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Beatrice Low


Beatrice Low is a freshman at Greenwich Academy. She began her violin studies at the age of three and piano studies at the age of four.  She is an active performer who has played at major concert halls including both Lincoln Center as well as Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. She has won numerous local, state, and international awards, and her recent awards include being the Grand Prix Winner of the Concerto Competition, and the first prize winner in American Protégé. She also led her quartet to win the silver winner at the National Young Artists Chamber Music and Ensemble Competition and was invited to perform at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall. Beatrice has also been a member of the Norwalk Youth Symphony since the age of 6 and was appointed concertmaster or assistant concertmaster in the Prelude, Philharmonic, and Concert Orchestra levels. Additionally, Beatrice received First Class Honors in Violin Performance Level 10 and First Class Honors in Piano Performance Level 8 from the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) before deciding to concentrate on her violin studies. Beatrice recently founded Beatastic: a non-profit organization that offers high-quality music classes and programs in order to inspire students to pursue and advance their interests in music. Her other hobbies include basketball, chess, and robotics.

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