Katherine Hannauerline

KHannauer Violinist Katherine Hannauer has received critical praise for her "heart-warming, unaffected, and lyrical" playing. She makes her home in New York City, working with such groups as the Brooklyn Philharmonic, the American Symphony Orchestra, and the American Composers Orchestra, as well as in various Broadway pits. She is the Principal Second Violinist of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic, and during the summer can be found leading the second violin section of the Glimmerglass Opera Orchestra in Cooperstown, NY. She has also been an active recitalist and performer of chamber music, and in 1996 was presented by Artists International in a debut recital in Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall, performing works of Stravinsky, Wuorinen, Debussy, and Richard Strauss.
A featured performer on WQXR's Young Artists' Showcase, Ms. Hannauer was invited to participate in the 1989 Carnegie Hall American Music Competition for Violinists. She holds performance degrees from Ithaca College and Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts, and her many awards include the Edwin Ericson Award, the Brendan Byrne Fellowship, and the Burien Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Music.
American Symphony Orchestra: www.americansymphony.org
Northeastern Pennsylvania Symphony Orchestra: www.nepaphil.org
OK Mozart Festival (Amici NY): www.okmozart.com
American Composers Orchestra: www.americancomposers.org