Hilary Hahn And The Loudoun Symphony American violinist hilary hahn, though just 19, has already established herself as one of the brightest and most compelling artists on the international http://www.loudounsymphony.org/artists/hilary-hahn.html
Extractions: The Loudoun Symphony and internationally acclaimed soloist and recording artist Hilary Hahn performed Karl Goldmark's Violin Concerto no. 1 in A Minor on Saturday, August 21, at 8 pm at Broad Run High School in Ashburn. The program also included Dvorak's Symphony no. 8 in G major. American violinist HILARY HAHN, though just 19, has already established herself as one of the brightest and most compelling artists on the international concert circuit. As a recitalist in 1999/2000, Hilary Hahn performs in Atlanta, Los Angeles, San Diego, and St. Paul; in Europe she appears in Amsterdam, Geneva, Hamburg, Munich, Zurich, Milan and Paris. Hilary Hahn records exclusively for Sony Classical. In January 1999, Sony released her second recording - a coupling of the Beethoven Violin Concerto and the Bernstein Serenade. Gramophone named it "CD of the Month," in Diapason it was "d'Or of the Month;" FonoForum in Germany and 24 Hours in Australia made Ms. Hahn the subject of cover stories; and the disc appeared as a classical bestseller on the international record charts. Ms. Hahn's first album, featuring Solo Sonatas and Partitas of J.S. Bach, was similarly successful, winning Diapason's "d'Or of the Year" in the New Talent Category, Stereo Review's "Pick of the Month," and spending weeks as a bestseller on the Billboard classical charts. Admitted to Philadelphia's Curtis Institute of Music in 1990 at the age of ten, Hilary Hahn made her major orchestra debut one year-and-a-half later with the Baltimore Symphony. Her 1993 Philadelphia Orchestra debut was followed by engagements with the Cleveland Orchestra, New York Philharmonic and Pittsburgh Symphony. In March 1995, at age 15, Hilary Hahn made her German debut playing the Beethoven concerto with Lorin Maazel and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, in a concert broadcast on radio and television throughout Europe. Two months later she received the Avery Fisher Career Grant. In 1996, Ms. Hahn completed the formal requirements for her bachelor's degree at Curtis, signed an exclusive recording contract with Sony Classical, and made her Carnegie Hall debut in New York, as soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Extractions: I've played this recording again and again since I bought it and love it as much on the 15th hearing as I did on the first. Samuel Barber / Violin Concerto / Hilary Hahn , violin; Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Hugh Wolff, conductor Edgar Meyer / Violin Concerto / Hilary Hahn , violin; Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Hugh Wolff, conductor Hahn's playing of the Barber, an American masterpiece composed in 1939, is mesmerizing. My particular favorite is the second movement: a lyrical beauty with a theme that rocks back and forth between C# minor and E major. The third movement is a fiendish perpetuum mobile less than 4 minutes long. The concerto by Edgar Meyer was written especially for Hilary Hahn. Meyer, a virtuoso bassist who has collaborated with cellist Yo-Yo Ma and violinist Mark OConnor on the Appalachia Waltz Appalachian Journey project, has a unique compositional voice a mixture of American fiddling riffs and more "classical" gestures. For my taste, the second movement drags at the beginning with a big dose of minimalist noodling.
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News Release Enter Your Email To Stay Informed Go. violinist hilary hahn PERFORMS BACH TO BACH WITH THE PHOENIX SYMPHONY. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 2, 2003. http://www.phoenixsymphony.org/about/news_releases_010203.html
Extractions: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 2, 2003 (PHOENIX) -Violinist Hilary Hahn will perform "Bach to Bach" with Music Director Hermann Michael and The Phoenix Symphony on Thursday, January 16 at 7:30 p.m. and Friday, January 17 at 8 p.m. The performances will take place in Symphony Hall, 225 East Adams Street, in downtown Phoenix. Hahn will perform Bach's Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, and Concerto for Violin and Oboe in C minor, with oboist Allan Fogel. The performance will also include Bach's Fantasia and Fugue in C minor, Aria after "Oh Mensch, bewein' dein' Sünde gross, " and "Komm Süsser Tod." Tickets for this premium concert are $23-$50 and can be purchased through The Phoenix Symphony Box Office at 602-495-1999 or online at www.phoenixsymphony.org.
Extractions: Mozart: Sonata for violin and piano in F major, K 376 The sensational violinist, Hilary Hahn , makes a welcome return to the National Concert Hall, after her outstanding performance with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra in 2003. A Grammy Award-winning violinist, Hahn has established herself as one of the most accomplished and compelling artists on the international concert circuit. Named "America's Best" young classical musician by Time Magazine in 2001, she appears regularly with many of the world's great orchestras in Europe, Asia, and North America. Pianist Natalie Zhu , a recipient of the 2003 Avery Fisher Career Grant and the 2003 Andrew Wolf Memorial Chamber Music Award will join Hahn on stage for this concert. Zhu and Hahn have maintained a partnership with tours of the U.S., Europe, and Japan, including a hugely successful Carnegie Hall recital debut.
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Extractions: Press Release: NZ Symphony Orchestra MEDIA RELEASE 4 May 2004 The Radio Network present EARTH SHATTERING VIOLINIST MAKES DEBUT IN NZSO'S MAY CONCERTS The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra presents 'American Beauty' - Hilary Hahn, one of the world's violin superstars, throughout the North Island during May. She will perform, the virtuosic Paganini Violin Concerto No.1 with guest conductor, Christian Gansch, in Auckland on Friday, 28 May at the Town Hall. At only 24, Grammy-Award winning violinist, Hahn has been described by Gramophone Magazine, as 'Young, wise, tough, romantic, hard-nosed, girlish - the paradoxes are as intriguing as the musical gifts are rare' and by Time Magazine 'America's Best - masterly onstage and a webmaster on the Net, she's a virtuoso with a 21st century sensibility'. She began violin lessons one month before her fourth birthday, entered Philadelphia's Curtis Institute of Music at 10, made her first major orchestral debut at the age of 12 with the Baltimore Symphony and signed an exclusive recording contract at 16. Hilary's first performance with a chamber orchestra, at the age of 11, was with the Soloists of Philadelphia, conducted by Miguel Harth-Bedoya, who is now Music Director of the Auckland Philharmonia.
Hilary Hahn - The Lady Ascending Winner of a 2003 Grammy award and recently named America s Best young classical musician by Time magazine, violinist hilary hahn s new Bach recording is set http://www.scena.org/lsm/sm9-3/Hilary_Hahn-en.htm
Extractions: W inner of a 2003 Grammy award and recently named "America's Best" young classical musician by Time magazine, violinist Hilary Hahn's new Bach recording is set to echo the success of her debut CD, also devoted to Bach. Hahn will be twenty-four on November 27, 2003, a week after her concert appearance with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. She had her first violin lesson before she was four years old, and her first appearance with a professional orchestra when she was eleven. This was the first in a series of important concerts with major orchestras: the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in 1991, the Cleveland Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Budapest Festival Orchestra in 1994, and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra with Lorin Maazel in 1995 (playing Beethoven's Violin Concerto ), among others. She signed an exclusive contract with Sony Classical when she was sixteen. Her first CD with them (
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Kennedy Center: Biographical Information For Hilary Hahn At the age of 22, American violinist and Grammy nominee hilary hahn has already established herself as one of the most accomplished and compelling artists on http://www.kennedy-center.org/calendar/index.cfm?fuseaction=showIndividual&entit
National Symphony Orchestra: Calendar Of Events At the age of 22, American violinist and Grammy nominee hilary hahn has already established herself as one of the most accomplished and compelling artists on http://www.kennedy-center.org/nso/calendar/index.cfm?fuseaction=showIndividual&e
Extractions: The first thing you ask me is do I like this CD. Yes, its very pretty. How about the recording? Actually, I dont like the sound engineering. How about the performer Hilary Hahn? Shes fantastic! Ive been listening to Hilary for less than six months, since discovering her by chance. After about 30 seconds I came to the conclusion that this girl is as great a violinist as Ive ever heard. Her intonation is perfect, her tone gorgeous, like velvet, better than Heifitz. Ive heard them all. Hilary is from the Bel Canto school of violin playing.
Extractions: WEB SERVICES: Aired March 31, 2001 - 8:38 a.m. ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED. KYRA PHILLIPS, CNN ANCHOR: During the spring, it's easy to imagine the sweet sounds of a violin sonata. Well, Hilary Hahn is only 21 years old, but already has been nominated for a Grammy. You'll meet her in just a moment, but first, sit back, relax and let Hilary's magical fingers serenade you with "Presto," by Bach.
Toronto Symphony Orchestra - About The TSO April 14, 2004 The impeccable American violinist hilary hahn performs Spohr and Chausson Gianandrea Noseda, conductor hilary hahn, violinist April 21 22 at 8 http://www.tso.on.ca/season/press/press_releases/press02.45.cfm
Extractions: Toronto, Ontario - Violinist Hilary Hahn bring TSO audiences two poetic rarities - German Romantic composer Louis Spohr 's "vocal scene" and French late Romantic composer Ernest Chausson 's beautiful wordless poem, pieces which were part of the repertoire of every virtuoso violinist during the first part of the 20th century. These are highlighted by "then and now" symphonies - the dramatic Symphony No. 95 by Haydn , considered to be the "Father" of the symphony, and the Ninth Symphony of possibly the greatest 20th-century symphonist, Shostakovich In her mid-20's, Grammy Award-winning violinist Hilary Hahn has established herself as one of the most accomplished and compelling artists on the international concert circuit. Recently named "America's Best" young classical musician by Time Magazine in 2001, she appears regularly with the world's great orchestras in Europe, Asia, and North America. Nicholas Cage has been quoted as enjoying her recordings. She's 24, has a guinea pig and a mouse, and enjoys sculling, painting, cooking, and exploring the cities in her travels. At the university level, she has studied literature, and the history of Western Civilization.
Extractions: Springfield would love to call her their own, and maybe through familial lineage they can. Grammy Award winning violinist Hilary Hahn will be coming to town on Tuesday, January 13 at 7:30 PM in the Clark State Community College Performing Arts Center, Kuss Auditorium. She will perform with the SYS and the SSO in memory of her grandmother, Springfield native Martha Hahn, a dedicated member of the Women's Association of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra (WASSO). Hilary will delight the audience by performing a stirring rendition of Bruch's Violin Concerto No.1, op.26 in g minor. Proceeds raised from her performance will benefit WASSO and the Clark County Literacy Coalition. Ms. Hahn began lessons at the age of three and eight years later made her debut performance with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. In 1996, Ms. Hahn completed the requirements for a Bachelor of Music degree from Philadelphia's Curtis Institute of Music and went on to sign an exclusive recording contract with Sony Classical. She released five award-winning albums with Sony, including her Billboard Classical Charts bestseller Solo Sonatas and Partitas of J.S. Bach recording.
Extractions: Welcome Violinist Hilary Hahn as she joins Maestro Wilson and the SSO to celebrate 60 years of music in Springfield! Accompanied by the Springfield Youth Symphony and the Springfield Symphony, Miss Hahn will perform a delightful concert of virtuoso violin compositions in honor of her grandmother, Martha Hahn, a long-time supporter of the Women's Auxiliary of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra (WASSO).
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Hilary Hahn The East Texas Symphony Orchestra is pleased to present a special evening concert for families featuring the young Grammy awardwinning violinist hilary hahn. http://www.tyotpo.org/hilary.htm
Extractions: Mark your calendars for Friday, April 16 at 7:00 pm in UT Tyler's Cowan Center! The East Texas Symphony Orchestra is pleased to present a special evening concert for families featuring the young Grammy award-winning violinist Hilary Hahn. An extra special treat for the audience will be the presentation by the ETSO of the theme from Harry Potter. Joining the orchestra in a side-by-side performance of this crowd-pleasing piece will be young instrumentalists from the Tyler Youth Orchestra and the Tyler Preparatory Orchestra who auditioned for this honor. Tickets are reasonably priced for families at $12, $10 and $8. Purchase on-line or call 903-526-3876. Visit Hilary Hahn's website for more information on this outstanding artist. http://www.hilaryhahn.com
PAS - Hilary Hahn, Oct. 22, 2000 Already one of the most outstanding artists on the international concert circuit, Grammynominated American violinist, Hillary hahn, is just 20 years old. http://www.ohiou.edu/performingarts/2000-2001/hahn.html
Extractions: Already one of the most outstanding artists on the international concert circuit, Grammy-nominated American violinist, Hillary Hahn, is just 20 years old. With three albums and countless stage appearances throughout the world, Ms. Hahn is well on her way to becoming a world-renowned celebrity. Through the music of Bach, Mozart, and Brahms, this young violinist is sure to provide an afternoon of technical and musical virtuosity.