Bio: Singer, pianist, composer and filmmaker Hannah Reimann first sang publicly as a preschooler, studied Classical piano as a child. Born in New York City to German and Korean parents, her career began as a concert pianist, playing Classical programs plus her own compositions and arrangements in New York City and abroad including Lincoln Center. Her arrangements and performances of the work of composer Astor Piazzolla with violist Paul Coletti led to concerts internationally and a broadcast on CNN Television. Reimann & Coletti worked together for over 10 years, performing their pieces at international festivals including Grand Canyon Music Festival and many others. Hannah performed her original work at The Bitter End, Cutting Room, Knitting Factory, etc. Her First Songs CD, especially the song, Corazon, have been in rotation for over 13 years on Sirius/ XM Radio, noting her “extraordinary voice.” Hannah studied theater with Austin Pendleton at HB Studios, cast in roles in over 24 films and theater productions. She played and/or wrote scores for The Quick-Change Room, The Cutting Room Floor and the award-winning film festival favorite, Things I Don’t Understand. She wrote, directed, produced and starred in her first short film, Destroying Angel (2012) (New Jersey Film Festival, Long Island International Film Expo, etc.) and began shooting her first independent feature documentary, My Father’s House, in 2011. A dramatic view into trauma, Alzheimer’s-related dementia and end-of–life, it includes music by Bach, Schubert, and Reimann. Her performance retrospective of the music of the iconic Joni Mitchell, Woman of Heart & Mind. Hannah’s teaching studio has nurtured student singers and pianists of all ages for over two decades. Some are professionals and have starred in Broadway and touring productions, The Boy from Oz, Mary Poppins, Matilda and School of Rock.
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