HANNAH BARROW began studying violin and piano at age 5. In the eighth grade, she joined the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra where she discovered her love of orchestral music. Barrow received her Bachelor of Music degree from Florida State University, where she studied violin with Professor Corinne Stillwell and viola with Dr. Pamela Ryan. She earned a Master of Music degree with an emphasis in orchestral performance from Arizona State University, studying with Dr. Katherine McLin.
Barrow served as the principle violist for the Scottsdale Arts Orchestra. She also participated in the ASU Chamber Music Residency program, where she worked with the Brentano String Quartet and the Juilliard String Quartet. She performs as a violinist and violist in the Georgia Coastal Symphony, teaches music theory and conducts the repertory orchestra at the Douglas Anderson School of the Arts and serves on the board of directors for the Prelude Chamber Music Camp in Jacksonville.