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Hilary Hahn is an American violinist that has become a highly compelling artist of our times. Renowned as America’s Best Young Classical musician, this Grammy winning artist has cemented herself as a heavy weight on the international concert circle. Her core interests in classical music took her as a four year old to Baltimore’s Peabody institute. From there this ten year old Lexington girl went to Curtis Institute of Music. Here she became the pupil of Jascha Brodsky. Brodsky’s formal training lasted for seven years that crafted Hahn as an instrumentalist with impeccable style and play. He left deep impressions of this master’s teachings that focused on various etudes including Paganini Caprices, Sevcik, Kreutzer, Rode and Gavinies. Hahn also accustomed herself to a number of violin concertos. Short Pieces and recital programs assisted and prepared her for live standings.

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During her course, Hilary Hahn outshined as a high achiever in terms of creativity, style and performance. Hence, was ordained to debut with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. This was the first major orchestra which became her stepping stone, and led her to many other orchestra performances, namely with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and the New York Philharmonic. Hahn also went beyond borders and experienced Orchestra in the heart of Europe. The Beethoven Concerto for Violin and Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Germany featured her first international debut in 1995. Here she starred with her mentor Lorin Maazel. From here onwards, Hahn never looked back. She debuted in New York as solo performer her most loved discipline. Philadelphia Orchestra, whom she had previously played for, also acknowledged her as a new celebrity in the making.

To improve and extend her hand beyond classical music, he coached violin and also studied chamber music with big names of classical music. Undergoing rigorous training she gained confidence, Hilary Hahn officially graduated from Curtis with major in music. Her next agenda was to gain real world experience. She wanted to make it to world’s greatest orchestras and hit live instrumental circuits. So, Sony Music umbrella opened up for Hilary Hahn. She recorded five recordings over a period of six years delivering her inspirations from mentors David Zinman and Lorin Maazel to everything experienced as music in her life.

Her studio releases began with Hilary Hahn plays Bach (1997) that inspired her to move into the concerto mode and perform the Beethoven Violin Concerto/Bernstein Serenade in 1999. In years 2000-2002 Hahn came to a series of concertos Barber & Meyer Violin , Brahms & Stravinsky Violin and Mendelssohn & Shostakovich Concertos. All three established Hilary Hahn as a name as a key instrumentalist that steals the show every time. Bach Concertos (2003) recoded with LA’s Chamber Orchestra deliver a different flavor altogether. Hence her versatility offered variety that was missing from the orchestra for a long time.

Mozart: Violin Sonatas K. 301, 304, 376 & 526 (2005) became an instant chart topper that is known for her most powerful violin play. Paganini: Violin Concerto No. 1 / Spohr: Violin Concerto No. 8 – Gesangsszene (2006) featured Hilary Hahn with the Swedish Radio Orchestra. The performance remains an unofficial declaration her best performance with an orchestra. Schoenberg: Violin Concerto; Sibelius: Violin Concerto (2008), became a season of celebration that was actually captured by Hilary Hahn play. Bach: Violin & Voice (2010) became a true manifestation of her love and flair for Bach. She plays it as her favorite and has promoted Bach through this album on media. The strength of her Bach performance took the album to number one positions on the Billboard classical albums and song charts. Hahn’s album, Higdon & Tchaikovsky Violin Concertos (2010) features credits of Tchaikovsky and Jennifer Higdon and voices of singers Matthias Goerne and Christine Schaefer .

London, New York Philharmonic, Stuttgart radio, the Singapore and Chicago Symphony Orchestra all played with her individually on different occasions. These performances called for tours to visit places and venues without local orchestra. Hahn decided to deviate from her normal stance and decided to experiment. She used her exposure of various music genres and collaborated with country folk star Josh Ritter. The tour was all about classical solo violin instrumentals as pieces or collaborations that left audiences applauding and asking for more. Skaneateles Chamber Music Festival New York and Marlboro Music Festival in Vermon saw her in a different mode of music, Chamber that she had learnt formally. For those who have wanted to see this amazing star perform Hilary HahnTickets provide an opportunity to envisage a truly amazing Hilary Hahn playing the violin in her true color and spirit.


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