Award winning Danish violinist, Hanne-Berit Hahnemann, has been hailed for her diversity as a musician who moves from classical to Broadway to hip hop with equal luminous flair and virtuosity. Her debut recital in Carnegie Recital hall received critical acclaim in the New York Times, as did her recital in Merkin Concert Hall. She was invited to perform for President George W. Bush during his visit to Cleveland in 2007 and has given several solo performances for the Queen of Denmark, both in her native country and during the Queen’s visit to the U.S. In addition, she was the first prize winner of the International “ Palma d’Oro” competition in Italy and received the Countess Ahlefeldt-Bille Prize presented by The Queen of Denmark. Upon recommendation of Mstislav Rostropovich, she was also the recipient of the Jacob Gade Award on national television in Denmark.
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