Oct 20, 2015
from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
|Where||2.00pm, Recital Room at the Faculty of Music|
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Described as ‘…intricately and skillfully wrought’ by The Sunday Times, Hannah’s music has attracted the attentions of some of the UK’s finest groups including London Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Singers, Juice Vocal Ensemble, and Philharmonia Orchestra, with performances at the Royal Festival Hall, The Royal Opera House, Cheltenham Music Festival and Yellow Lounge London. In March 2015, a selection of Hannah’s works were broadcast on BBC Radio 3’s Composer of the Week programme as part of the station’s International Women’s Day celebrations. Upcoming projects include a one-man chamber opera, ‘The Knife of Dawn’, based on the Caribbean political activist and poet Martin Carter.
Born in London in 1984, Hannah went on to graduate from the University of Exeter with First Class Honours in Music. Hannah also completed a Masters in Advanced Composition with Distinction from the Royal College of Music, studying with Kenneth Hesketh. She also works part-time as a Director at London Music Masters, a charity enabling opportunity, diversity and excellence in classical music.