Mikaela Hannon is a flutist and music educator based in Tempe, Arizona. She has performed professionally with a wide variety of ensembles, including the Washington-Idaho Symphony, the Braase-Hannon duo, and a grant-sponsored silent-film octet. In 2017, she won the National Flute Association’s Collegiate Flute Choir Competition and performed with the group at the national convention in Minneapolis. Mikaela is a passionate advocate for music education at all ages, and has taught students from infancy through adulthood.
Mikaela is currently completing a Masters degree in Flute Performance with Dr. Elizabeth Buck at Arizona State University where she was awarded the Jennifer Lowy Dock Fellowship. Prior to her graduate studies, she completed a Bachelors in Flute Performance and Music Education at the University of Idaho. During her studies there with Dr. Leonard Garrison, she was named both a Lionel Hampton scholar and a Presser Scholar; a prestigious title awarded to only one student per year.
You can find Mikaela’s performance here.