and CHOIR DIRECTOR
Ms. Hannah Graziadei started singing at the young age of seven and started performing at age 10 in her school talent show. It was then that she realized she loved singing and using her voice as a tool for communicating and entertaining. Since then, Ms. Hannah joined the choir, enrolled in voice classes in high school, and went on to graduate from Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada with a bachelor's degree in music and a minor in education.
Songwriting is another passion of hers, as she finds creating music to be a healing instrument for the creator as well as the listener. Hannah has experience writing lyrics, composing music, recording vocals, and producing tracks to then be uploaded to SoundCloud; an online streaming service for artists to upload, promote, and share their music amongst a community of listeners and music lovers.
Along with performing and songwriting, Hannah is also passionate about music therapy and hopes to one day receive her masters in that field. She has experience bringing music into the healthcare setting, retirement homes, schools, and homeless communities. It is here she merges her passions of music and helping people into one practice that she finds to be very fulfilling. Teaching music to young musicians is the next step in her musical journey, and she could not be more grateful for the opportunity to do so here at APAM!