Natalie P. Hall

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19: 

Violinist Natalie P. Hall will be on this weekend’s show. She  is releasing her rendition of “Jesus Is All” to Christian radio. Hall’s version of the classic hymn, which is a jazz arrangement that combines the hymns “He Hideth My Soul” and “Jesus Is All,” goes for adds to Christian AC and Christian INSPO-formatted radio outlets.

“My prayer is that when you hear my songs, you will feel God’s love,” Hall said “Even if you feel that you messed up, and cannot go on, know that He loves you and He cares for you.”

Hall’s testimony includes the story of her journey with depression and how the illness reached a point where the musician planned her suicide. Today, Hall gives credit to God for helping her reach a place where she no longer is filled with despair and hopelessness.

“I am so glad He saved me from depression and being suicidal. I know that He loves me and He cares for me,” Hall said.

“My new single, ‘Jesus Is All,’ reminds me that Jesus is all I need to go from one day to another. Because of Jesus’ and God’s love, I am alive right now and I’m able to speak, able to play, and I’m able to create music. I want people to feel His love through this song when they listen to it.”

A native of Ukraine who currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, Hall has spent more than 25 years studying violin and viola, with hundreds of performances to her credit in the New York City area. She has performed at Arise New York Fest Outreach, a series of concerts at Central Park. She also has performed at the Brooklyn Tabernacle and with Jeannie Ortega, a contemporary Christian singer/songwriter. Hall’s Broadway repertoire includes 18 shows and, in addition to her work in New York, she has spent time working with the Pensacola (Florida) Symphony Orchestra, Pensacola Little Theater, Pensacola State College and Northwest Symphony Orchestra.

For more information about Hall, check out NatalieHallViolinist.com and follow her on Facebook and Instagram. You can find Hall’s videos on her YouTube channel.

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