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Harikoa Bronsdaughter-George (Kāi Tahu, Ngāti Porou) is a New Zealand born violinist from a family of musicians who play many different instruments in a diverse range of genres with a high Suzuki method focus. Her Suzuki violin education began at age 4, which culminated in a Bachelor of Music with 2nd Class Honours in Violin Performance from the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Harikoa has since sung in a jazz duo, performed indigenous dance and singing in Te Kotahitanga kapa haka group, played violin and/or viola in the Christchurch Youth Orchestra, Christchurch Symphony Orchestra and Vancouver Philharmonic and is currently hiding in the viola section of Orchestra Toronto.

In Harikoa's spare time she likes to sing, play whatever instrument is nearest to her, and try her hand at the odd boardgame or video game.

Harikoa Bronsdaughter-George

Harikoa Bronsdaughter-George


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