Amanda Hahn is a musician and music educator who has spent the last 18 years in the San Francisco Bay Area both performing and working with school children and adult students in a variety of settings. From small Montessori schools to large inner-city public schools and private students on piano, flute, and voice, she is devoted to her students, striving to relate to them in ways that allows them to feel comfortable, think creatively, and be musically fulfilled. She was a director for the Marin Girls Chorus for the last five years, developing her own curriculum blending Kodaly, Orff Schulwerk and her own approach.
With a master degree in flute performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Amanda has freelanced with orchestras and chamber ensembles, and spent the most recent years singing, teaching, and raising her young son. She has studied flute with Christopher Krueger, Trudy Kane, and Timothy Day, voice with tenor Corey Head and soprano Christa Pfeiffer, and led soprano sections and sung in choruses under Ann Howard Jones, John Emory Bush and Alan Petker.