Hilary Hahn Biography
Hilary Hahn an American violinis known for performing throughout the world both as a soloist with leading orchestras and conductors and as a recitalist. She is also known as a champion of contemporary music. Several composers have written works for her, including concerti by Edgar Meyer and Jennifer Higdon, partitas by Antón García Abril, and a violin and piano sonata by Lera Auerbach.
Hilary Hahn Age
Hilary was born on November 27, 1979, in Lexington, Virginia, United States.
Hilary Hahn Music Career
In 1991, at age 11, Hahn made her major instrumental presentation with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. After a short time, she showed up with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and the New York Philharmonic.
She made her overall presentation in 1994 playing out the Bernstein Serenade in Hungary with Ivan Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra. Her German introduction came in 1995 with a show of the Beethoven Violin Concerto with Lorin Maazel and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. The show was conveyed in Europe.
Following a year, in 1996 at age 16, she showed up at Carnegie Hall in New York City as a soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra. In a 1999 gathering with Strings Magazine, she alluded to people ground-breaking to her improvement as a craftsman and an understudy, including David Zinman, the executive of the Baltimore Symphony and Hahn’s mentor since she was ten, and Lorin Maazel, with whose Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra she performed in Europe.
Hahn began recording in 1996. Her earlier TV appearances consolidate Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood in 2000 (scene 1755), where Mr. Rogers visits a local music store and she plays for him.
She has released 16 assortments on the Deutsche Grammophon and Sony names, three DVDs, an Oscar-doled out movie soundtrack, a respect winning record for adolescents, and various collections.
Her records normally blend more exceptional and standard pieces. Her assortments consolidate pairings of Beethoven with Bernstein, Schoenberg with Sibelius, Brahms with Stravinsky, and Tchaikovsky with Jennifer Higdon.
She has played with orchestras, for instance, the London Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, NHK Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic and Singapore Symphony Orchestra.
In 2007 she showed up with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and had in Vatican City as the impact of the celebrations for Pope Benedict XVI with the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra and executive Gustavo Dudamel. The show was recorded and released by Deutsche Grammophon.
She has moreover executed as a chamber craftsman. Since 1992 she has performed reliably with the Skaneateles Chamber Music Festival in Skaneateles, New York.
From 1995 to 2000 she performed and considered instrumental structures at the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont, and in 1996 she was an expert and a person from the vibe music instructing arrangement of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. In 2004 she visited Saint Petersburg, Russia, with the Poulenc Trio.
Hahn has been excited about cross-kind joint exertion and pushing melodic points of confinement. She began performing and visiting in half breed couples with vocalist performer Josh Ritter in 2007 and with craftsman lyricist Tom Brosseau in 2005. She has recorded tunes with “… And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead”.
In 2012 Hahn released an assortment with German piano player and arranger Hauschka titled Silfra. The songs on the circle were absolutely advertisement libbed. Silfra was made by Valgeir Sigurðsson. As showed by her, “Various specialists cross classes continually.
For me it’s not half breed—I basically enter their world. It frees you up to think in a substitute way from what you’ve been set up to do.” In June 2014 she was conceded the Glashütte Original MusikFestspiel-Preis of the Dresden Music Festival.
Since 2016 Hahn has directed free shows for gatekeepers with infant youngsters, a weaving circle, a system move workshop, a yoga class, and craftsmanship understudies.
She plans to continue with these system arranged shows, asking people to get live execution together with their inclinations outside the show passageway and offering opportunities to gatekeepers to hear music with their infants, who might be ousted from traditional shows.
Hilary Hahn Music
- Hilary Hahn Plays Bach (1997) with Partita No. 3 in E major, BWV 1006, Partita No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004 and Sonata No. 3 in C major, BWV 1005
- Beethoven Violin Concerto / Bernstein Serenade (1999). Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; David Zinman, conductor
- Grammy Nominee – Best Instrumental Soloist Performance with Orchestra
- Barber & Meyer Violin Concertos (2000). Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra; Hugh Wolff, conductor
- Brahms & Stravinsky Violin Concertos (2001). Academy of St Martin in the Fields; Neville Marriner, conductor
- Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (with orchestra)
- Mendelssohn & Shostakovich Concertos (2002). Oslo Philharmonic; Marek Janowski and Hugh Wolff, conductors
- Bach Concertos (2003). Hilary Hahn, violin; Margaret Batjer, violin; Allan Vogel, oboe. Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra; Jeffrey Kahane, conductor
- The Village Motion Picture Soundtrack (2004); Hilary Hahn, featured violinist; music composed by James Newton Howard
- Elgar: Violin Concerto; Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending (2004). London Symphony Orchestra; Colin Davis, conductor
- Mozart: Violin Sonatas K. 301, K. 304, K. 376 & K. 526 (2005). Natalie Zhu, piano accompanist
- “To Russia My Homeland” from the album Worlds Apart by …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead (2005)
- Paganini: Violin Concerto No. 1 / Spohr: Violin Concerto No. 8 – Gesangsszene (2006). Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Eiji Oue, conductor
- “Witch’s Web” from the album So Divided by …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead (2006)
- Der Kleine Hörsaal – Die Geige mit Hilary Hahn (2007); Hilary Hahn, the narrator
- “Fork in the Road” and “Blue Part of the Windshield” from the album Grand Forks by Tom Brosseau (2007)
- Schoenberg: Violin Concerto; Sibelius: Violin Concerto (2008). Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor
- Debuted at #1 on the Classical Billboard chart for three weeks (the first Schoenberg recording to debut at #1).
- Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (with orchestra)
- Grammy Nominee – Best Classical Album
- Ranked #6 by Newsweek on its list of the ten best albums of the decade.
- “Bach: Violin & Voice”56. Hilary Hahn, violin; Christine Schäfer, soprano; Matthias Goerne, baritone; Munich Chamber Orchestra
- Higdon & Tchaikovsky Violin Concertos (2010). Royal Liverpool Philharmonic; Vasily Petrenko, conductor
- Charles Ives: Four Sonatas (2011). Valentina Lisitsa, piano accompanist
- Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik
- Silfra (2012). Hauschka (aka Volker Bertelmann), prepared a piano
- In 27 Pieces: The Hilary Hahn Encores (2013). Cory Smythe, piano accompanist
- Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance
- Mozart 5, Vieuxtemps 4 – Violin Concertos (2015). Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen; Paavo Järvi, conductor
- Hilary Hahn Plays Bach: Sonatas 1 & 2, Partita 1 (2018) with Sonata for Violin Solo No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001, Partita for Violin Solo No. 1 in B minor, BWV 1002, and Sonata for Violin Solo No. 2 in A minor, BWV 1003.
Hilary Hahn Albums
- In 27 Pieces: The Hilary Hahn Encores
- Hilary Hahn plays Bach
- Bach: Violin Concertos
- Barber & Meyer: Violin Concertos
- Higdon / Tchaikovsky: Violin Concertos
- Violin and Voice
- Charles Ives: Four Sonatas
- Paganini/Spohr: Violin ConcertosMozart: Violin Concerto No.5 In A, K.219 / Vieuxtemps: Violin Concerto
- No.4 In D Minor, Op.31
- Mozart: Violin Sonatas K.301, 304, 376 & 526
- Stravinsky & Brahms: Violin Concertos
- Der Kleine Hörsaal – DIE GEIGE met Hilary Hahn
- Bach – Violin and Voice
- Bach: Violin Partitas Nos. 2, 3 & Violin Sonata No. 3
- Absolute Masterworks – High Energy
- Mendelssohn & Shostakovich: Violin Concertos
- Paganini / Spohr: Violin Concertos incld. Listening Guide
- Hilary Hahn – The Complete Sony Recordings
- The Essential Hilary Hahn
- J.S.Bach: Violin Concertos
- 3-Pak (Hilary Hahn Plays Bach/Beethoven: Violin Concerto, Bernstein Serenade/Stravinsky, Brahms Violin Concertos)Hilary Hahn – Original Album Classics
- 111 More Classic Tracks
- Absolute Masterworks – Virtuoso
- Peaceful Bach
- Violin Super Hits
- Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D Minor, Op. 61 – Bernstein: Serenade
- Les 50 Trésors de Bach – Les Trésors de la Musique Classique
top10tracks – Bach
- partita nr. 3, bwv 1006: Preludio (feat. violin: Hilary Hahn)
- partita no. 3 in e major: ii. loure
- partita no. 3 in e major: iii. gavotte en rondeau
- partita no. 3 in e major: iv. menuet i
- partita no. 3 in e major: v. menuet ii
- partita no. 3 in e major: vi. bourrée
- partita no. 3 in e major: vii. gigue
- partita no. 2 in d minor: i. allemande
- partita no. 2 in d minor: ii. courante
- partita no. 2 in d minor: iii. sarabande
- partita no. 2 in d minor: iv. gigue
- partita no. 2 in d minor: v. ciaccona
- sonata no. 3 in c major: i. adagio
- sonata no. 3 in c major: ii. fuga
- sonata no. 3 in c major: iii. largo
- sonata no. 3 in c major: iv. allegro assai
- Hilary Hahn Retrospective
- This album has the following songs;
- mozart: sonata for piano and violin in g major, k.379 – 1a. adagio (live)
- mozart: sonata for piano and violin in g major, k.379 – 1b. allegro (live)
- mozart: sonata for piano and violin in g major, k.379 – 2. tema (andantino cantabile) – var. 1-5 – tema (allegretto) (live)
- davidson: blue curve of the earth (live)
- richter: mercy (live)
- j.s. bach: double concerto for 2 violins, strings, and continuo in d minor, bwv 1043 – 2. largo ma non tanto
- vaughan williams: the lark ascending
- mozart: sonata for piano and violin in a, k.526 – 3. presto
- paganini: violin concerto no.1 in d, op.6 – 3. rondo (allegro spirituoso)
- schoenberg: violin concerto, op.36 – 1. poco allegro
- j.s. bach: st. matthew passion, bwv 244 / part two – no.51 “gebt mir meinen jesum wieder”
- higdon: violin concerto – 1726
- ives: sonata for violin and piano no.1 – 1. andante – allegro vivace
- yun: when a tiger meets a rosa rugosa
- muhly: two voices
- Hilary Hahn On Tour
- Oct 24 – Paris, France – La Sainte Chapelle
- 08 October 2020 – Orchestre De Paris, Jakub Hrusa, and Gautier Capuçon – Philharmonie de Paris, Paris, France
- 03 November 2020 – Gautier Capuçon and Gabriela Montero – Sala de Camara, Auditorio Nacional de Música, Madrid, Spain
Hilary Hahn Awards
- BEST CHAMBER MUSIC/SMALL ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE-57TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS (2014)
- BEST INSTRUMENTAL SOLOIST(S) PERFORMANCE (WITH ORCHESTRA)-51ST ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS (2008)
- BEST INSTRUMENTAL SOLOIST(S) PERFORMANCE (WITH ORCHESTRA)-45TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS (2002)
- BEST INSTRUMENTAL SOLOIST(S) PERFORMANCE (WITH ORCHESTRA)-42ND ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS (1999)
Hilary Hahn Height And Weight
Hilary stands taall at a height of 5 feet 4 inches. She also has an average body weight.
Hilary Hahn Parents And Siblings
Hilary was born the daughter of Steve Hahn, who was a journalist and librarian, and her mother Anne who was an accountant. Hilary’s paternal great-grandmother was from Bad Dürkheim in Germany.
Hilary Hahn Husband And Children
Hilary is married to Volker Bertelmann. The couple has resides in Cambridge, Massachusetts since 2016, after having lived in New York City for several years. They have two daughters.
Hilary Hahn Net worth
Hilary has an estimated net worth of $9 million dollars.