Teowa was born in Haiphong North Vietnam. When only a small child Teowa and her family were lost at sea for three months after fleeing the war in Vietnam. Despite being attacked by pirates and falling overboard, Teowa survived. She grew up in Scotland where she became passionate about music and performance. She trained in Music at Dartington College of Arts, Goldsmith’s College, University of London and SOAS. Her violin credits include performing with Laurie Anderson’s Meltdown at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Steve Reich and the London Sinfonietta at the Purcell Room, and recording at Abbey Road Studios with Moby. KLF at the Barbican. As an inspirational violin teacher Teowa has developed her own teaching methodology, and was recently awarded a full Scholarship at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She strongly believes in helping children find and develop a passion for music. Through her charity, Sponsor A Violin, she ensures that her workshops are accessible to all. Teowa’s goal is to use music as a tool for peace building and social change within the community. Those who know her would agree that Teowa’s most notable feature is her laugh, which has been described as a cross between Basil Brush and a warthog on heat.
Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Romance