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Extractions: HH : I was surely most influenced by my two teachers Klara Berkovich in Baltimore, from age five to ten, and Jascha Brodsky in Philadelphia, from age ten to 17. Both were very demanding teachers, but very kind, superb violinists: musicians of style and taste who allowed no technical shortcuts. I was extremely lucky to grow up under their guidance.
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Extractions: Lexington, Virginia USA Genres Classical Occupations Violinist Instruments Violin Hilary Hahn (born November 27, 1979) is an American violinist Hahn was born in Lexington, Virginia . Beginning her studies when she was three years old at Baltimore's Peabody Institute , she was admitted to the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia at age ten, and in 1991, made her major orchestral debut with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra . Hahn signed her first musical recording contract at age sixteen in 1996 with Sony Music . She graduated from the Curtis Institute in May 1999 with a Bachelor of Music degree. Hahn plays on an 1864 copy of Paganini's ' Cannone ' made by Vuillaume . Her main interest is in solo performance; she also performs chamber music Instrument ... Hahn began playing the violin one month before her fourth birthday in the Suzuki Program of Baltimore's Peabody Institute She participated in a Suzuki class for a year. Between 1984 and 1989 Hahn studied in
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Extractions: Fulfilling her promise By Julia Zaustinsky At 19, American violinist Hilary Hahn is one of the most impressive and musically compelling artists in the ever-growing galaxy of young virtuosos. Her virtuosity transcends technical perfection and violinistic wizardry. She is a master musician whose playing is illumined by a love for music and the need to communicate. "Music, for me, is interaction—interaction with the audience and with colleagues," she says. "I play each piece of music the way I would like to hear it if I were in the audience." On stage, Hahn’s intense concentration grips the audience from the moment her bow touches the string. Immediately, she launches her listeners on a spellbinding musical journey. Her playing speaks from the heart with an intelligence, eloquence, and nobility that places her among the great interpreters of our time. Hahn’s extraordinary musical gifts were apparent at an early age. She made her debut as soloist with the Baltimore Symphony when she was 11. Her 1993 debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra was followed by engagements with the Cleveland Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the Pittsburgh Symphony, and other major orchestras in the U.S. and Europe. At 16, she completed the Curtis Institute’s graduation requirements, made her Carnegie Hall debut (again with the Philadelphia Orchestra), and signed an exclusive recording contract with Sony Classical. Her first CD (Sony 62793)—a patrician performance of the last three of Bach’s monumental Sonatas and Partitas for unaccompanied violin—received France’s
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Extractions: Violinist Hilary Hahn, recently named Gramophone magazine's Artist of the Year, is a two-time Grammy Award-winning soloist celebrated for her probing interpretations, technical assurance and compelling stage presence. For a decade and a half, extensive international performances and recording activities have made Hahn one of the most sought-after artists of this era. In the dozen years since she began recording, Hahn has released eleven solo albums on the Deutsche Grammophon and Sony labels, in addition to three live performance DVDs, an Oscar-nominated movie soundtrack, and various compilations. Covering a repertoire as diverse as Bach, Stravinsky, Elgar, Beethoven, Vaughan Williams, Mozart, Schoenberg, Paganini, Spohr, Barber, Bernstein, Korngold, and others, her recordings have received every critical prize in the international press and have been met with equal popular success, with each collection spending weeks on Billboard's Classical Albums Top Ten list. Hahn's 2008 recording which paired the violin concertos of Schoenberg and Sibelius debuted at Number One and subsequently spent twenty-three weeks on the Billboard classical chart. The album brought Hahn her second Grammy: the 2009 Award for Best Instrumental Soloist Performance with Orchestra. Her first Grammy win came in 2003 for her
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Extractions: Cover Story: Hilary Hahn - Violinist with a vision PSO opens new season with a bright, young star Friday, September 15, 2000 By Andrew Druckenbrod, Post-Gazette Classical Music Critic Hilary Hahn wants to personally thank you for listening. Pittsburgh Symphony PSO opens season with street party New faces in the PSO Hilary's 'Hahn-line' journal She doesn't say it in such a cheesy way she is 20 years old after all but the American violin virtuoso is doing her part and then some to help right the good ship classical. In a keynote address she gave this summer at the annual conference of the American Symphony Orchestra League in Boston, Hahn tactfully urged her fellow musicians to work harder to connect with audiences and offered tangible ways to do so. She advocated that artists look at "music television, the Internet, direct contact with audiences and programs for kids," while also maintaining they not be "reluctant to talk with the media." "To me, all of these activities on the part of artists are connected to the goal of breaking down barriers that keep people from coming to classical concerts," she said. "This isn't a matter of self-interest or egomania it's an effort to help with classical outreach." Hahn hasn't changed her tune since that conference "I think that there's a lot that [artists] can do that isn't too energy-consuming that would make a big difference," Hahn says over the phone. She'll put that theory into practice again this weekend when she performs in the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's season-opening concert with music director Mariss Jansons. She'll play Samuel Barber's Violin Concerto in a concert that also includes Bela Bartok's Concerto for Orchestra and Ottorino Respighi's "Feste romane."
Extractions: "When I was little, I used to like to meet musicians whom I'd seen play with the Baltimore Symphony," she says. "I had friends in the orchestra who would introduce me to those people. Since not everyone can get backstage, and it's interesting what classical musicians' lives are like, I started the journal."
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