Mansoon Bow
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South East London
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Classical, Baroque, Romantic, 20th Century Classical, Contemporary Classical
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 Mansoon Bow is frequently in demand as both soloist and chamber music performer which has resulted in many prizes including at Osaka International competition, Classical competition and Soloist competition, Cavatina Competition and the David Martin/Florence Hooton concerto Prize.

Born in Japan of Korean origin, she began studying the violin at the age of three in her native city Osaka.

Mansoon studied violin with Richard Deakin and Mayumi Fujikawa at the Royal Academy of Music in London where she was awarded a scholarship to study for the Bachelor Degree in which she received the Poulett Award and the Bloch Award.   Later she was awarded full scholarships, including the Derek Butler Scholarship, the Bratton Scholarship and Leverhulme Scholarship for continuing her study on Masters Degree in which she received the Byram Jeejeebhoy Prize as well as the Silver Medal Prize, an award that is given to students who generated the most outstanding contribution through work and performance activities.

Lately Mansoon proceeded to further study on a Research Programme at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester to study on “Late Works of Robert Schumann”.

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-Bachelor of Music (Hons) Degree at the Royal Academy of Music
-Master of Music Degree
-Fellowship FMusTCL
-LRAM Teaching Certificate from Royal Academy of Music
-Doctoral Candidate

Reasons to study with me:

I have been teaching since 2003.
Activities related to Charity
Solo performing recitals
Chamber Music performings
Leading Orchestras
Organizing Concerts



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