Cyndi Hall - Violin
Cyndi is a native to Southern California. Having picked up the violin as an adult, she never dreamed of performing as a professional musician. Yet through hard work and discipline she found herself performing in her church orchestra after just eight months on her violin. Within four years she was performing in symphonies, teaching, and pursuing a second Bachelors Degree in music, her first two being a BS in Psychology from California State University, Northridge and an AS degree in Math and Science from College of the Canyons. Her coaches have included Miwako Watanabe, Diane Gilbert, Leslie Katz and Sharon Cooper.
Cyndi has performed in symphonies, orchestras and musical theaters throughout Los Angeles and Ventura counties for the past 14 years, including: Grace Baptist Orchestra,The Masters’ College Orchestra, Santa Clarita Master Chorale Orchestra, LA Valley Symphony, Moorpark Symphony, CSUN Orchestra, Red Cross Benefit Orchestra, Channel Islands Chamber Orchestra, Ventura Baroque Chamber Orchestra, Escape Theater (Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center), and Footworks Youth Ballet Orchestra (Oxnard Performing Arts Center). She can be heard as a studio musician on numerous Fox animated television recordings such as American Dad, Family Guy, Cleveland and King of the Hill, and has performed with the Walter Murphy Orchestra, Ron Jones Influence Orchestra, Seth McFarlane Live to tape variety show.
Outside of music, Cyndi has experience in Medical Management and as a social worker providing services to developmentally disabled adults. She is currently co-founder of Hollywood Impact Studios, a ministry and organization that uses the art of television and film making to transform lives by providing a training ground where Hollywood professionals both teach and mentor incarcerated men within the LA County prison system, in order to identify and develop life skills and individual talents with the result of producing men who are both functional in society, and able to successfully work in the entertainment industry, or profession of their choosing upon re-entry into the community. Hollywood Impact Studios has received recognition from the LA County Sheriff's Department, Lee Baca, and LA county Supervisor, Fifth District, Michael Antonovich.