Hallel Tutter began her violin studies at the age of eleven with Michael Gaisler at the Jerusalem “HaSaddna” conservatory and later while serving as an “Outstanding Musician” in the IDF she studied with Chaim Taub and Roi Shiloah. Currently she is studying for her Bachelor degree under Mihaela Martin at the Barenboim Said Academy in Berlin.
Since 2009 Hallel is a scholarship recipient of The America-Israel Cultural Foundation and the Varon – Jerusalem Foundation.
Hallel took part in the Perlman Music Program, David Goldman Program, Banff Centre String Quartet Program, Musethica Program, Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music, Polyphony program, Zeist Music Days Festival and Keshet Eilon summer Master Course.
She participated in master classes with Itzhak Perlman, Ivry Gitlis, Miriam Fried and Gyorgy Pauk.
Since 2016 Hallel is a member of the West Eastern Divan Orchestra conducted by Maestro Daniel Barenboim with which she performed on a large number of stages such as Carnegie Hall, at the Philharmonie de Paris, at the Salzburg Festival, the Luzern Festival, the BBC Proms and more. She played as a soloist with the Youth Jerusalem Academy Orchestra and the Polyphony orchestra. She presented recitals as a soloist and played chamber music at the Kennedy Center Washington, the UN General Assembly in New York and in London, Brussels, Budapest and throughout Germany.