Other commissions include the English National Opera (Towards Another World, V&A Museum 2019), London Symphony Orchestra (Max The Brave, 2014), Glyndebourne Opera (When I Am Old, 2010), the BBC Singers (Tale of Two Dragons, 2019), BBC Concert Orchestra (Amal And The Clockwork Tiger, 2013), Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (Symphonic Fairytales, 2002), Royal Opera House (Floria, 2009) and the Academy of Ancient Music (A Young Known Voice, 2017)

She was Artistic Director of Streetwise Opera from 2019-2021, the award winning opera company and charity renowned for their ground-breaking work with the homeless sector and their clients.

She has been a guest broadcaster for BBC Radio 3, commissioned to create programmes and present for BBC Radio 4 and was appointed as an adjudicator for BBC Young Musician Of The Year. She is moderator for the European Commission’s flagship EU cultural conferences, notably in 2020 for the direct dialogue between the Cultural and Creative sectors with Commissioner Mariya Gabriel, the European Parliament and Council and The EU Cultural Forum (2017) in Milan.

Sought regularly as a guest artist, Hannah has collaborated with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Opéra de Dijon, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Luxembourg Philharmonie, LʼOrchéstre de Paris, Muziekcentrum Van De Omroep, and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. She has directed opera residencies for the European Network for Opera and Dance Education (RESEO) in Serbia (Madlenianum Opera), France (LʼOpera Bastille) and Sweden (Swedish Royal Opera).

She frequently leads professional development for artists and ensembles in creative educational practice, audience engagement, and composition including consultancy for the Royal Danish Opera, Het Muziek Theater, Fundacja Nowa Orkiestra Kameralna, Amsterdam Sinfonietta, De Nederlandse Bach Vereniging the English National Ballet, for the charity Songbound in India (Mumbai/Bangalore) and Mostar Sinfonietta, Bosnia.

Hannah has presented concerts for audiences at the BBC Proms, with Vladimir Jurowski and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Harry Christophers and The Sixteen, Sir Mark Elder with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Sir Roger Norrington, Sir John Elliot Gardiner with the Monterverdi Choir and Orchestra and LSO Discovery Concerts, sign interpreting their first orchestral concerts for deaf children.

She was appointed Music Director of Glyndebourne Operaʼs Youth Company (2004-2011) and was Music Director of productions at the Southbank Centre in London for Southwark Splash (2007-2013) where she conducted and created music theatre productions for massed choirs and multi-instrumentalists, engaging over 3600 young people.

Hannah has guest lectured at the Royal Academy, Royal College of Music and Trinity Laban Conservatoire (UK), Prins Claus Conservatorium and Hague Conservatorium (Netherlands), Institute of Education (UCL, London) and at Cambridge University where she gained her MA (1995-9). She continues to pursue her passion collect songs from the street in her travels across the globe including Mali, Tanzania, Guyana, Cuba, Zambia and Malawi.