Hannah Tarley has soloed with many prestigious orchestras including the San Francisco Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Kiev Soloists, and Lynn Philharmonia Orchestra. She has debuted in some of the world’s most acclaimed concert halls, including Davies Symphony Hall, Carnegie Hall, The Kimmel Center, Wigmore Hall, Mozarteum, Royal Festival Hall, Gewandaus, and the Library of Congress. Ms. Tarley is the founder of Notes By The Bay Music Festival, a children’s summer music program that brings together the magic of music, poetry, and theater. She performs with Violins of Hope, an organization that brings to life the history of the Holocaust and the stories of its victims and their violins. A former student at the Colburn School, she received her Bachelor’s Degree, with First Class Honors, from the Royal College of Music in London, and her Master’s Degree from the Juilliard School. She is currently pursuing a Master of Musical Arts degree at Yale University and was recently awarded the Horatio Parker Memorial Prize.