Pianist and lecturer at the Academy of Music in Poznań and at the Malmö Academy of Music in Sweden. In 2017 she received doctor degree granted by the Academy of Music in Poznań. She graduated with honors from the piano studies in the class of prof. Andrzej Tatarski at the Academy of Music in Poznań and post-graduate studies at Lund University (Sweden) in the piano class of prof. Hans Pållson. As part of the Socrates / Erasmus program, she studied at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna in the class of prof. Christopher Hinterhuber.
Hanna Lizinkiewicz participated in numerous international master courses, including with professors: Bruna Bruni, Maja Nosowska, Katarzyna Popowa-Zydroń, Martin Hughes, Andrzej Tatarski, Szabolcs Esztényi, Włodzimierz Obidowicz, Alexei Orłowiecki, Matti Raekallio.
She is laureate of national and international piano and chamber music competitions. In 2013, she received the The Martha Stuhre Award (Sweden) and took part in an international recording project of Polish-Norwegian cooperation. In 2012, she received the first prize with a piano quartet and the third prize in a duet at the International Competition for soloists and chamber ensembles in Svirel (Slovenia). In 2011, Hanna Lizinkiewicz won the title of laureate of the 45th Polish Piano Festival in Słupsk and awards: J. Waldorff, Radio Gdańsk and the Gdańsk Music Festival. In the same year, she took part in an international recording project in Italy and performed concerts at the Conservatorio G. Cantelli in Novara and at the international conference of Cremona Pianoforte in Cremona. In 2010, she received the Music Award of The Solti Foundation (Belgium) and the second prize at the International Individual Competition (piano duet, Ukraine) and the third prize in the XII International Review of Chamber Ensembles (Jawor).
Hanna Lizinkiewicz performed in Poland and abroad with solo and chamber music repertoire. She performed in i.a: Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Germany, Czech Republic, Italy, Belgium, Macedonia, Serbia. She appeared as a soloist with the Orchestra of the Opole, Łódź and Lublin Philharmonics and the Sinfonietta Polonia Orchestra. She worked as a chamber music pianist during such master classes as: Artistic Workshops of Vocal & Instrumental Chamber Music in Voce & Piano in Siedlce, International Master Classes for Clarinetists and Saxophonists in Ostrava (Czech Republic), International Cello Academy in Nysa. She received a diploma for a distinguished pianist during such competitions as: VI West Pomeranian Clarinet Festival in Szczecin, XVI Academic Clarinet Competition in Włoszakowice, XI Clarinet Festival in Piotrków Trybunalski.
Hanna Lizinkiewicz made the following recordings: 2012, Ewa Fabiańska - Instrumental Music, Poznań, 2011, Studi per pianoforte: Fumagalli Adolfo, Sangalli Francesco, Italy, 2014, Polish and Norwegian Composers - New Chamber Works, Acte Prealable, 2015, In the circle of Polish music XIX and XX century, VocalArt.
In 2011, she received a scholarship from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage and in 2014 she received a scholarship from the Mayor of Poznań.