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Katie Cowling

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Recorder and dulcian player based in the South West. Masters Graduate from the Royal College of Music. Happy to travel for work.

Upon graduating from the Royal College of Music, London in 2017, Katie Cowling was awarded the prestigious Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother Rose Bowl, presented by HRH Prince Charles; the first recorder player ever to receive this accolade. Specialising in recorder, Baroque oboe and the dulcian, Katie studied with Professor Ashley Solomon, Julien Feltrin and María Martínez Ayerza, Gail Hennessy, and Wouter Verschuren. Whilst studying a Master’s, she was proud to be the Fenella and Harry Hope Memorial Scholar supported by an HSH Dr Prince Donatus von Hohenzollern award, as well as being supported by the Worshipful Company of Musicians and a Help Musicians UK Postgraduate Award. Katie has become a regular on the early music scene performing throughout the UK and Europe, both as a soloist and with various ensembles including The City Musick, Devon Baroque and as a founder of Baroque group, Convivio. Performance highlights include Marcello’s Concerto in D minor on a tour through the Bolivian jungle, the British semi-staged premier of Rameau’s Les Fetes de Hebe in London and the Opera Bastille, Paris, and a 3-month worldwide tour performing in theatres throughout China, Taiwan, Singapore and Russia, with the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Since co-founding BLOCK4 in 2012, Katie was thrilled to be a member of the first recorder quartet to win the Royal Overseas League Ensemble Competition in its 65-year history, as well as the first recorders to win the Chincoteague Chamber Music Competition in 2016 in the USA. Katie is looking forward to a busy performing schedule in 2019, including solo recitals at St. John Smith’s Square, St. Martin in the Fields and Handel House.

Performance details
I can perform outdoors
I have a car I can use to travel to gigs
Musicianship
Genres:
Christmas, Traditional church music, Baroque, Early music, Contemporary classical, Medieval music, Renaissance, Traditional English folk, Avant garde, Easy listening, Light music, Experimental, French music, German music, Italian music, Spanish music
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Event types:
Concert, Wedding, Wedding proposal, Funeral / Memorial service, Church service, Bar / Club / Venue event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Recording session, Christmas party
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Other skills:
Instrumental teaching, Theory teaching
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