Here is Hannah conducting the Mount Si High School Wind Ensemble at their winter 2022 performance of Claude T. Smith's "Incidental Suite"
Here is our full livestream of the Mount Si High School Black History Month Concert. You can toggle to timestamp 57:57 to find a student introduction as well as Hannah conducting the Mount Si High School Wind Ensemble performing Omar Thomas' "A Mother of a Revolution!"
Performance video accompaniment editing also by Hannah Mowry.
Jazz Musician Content
Hannah's most recent recording process was on Seattle-based big band pH Factor's 2021 album "In Case of Emergency... Break Glass"
This album features a progressive, yet delightfully engaging, selection of modern jazz large ensemble compositions by composer and trumpet player Mat Montgomery.
Listen to the album here!
This recording of Norm Wallen's transcription of the Woody Herman tune, Greasy Sack Blues is performed by the Central Washington University Jazz Band 1 at the 2017 CWU Wind Festival.
Soloists featured on this performance (in order):
Piano - Taylor Griffen
Trombone - Henry Sparks
Alto - Owen Evans
Trumpet - Hannah Mowry
Screamer Trumpet - Josh Bell
This recording of the Tony Glausi tune Something to be Remembered For was recorded by the CWU Jazz Band 1 in March of 2018. The opening trumpet melody and solo in the middle of the tune are both Hannah Mowry.
This tune, Transit, is originally composed for the Darcey James Argue Secret Society Big Band, usually featuring trumpeter Ingrid Jensen. This is a performance by the Central Washington University big band at the Afternoon of Jazz in March 2017.
This performance features Hannah Mowry on flugelhorn.
Classical Musician Content
This is a performance of the Central Washington University Wind Ensemble in Fall of 2017. The piece is Valdres, a Norwegian march written by composer Johannes Hanssen. The piece features an opening solo by the principal trumpet, which in this recording is Hannah Mowry.
This is a performance of the Central Washington University Wind Ensemble in Winter of 2018. Laboring Songs by composer Dan Welcher includes shaker variations and folk tunes. The piece features an opening solo by principal trumpet, which in this recording is performed by Hannah Mowry.
In 2018, Hannah served as the principal trumpet player with the CWU Wind Ensemble at the College Band Directors National Association W/NW Division Conference at Sonoma University in California. Their performance featured David Maslanka's Symphony No. 4. Check out the video below for an excerpt of this group's performance of the piece.