based: Cape Town 

Kirsty Bows, the electric violinist with the glove, delivers fashionable performances of the best music hits for any stage. She steals the show with her outfits, movement, and her infectious energy. She is an audiovision, and specialises in delivering iconic musical experience to the world.

Kirsty has been the performer of significant events in her career. She has been selected as the Business in Arts South Africa organisation’s 26th Awards Campaign’s featured artist for 2023, selected as the feature music artist for Rotary International’s South African leg of Champions for Inclusion production in 2023, opened for the world wonder Table Mountain’s “Views” restaurant, performing at Siya Kolisi’s Kolisi Foundation opening, sharing the physical and virtual stages with reputable South African artists such as Jimmy Nevis, Msaki and Craig Lucas, and Abu Dhabi Airport opening to Forbes Women Africa Conference with Red Cello Productions. Kirsty is the first violinist to perform at the Cape Town Pride parade (2023). She made the iconic opening for Jacques La Grange’s AW2023 fashion show. She is featured in the Sony Alpha Cinema Launch campaign alongside Stacey Lee May, South Africa’s first female stunt spinner (2022). She is an ambassador to Palladium Hair Company, South Africa’s leading hair styling company, responsible for maintaining her signature bob hairstyle. Kirsty has also been selected by The Fix SA fashion brand as a fashion sponsor (2023). Kirsty is also a proud member of the Golden Key society.

Kirsty has also joined forces with Darren Petersen, SA’s premier drummer, to create their viral version of Still DRE mashed up with Family Affair by Mary J Blige.