Born in Los Angeles California in 1995, Alexis began her violin studies at the age of three with her father, American studio violist, Peter Hatch. A dual-citizen of both the United States and Spain, she made her solo debut with the Alicante Symphony at the age of ten. Since then, she has performed as soloist with major orchestras around the world, with a diverse range of repertoire that sets her apart as one of the most promising emerging violinists of her generation.
Growing up in Spain for much of her childhood, Alexis was given the invaluable opportunities that go with a multicultural upbringing, and special musical opportunities. In 2007, she became a founding participant at the International Festival of Classical Music in Villanueva de los Infantes (La Mancha, Spain), where she performs annually as soloist with orchestras and in chamber music with some of the world’s leading international musicians. At the age of fourteen, she appeared on Spanish National Television (RTVE) in numerous video performances which are still broadcasted throughout Spain on weekends as part of the TV program “Jovenes Solistas”. Her performances in Spain have spanned such cities as Ciudad Real, Toledo, Granda, Alicante, Madrid and El Campello.
Alexis has been the winner of many awards and prizes including the Hennings-Fischer Young Artists Competition Grand Prize, the Toronto Sinfonietta’s Young Artist Concerto Competition, the Young Musician’s Foundation Scholarship Competition, and the ASCAP Foundation’s Leiber and Stoller Scholarship Competition (the presentation of which took place at the Lincoln Center in New York City in December, 2013. In 2016, she was a finalist in the Stulberg International String Competition in Kalamazoo, MI.
She has had the privilege of studying with some of the most prominent violin professors of this century, including Guillaume Sutre, Paul Kantor, Barry Shiffman, and Glenn Dicterow (currently).
Currently, Alexis is the Associate Concertmaster at the American Youth Symphony.
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