Smart Student
Supissara Jiraprayoolert
 “If you have something in your mind and want it to be fulfilled, you should have a clear aim and not give up.You have to practice hard and most of all you should know how to manage your time efficiently and effectively.”




Supissara or Nong Klow started playing the electone since she was a little girl. Her inspiration was her father who played various kinds of musical instruments. Practice makes perfect; so her parents have been highly supportive and have encouraged her to build self-discipline towards managing time for her practice sessions.

Status
Nong Klow, Mattayom 4  student in EFF program, has attended Thewphaingarm School since 2004.

Inspiration
Playing the electone has become her passion since childhood because her father is a talented electonist and she has admired this interesting and  distinct instrument so much that she asked her father if she could play it.



Support

Without her parents’ regular support, she wouldn’t have been as talented.

Her Pride
She has won the Yamaha Golden  Prize on Electone Solo from Yamaha Thailand Music Festival organized by Siam Kollakan Music School, Yamaha Music Institute for 3 years continuously from 2010 onwards.

Goals and Expectations
She has a dream on being a world famous musician and wishes to have an opportunity to travel around the world to present her talent as a Thai musician.




Making the Dream Come True

She has spent all her spare time after school and during weekends playing the electone at home and at school. She has utilized the ICT skills which she has learnt from Thewphaingarm School to search for musical trends and techniques of electone playing from the internet. When asked whether she has a suggestion for others who would like to be successful in what they do, she says “If you have something in your mind and want it to be fulfilled, you should have a clear aim and not give up.You have to practice hard and most of all you should know how to manage your time efficiently and effectively.”