Hannah Mindeman


Wheeler, AR

Hannah Mindeman



Hannah Mindeman is a collaborative pianist characterized by her musical sensitivity and versatility, intellectual yet deeply emotional approach to music, and passion for sharing music with others. Born into a musical family, Ms. Mindeman began her training at the age of six. She received a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance with a minor in French, summa cum laude, from Covenant College, a Master of Music in Collaborative Piano from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and a Graduate Certificate in Collaborative Piano from the University of Arkansas. Her teachers have included Lisa Emenheiser, Jeanell Brown, Allison Gagnon, and Tomoko Kashiwagi, and she has performed in master classes for notable artists such as Jean-Louis Haguenauer, Eric Ruske, James Buswell, Miles Hoffman, and Andrew Campbell.

Ms. Mindeman was a 2012-2013 Kenan Fellow at the Lincoln Center Institute in New York City, where she studied and practiced aesthetic education. In January 2013, she partnered with flutist Julian Rose and created “Reflections of a New York City Park Bench,” a multimedia concert combining 20th century flute-piano repertoire and original visual art, which they performed at Lincoln Center. Currently, Ms. Mindeman resides in Northwest Arkansas, where she performs regularly and is an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Arkansas.


Past groupmuses (1)

  • Colibri in Astoria

    Friday, Feb 3, 2017 7:30 PM EST

    • Neighborhood: Astoria
    • Price: $5 to reserve, $20+ at event

    Happened about 7 years ago