About: Hannah Min
Why do you teach? Music has been an integral part of my life for as long as I can remember. I have so many fond memories of attending lessons, orchestra rehearsals and working with incredible teaching artists who taught me more than just how to play the violin. They taught me how to be a better listener, collaborator, how to lead and take on challenges. I hope to pass these lessons on to my students. I believe every student learns in different ways- my main goal is to find what inspires them and help build strong foundations that allows them to express their creativity through music.
Teaching Biography: Hannah Min has received a Bachelor of Music Performance at University of Toronto and Master of Music degree from Manhattan School of Music. As well as teaching private lessons, she is experienced in group classes as well as coaching chamber ensembles. Hannah maintains a private studio and is on the faculty of Turtle Bay Music School and 92nd St Y.
Performance Biography: Violinist Hannah Min is an active freelance performer in New York City. Ms. Min has been reviewed by The New York Times as playing a “vivid, colorful and urgent performance” with “piercing clarity”. She has been heard in venues such as Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall and Issac Stern Auditorium, Merkin Hall, Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall as well as in performance spaces throughout Europe and Asia. Hannah joined the TBMS faculty in 2014.