Kate Randall BMus
Kate Randall began her musical journey at the age of 5. After achieving a distinction for Grade 8 violin when she was 14, Kate went on to further her musical studies at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester. Upon completion of her A-levels, Kate returned to her home city where she obtained her music degree from the University of Cape Town. While at university Kate won a number of awards including the annual Musikanti Chamber Award four times. She also won a bursary from the Cape Performing Arts Board through a competition process.
Kate has had a varied musical career working in orchestras, shows, bands, chamber ensembles and as a session violinist on rock, pop and jazz albums. A career highlight was meeting and performing for Nelson Mandela when he was president of South Africa.
Kate also teaches violin at two independent schools and at her home. She endeavours to make learning the violin enjoyable while emphasising a strong technique. Her pupils have a 100% success rate for ABRSM exams with many achieving distinctions and some gaining music scholarships.
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