Award-winning violinist Natasha Hall to perform in Duncan

British violinist Natasha Hall is performing at Duncan United Church Monday, Dec. 19, starting at 7:30 p.m.

British violinist Natasha Hall is performing at Duncan United Church Monday, Dec. 19, starting at 7:30 p.m.

She has performed as soloist, chamber and orchestral musician in North America, Europe and Asia and also performs regularly as an orchestral musician with the English Chamber and Royal Philharmonic Orchestras.

Originally from Canada, Hall has won the Calgary Concerto and Morningside Music Bridge Chamber Music Competitions.

Interested in humanitarian work, she has also appeared on CBC’s The Nature of Things with David Suzuki. It has led her to raise more than $25,000 through solo benefit performances for charities in Canada, the United States, Georgia and Russia.

Her accompanist is Eric Musseau, who works extensively as an accompanist for string players, vocalists, and choirs around B.C. He is a multi-instrumentalist, improviser, and composer who seeks to ever broaden his musical understanding. The evening’s program will include works by Mozart, Kreisler, Ravel, Brahms and Canadian composer Scott Good.

Tickets are $20 each for adults, or $15 for seniors and students and are available at Volume One Bookstore and at the door.

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