Steinway Artist, Poom Prommachart, born in Bangkok, Thailand and resides in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

He is currently a Program Leader for BA (Hons) in Music Performance at Department of Film and Performing Arts, Sunway University and an Elite Fellow of University Malaya’s Music Faculty.

He is also an Artistic Director of the Steinway Youth Piano Competition in Thailand. 

Just recently in May 2023, he was awarded the Best Solo Performance Instrumental – Music by the BOH Cameronian 18th Arts Awards.

In 2022, Poom received the ‘Rector’s List of Honour for the Most Exceptional Graduates’ from the University of Montreal’s Doctor of Music programme. He received his Bachelor of Music degree, Master of Music degree, and Artist Diploma at the Royal College of Music in London (RCM) in 2014 on a scholarship sponsored by H.R.H Princess Galyani Vadhana of Thailand and RCM’s Steinway Scholarship. He obtained the most coveted Tagore Gold Medal during his time in London, which was handed to him by King Chalres III of United Kingdom. Subsequently, he has also studied at the Moscow Conservatory in Russia. His mentors have included, Dang Thai Son, Dina Parakhina, Vladimir Tropp, Eliso Virsalade and Jean Saulnier.

After his performance of Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in G Minor with the London Musician Symphony Orchestra in 2010, he was applauded by critics who referred to him as “a youthful Ashkenazy” in “Seen and Heard UK Concert Review”. Furthermore,in 2023, the Pianomania praised his performance of Chopin’s 24 Preludes Op. 28, “No performance of the Chopin Preludes has captivated as much as this since the late-lamented Fou Tsong’s in the same hall in 1993, some thirty years ago..(Poom) made the audience listen to Chopin with new pairs ofears”.

Poom’s international performing career began in 2010, when he won the gold medal in Serbia’s Fifth Isidor Bajic International Piano Competition. Since then, he has won many prizes and performed with notable orchestras he has recently worked with include Montevideo Philharmonic Orchestra, London Musician Symphony Orchestra, Timisoara Philharmonic Orchestra of România, National Symphony Orchestra of Serbia and Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. 

 In 2020, Poom won first the grand prize at the Orford Music Award, Canada.