Musicians have a daunting task ahead of them: facing unprecedented concert hall closures and season delays, there is a sense that the industry as a whole has been crushed. But, as violinist Erin Hall demonstrates, when a musician gets knocked down (or in her case, trips and falls), it is possible to get up again.
Erin Hall is finding joy in performing with friends virtually, and in taking unexpected time around her house during the 2020 closure. The Assistant Concertmaster of the Nashville Symphony, Hall is possibly the most excited musician in town for performances to resume, as she has recently recovered from a broken wrist.
Hall is also the violinist for the Elliston Trio. In this video, the group discusses music of Joan Tower and Ludwig van Beethoven.