For over 25 years, Natalie Hall has devoted her life to music and the study of violin and viola. Beginning in Chernivtsi, Ukraine, at Music School No.5, she performed throughout the region in quartets, orchestras, choirs, and numerous recitals.

From these early performances, she fused an intense emphasis on musical theory with a dynamic stage presence. She continues to develop as a performer working with various orchestras, Broadway theaters, and in academia.

Natalie remains an enthusiastic proponent of the solo recital, focusing a majority of her programmatic material on the solo works of Beethoven, Mozart, Vivaldi, Dvorak, Rachmaninoff, Schubert, and Kreisler. Natalie is well respected for her commitment working with young people. She has been teaching for over 15 years.

Her range of Broadway repertoire includes 18 shows and she is currently working for the hit show ‘Wicked’ in New York City as a substitute. Other recent work includes the Arise New York Fest 2016 Outreach, an uplifting and energetic series of concerts in Central Park. Natalie has also performed with the Grammy Award winning Brooklyn Tabernacle for special events and, most recently, performed with Jeannie Ortega, a singer, songwriter and actress who has a featured show on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). Natalie has also performed in hundreds of weddings and special events with her ensemble, “Classic Strings”, which she founded in 2005.

With an overwhelming passion for music, Natalie is very dedicated to diligently refining her musical expertise. She creates a succinct synergy between violin, viola, and herself in all genres of music. Natalie’s desire to perform a broad variety of repertoire enchants her audiences with her powerful presentation and musical prowess. Her enthusiasm for the serious study of compositions creates a musical proficiency that moves and excites her listeners.

Natalie's début album “Living For Jesus” holds hymns that are near and dear to her heart, which she arranged for violin and piano, violin solo, string duet, string trio, and string ensemble. The album caries Classical and Church music genres with elements of Ukrainian folk music. The album was released on September 1st, 2017, and is available for purchase.