Celia Hatton

Viola
Sphinx Virtuosi

Based in New York City, violist Celia Hatton has performed throughout Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, and the US. She is Principal Viola of Sphinx Virtuosi and her solos as Principal of Experiential Orchestra can be heard on GRAMMY winning album "The Prison." She has performed with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, toured nationally with A Far Cry and internationally with Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Hatton is an Honorary Ambassador for the New York in Chuncheon Festival in South Korea. Her world premieres include string quartets by Colin Matthews, Derek Bermel, and Felix Jarrar. Hatton was a member of the Zorá String Quartet and has performed with the Harlem String Quartet, Blair String Quartet, Manhattan Chamber Players, and North Country Chamber Players. Hatton can be heard on movie scores of Joker (2019), I Tonya, A Dog's Purpose, Goldfinch, The Greatest Showman, and Tick, Tick...Boom. Hatton earned degrees from New England Conservatory with Kim Kashkashian and Manhattan School of Music with Karen Dreyfus.