent.
Monday 14 May 2012, 12:23PM
Nutchai Phaisamran, a 7-year-old primary school student at HeadStart International School, recently won 2nd place at the Yamaha Thailand Music Festival’s singing and dancing competition in Bangkok.
Nutcha’s sweet rendition of The Rainbow Coloured Song earned her the second place in the Singing for Kids competition held at the Aksara King Power Theatre in Bangkok on May 2.
She has been interested in music for almost as long as she has been able to walk. She started playing the piano at 3-years-old and is currently at the highest piano grade level of 8. She also plays plays the violin and loves singing and dancing.
Despite her talents for everything musical, her real passion lies in drawing and painting, with art being Nutcha’s favourite subject at school. Perhaps it will not be too long until we see little Nutcha featured in the Phuket News’ Arts pages.