I dont think I know of a pink flowered one however there are several lovely ones that have yellow / copper tinged petals and red twisted petals too, this mix of colour looks quite pink in sunlight. there are new ones regularly coming into the market too.
If I were you I would do a research either here on Dave's site or on line, looking for stockist / growers as these places will have different types and prob the latest to be produced and they will also have fuller info than I can give you here today. Maybe even a few catalogues too.
My only advice IF you want a display in winter is check out the wonderful different foliage colours these Hamamelis tree's / Shrubs have and try get one that has perfumed flowers as they will be a real treat early spring when the flowers are out (before the foliage) and the smell wafts your way. It has always been advised to plant these close to house /window ect as the garden is sleeping in winter, these flowers (too small mostly to see from a distance) send out their perfume. (not all types have perfumed flowers, that's why I am advising research.
A strong sturdy bush / tree is from the Hemamelis X Intermedia, a cross produced from japonica and mollis mid green leaves turning bright yellow autumn and the flowers look like burnt orange/ red spiders, mostly perfumed, Quite a common one but strong and grows tall if required.
Good luck. WeeNel.
I don't know any selections that I'd say are a true pink. I have not met them all, but probably more than my share. Most would fall into the full range of yellows and oranges, fewer fit into the red category, and there are a few that range toward purple/lavender.
I have grown 'Feuerzauber' - Fire Magic as translated from German - and it is yellow/orange/red in my experience. All the photographers contributing to the PlantFiles link post in this forum; they might relate their experiences as well. There will be some color variances due to climatic/soil conditions (like Pacific NW North America), but pink might be a stretch.
Here's a reasonable image of 'Strawberries and Cream' from RareFind:
I recommend that judyhart observe any selection that seems to be preferred before purchasing, if the precise color is highly important. There are likely Witch Hazel collections to be observed in New York near Oakland Gardens. Places like New York Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Old Westbury Gardens, and Planting Fields Arboretum would be among my first choices.
I must say that both H x intermedia "Antoine Kort" and "Birgit" both have nice color...to my eye, they are both more pink than red or coral orange (from the Esveld site) I will continue to see what turns up as I ramble through sites.
I found these images from RHS Wisley garden (scroll past the viburnum...grin)