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Alexis Hatch


Born in Los Angeles California, Alexis Hatch has a diverse musical career spanning solo, chamber music, and orchestra.  A dual-citizen of the United States and Spain, she began to play the violin at the age of three, with her father Peter Hatch (former Juilliard graduate of pedagogues Ivan Galamian and Tibor Varga).  Alexis has studied with Zakhar Bron at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid, and Glenn Dicterow at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.  


At the age of ten, Alexis made her solo debut with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Alicante (Spain), with the Four Seasons by Vivaldi.  Four years later, she was featured on Spanish National Television (RTVE) in the series “Jóvenes Solistas”, a program broadcasted for years throughout Spain.  Upon winning first prize in the CullerArts International Violin Competition in 2022, Alexis has performed as soloist with the Orquesta de Valencia, the Orquesta de Extremadura, the Orquesta Filarmonica de Castilla La Mancha, and most recently, the Santa Cecilia Orchestra in the Auditorio Nacional of Madrid.  In 2023, she was invited to perform a debut recital in the Palau de la Música of Barcelona, Spain.  Her performances in Spain have spanned such cities as Madrid, Toledo, Ciudad Real, Granada, Pamplona, and San Sebastian.


 Alexis is a founding artist of the Festival Internacional de Música Clásica de Villanueva de los Infantes, Spain.  Her piano trio “Schumann de Enagás” has performed two recitals at the Auditorio Nácional de Madrid, and in 2023 won the award for Most Outstanding Chamber Music Group, given by Her Majesty Queen Sofía of Spain at the Escuela Reina Sofia.  Currently, she is a member of the “Dúo Amadeus” formed with pianist Emin Kiourktchian.  Together, they have won second prize in the Antón Garcia Abril International Chamber Music Competition in 2023, and are recipients of the “AIE: Clásicos en Ruta” concert series tour of Spain, to take place in the 2024-2025 artistic season.  


As of November 2023, Alexis is the new Concertmaster of the Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional of Portugal, in Lisbon.  Previously, she was the Associate Concertmaster of the American Youth Symphony from 2017–2021.  Her sister, violinist Heidi Hatch, is the Concertmaster of the Orquesta de Extremadura (Spain). 

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Alexis with her cat, Amadeus 

Alexis and Heidi Hatch: Navarra
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