Cellist Hannah Sloane enjoys an international career centred upon chamber music.
She has participated in numerous festivals throughout the UK, Europe and North America, and is the cellist of the Eusebius Quartet. Hannah has recorded for Navona, Stone and SOMM record labels. As part of Ensemble Arcadiana in 2019, she recorded a disc of chamber music by Eleanor Alberga, and also features on a recent Stone Records release of Bliss Oboe and Clarinet Quintets with the musicians of FitzFest, Fitzrovia’s Art Festival. The Euesbius Quartet released their debut album Chamber Works of Erich Korngold in October 2021, which was named Record of the Month in BBC Music Magazine.
A sought-after freelance cellist, Hannah has worked as guest principal cello with the Irish Chamber Orchestra, Spira Mirabilis and the Orchestra of Scottish Opera. Hannah studied at the Juilliard School in New York, graduating with Scholastic Distinction 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. Now a passionate teacher herself, Hannah teaches cello and chamber music at Junior Academy. Hannah plays a 1780 Luigi Piattellini cello, kindly on loan to her from the Stark family, and a contemporary Paul Sadka bow.