“A good mix of sweetness and pop sensibility with an engaging voice that sounds like fine wine.”
Peter Swenson, Director of Social Media, CD Baby
Hannah Christianson was born smiling, or so her mother says. Growing up in a lively family of seven, the young Hannah learned to perceive the world and art in her own unique way. Even at a very early age, Hannah became enamored with the piano and immersed herself into jazz and piano-based pop music. Years later, Hannah was playing various clubs around the upper Midwest, including a showcase at the Winnipeg Folk Festival.
Hannah’s now a Music Therapy and notable Songwriting major at the world-renowned Berklee College of Music. Her thoughtful writing encompasses the human condition with honesty, charisma, and hope. “A good mix of sweetness and pop sensibility, with an engaging voice that sounds like fine wine,” Peter Swenson, Director of Social Media, CD Baby. She has performed in The Best of Berklee’s Songwriters Showcase and received Honorable Mention in Berklee’s Prestigious Performer/Songwriter Contest. Her song “Let’s Be Frisbees” won Berklee’s 2010 Perfect Pitch content and was recently featured on a compilation CD for the Raising the Blues Foundation, which distributed uplifting music to children’s hospitals around New England.
Hannah spent the summer recording her first record and embarking on her first US tour. Her album, The Part That Knows, will be out in the spring.
Hannah has toured the Upper Midwest and New England, and has played: