Hanne studied Composition, Piano & Bass Clarinet at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp and the Guildhall School of Music in London. When she was only 19 years old she was a laureate, with her first orchestra work Mitä, of the Aquarius composition competition. Mitä was created by the Beethoven Academie conducted by Jan Caeyers and her professional career started.
Hanne composed for Flagey, HERMESensemble, I Solisti del Vento, Oxalys, Quince Quartet, the Philharmonic Youth Orchestra of Flanders, the Belgian National Radio Choir and others. Her music is played from Belgium over the VS to Japan.
Her cd “hommage of Hanne Deneire” In Flanders' Fields, Phaedra publisher, was awarded with a Golden Label and
Sabam gave her the Golden Poppy for “classical music/ chamber music” in 2011.
Beside composing music, she started very young (16) with sharing her passion for music and creation through education. She developed her own music method ManiMelo (= a wheel of development that always continu and the Red Thread of melody) in her House of Music. By the age of 19 she was already teaching Highly Gifted Children at the University of Antwerp and she received an award by the King Boudewijn Foundation for her social engagement through art a few years later.
In 2007 she started lecturing at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp in the Masters Community Art while she was working on her Phd
(The influence on the society by creating a new opera and involving the community in the process.)
In 2016 she participated in the Bob Proctor (PGI) programs and The Matrixx in Canada. In 2018 Robin Sharma is her mentor.
Hanne is grateful that her music is performed worldwide by the best musicians and her music programs are accesible for everyone.