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61. All Things Strings: Reviews
American violinist hilary hahn, 22, plays Shostakovich s dark, Then20-year-oldviolinist hilary hahn delivers commanding performances of Bach s
Excerpted from Strings magazine, February/March 2003, No. 108
Young Blood New discs find Hilary Hahn
and Ilya Gringolts tackling
more challenging repertoire by James Reel
Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich Violin Concertos. Ilya Gringolts, violin; Itzhak Perlman conducting the Israel Philharmonic. (Deutsche Grammophon, 471 616-2) Mendelssohn, Shostakovich Violin Concertos . Hilary Hahn, violin; Marek Janowski (Shostakovich) and Hugh Wolff (Mendelssohn) conducting the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra. (Sony Classical, SK 89921) With these recent releases we find two different approaches to the Shostakovich Violin Concerto No. 1, both good. It's interesting that this concerto has become a vehicle for young violinists; Midori, Vengerov, and Repin all recorded it between 1994 and 1995, and now we have this pair. American violinist Hilary Hahn, 22, plays Shostakovich's dark, devastating concerto a little slower in the slow movements and a lot faster in the fast movements than Russian Ilya Gringolts, 20. Hahn's performance is the more harrowing of the two; Gringolts' is the more expressive.

62. All Things Strings: Cover Story
At 19, American violinist hilary hahn is one of the most impressive and hilary hahn plays an 1864 Vuillaume violin formerly owned by the Russian
Cover Story
Excerpted from Strings Magazine August/September 1999, No. 80. Hilary Hahn
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

63. Matthew Stevenson: Hilary Hahn
Howard s score features solo violinist hilary hahn who, at age 24, is one of themost talented musicians on her instrument. She s already won a Grammy,
Matthew Stevenson
These are my princples and if you don't like them...well, I have others. Main
August 24, 2004
Hilary Hahn
If you've seen the movie The Village you may have noticed James Newton Howard's wonderful score accompanying it. Howard's score features solo violinist Hilary Hahn who, at age 24, is one of the most talented musicians on her instrument. She's already won a Grammy, performed with dozens of orchestras around the world and captivated millions of classical fans with the rich tones she generates on her violin. Here is Hilary's own take on her work for James Newton Howard. Here's an article from 1999 in which Hahn talks about her music education. Finally, here is a schedule of her upcoming performances. Nothing too close to Indiana but if she comes to Chicago, Cincinnati or, of course, Indianapolis, it would be well your money to go to hear her live. Posted by Matthew at August 24, 2004 08:29 AM

64. Barber, Meyer: Violin Concertos / Hahn, Wolff, Saint Paul CO Music CD Is Availab
Notes violinist hilary hahn is only 19 years old, but she s already made moretracks as a classical violinist than most other virtuosos who are twice her
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Part Number: 696998902923BT Release: 03/14/2000 Please Note: This item is a special order item that is not normally stocked. You can still place an order for this item and we will make an effort to restock and ship the item within 6 weeks. Classical Works in Detail: Concerto for Violin, Op. 14 (Composer: Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981)) Length: 23:05 - Period: 20th Century Recorded in at Ordway Music Theater, St. Paul, MN 9/1999 Written 1939 USA Concerto for Violin (Composer: Edgar Meyer) Length: 26:28 - Period: 20th Century Recorded in at Ordway Music Theater, St. Paul, MN 9/1999 Written 1999 USA Notes: Violinist Hilary Hahn is only 19 years old, but she's already made more tracks as a classical violinist than most other virtuosos who are twice her age. The prodigy has soloed with a number of prestigious orchestras across the globe, including the New York Philharmonic, and the Berlin and Los Angeles Philharmonics, and her accomplishments just keep getting more impressive.

65. October 24th, 2004 - KBAQ 89.5 FM - Your Classical Companion
violinist hilary hahn is one of very few classical superstars today. Such peopleused to be legion. There were pianists and violinists and conductors whose
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Hillary Hahn - Violin Concerto; Vaugh Williams - The Lark Ascending
Hillary Hahn - Violin Concerto; Vaugh Williams - The Lark Ascending
Kenneth LaFave
The Arizona Republic
Oct. 24, 2004 12:00 AM
So, why is this CD our weekly pick? Because that is what being a soloist is all about: exploring territory, some of it more traveled than others, to see what diamonds you may find lying on the ground. Hahn finds many, scattered though they are between fields of English green. She and Sir Colin Davis, leading the London Symphony Orchestra, turn the middle movement, a placid Andante, into a mini-tone poem. Davis and Hahn shape one passage near the center into a peak, a watershed on which the rest of the music falls this way or that. Also included is the best-known English piece for violin and orchestra, Ralph Vaughan Williams’ The Lark Ascending. Hahn takes a songlike approach, bringing a rich cantabile sound to a work usually mined for its color. Reach the critic at (602) 444-8927
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66. Thomastik-Infeld ENDORSERS: Local
Though still in her teens, virtuoso violinist hilary hahn is no longer a prodigy.That label applied when she entered the conservatory at age 10 and began

67. 2002- ?·?-?
Translate this page At the age of 25, Grammy® Award-winning violinist hilary hahn is one of the most She collaborated with renowned violinist hilary hahn to this day with

68. News Release
(PHOENIX) violinist hilary hahn will perform Bach to Bach with Music Director At the age of 22, American violinist and Grammy nominee hilary hahn has

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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
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 the international concert circuit.

69. The World Violinist Links (Home)
Michele Auclair, 80, violinist who became renowned teacher hilary site with concert, journal, news, music, bio, photos. hilary hahn
The World Violinist Links [Home (A-J)] [Page 2 (K-Q)] [Page 3 (R-Z, other links)] Last updated on July 31, 2005 Visitors since Dec 19, 1998: About this page, How to suggest a site, Contributors New Additions:
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  • Jenny Abel
      Photo, biography, reviews, repertoire and discography at the Conductors
    Accardo, Salvatore (Sep 26/1941 - ) Italy
    • Salvatore Accardo
        Biography, discography and photos at Decca Records
    • Accardo's violins
        The Way String Instruments Went/Players: Accardo
      Adam, Karin (1962 - ) Austria Almond, Frank (Dec 20/1963 - ) USA
      • Frank Almond
          Official site with biography, pictures, audio clips, CDs, etc.
        Amoyal, Pierre (Jun 22/1949 - ) France

70. Part II-Briefly Described Items
American violinist from the Boston Symphony and Beethoven Quintet. 1874. $35.00 hahn, hilary. Signed Photo. 2001. $50.00 see illustration.
AGUILAR Quartet. Signed by all four members of the quartet, all members of the same family. AHNA, Heinrich de. Nice signature. Scarce ALLEN, Charles. Signature. American violinist from the Boston Symphony and Beethoven Quintet. 1874. ANTHONY, Evangeline. British violinist featured in Strad Magazine in 1904 and 1910 . (w/ 2 other signatures on leaf) $45.00 D'ARANYI, Jelly D', Fachiri, Adila and Samuel, Harold. Signed Program from 1930-31 in London. ARNOLD, Richard. Autograph Letter Signed. 1899. AUER, L. The great violinist and teacher has written his name and return address on a large envelope. BARBIROLLI, John. Signed Postcard Photo. BECKER, Hugo. Very large signature. 1903. BETTI, Adolfo. Autograph Letter Signed. 1930. To the Steinway Company. BROWN, Eddy. Signed card by this scarce Auer student. 1924. BUDAPEST STRING QUARTET. Columbia Records Advertising Page. BURMESTER, Willy. Nice large signature, dated Innsbruck, 15 November 1906. Signed Program. 1950. In pencil. DANCLA, Charles. Autograph Letter Signed. Autograph Musical Quotation Signed. Dated 1940. Signature. Very scarce. (sl. crease in leaf, not affecting signature)

71. Music Hilary Hahn
hilary hahn. Acclaimed violinist. ABOUT THE ARTIST. hilary hahn. Genre Classical.EVENT DETAILS. Zellerbach Hall UC Berkeley Bancroft Way and Telegraph Ave

72. Bibliotekernes Netguide
hilary Præsentation af den amerikanske violinist hilary hahn med bl.a.tourkalender, biografi, nyheder og CDudgivelser.,hilary

73. SFS European Tour 2003 Press Release
Acclaimed violinist hilary hahn will join the orchestra in Stravinsky’s Violin At the age of twentythree, American violinist hilary hahn has already
FIFTEEN-CONCERT, TEN-CITY TOUR OF EUROPEAN MUSICAL CAPITALS FEATURES VIOLINIST HILARY HAHN AND SOPRANO BARBARA BONNEY San Francisco, April 3, 2003 Celebrated for their commitment to contemporary music, Tilson Thomas and the SFS will feature at least one 20th century composition on every program of the 2003 European Tour. The tour includes two works making their European premiere, a brand new John Adams work commissioned by the SFS, My Father Knew Charles Ives Poems of Emily Dickinson. Poems of Emily Dickinson in London, Cologne, Vienna, Prague, and Paris. Renowned for its music education programs, the SFS will also take its music education abroad through a series of classes and appearances by orchestra members. SFS musicians will visit and perform in local European elementary schools and conduct master classes in music academies and colleges. My Father Knew Charles Ives My Father Knew Charles Ives Poems of Emily Dickinson Billboard Classical top 10. The next disc in the cycle features the Symphony No. 3 and

74. Montreal - Home - Hilary Hahn
At the age of 25, Grammy Awardwinning violinist hilary hahn is one of the mostcompelling hilary hahn, violinist Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano Programme

75. Skaneateles Festival Media
violinist hilary hahn returns to perform Sibelius, Beethoven and more International superstar and Grammy Award winning violinist hilary hahn will return
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2005 SEASON SCHEDULE - complete

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For tickets or information call 685-7418 or go to Concert Locations
* The First Presbyterian Church is at 97 East Genesee Street, Skaneateles;
* Brook Farm is on Route 41A, approx. 2.5 miles south of the village;
* Skaneateles High School is at 49 E. Elizabeth Street. The high school is the rain location for the Brook Farm concerts (which are outdoors) and the location for the concerts on September 1st and 3rd featuring Hilary Hahn.
Week One: "Bon Voyage"
Join us as we set sail on our maiden voyage with new Artistic Directors Elinor Freer and David Ying. In the opening week of the festival, we present you with a program of music inspired by foreign lands and exotic places. On this journey you'll revisit old favorites like Tchaikovsky's rollicking Souvenir de Florence and Mozarts elegant Symphony No. 29 and also get to know lesser-known pieces like Bloch's exotic Piano Quintet and Grieg's delightfully nordic Sonata for Cello and Piano. KidsFest concert - "Music: the Magical Travel Machine"
Wednesday, August 10, 11am, First Presbyterian Church

76. Skaneateles Festival About
20, violinist hilary hahn, age 12, and pianist Awadagin Pratt make their debuts . violinist hilary hahn plays in Beethoven’s Piano Trio in C Minor,
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A Short History

Staff and Board Susan Mark, Executive Director
David Ying and Elinor Freer, Artistic Directors Board of Directors
Lynn Cleary, President
Patti Carey, Vice President
George Bain, Treasurer
Jean Shook, Secretary Ellen Bifano
Dave Birchenough
Joan Christy
Suzanne Connelly Barb Connor Ian Edwards Steve Frackenpohl Koko Fuller Joyce Jowaisas Wendy Kopley Dan Labeille Caroline Manring Joan Marcoccia Carole Novick Andrew Ramsgard Louise Robinson David Rubin Kathy Scheider Jean Shook Margaret Sovik Donald Sundman Jack Varney Advisory Council John Angyal Thomas Bersani Helen Boatwright Beth Boudreau Paul Cowley William Davis John DeFrancisco John Driscoll Michael P. Falcone Lindsay Groves Claire Howard Andy Latchem Linda Kenan David Robinson Joseph Strodel, Jr. Walter Sullivan Administrative Staff Mary Bradly, Bookkeeper David Robinson, Stage Manager Steve Frackenpohl, Stage Manager Coburn Design, Program Book Layout and Design Back to top A Short History The first season features two weeks of concerts. Lindsay Groves is the music director. The first night, Aug. 16 in Skaneateles Library Hall, includes Mozart’s Quartet for Flute and Strings, K. 285, with Eleanor Robinson, flute; Ravel’s Chansons Madecasses with soprano Donna Miller; and Brahms’ Piano Quartet in G Minor with Mary Boyd, piano; Judy Clare, violin; Marilyn Smith, viola; and Lindsay Groves, cello. Brian Israel, pianist, performs Harris Lindenfeld’s “From the Grotte des Cambarelles” and Beethoven’s Archduke Trio with Steven Stalker, cello, and Janet Brady, violin. The first concert at Brook Farm is Aug. 23. It includes Mozart’s Quintet in C Minor, K. 516, and Brahms’ String Sextet No. 2 in G Major and Edwin Gindon conducts Bach’s Cantata No. 82, “Ich habe genung,” with David Robinson, baritone.

77. PlaybillArts: Features: Spotlight: Hilary Hahn's Blog, MTT On TV, Pierre Boulez
Where’s hilary? Young virtuoso hilary hahn is an intrepid blogger as well Oslo has been especially good to the 26year-old violinist; that’s where she
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... Printer-friendly Spotlight: Hilary Hahn's Blog, MTT on TV, Pierre Boulez at 80 By Michael Markowitz
24 Feb 2005
Soprano Deborah Voigt
What the stars are up to onstage and off. After a trying 2004, Deborah Voigt got off to a strong start in 2005, winning rave reviews in Germany for her first-ever portrayal of the Marschallin in Strauss’ Der Rosenkavalier . Nevertheless, the Berliner Morgenpost felt compelled to preface its applause with comments on Voigt’s weight, noting that the usually zaftig soprano reportedly shed some 80 pounds in recent months. Voigt, as you may recall, became something of a poster child for the weight-challenged when Covent Garden fired her last year from a production of Ariadne auf Naxos because the casting director didn’t think she would look good in the slinky evening dress he picked out for the part. Voigt’s troubles were compounded by the series of hurricanes that hit Florida, where she makes her home. The stress of dealing with the devastating storms led her to pull out of a Vancouver production of Rosenkavalier last fall that was supposed to serve as a warm-up for her Berlin Marschallin. Even without a dry run, the German critics said the trimmed-down Voigt’s performance was an “undisputed success.” This spring, Voigt takes her Marschellin to the Vienna State Opera. The Minnesota Orchestra, meanwhile, has just announced that Voigt will sing Tosca in concert during the 2005-06 season.

78. CAMA : 2005-2006 Season Events : Masterseries
The season opens with American violinist hilary hahn, who at age 25 is alreadyrecognized as one of the true masters of her instrument.
OUR SEASON TICKETS BROCHURE CONTACT ... HOME ESPERIA FOUNDATION provides complimentary seating to every Masterseries concert for non-traditional audiences, students and other community members. 2005-2006 Season
MASTERSERIES AT THE LOBERO to the Lobero Theatre. The 2005-2006 Masterseries showcases the immense talents of a younger generation of virtuoso musicians who are firmly established on the international music scene. The season opens with American violinist Hilary Hahn , who at age 25 is already recognized as one of the true masters of her instrument. Next is English pianist/composer and MacArthur Foundation "genius grant" winner Stephen Hough Belcea Quartet Olga Kern of Russia Season Sponsorship for Masterseries provided by
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79. Gramophone - News - The World's Best Classical Music Magazine
hahn moves to DG, July 16 2002. American violinist hilary hahn is understood tobe leaving Sony for Deutsche Grammophon.

80. Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra - 2002 - 2003 Season Orchestra Concerts
hilary hahn Jeffrey Kahane Margaret Batjer. Grammywinning violinist hilary hahnlaunches LACO s 34th season with a burst of passion! Delight in Ms. hahn s
LACO home site map 2002 - 2003 SEASON: LACO WE MAKE GREAT MUSIC PERSONAL Recent Orchestra Concerts These orchestra programs were presented during LACO's 2002 - 2003 season view this season's orchestra schedule September '02 ... May '03 SEPTEMBER 2002 Season Opening Saturday Alex Theatre 8 pm * Sunday Royce Hall 7 pm Jeffrey Kahane's pre-concert talk begins one hour before performance Jeffrey Kahane conductor J.S. Bach: Violin Concerto No. 2 in E major, BWV 1042 Hilary Hahn violin J.S. Bach/Webern: Musical Offering: Ricercare Margaret Batjer violin J.S. Bach: Concerto in D minor for two violins, BWV 1043 Jalbert: Les espaces infinis Mozart: Symphony No. 41 in C major, K. 551 (Jupiter Grammy-winning violinist Hilary Hahn launches LACO's 34th season with a burst of passion! Delight in Ms. Hahn's thrilling return to LACO. And preview her next recording with LACO. Mozart's

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