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Kathleen Parlow, violinist and teacher (1890-1963)

"World's greatest woman violinist"

Kathleen Parlow, circa 1905

Virtuoso violinist Kathleen Parlow was, in her day, ranked among the best violinists in the world and reached prominence as one of a mere handful of musicians who represented Canada on the stages of the world. "The lady of the golden bow" was famed as a child prodigy for an unassailable technique. She went on to an international career as a concert soloist, universally respected for her artistry, and later became a revered chamber musician and violin teacher.

Kathleen Parlow - Childhood and Education
Kathleen Parlow - Early Career and Concert Tours
Kathleen Parlow - Teaching and Chamber Music
Kathleen Parlow - The Parlow String Quartet
Kathleen Parlow - References

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