Hannah M. Ross

Cello Teacher

Hannah Ross


Strongsville, OH

Hannah Ross’s diverse background includes cello playing, research in musical acoustics, award-winning writing, volunteerism and advocacy, and fundraising. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Music in cello performance and a Bachelor of Science in physics at Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio. Her principal teachers include Dr. Joanne Erwin (Oberlin College), Bryan Dumm (Cleveland Orchestra), Regina Mushabac (Baldwin Wallace University), and Dr. Khari Joyner (Baldwin Wallace University). During the 2019 to 2020 academic year, she was a member of the August String Quartet, Baldwin Wallace University’s honors freshman chamber ensemble, and has since performed chamber works by Beethoven, Ravel, Shostakovich, and many others. She has attended Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music’s Young Artists Chamber Music Festival and Summer Cello Academy to study chamber music and cello technique and has performed in masterclasses for Mihai Tetel and Alan Rafferty. She was part of Baldwin Wallace Symphony Orchestra’s 2020 “Soaring” tour and has performed at venues such as the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio and Hilbert Circle Theater in Indianapolis, Indiana. Combining her love for music and desire to be active in her community, she provided Kol Nidre at the Jewish High Holiday services for residents of Judson Manor for several years and for Beth Israel—The West Temple’s Kol Nidre service since 2020. In her spare time, she enjoys discovering new music, reading novels, long walks, and spending time with friends and family.