|Real Name/Full Name:
|44 years old
|November 27, 1979
|Lexington, Virginia, United States
|5 ft 4 inches
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):
|Yes (Zelda and Nadia)
|Is Hilary Hahn Lesbian?
|Net Worth in 2024:
Hilary Hahn is a well-known American violinist. She has performed on national and international levels as a recitalist and as a soloist with conductors and orchestras. She has established herself as a winner of contemporary level music. She has worked with several leading composers that includes symphonies by Jennifer Higdon, and Edgar Meyer, partitas by Antón Abril, and a piano, and violin sonata by Lera Auerbach.
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Early Life & Biography
Hahn took birth on 27th November 1979, in Lexington, Virginia. She was raised in Baltimore, Maryland. She was born to Steve Hahn, who worked as a librarian and journalist. Her mother, Anne Hahn, worked as an accountant.
Hahn started playing the violin when she was young. Between 1985 to 1990, Hilary took her education in Baltimore. When she was ten years old, she attended the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. She graduated from the university in May 1999, earning a Bachelor of Music degree. She learnt the etudes of Gaviniès, Rode, and Kreutzer, and twenty-eight violin opuses, different showpieces, and chamber work.
She studied chamber music with Gary Graffman and Felix Galimir and the violin with Jaime Laredo. She spent around four years learning immersion language programs in French, Japanese, and German at Middlebury College.
Talking about her personal life, Hilary Hahn got married to her husband, and they started living in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. The name of her husband is not disclosed. The couple has birth to two daughters as Zelda and Nadia.
In 2019, Hilary Hahn declared that she is taking a year-long retreat and will resume her work from the 2020 to 2021 season.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on November 27, 1979, Hilary Hahn is 44 years old as of today’s date 25th February 2024. Her height is 5 ft 4 inches tall, and her weight is 55 kg.
In 1991, Hahn performed for the first time with her Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in major orchestral debut. After some time, she made her debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra.
She made an international level debut in 1994. In the next year, she made German debut with a recital of the Beethoven Violin Opus with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Ensemble. This concert was later broadcasted in entire Europe.
In 1996, she made her debut as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, NYC, with her Philadelphia Orchestra. In the same year, she began to record her music. She also made a television appearance in Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood (2000).
Throughout her career, she has released around sixteen albums on the Sony labels and Deutsche Grammophon. Her recordings blend new and conventional pieces.
In 2007 she made a debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at a celebration event for Pope Benedict XVI. She performed with the conductor Gustavo Dudamel, and Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Since 1992, she has been performing in the Skaneateles Chamber Music Festival that takes place in Skaneateles, New York.
Awards & Achievements
Hilary Hahn is a talented American violinist who made her debut as the “soloist” for the movie “The Village” in 2004. This movie received a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Original Score. Her soundtrack of Samuel Barber’s Violin Symphony was broadly used in the film “The Deep Blue Sea.” This movie used to accompany a 9 minutes sequence. In 2013, Hahn performed as the soloist in the movie “The Sea.”
Known for her new works, Hahn hired the services of Jennifer Higdon to record a piece using the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. That concerto was awarded the “Pulitzer Prize.”
She took the help of twenty-six contemporary composers for writing small encore pieces for “In 27 Pieces”. Having received over 400 entries, she registered a win. From 2011 to 2013, she went on international premiere tours and received a wide audience and critical acclaim. In November 2013, her twenty-seven short pieces got released on Deutsche Grammophon, and her recording won her the most prestigious Grammy Award for “Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance.”
In the year 2007, she played in Vatican City if it was organized for Pope Benedict XVI celebration.
In June 2014, she earned an award “the Glashütte Original MusikFestspiel-Preis” at the Dresden Music Festival.
To date, Hilary Hahn has released a total of sixteen music albums on the Sony, and Deutsche Grammophon labels, an Oscar-nominated movie recording, three DVDs, several compilations, and an award-winning soundtrack for children.
Net Worth & Salary of Hilary Hahn in 2024
Hilary Hahn is one of the highly known American violinists who has a projected net worth of $5 million as of February 2024. She has earned a significant part of her net worth from her music albums, an Oscar-nominated movie recording, DVDs, several compilations, and award-winning soundtracks for children. She has also performed in several live performances on national and international tours.
In 1994, she made her international level debut with the famous composer and conductor in Hungary named “Bernstein Serenade.”
When she turned sixteen, she signed an exclusive contract with Sony and made two hit recordings under the contract.
In 1996, she served as a member as well as an artist of the “The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center” program.
Hilary Hahn is a top-rated personality on social media. She is quite active with 241K followers on Instagram, 87.7K followers on Twitter, and 192.6K followers on Facebook. She also makes a good amount of money from sponsorship on these websites.
Three-time Grammy Award winner, Hilary Hahn is a renowned violinist who is known for her expansive interpretations, creative programming, and virtuosity. Her dynamism towards music composition, along with her commitment, helped her share musical experiences across the global community. Her distinctive stylistic choices that honor conventional violin literature has earned her immense appreciation.