- May 17, 2019
- Posted by: admin
Hannah Shin is a student of Glenn Riddle at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. She has won
numerous top prizes in prestigious international competitions, including 2nd prize in the Zhuhai
International Mozart Competition and the Thailand International Piano Competition (where she also
won the Audience Prize), top prize in the ASEAN International Chopin Competition, and 3rd prize in
the Virginia Waring International Piano Competition in the United States.
Numerous concerto appearances include works of Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Tchaikovsky,
Grieg and Prokofiev with orchestras both internationally and in Australia. Hannah has performed
with the Ningbo Symphony Orchestra (China), Salzburg Chamber Soloists, Thailand Philharmonic
Orchestra, as well as the Polish International Quartet. In Australia, she has also performed with the
Zelman Memorial Symphony Orchestra, Maroondah Symphony Orchestra, Frankston Symphony
Orchestra and Preston Symphony Orchestra.
Solo highlights include being the youngest pianist invited to participate in 3MBS’ Beethoven
Marathon, performing before a capacity audience at Deakin Edge Auditorium. Hannah has also been
showcased at the Sydney International Piano Competition of Australia, broadcast live on ABC FM.
She was recently invited to perform as guest artist at the Herald Sun Aria, at Hamer Hall, Arts Centre
Hannah has been featured on Kansas Public Radio, as well as China Central TV, and has given recitals
in the USA, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Russia, China, Thailand, Korea, Malaysia, and Indonesia.