Simply put, Michael Hanna is the George Winston of a new generation. Although Michael's career as a composer and arranger dates back to late 1992, he is first and foremost a storyteller. "I have always been captivated by the art of storytelling. It's a gift, really; the ability to reach someone else's soul with the human elements of a great story. But a story doesn't have to be told with words. A timeless tale, told with half notes and rests, can be as powerful and transcendent as any told with nouns and adjectives. In my opinion, the best musicians are the best storytellers."