Amalia Hall, Violin
Noted by The Strad for her “blazing insight and dazzling virtuosity”, New Zealand violinist Amalia Hall celebrates a diverse career as an international soloist, as Concertmaster of Orchestra Wellington
and violinist of NZTrio. Amalia’s career blossomed after winning the 1st prize at five international competitions, plus numerous laureate prizes including Joseph Joachim International Competition and International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians.
As a teenager she won all of the major national awards in New Zealand, before completing studies at the Curtis Institute of Music. Since her debut
with the Auckland Philharmonia at age 9, her solo appearances include I Virtuosi Italiani, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, United Strings of Europe, National Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan and Mexico State Symphony Orchestra. Amalia has performed as a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician in Europe, United Kingdom, North and South America, Asia, South Africa and Australia, and recorded for BIS, Bridge, Rattle and Atoll Records.