Violinist, Hannah Min is an NYC-based chamber musician, freelance performer, and teaching artist. As an educator, she maintains a diverse studio of private students, and is currently a faculty member at Turtle Bay Music School.
Hannah believes in a nurturing and collaborative approach to teaching in which she strives to develop each student’s unique potential and strengths.
Performing in premier venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and in many concert spaces around the world, she appears with numerous ensembles including Sinfonietta of Riverdale, Arco Ensemble, New York Opera Society, and The Chelsea Symphony. A dedicated performer of contemporary repertoire, Hannah was recently reviewed in the New York Times as playing a “vivid, colorful, and urgent performance [with] piercing clarity” in Mohammad Fairouz’s opera, Sumeida’s Song. She is a graduate of Manhattan School of Music where she received her Masters of Music.