Hannah Lewis is a third-year student at California State University, Northridge, studying media composition with an emphasis in vocal performance. The daughter of an actor and a studio cellist, she has grown up within the studio recording community and was classically trained in piano for 13 years before she turned her focus to voice. She has been singing in top-level choirs for 7 years and in contemporary a cappella groups for 6 years. Her ensembles have given her many exciting opportunities, such as performing at Carnegie Hall, touring eastern China, and recording at Capitol Records. In 2015 she was accepted to attend A Cappella Academy, an intensive a cappella camp in Los Angeles founded by Ben Bram, Rob Dietz, and Avi Kaplan, and got the chance to work one-on-one with a wide range of successful singers/arrangers/producers. She is the current musical director of her collegiate a cappella group Acasola three years running, and helped lead the group to victory at Los Angeles A Cappella Festival 2016 with her arrangements and musical prowess. She is beyond thrilled to be singing with Snowfall and can’t wait to spread some cheer this holiday season!