Pattharaporn Rachadej is a Thai saxophone teacher based in Bangkok, Thailand. She studied saxophone at Kasetsart University with Assistant Professor Pathorn Srikaranonda and Nattaon Laohawongpianput.

Since 2011, she has performed in many wind ensembles in Bangkok and joined in numerous band competitions in Thailand. She plays in the Kasetsart Wind Symphony and Nontri Orchestra Wind, under the baton of Ajarn Surapol Thanyawibool and Dr. Nipadth Kanchanahuta.

Pattharaporn is also member of the Bangkok Wind Orchestra.

Pattharaporn has become an active figure in chamber music and saxophone quartet performances. She is the founder of the SASSY SAX GIRLS QUARTET which became famous from the TV show music contest in 2013, the Band Thailand.

The quartet was also a semi-finalist in Ensemble Competition Category in Singapore Woodwind Festival 2014. She has performed in various small ensembles, mostly as a soprano and alto saxophone player.

As saxophone student, Pattharaporn has attended Asia Pacific Saxophone Academy since 2011 and continued every year working closely with organizing committee. She has started working as intern-coordinator since 2016. Pattharaporn has studied with many renowned saxophone players and artists throughout these years.

Currently, Pattharaporn teaches at Bangkok Christian College in the primary school band program, and is a freelance music instructor for high school bands.