Trombonist and pedagogue Hana Beloglavec has a dynamic career performing as a soloist, chamber musician, orchestral musician, and teaching at Louisiana State University. As a core member with Seraph Brass, Beloglavec has performed and taught across the United States and the world. In 2019, Seraph traveled to Korea as guest artists for the Busan Maru International Music Festival, as well as to China for a tour. Seraph is a chamber group in residence at the Artosphere Music Festival, and has performed as guest artists at the Lieksa Brass Week in both 2017 and 2018.
Also deeply interested in orchestral music, Beloglavec currently performs as a substitute trombonist with the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. In the summer of 2019, she performed as a substitute for the Armenian National Philharmonic’s production of Verdi’s Otello. She has also performed as a substitute trombonist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under conductors Charles Dutoit, Sir Mark Elder, Ludovic Morlot, and Esa-Pekka Salonen, as well as the Chicago-based early-music ensemble Music of the Baroque under Jane Glover and Nicholas Kraemer. Beloglavec also performed as a member of the American Institute of Musical Studies Festival Orchestra in Graz, Austria.
Hana Beloglavec received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Northwestern University, where she studied with Professors Michael Mulcahy, Douglas Wright, Timothy Higgins, Randall Hawes, and Christopher Davis. She completed her Master of Music degree at Yale University and her Bachelor of Music degree at Western Michigan University, where she studied with Professor Scott Hartman and Dr. Steve Wolfinbarger, respectively. Hana Beloglavec is currently the assistant professor of music at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she teaches trombone and chamber music.