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Marie-Louise Bowe

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Posted: 102 months ago

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I'm a Doctoral Student in Music and Music Education at Teachers College, Columbia from Ireland. A first class graduate of Trinity College, Dublin (B.A. in Music and Irish,Gaelic) and University College, Dublin (M.A. in Arts Management and Cultural Policy), I play the piano, viola,violin (including traditional Irish Fiddle), I hold teachers' diplomas (both viola and piano; L.R.I.A.M.) from the Royal Irish Academy of Music where I was a student for over 18 years. I also have a diploma in traditional Irish Music (T.T.C.T.). I'm on study leave from Belvedere College, Dublin (where I set up a wind band program) and from the National College of Ireland,Maynooth (where I taught music methodologies to post graduate students). My research interests include instrumental instruction and teacher training under the supervision of Dr. Allsup and Dr. Abeles. An All-Ireland Fleadh Ceoil winner, I'm a traditional fiddle player performing at all the major International folk festivals for over a decade. In June, 2004, whilst working as Music Director for the Centenary Bloomsday on Broadway 12 hour marathon performance at Symphony Space in New York City, I was invited by Manhattan Comhaltas (Irish Music Organization) to perform at various venues throughout Manhattan. I continue to perform regularly around the city and continue to produce concerts fusing the classical and traditional Irish genres. I perform regularly with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra and the National Symphony Orchestra in Ireland and have toured extensively throughout Europe and the United States. My T.V. appearances include the M.T.V. Awards and Ireland’s Meteor Awards. I have performed and recorded with artists such as Pavarotti, José Carreras, Cliff Richard, The Corrs, Katherine Jenkins, Sean Combs (Puff Daddy), Enrique Englesias, Westlife, Rónan Keating, Katie Melua, Eimear Quinn, Frankie Gavin, Colm Wilkinson, Mícheál O Súilleabháin and Josh Groban.

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