A graduate of the Juilliard School, cellist Hannah Sloane enjoys an international career centered upon chamber music
She has participated in Thy (Denmark), Domaine Forget (Canada), Lewes (UK), Wye (UK), Arcadia (UK), Taos (USA) and Kneisel Hall (USA) Chamber Music Festivals and is a founder member of the Eusebius Quartet. Formed in 2016, the Eusebius Quartet has been hailed as ‘excellent’ by the Sunday Times for their ‘clarity and unity of thought’. Finalists in the 2018 Royal Overseas League, the quartet has been in residence at Lewes Chamber Music Festival, Wye Valley Chamber Music Festival and FitzFest, as well as regularly performing live on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune. Upcoming engagements include appearances at Kings Place, Aldeburgh Festival and Tetbury Festival.
As a soloist Hannah has performed with the Angel, Blackheath, Buxted, Haydon, Lambeth and Juilliard Orchestras. With the Juilliard Orchestra in 2009, she played Tan Dun’s Concerto for Six with the composer at Alice Tully Hall. Hannah retains musical links with the USA, and regularly performs recitals in Boston, San Francisco, New York and Santa Fe with pianists Allegra Chapman and Jillian Zack.
Hannah has worked as guest principal cello with the Irish Chamber Orchestra, Spira Mirabilis and the Orchestra of Scottish Opera. She also plays regularly with the London Chamber Orchestra and the MultiStory Orchestra. Hannah graduated from The Juilliard School in New York in 2013. In 2012, she was the recipient of a French American Exchange Grant from the Carla Bruni Sarkozy Foundation, which took her to study at the Paris Conservatoire. Her principal teachers were Carey Beth Hockett, Robert Max, Darrett Adkins and Joel Krosnick.
A passionate teacher, Hannah teaches cello and chamber music at Alleyn’s School and Junior Royal Academy of Music, and coaches on Junior MusicWorks and South London Youth Orchestra.
Hannah plays a Piattellini cello dating 1780, which is kindly on loan to her from the Stark family.