Hannah Lewis is a professional vocalist, songwriter, arranger, composer, and educator, and has been teaching piano and voice since 2015. The daughter of a studio cellist and a film actor, she was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, and has been entrenched in the entertainment industry since a very young age. She started with classical piano at age 5 and trained for 13 years, competing in events such as the Contemporary Festival and the Guild Auditions.
She attended California State University, Northridge, majoring in Commercial and Media Writing with an emphasis in vocal performance, and received her Bachelor of Music in May 2019. At CSUN she was the musical director of the school’s premiere a cappella group, Acasola, and led the group in winning titles multiple years running at the Los Angeles A Cappella Festival. Also with Acasola, she recorded at Capitol Records for ABC’s Castle and performed for songwriter Diane Warren at the Museum of Contemporary Art. She has performed all across the country and world in several renowned halls such as Walt Disney Concert Hall, Davies Hall in San Francisco, Carnegie Hall in New York City, and the Shenzhen Concert Hall in Shenzhen, China.
Hannah performs in all musical styles and is a member of the Los Robles Master Chorale as well as From the Roots, a 7-piece vocal band. She has scored several student films and also works as a contemporary a cappella arranger and vocal coach.
Through her work with private music students as well as directing larger ensembles, she has discovered profound love for teaching and sharing the knowledge and understanding of music with students of all ages and levels.