With her poetic style and dazzling technique, Song has established herself as a rising star among the new generation of violinists. After winning the Japan Competition as a child and the ‘Judges Award for Excellence' at the Japanese Violin Competition just two years later, she went on to study at the Royal Academy of Music in London where she graduated in 2007.
Song made her solo debut in Japan in 2005 and was subsequently invited to perform at the ‘Cante Sonude’ in Tokyo that same year. In 2006 she was invited to England’s Bookham Festival, where she performed both as a soloist and with her piano trio. Since then, she has worked with many prominent musicians and conductors, such as Sir Colin Davis, Yan Pascal Tortelier, Edward Gardner, Hugh Wolff and she has also worked closely with Josef Seiger, Michael Dussek and Kazuki Sawa. In 2007, Song performed for the re-opening of The Royal Festival Hall.
Song has been involved in regular commercial session works, including recordings at Abbey Road Studios, recording for Trish Clowes, performing on live TV in UK with Siren, performing the premier of Lionel Rogg’s String Quartet along-side Rick Wakeman, recording for Thomas Spencer Wortley’s first album ‘Believe’, and has worked with All Angels, Siren and Asteria. She has performed in countries all over the world including Dubai, India, Norway, Italy, Spain, France and the USA. She also performed solo recitals with acclaimed pianist Julie Coucheron, tackling the very best of violin and piano repertoire. Besides this, Song has worked across the UK with her string quartet.
Since her return to Japan in 2012, she has been performing electric violin in a high impact show which incorporates choreography to both public and private audiences. Her electric quartet group STORM made a debut in 2013 with a sold out show.
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