Bosba PANH


My name is Bosba and I'm a composer!  I started music when I was 5, with classical guitar and by singing folk songs and traditional mohori songs. In 2011, I performed at Angkor Wat, Unesco World Heritage site. At age 15, I left Cambodia for an arts boarding school the United States, the Walnut Hill School for the Arts in Natick, MA, to  study classical western music and voice  with a scholarship. I am now pursuing my Bachelors at the New England Conservatory of Music (Boston, class of 2019), one of the top music schools in North America. I currently study with Michael Gandolfi and Ken Schaphorst. 

I am inspired by music from South-East Asia, jazz and late 19th to 20th century music ( pretty much anything from Debussy, Ravel, to Bernstein and Philip Glass). My music is very lyrical because I grew up as a singer and I blend music from Cambodia with influences from Western Music and jazz. My latest compositions can be found in the Music section of this blog or my soundcloud at







my latest piece " Minuit "