Hannah has been described as a rare artist, equally at home singing both classical and jazz music.
Hannah’s performances take her across the UK and Europe performing song recitals, oratorio, and orchestral concerts. Notable solo engagements include a UK tour of Bach with Sir James Galway, a production of The Merchant of Venice at the Royal Shakespeare Company, regular performances with the Orchestra of St John’s including the ‘My Music’ series at Wigmore Hall, London, a song recital tour of Burgundy, France, and oratorio performances at many venues including St John’s Smith Square and King’s Place, London, Dorchester Abbey, Malmesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury Abbey, and her home town of Cheltenham. Recordings include Mozart Requiem with Orchestra of St John’s and William Hayes ‘The fall of Jericho’ with the Corelli Ensemble.
Complementing her classical singing, Hannah is the vocalist with the Derek Paravicini Quartet, a vibrant jazz group who create their own arrangements of classic songbook tunes. They have appeared a number of times performing live on BBC radio 3 and have recorded a debut album with Absolute Records. Hannah also guests with small ensembles and pianists at jazz clubs around the UK.
Alongside her performances and teaching, Hannah leads vocal masterclasses and works with the charity Music for Autism which provides high calibre performance for children and adults with special needs.
Hannah studied with Christine Cairns at Birmingham Conservatoire where she gained a first class honours degree and won prizes including the St Claire Barfield Prize for Operatic Distinction and the Bromsgrove International Young Musician’s Platform.