With piano performance degrees from the University of Arizona (1993) and a Master of Music from the University of Utah (2011), Hana Janatova has actively taught the art of playing the piano for over thirty years. A strong supporter and advocate of the arts, Hana believes that education in music and the fine arts is an inherent right and not a privilege.
As an educator and administrator, Hana served as director of the Tucson Parks and Recreation piano program (1992-1994); and developed a piano lab program at East High School for the Youth Enrichment Foundation. In 2006, Hana founded the Mundi Project, a 501 (C)(3) organization whose mission is to enrich communities by providing access to pianos, music education, and innovative performance. In 2015, she created a community-based music program, Harmony Hub, that provides free music instruction in piano and classical guitar for Salt Lake City residents.
A recipient of a Yamaha Fellowship from the College Music Society (2011) for her work with the Mundi Project, Hana received Leadership Management Certification from the Nonprofit Academy of Excellence (2012). Since 2016, Hana has served as the Arts Awareness and Advocacy Chair for the Utah Music Teachers Association.
- Youth (7-17)
- Adults (18+)
- At own home
- At own studio
- 2011 - MMUS - University of Utah
- 1993 - BM - University of Arizona
- Music Teachers National Association - National
- Utah Music Teachers Association - Provincial / State