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Updated Winter 2023

Hannah performs regularly as a collaborative and solo pianist. She has appeared at the Kosciuszko Foundation, CLA Berkshires summer Mozart festival, the Arabia-Kaikuu Festivaali,  the Helsinki Musiikkitalo,  Paavalinkirkko, the Civic Morning Musicals concert series, and the Finnish Wagner Society.


Committed to bringing under-recognized composers and genres to the forefront of audience awareness, Hannah often programs their works in performances. A proponent of Betty Jackson King and her music, her work on King’s repertoire resulted in Hannah’s selection as 1 of 8 recipients of the 2021 SU Graduate Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research and Creative Work. Currently, she is preparing a recital highlighting the music of Ukraine and other Eastern European countries previously under the Russian & Soviet regimes, to be presented during the 2022-2023 CMM concert series.


Hannah also enjoys performing new and contemporary music. In the past she has worked with,

and premiered works by composers Miika Hyytiäinen, Brittany E. Boykin, Jonathan Reid, and Jeffrey Kresky.


In addition to recently completing a year-long creative arts fellowship in Finland with the American-Scandinavian Foundation, Hannah’s scholarship and performances have been supported by the Syracuse Graduate School, Classic Lyric Arts, the SU College of Visual and Performing Arts, the Finlandia-Italia Ry, and the William Paterson Collage Concert scholarship. 


Photography by Christine Baruc 


Hannah has delved into other avenues as a singer, songwriter, and arranger. Her original music is inspired by a variety of artists, genres, and styles, aided by her training in jazz and classical voice at William Paterson University. Hailed as a "fan favorite with an incredible voice" by Sofar Sounds, Hannah has performed for audiences at venues in NYC, Philadelphia, Boston, and Washington D.C. Additionally, she has performed her own arrangements throughout the East Coast.


A sister of Sigma Alpha Iota, Hannah has served as president and treasurer of the Theta Kappa chapter at William Paterson University. Additionally, she has given sessions at Province Day and written for Pan Pipes, the SAI quarterly publication. Hannah is a member of the Northern NJ Alumnae chapter of SAI and the Beta Iota chapter of the Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society.


Hannah serves on voice faculty at William Paterson University, on accompanying faculty at the JCC Thurnauer School of Music, on music ministry staff at St. Mary’s Church in Pompton Lakes, and has served as voice faculty at the JCC MetroWest Triple Threat Summer Theatre Camp. She worked as a piano TA at Syracuse University, collaborating with the voice and instrumental studios, and acting as instructor-of-record for piano courses.


Hannah has trained at William Paterson University, Syracuse University, Metropolia UAS, and the Sibelius Academy.

 Her main teachers include Steven Heyman, Carl Patrick Bolleia, and Soo Yeon Cho.

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