Opus 22: The Organ and BAS
7:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 10
Village Presbyterian Church, Prairie Village
In her varied roles as a performing artist and teacher, cellist Hannah Collins is devoted to collaboration and diverse forms of musical expression. She has given solo and chamber music performances at festivals throughout Europe and North America. She is a member of Trio Chanterelle and Cantata Profana, and has performed with The Knights, Decoda, Talea Ensemble, A Far Cry and NOVUS NY.
A dedicated teaching artist, Hannah is assistant professor of cello at the University of Kansas. She also is an alumna of Ensemble Connect, a professional development program focused on chamber music performance, teaching artistry, and arts advocacy through the resources of Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and the Weill Music Institute, in partnership with the New York City Department of Education.
As a member of the duo New Morse Code (with percussionist Michael Compitello), she released Simplicity Itself in 2017, an album that champions new work by young composers.
Hannah also appeared with Bach Aria Soloists in Bach & Love in November.