Professional Musician Bio
Hannah Mowry is trumpet player, songwriter, and vocalist. Originally from Tri-Cities, Washington and graduate of Central Washington University, Hannah can now be found actively performing around the greater Seattle area, primarily in jazz bands and small groups. She currently plays with the PH Factor, the Jazz Police, PonyBoy All-Star Big Band, and more. Hannah recorded on PH Factor’s 2020 EP release “In Case of Emergency: Break Glass”, as well as on Seattle-based singer/song-writer Alec Shaw’s 2017 album “Uh Oh and the Oh Wells”. Hannah has played with groups whose music ranges from folk, to rock, blues, hip-hop, and more. In June of 2022, Hannah shared her own musical compositions of for the first time at Nectar Lounge in Seattle that showcased her take on contemporary funk & R&B.
Check out her performance of her original song "Going Up" live at Nectar Lounge!
As an undergraduate, Hannah served as the principal trumpet player for the top classical ensembles at Central Washington University, including the Wind Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra. She has been a featured soloist with the award-winning Central Washington University Jazz Band 1. Both the Wind Ensemble and the Jazz Band 1 have performed at the WMEA and Northwest Regional NAfME Conventions in 2016 and 2017.
Hannah was also accepted to perform as a semi-finalist in the Small Ensemble Division at the National Trumpet Competition in 2015 and 2017.
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