Sirintip holds a Bachelor Degree from the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and Master Degree from Manhattan School of Music where she studied under Gretchen Parlato, Theo Bleckmann, Dave Liebman and Jim McNeely. Outside of her own album, Sirintip has recorded with Snarky Puppy’s Bill Laurance, competed as a semi-finalist in the prestigious Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition, performed with Benny Andersson from ABBA at the Guggenheim, opened at the Polar Music Prize to honor jazz great Wayne Shorter, performed for the King of Sweden and Thailand, composed musical interpretations of the Nobel Prize nominations for an exhibition at the Nobel Museum and toured with Snarky Puppy.
As an active clinician and educator, Sirintip has lead masterclasses at colleges such as Berklee College of Music, Florida International University, University of Miami, Wesleyan University, Frostburg State University, Mahidol University (Thailand), and Royal College of Music (Sweden) besides teaching private and band lessons. Her philosophy is to create an environment where students are encouraged to dig into their personal authenticity while making sure that they learn the necessary tools to execute the fundamentals. Sirintip also values the importance of having fun while learning. “Music is meant to be played. No matter how old you get, you cannot ever forget to have fun!”
For her private studio, Sirintip specializes in contemporary voice, songwriting, jazz, artistic development, pedal effects and looping. She is a sought-after pedagogue, and clinician for students, practitioners and institutions involved in all aspects and levels of popular music education and songwriting.
Following a brief solo or band performance, Sirintip can host a masterclass/workshop discussing the following topics:
Artistic Development - Sharpen the tools to develop a conscious and individual sound. Exploring ideas to help craft an artistic purpose both as a performer, composer and arranger.
Vocal Improvisation - practical exercises to strengthen your artistic language in jazz and beyond
Electronics - Tips for using electronics as an extension of your voice
Making an Album - From starting your writing process, to recording and working with a producer + record label. (Here I can also share my experience working with Michael and GroundUP specifically)
Women in Music - Tools & insights in being a female artist, composer & bandleader
Depending on if you want to develop your vocal technique, grow your knowledge about vocal jazz, develop your songwriting/arranging or level up your looping game, I’m happy to help guide you on the way and share the tools necessary to realize your goals. I love to nerd out about technique and theory but I’m also an advocate for focusing on the physical and psychological layers to access the X factor that makes you you!
Lessons are tailored to the individual needs and desires of each person.
Want to schedule a private lesson? Check my schedule below and reserve your slot now!