Hannah Burnett

Hannah Burnett, viola (Waco, TX) holds an international performing career, with concerts at Carnegie Hall, the Royal Concertgebouw, Smetana Hall, and the National Centre for the Performing Arts (Beijing). As an avid chamber musician, she has attended Kneisel Hall and Yellow Barn Festivals, and was a founding member of the Unison Quartet, which participated in the Juilliard String Quartet Seminar, was the quartet in residence at the Perlman Music Program and the Aspen Center for Advanced String Quartet Studies, and was a finalist at the Bartok World Competition. Hannah has been coached by members of the Juilliard String Quartet and has collaborated with artists such as Natasha Brofsky, Laurie Smukler, Anthony Marwood, Gilbert Kalish, Krzysztof Chorzelski, and Janine Jansen. Ms. Burnett is a passionate performer of new music, and has recently premiered chamber works by acclaimed composers Philippe Hersant and Robert Piéchaud. As an educator, she holds a faculty position at the Greenwich Suzuki Academy and is a teaching artist for the Harmony Program. Ms. Burnett completed both her B.M. (2020) and M.M. (2022) at Juilliard under the tutelage of Roger Tapping and Misha Amory, where she was a proud recipient of the Kovner Fellowship. Previous Yellow Barn musician (2022)