Hanna Lindeijer (Zwolle, 1986) first studied recorder with Heiko ter Schegget at the Conservatory of Utrecht and graduated with the highest result Magnu Cum Laude (10 out of 10). She also attended masterclasses with Conrad Steinmann (Switzerland) and Marion Verbruggen (Holland). Already during her studies she played in many different professional ensembles such as the Holland Baroque Society and Contrasto Armonico.
In 2009 she played together with the famous Dutch violinist Janine Jansen and Heiko ter Schegget the Brandenburg Concerto no. 4 on the International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht. Since 2009 Hanna also started studying the baroque and classical oboe with Frank de Bruine and occasional lessons with Alfredo Bernardini at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, Holland where she graduated June 2012 her Master Studies with the grade 9 out of 10 in only 4 years of time. She did research in a more authentic way of reed making from the 17th and 18th century which has been awarded with the highest result possible “Excellent”. Everything is documented in her book with the title “Ceci n’est pas une Anche”.
Since Hanna started playing the baroque oboe she has been invited in many different orchestras. In September 2011 she made her debut in the Concertgebouw Amsterdam with the succesful Dutch baroque orchestra Musica Amphion, an orchestra founded by orchestra of the 18th century members. She is now, just as her former teacher, a member of this orchestra of Pieter-Jan Belder. Currently she is playing in a project called “Bach Contextual” where Musica Amphion is using the church organ as a basso continuo instrument in Bach Cantata’s. In the beginning of april Hanna will record 3 Bach Cantatas first oboe in Germany called “Wachet Auf!”
Currently Hanna is playing first oboe in Theresia Youth Baroque Orchestra (classical), Concerto D’Amsterdam, Musica Amphion and plays in The Orchestra of the 18th Century and the Nederlandse Bachvereniging.