- 1982 born in Bangkok
- 1992, first studied music as supported by his mother
- 1995, first listened to classical music as introduced by his uncle, first attend classical concert during these year.
- 1996/7, first time self studying orchestration, form and analysis
- 1998, first introduced to contemporary classical music by Dr.Chetana Nagawajara and Mr.Bovornpong Supasophon
- 1998, began apprenticeship in the music career as copyist of Bangkok Symphony Orchestra
- 1998, first experiment in contemporary musical techniques as inspired by the book "The New Music Since 1945 by Reginald Smith Brindle" e.g. graphic notation, twelve tones technique
- 2000, first studied composition with Prof.Narongrit dhamabutra in Chulalongkorn University who ensure him that to breakthrough the traditional forms and harmony rules is not wrong.
- 2001, first studied composition with his long time teacher, Prof.Weerachat Premananda who first told him to think big after seeing the score of his first orchestral piece "Chromosphere for 65 musicians"
- 2002, the first orchestral piece "Chromosphere was selected as the first prize winner of the 23rd Irino Prize for Orchestra in Japan (Judge Joji Yuasa, Satoshi Tanaka, etc.)
- 2003, received the grant from Luang Sukhum Naiyapradith foundation to participate the Asian Composer League's festival in Japan, at that time his "Lithos" for 16 musicians was performed by Ensemble Kochi
- 2004, participated in the Stockhausen composition course in Kürten,Germany with Stockhausen himself under the support by Fund for classical music promotion under patronage Princess Galyanivadhana of Thailand
- 2004, his Whitenoise:Sine waves for 78 musicians was selected as a finalist in the first Young Thai Artist Awards and the piece was played by Mahidol University Orchestra
- 2005, the piece "Time: Space:Colours II" for 27 musicians was selected as a finalist composition in the Young Thai Artist award.
- 2006, the piece "Eine lange Stimme" for 6 musicians won the first prize of the Young Thai Artist Award.
- 2006, the piece "Farbentraum" for solo tenor saxophone was selected as a finalist in the Thailand International Composition Competition for Saxophone as only one composer from Thailand. The composition was performed by Shyen Lee
- In 2007 masterclass with Sidney Corbett in Korea as funded by TIMF academy. at that time his 'quartet I" was performed again in Korea by TIMF ensemble
- 2014, his "Waves" was conducted by Peter Veale and played by Princess Galyanivadhana Youth Orchestra
- In 2014, his composition “Awakening/Serenity” has been selected by Peter Eötvös as a finalist in the 2014 Takemitsu award in Japan. The piece was performed by Tokyo Philharmonic under the baton of Yoichi Sugiyama
- in 2015 The composition "Pulse II" for saxophone quartet won the first prize in the Asia Pacific Composition Competition led to the premiere by Amigo saxophone quartet in Singapore.
- 2016 selected as a resident composer by Peter Eötvös from august to december in the Herrenhaun Edenkoben, Germany
His compositions have been performed in the ACL Asian Music Festival, World New Music festival Thailand, ISCM music day, Music Festival Phnom penh, Yogyakarta music festival
From 2000 to present, Siraseth's compositions have been performed by various groups of musicians e.g. New Japan Philharmonic, Tokyo Philharmonic, Orchestra Internazionale d’Italia,Bangkok symphony orchestra, Ensemble Kochi, Ensemble TIMF, Luxembourg Sinfonietta, and many more players . In many countries in Asia, Europe and America.