Organist, professor in the Instrumental Department of the Academy of Music in Gdańsk. In 2009, she obtained a doctoral degree in musical arts, and in 2016, a postdoctoral degree. She leads an active concert life, performing solo recitals, symphonic and chamber concerts. She teaches organ at the General School of Music in Gdańsk. Her pupils and students are prizewinners in organ competitions. She regularly provides master classes in Poland and abroad, e.g. in Russia, Lithuania and Italy. He is a juror of organ competitions, as well as a consultant of the Center for Artistic Education.
A graduate of the Academy of Music in Gdańsk in the organ class of Prof. Roman Perucki and Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg in the organ class of Prof. Wolfgang Zerer, where she graduated with honors. Scholarship holder: Brahms Stifftung, Scholarship for Creators of Culture and Scholarship of the Minister of Science and Higher Education. Laureate and participant of international competitions. She perfected her skills at master classes with professors: J. Laukvik, O. Latry, D. Roth, K. Bine Bryndorf, L. Ghielmi and other. Hanna Dys has performed at the most important organ music festivals in Poland (e.g. Kamień Pomorski, Leżajsk, Oliwa), as well as in Europe (including Italy, Finland, Russia, Norway, Germany, Moldova, Spain). Her concert performances promote Polish organ music and she chose to record a monographic album with works by Mieczysław Surzyński for her habilitation.
She participated in the recording project of all organ symphonies by Feliks Nowowiejski and Daniel Magnus Gronau. Hanna Dys collaborates with great musicians and conductors, including Kai Buman, Massimiliano Caldi, Frieder Bernius, Łukasz Borowicz, Paweł Skałuba. She is a music promoter, e.g. as the artistic director of the Organ and Chamber Music Festival in Grudziądz. Her recordings include both, solo and chamber music repertoire. Hanna was nominated twice for the City of Gdańsk award for Young Creators of Culture. She presents the organs of the Oliwa Cathedral.