Judith Aller

An American Violin Virtuoso

  • Niccolo Paganini: Sonata in A Major (encore)

  • Archangel! Folies D Espagne / Variations On A Theme Of Corelli

  • DEBUSSY STRING QUARTET: 1st and 2nd movement
  • Jascha Heifetz

    “She’s the last of the great 19th Century violinists.”

    Helsinki Newspaper

    “…One of the qualities of her playing is her exquistely beauitful cantilena, comparable to the tone of Jacques Thibaud…”

    The Times, London

    “…forthright and bold… she shaped the passionate lyricism of Schumann’s Sonata in A minor with assurance and sympathy.”

    Amsterdam newspaper

    “It is as if Judith Aller were a kindred soul of Mendelssohn.”

    Varna newspaper

    “The artist’s grasp stayed smoothly rich, rhythmically elastic, exultingly temperamental.”

    The Los Angeles Times

    “The birds in Judith Aller’s ‘Spring’ chirped boisterously, suggesting a romantic approach to Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons…”

    Gregor Piatigorsky

    “Her playing breaks your heart open and makes you remember you have a heart and soul.”


    “Wieniawski’s Concerto in F sharp is one of the most beauitful pieces for violin, and Judith Aller extracted from it everything essential.”


    “The soloist’s violin sang in a manner that could be characterized as an agreement of delicate senses, bringing to the audience a presence of something noble.”

    Swedish press– Helsinki

    “The climax of the concert was Schubert’s Sonatina in g minor, which Judith Aller played with keen insight into the naive and romantic character of the work.”

    Studs Terkel

    “She plays with a big tone and an abundance of feeling as you’ll hear on her CD Archangel!… she doesn’t play with a wimpy, wispy tone like all these wunderkinder do.”


    “…The soloist Judith Aller gave a brilliant example of her virtuoso violin playing and of her temperment… it was startling to hear those high tones and the execution of the difficult technical passages in Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto in g minor… ”

    Houston, Texas

    “The fiery energy and great rubatos came forth from a colossally great and warm heart.”

    Why does the world need Judith Aller’s music?

    First of all, there’s no doubt, in this cool world music is needed more than ever, as to my mind music fortifies and connects people. Now why does the world need Judith’s music?

    Because her playing touches her listeners deep in their souls. It’s full of rhythm, full of blues, full of life, ! It’s wonderful music, wonderfully played with incredible virtuosity. She plays healing tunes. How I love them, again and again. These tunes are passionate and modern, deep the strength but otherwise light and playful. They let us feel a deep relation to the essence of being. What can we ask more? Judith’s music fortifies and connects and gives us hope, that the world is going to be a
    better place.

    Ingrid Theisen

    Upcoming Events 2018:

    Secrets of the Classical Music Golden Age: A Vanished Tradition Comes Alive
    A Celebration of rare music performed by Judith Aller, violinist & Manon Robertshaw, cellist

    • Saturday April 7th, 2018 at 3:00 PM
    • Will & Ariel Durant Library
    • 7140 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles 90046
    • For information, please call (323) 876-2741
    • Saturday May 12th, 2018 at 4:00 PM
    • Canoga Park Library
    • 20939 Sherman Way Canoga Park 91303
    • For information, please call (818) 887-0320

    Secrets of the Classical Music Golden AgeSecrets of the Classical Music Golden Age
    Featuring Judith Aller, violin & Manon Robertshaw, cello

    • Monday March 12, 2018 at 1:00 PM
    • Central Library Taper Auditorium
    • 630 West Fifth Street, Los Angeles: 1st floor
    • Sponsored by the Los Angeles Public Library

    Download event flyer

    Past Events 2017:

    Special Halloween Concert presenting the famed Bach Toccata along with other delights
    Featuring Judith Aller, violin & Manon Robertshaw, cello

    • Saturday October 28th, 2017 at 2:00 PM
    • Chatsworth Library: 21052 Devonshire Street in Chatsworth
    • contact: (818) 341-4276

    The Golden Age of Classical Music
    Featuring Judith Aller, violin & Manon Robertshaw, cello

    • Wednesday September 13th, 2017 at 7:00 PM
    • Cerritos Public Library
    • 18025 Bloomfield Ave
    • Cerritos, CA. 90708
    • contact: (562) 916-1350
    • Saturday, June 24th at 2 :00 PM
    • Northridge Public Library
    • 9051 Darby Ave
    • Northridege CA. 91325
    • contact: (818) 886-3640
    • July 29th, Saturday at 2:00 PM
    • Sherman Oaks Public Library
    • 14245 Moorpark Street
    • Sherman Oaks, CA
    • contact: (818) 205-9716

    Music Fortifies

    Image by Ingrid Theisen

    Classical Music Concert Featuring The Irish Folksong “The Soldier”
    Also featuring works by Norwegian composers Christian Sinding & Johan Halvorsen
    Along with a world-premiere of “Oiseaux de nuit” by Finnish composer Erkki Salmenhaara

    Featuring Judith Aller, violin & Manon Robertshaw, cello

    Two opportunities to experience this lovely concert:

    • Saturday, March 18th at 2:00 PM
    • Chatsworth Library: Celebrating Women’s Heritage Month, 21052 Devonshire Street in Chatsworth
    • contact: (818) 341-4276
    • Wednesday, April 12th at 7:00 PM
    • Burbank Public Library, 300 N. Buena Vista Street in Burbank
    • contact: (818) 238-5620

    In a career that began when she was 4, the daughter of Victor Aller who was then head of Warner Brothers Studio music department, Judith Aller has had a remarkable career spanning over five decades. She has played for tv audiences, in concert halls such as Carnegie Hall, and yet also excels in an intimate salon setting.

    Aller is classically trained, the prodigy of Jascha Heifetz , and in her commercial success has also recorded with Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand, Liza Minnelli, and Luciano Pavarotti. She has toured and performed with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and the Helsinki Radio Symphony, with Helmut Rilling and Okko Kamu. Sought for her chamber sound as well, Aller performs with her quartet and as part of larger groups for special events. Her passion also includes small salon settings for pieces such as this Debussy Quartet http://bit.ly/1fNbOg6

    A resident of Los Angeles, she has also worked with school audiences helping children develop an appreciation and love for classical music.

    Judith Aller on Pirastro strings: www.pirastro.com/public_pirastro/pages/en/Judith-Aller-00001/

    Additional information – Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judith_Aller

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