Natasha Hall set to perform in Kaslo

Kaslo Concert Society is presenting Nelson-raised violinist Natasha Hall in recital at St. Andrew’s United Church on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Hall began studying violin with Wendy Herbison in Nelson at the age of seven.   In 2007, as a result of winning the Calgary Concerto Competition, she performed with the Calgary Civic Symphony. She has also been a semifinalist in both the California International Young Artists Competition and the Kingsville International Music Competition.

Her Kaslo program includes music by Tartini, Bartok, Brahms, and Ravel.

Hall is currently attending Carnegie Mellon University, enrolled in the performance residency program under Professor Andres Cardenes.

Single tickets are $22, available at the door. School-age children admitted free when accompanied by an adult.


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