Hannah Naiman

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A singer and multi-instrumentalist, Hannah Naiman plays clawhammer banjo, fiddle, ukelele and guitar.  Her work as a singer/songwriter earned her the Canadian Folk Music Award for Traditional Singer of the Year (2017).   Hannah’s voice has appeared on many children’s albums: Hannah’s first children’s album, “Savez-vous plantez des choux?” (2002) was distributed to more than 10,000 babies across Ontario as part of the Early Years Literacy Kit. “Here We Go Zodeo”, an album recorded with Kathy Reid-Naiman, was nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award, and a SiriusXM Indie Award, and was awarded a 2012 Parents’ Choice Gold Award,

Hannah has been leading classes, workshops and concerts for over a decade. Hannah brings joy into the classroom through engaging songs and techniques that are accessible for all ages.  For many years, Hannah was a member of Mariposa in the Schools, an organization dedicated to bringing high quality music to school children in Ontario, and she helped develop curriculum with Le Petit Atelier, Toronto’s only french children’s music organization serving daycares and after school programs.

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