A native of Jacksonville, FL, Hannah Barrow is a Prelude Chamber Music alumna. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from Florida State University, where she studied violin with Professor Corinne Stillwell and viola with Dr. Pamela Ryan. She then received a Master of Music degree with an emphasis in orchestral performance from Arizona State University, where she studied violin with Dr. Katherine McLin. Hannah also participated in the ASU Chamber Music Residency program, where she was able to work as a violist with the Brentano String Quartet and the Juilliard String Quartet. Hannah served as a Faculty String Fellow at the Eastern Music Festival for five seasons, where she played with the faculty orchestra and participated in a library outreach program, teaching young children in the Greensboro, NC, area about string quartets. Hannah also taught music theory and conducted the Repertory Orchestra at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts in Jacksonville, FL for two years, followed by three years as an elementary and middle school music teacher. Hannah now works as a freelance violinist and violist, as well as maintaining a private studio.