Personal Summary / Bio
Soprano Bianca Hall began playing piano at the age of four, but only began studying voice after completing a Bachelor of Science degree at UCLA. She has since received both Master of Music and Bachelor of Music degrees in vocal performance from CSU Fullerton and is currently in the doctoral program in Early Music Vocal Performance at USC, where she is also minoring in recorder performance. Her past and present instructors and coaches include Adam Knight Gilbert, Rotem Gilbert, Karen Clark, and Ji Yung Suk Hall. She has performed the roles of Drusilla (Monteverdi’s The Coronation of Poppea) and Cherubino (Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro) and both Dido and the Sorceress (Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas) as part of L.A. Microfest 2011. Ms Hall's recordings include “Ancient Christmas Melodies” (Virlouise Records, 2006), “J.S. Bach: The Six Motets BWV 225-230” (Bach Collegium San Diego, 2010), and “Popery Music Project,” which accompanies 1688: The First Modern Revolution (Yale University Press, 2011). She has been a guest performer with Ciaramella, Ensemble for Music of the 15th Century, and is a regular soloist and chorister with Bach Collegium San Diego and with De Angelis Vocal Ensemble. In addition, she is a founding member of Natur Historical Music Ensemble, the director of the Collegium Musicum at CSU Fullerton, a soloist at St. Matthew’s Anglican Church in Newport Beach, and a freelance vocalist. She maintains a private piano and voice studio in Orange County, California.
CategoriesProfessional Performer or Semi-Pro Performer, Student Performer, Teacher/Professor
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