Kitti Kuremanee

From Wind Repertory Project
Kitti Kuremanee


Kitti Kuremanee (b. 1978, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand) is a Thai composer.

Kuremanee began his music education at the age of six at Montfort College in Chiang Mai, Thailand. At the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts in Chulalongkorn University, he studied French horn performance and majored in composition until his graduation in 2005. From 2010 to 2011, he did his post-graduate degree in education in classical contemporary composition at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp in Belgium.

From 2006 to the present, Kitti has served as a full time lecturer at the Department of Western Music faculty of Humanities Kasetsart University. He is a part-time lecturer at Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Music Business Assumption University, Faculty of Fine Arts Srinagarindharawirot University, teaching Music theory, Tonal harmony, Film music composition, Orchestration, Technology in Music

Kitti’s works for wind and percussion have been performed by bands from Asia, North America and Europe. He has also become well known for his film music, winning him many accolades and awards including a best composer nomination for Love of Siam at the Asian International Film Awards in Hong Kong, China in 2008.

Works for Winds


  • The New Edmonton Wind Sinfonia concert program, 16 July 2015 – WASBE San Jose