Hailed by the New York Times as possessing "rich tone and deft technique," flutist Hannah Porter Occeña (pronounced Ox-SEN-ya) is Principal Flute of the Topeka Symphony Orchestra and has performed as a soloist, as part of the Occeña-Chen Duo, and as an orchestral musician throughout the United States and United Kingdom.

Comfortable playing repertoire written 400 years ago or 40 minutes ago, Hannah is committed to the rich heritage and new horizons of classical music and to sharing music in engaging ways with diverse audiences.

In addition to her performance work, Hannah maintains a private teaching studio and works with businesses, community organizations, and other artists to produce cutting edge entrepreneurial projects and educational opportunities.
She can be heard on the CD "New Beginnings: Australian and American Duos for Flute and Piano" and is featured on the Midwest Chamber Ensemble CD "Voices from the Middle." Hannah resides on Long Island.
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