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Hungarian-American violinist Hajnal Pivnick has developed a career as a performer and curator promoting community-driven music by modern and living composers. Her work has been recognized through foundational support from New Music USA, the Barlow Endowment, and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. She is co-artistic director of Tenth Intervention, a collective of musicians that explores intersection of performance and experiential art, and its potential to reflect social issues.
As a soloist and chamber musician she has performed in festivals, conferences, and concert series in the United States, Cuba, and Europe. She attended Carnegie Mellon University, studying with Andres Cardenes, and received her masters degree from the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Hungary, studying with Eszter Perenyi.
Hajnal is also the Operations Director of Musicambia, an organization that brings music learning and ensemble performance to prisons throughout the United States.
As an educator, I am interested in developing the entire performer, including mind and body wellness, discovering creative approaches in music making, and understanding ways to merge technique with artistry.
B.F.A., Violin Performance - Carnegie Mellon University
M.A., Violin Performance - Liszt Academy
Artist Certificate, Violin Performance - Liszt Academy