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Grace Mo


Grace Mo was born in Taiwan, raised in Canada, and now lives in London. She is an internationally acclaimed pianist in demand for her works both as a soloist and a chamber musician. She has studied at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Her teachers include Joan Havill and Robert Silverman. During her studies she won many prestigious awards and grants, notably the MBF's Myra Hess Award, Canada Council for the Arts Grant, and the British Columbia Arts Council's Art Grant. At the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Grace held the Leverhulme Chamber Music Fellowship, Postgraduate Piano Fellowship, and the Postgraduate Artist Diploma. 
 
As a prize winner of many international competitions, Grace has performed solo recitals at major concert venues such as the Barbican Music Hall, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, LSO St Lukes, St James Piccadilly, Princess Alexandra Hall, Royal Overseas League House, the Marinu Hall, the Mozarteum, and the Concertgebouw. She appears regularly at music festivals in the UK, and her career as a soloist has also taken her to perform in various countries in Europe including France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Andorra, Austria, Holland, Czech Republic, and Greece.
 
In addition to her solo career, Grace is an active chamber musician and frequently collaborates with renowned musicians of world-class orchestras such as the London Symphony Orchestra and the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra. Her outstanding chamber music work and musical interpretations recently won her the award title of Best Concertmaster at the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatoire in St Petersburg, Russia (2011).
 
She has received solo and chamber music coaching from eminent musicians such as Anton Kuerti, Paul Lewis, Martino Tirimo, Dominique Merlet, Gordon Nikolitch, and Anner Bylsma. Most recently she was invited to the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme in Aldeburgh to work with Mitsuko Uchida (2011). 
 
Besides performing, Grace is also a promoter of musical education through live performances. She has been invited to perform for the LSO Discovery projects presented by Rachel Leach, as well as various educational concerts in Amsterdam. 
 
"I love to teach because sharing music and passion is part of what it means to be a musician for me."