Hana Hart is a 23 year old student currently undertaking a Masters of Music Research at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University. She graduated from her Bachelor of Music in 2015, followed by a class one Honours in Music. During her time at the QCGU, she received the Sir Samuel Griffith Scholarship and was part of the Advanced Performance program. Hana began playing the piano at the age of four under the direction of Mizusa Fukasawa until attaining her AMUS in 2009.

Since then, Hana has been studying with QCGU’s Oleg Stepanov. She has received a number of prizes and commendations in competitions such as first place in the Hilda Woolmer Prize for Pianoforte Accompaniment, runner up in the Minnie May Bussey Prize and the Margaret Nickson Prize for Voice and Accompaniment. She has been part of the Southern Cross Soloists next gen artists program where she was invited to play in the Bangalow Music Festival and Dots and Loops among others. Always keen to expand her repertoire, Hana frequently receives Masterclasses and is heavily committed to developing her skills as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist.