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Profile: Racquel Borromeo

Raquel Borromeo is a graduate of Manhattan School of Music. Racquel started formal piano lessons at the age of 10 in the Philippines. The Philippine Government accepted her to be a Scholar of the Philippines a year after. Her piano career has taken her to compete and perform across Asia, Europe and the United States in various National/International piano competitions. She continues to be one of the highest ranked performers, winning consistently "First" and "Second" places in piano competitions. She has been a multiple “International First Place Winner” in the Rocky Mountain International Duo Competition and performed on the International Awards Concert in Colorado. She has also been a multiple “First Place Winner” in the United States International Duo Competition where she also was a guest artist on the International Awards Concert. She has received numerous First Place, Second Place and Third Place International Awards at the U.S. Open Music Competition. She has been awarded “First Place National Winner” for the Prodigy Division of the DeBose National Piano Competition for 2 consecutive years, “Second Place” the year prior. Racquel has competed in the International Polish Embassy Competition and was awarded “Fourth Place” and made her Steinway Hall performance that summer. Racquel was 1 of 50 pianists chosen to study at the International Institute of Young Musicians and in the summer of 2002 was personally invited to be a guest artist with the University of Puget Sound Orchestra where she performed Albeniz’ Spanish Rhapsody. Racquel was accepted to compete in the IBLA International Competition in Italy where she was awarded the title of “Most Accomplished Musician” in both her duo and solo program. The Duo was one of eight performances on the final International Awards Concert the last evening of the competition. She had been personally invited to perform in Switzerland and Moscow. She received a personal invitation to study with Prof. Victor Bunin at the Moscow Conservatory in Russia. Racquel currently resides in New York City where she continues to perform and teach music. She has served as a Teaching Artist with Education Through Music (ETM) since 2006 that brings a music program to inner-city schools around New York City. She currently teaches in P.S. 121 and Blessed Sacrament and has also taught in P.S. 155, P.S. 34, Children’s Storefront, Bronx School of Music, and St. Brendan’s School of Music.She has a growing private studio of her own and hopes to bring music to as many hearts possible.