Hannah Burge Luviano

Hannah Burgé Luviano (Métis Nation Ontario) is an artist and academic. Her contemporary jazz album, "Green River Sessions" (2014), which featured NYC harmonica and vibraphone player Hendrik Meurkens, charted on US college radio and has continued to receive worldwide airplay. Hannah has toured the United States, Canada, and Mexico as a bandleader and sideman. At their production company, Music Village, co-owners Hannah and Paco Luviano produced the first Canadian recording of Byzantine choral music "Imnos: Hymns of Faith" and composed a soundtrack of Mexican regional music for the independent film "The Devil’s Tail" (Ardent Pictures). Hannah is co-composer with Paco Luviano for the work, “Espera, Esperanto,” (arr. Hilario Duran), which featured the late Tibetan instrumentalist and singer Dorjee Tsering (Kuné: Canada's Global Orchestra, Universal Canada, 2018). In Spring 2020, Jazziz Magazine premiered Hannah’s video, “Serenity,” a composition about forests and ecological justice, in collaboration with multimedia artist Justin Broadbent (Shad, Metric, Emily Haines).

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