Cellist Hannah Moses is pursuing an Artist Diploma at the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she studies with Dr. Melissa Kraut. Hannah is the recipient of multiple awards, including the Dr. Bennett Levine Chamber Music Award, the CIM Alumni Achievement Award, the Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award through “From the Top”, and many others. In the summers, Hannah has studied at renowned festivals such as the Heifetz International Music Festival, the Meadowmount School of Music, the NAC Young Artist Program, Morningside Music Bridge, the Banff Centre Chamber Music Residency, the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, the Sitka Cello Seminar, and the Taos School of Music. Hannah has performed in masterclasses for cellists such as Zuill Bailey, Andres Diaz, Lynn Harrell, Desmond Hoebig, Hans Jorgen-Jensen, Ralph Kirshbaum, Mark Kosower, Joel Krosnick, David Requiro, and Alisa Weilerstein. Hannah has appeared as soloist with the CIM Orchestra, the Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestra, the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra, and other area orchestras. An avid chamber musician, Hannah studies in the Intensive Quartet Seminar program at CIM as cellist in the Callisto Quartet, CIM's 2017 Apprentice Quartet. The quartet has competed in the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, won top prizes in the Ohio String Teachers Association Competition, the WDAV Young Chamber Musicians Competition, and has made concert appearances in South Carolina, Ohio, and New York. In summer of 2017, the Callisto Quartet was honored to receive fellowships to study at the Juilliard String Quartet Seminar, the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, and the McGill International String Quartet Academy.