Mr. Skow has just been invited to perform for The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, and wife, The Danish Royal Family, The Prime Minister, Danish Parliament and EU's Commissioner for Competition during the President's Official State Visit. 

TV2 Good Morning Denmark and newspapers Berlingske and Børsen have described him as "A leading violinist", “A born soloist” and "deserved winner". Prof. of Violin at Oberlin has described him as "one of the most prominent violin virtuosoes in Scandinavia”.

At age 5 he gave his first solo performance in Tivoli Concert Hall. From age 10 he has performed live on Danish Radio and TV.

At age 14 he made his debut with CPH Phil and won all prizes in The Jacob Gade Competition. He has won all prizes in the Danish Violin Competition for violinists under 30-at age 16.

He has performed for dignitaries as H.M. Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, Prince Henrik, Prince Frederik, Princess Mary, Prince Joachim, Princess Marie, Princess Benedikte, The Danish Prime Minister, the former Danish Prime Minister, the Norwegian Prime Ministers, Princess Bernadotte of Sweden, The Duke of Beaufort in UK, EU's Commisioner for Competition and Sheikha Al Maskari in Abu Dhabi. E.g. at the funeral of late H.R.H. Prince Henrik in the Parliament's Church, at the birthday celebration of H.M. Queen Margrethe at Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi and during the State Visit of President Macron in the Royal Danish Playhouse.

He has performed for Fortune 500 companies and C-suites,
at venues such as The Paris Opera, Badminton House in the UK, Grieghallen in Norway, The Royal Opera House and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark, Palais La Mamounia in Marrakech and Kulas Recital Hall in the US,
at festivals such as Cph Jazz, Tivoli, Bergen and Bowdoin Int. Music Festivals, 
with artists such as Piano Prof. H. Gimse, La Scala singer M. Eriksmoen, Deutsche Grammaphon artist F. Tristano and Grammy-nominee Lukas Graham.

He has been invited to teach master classes and record at Oberlin, US oldest conservatory awarded by President Obama. He has appeared on Scandinavia's larger TV, radio and print media.

Mr. Skow holds an Advanced Post Graduate Degree in Music and a Master of Law. He has studied under Prof. Vitek, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Prof. Kuschnir and Prof. Schulz, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien and Prof. Azzizian, The Royal Danish Academy of Music. In addition he has attended 11 summer schools in USA, Denmark, Austria and Czech Republic, and studied privately, hereunder at Universität Mozarteum Salzburg and Bowdoin International Music Festival and with Glenn Dicterow and assistant Lisa Kim, Prof. at Juilliard School of Music and Concert Master of New York Philharmonic.

Mr. Skow has received awards such as the Nordea Bank, Veuve Clicqout, Jacob Gade, Børge Schrøder, Elli Christensen and Victor Borge Prizes.

He has served as judge in global start up competition together w. Malaysia's General Secretary of Treasury. He has performed an Amati from 1671, the "ex-Grumiax" Vuillaume and the "Kreutzer" Stradivarius.