Hanna is a freelance producer, tour and project manager, and PR, specialising in contemporary classical music. She is currently based between London and Berlin.
She is the co-director of award-winning ensemble, The Hermes Experiment, and co-founder of Alternative Classical, a PR, marketing and project management agency, which creates and promotes new approaches to classical music. Hanna recently sat on a ‘Leading Women in the Arts’ panel at Shoreditch Town Hall, alongside the Executive Director of Sadler’s Wells, organised by YPIA – Young People in the Arts.
Upcoming projects include tour management of George Benjamin’s opera Lessons of Love and Violence to the Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg with the London Chamber Orchestra, and producing a Russian tour of Oliver Knussen’s Where the Wild Things Are with Shadwell Opera.
Past project highlights include project management, staff coaching and consulting for the Etihad Chamber Orchestra in Amman, Jordan, producing a tour of George Benjamin’s opera Written on Skin to the Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg, and tour management of the Street Orchestra of London, a pop-up orchestra, around London and the Midlands.
Hanna has worked with people and organisations including Nonclassical, the EFG London Jazz Festival, Gabriel Prokofiev, Bastard Assignments, Filthy Lucre, Baroque at the Edge Festival, Shadwell Opera, Mahogany Opera Group, OperaLab Berlin, the Kazakh Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra and ORA choir. She is also Artist Manager at a boutique agency, Bright Ivy, and has done translation work for Warner Music Poland / Orkiestra Sinfonia Varsovia and has written CD reviews for Positionen magazine.
Previously, Hanna worked as Public Relations Specialist at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in London and in Sponsorship and Development at a leading classical music agency, HarrisonParrott. Hanna is a graduate from Cambridge University, where she read History, and has recently finished her MA at the Humboldt University in Berlin.