Amalia Hall
Amalia Hall, widely recognised as one of the foremost young violinists to emerge from New Zealand, has received 1st Prize at the Postacchini International Violin Competition, and 2nd Prize at the International Violin Competition “Premio R. Lipizer”, is a laureate of both the International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians and the Kloster Schöntal International Violin Competition, and is the recipient of numerous special prizes at these competitions. At the age of nine Amalia made her solo debut with the Auckland Philharmonia, which has been followed by numerous other appearances as a soloist with orchestras in New Zealand. Her extensive chamber music experience includes performing at the Dresden Festival, Music From Angel Fire Festival and Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as touring for Curtis on Tour in Europe and Chamber Music New Zealand. She is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music where she studied under the tutelage of Pamela Frank and Joseph Silverstein, and the University of Auckland, studying with Dimitri Atanassov.

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 Sibelius, Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Op.47

 Mozart, Concerto No. 5 for Violin and Orchestra in A Major, KV 219, 1st Movement
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