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Yasmin Rowe, Pianist


As a British concert pianist, Yasmin began her studies on the piano with her mother at the age of four and won her first major prize at the age of ten, where she was presented with the title of Arun Young Musician of the Year.

Yasmin won the EPTA UK competition and the Moray International Piano Competition followed shortly by the First Prize at the Sevenoaks Young Musician of the Year Competition; resulting in numerous Concerto performances around the UK.

Yasmin enjoys an extensive touring record expanding Europe, Australasia, North and South Americas. She regularly performs around the UK at world-class venues such as the Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, Steinway Hall, St Martin-in-the-fields and St James Piccadilly.

In 2006 she was invited to perform at St James’ Palace for an exclusive function where she was presented to HRH Princess Anne.

Yasmin was the winner of the Maisie Lewis Award from the Worshipful Company of Musicians, the Peter Donohoe piano award and she was recently presented with the ‘Making Music Young Concert Artists’ Award for a two-year contract performing recitals and concertos around the UK.

Having graduated recently from the RNCM with first class honours, she is now pursuing an M.Mus in Solo Performance while balancing her flourishing performing career. Her engagements in 2012 include the Purcell Room, recital in the Pump Room - Bath, Duo recitals in Edinburgh and St Martin-in-the-fields with Y-Squared.

She acknowledges the generous support from the Ian Fleming Postgraduate performing Award. Her studies are kindly supported by Stan & Diane O’Brien and the Eric & Margaret Kinder Charitable Trust.

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