Hannah Morley (mezzo-soprano)

Hannah Morley (mezzo-soprano)

RBC Musicians

Date and time
12 Mar 2024 (1:05pm - 2:00pm)

The Bradshaw Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, 200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR


Free - booking required
Latecomers will not be admitted

Booking Information

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Mezzo-soprano Hannah Morley

Hannah Morley mezzo-soprano
Jonathan French piano

Händel Presti Omai from
Tippett Songs for Ariel
Clarke The Seal Man
Debussy En Sourdine
Hahn Offrande
Trenet Boum!
Händel Where shall I fly? from Hercules
Mahler Rückert Lieder

Mezzo-soprano Hannah Morley is currently studying for an Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Vocal and Operatic Performance at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire where she also obtained her Master's with distinction. She is generously supported by the Conservatoire with a scholarship and studies under the tuition of Louise Crane.

Hannah is a Leeds Lieder Young Artist (2022) with her duo partner Michael Rose and an Emerging Artist for Clonter Opera Theatre (2022). Hannah is the recipient of The Gil-Rodriguez Scholarship from Opéra de Baugé (2023), she is the winner of the Elizabeth Rollason Award (2023), first prize winner of The Stuart Cameron Smith French Song Duo Prize with her duo partner Beth Haughan, first prize winner of the RBC Singing Prize (2023), The Ashleyan Opera Prize (2022), The Edward Brookes Lieder Prize (2021) and a prize winner in the Edward Brookes English Song Prize (2021).

Running time approx. 55 minutes
Latecomers will not be admitted

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