Dolhathai “Kloy” Intawong received a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the College of Music at Mahidol University. As Thailand’s representative, she participated in the Choir Olympics at the 4th World Choir Games 2006 in Xiamen, China, the 5th World Choir Games 2008 in Graz, Austria, and the 7th World Choir Games 2012 in Cincinnati, USA. Kloy completed her master degree in Choral Conducting at Shanghai Conservatory of Music where she studied under Maestro Cao Tong Yi.
She is a Choral Conducting graduate student at the University of Northern Colorado. Kloy has, since completing the first year of her doctoral studies, served as graduate assistant/TA for the UNC Chamber Choir and Concert Choir, as well as conductor of the University Singers. Additionally, she has served our UNC opera department in the capacity of chorusmaster. Named recently by faculty as Outstanding Graduate Student, She received award in the conducting area.
More recently, she was honored being invited to Thailand to serve as choirmaster for the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra under the Royal Patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana. Currently, Kloy is conducting student of Dr. Jill Burgett, and also studies with Dr. Galen Darrough and Dr. Russell Guyver, University of Northern Colorado.