Natasha Hall

Natasha Hall

Canadian violinist Natasha Hall has performed in North America, Europe and Asia. She has appeared as soloist with the Oxford Sinfonia, City Chamber Ensemble (London UK), Battersea Ensemble (London UK), Calgary Civic Symphony, Symphony of the Kootenays, Carnegie Mellon University Baroque Ensemble and the Selkirk Youth Orchestra. Prior to her
recent move to Nelson BC, Natasha spent the last decade based in London UK and is a member of the English Chamber Orchestra. She has performed regularly with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Northern Sinfonia, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Aurora Orchestra and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. She performs
regularly in recital with pianist Yoomi Kim.

Natasha’s teachers include William van der Sloot (Mount Royal University, Calgary AB), Andres Cardenes (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA), Patinka Kopec (Manhattan School of Music, New York NY) and Rodney Friend (London UK). She holds a certificate in violin performance from Carnegie Mellon University.

Alongside her musical endeavors, Natasha is a certified Forest Therapy Guide and the founder of Kootenay Forest Bathing. Always passionate about learning, she is especially interested in exploring music as a sensory experience, particularly in multimedia contexts.

Natasha gratefully acknowledges Jumpstart Jr. Foundation of the Netherlands for the generous loan of the 1680 Ruggieri violin she currently plays.