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Hilary Hahn Returns to Performing after Four-Month Muscle Strain Recuperation

Laurie Niles

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Published: November 17, 2014 at 5:43 PM [UTC]

She's back!

According to Hilary Hahn's anthropomorphous violin case on Saturday:

"We are back on the road!! Greetings from Regensburg, Germany. Hilary will play Beethoven tomorrow -- matching repertoire to region," tweeted the case, then, "Hilary and I are grateful to our fans and colleagues for their support in the past months. We hope to see you all soon!"

On Sunday she performed the Beethoven Violin Concerto Sunday with the Luxembourg Philharmonic at University Hall in Regensburg, Germany.

Hilary Hahn
Photo by Michael Patrick O'Leary

Since July, Hilary has been recuperating from a muscle strain, which forced her to cancel a number of appearances, including performances with the Baltimore, Seattle, Dallas, and San Diego Symphony Orchestras, and the Cleveland Orchestra.

Here is her November tour schedule, which has her playing the Beethoven Violin Concerto at locations in Germany and Luxembourg, with Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Joshua Weilerstein.


From 98.118.42.5
Posted on November 18, 2014 at 11:08 PM
It's a relief to see she feels recuperated and able to play. She's one of my favorite violinists out and about today.

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