NZ Violinist Amalia Hall Performs in London: Conway Hall 27 Feb 7:30 PM

NZ Violinist Amalia Hall Performs in London: Conway Hall 27 Feb 7:30 PM


Astonishing New Zealand violinist Amalia Hall performs with United Strings of Europe for her only concerto performance in Europe this season. With works from Lebanon, New Zealand and Latvia, the programme will showcase the breathtaking virtuosity of both soloist and ensemble.

Conway Hall 27 Feb at 7:30 PM


Franz SCHUBERT Quartettsatz (arr. Azkoul)

Peteris VASKS Violin Concerto ‘Distant Light’ (soloist: Amalia Hall)

Houtaf KHOURY ‘Et le vent qui souffle...’ UK premiere

Gareth FARR Mondo Rondo (arr. Azkoul)

Amalia Hall, violin

Julian Azkoul, director

United Strings of Europe

Supported by Arts Council England, the Centre for Lebanese Musical Heritage and the New Zealand Society.

Amalia Hall, violin

A graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, Amalia Hall has won top awards at several international competitions including 1st Prize at the Postacchini, Janacek and Gisborne competitions. She has performed with orchestras on five continents and is the youngest-ever violinist to be appointed leader of Orchestra Wellington.

United Strings of Europe

United Strings of Europe is an ensemble made up of young professional musicians from across Europe who celebrate cultural diversity, champion new repertoire and collaborate with world-class artists. Under the direction of Artistic Director Julian Azkoul and Principal Conductor Franck Fontcouberte, the ensemble has gained recognition for its exciting performances, diverse programming, and wide-ranging pedagogical activities.

Attend Contact

Time & Date

Wednesday, 27 February 2019, 12:00 AM - Wednesday, 27 February 2019, 12:00 AM


25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL, UK

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£12 (£8 concessions)