Bianca Hall

Bianca Hall

Bianca Hall

Soprano Bianca Hall began playing piano at the age of four, but only began studying voice after completing a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of California, Los Angeles. She has since received both Master of Music and Bachelor of Music degrees in Vocal Performance from CSU Fullerton and at the end of the fall 2013 semester will complete the doctoral program in Early Music Vocal Performance at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music, where her secondary fields of emphasis are Theory and Analysis, College Teaching, and Recorder Performance.
Ms. Hall is an active early music performer and has performed in various festivals around the country, including the Boston and Berkeley Early Music Festivals. In addition to her ensemble work, she has performed the roles of Drusilla (Monteverdi’s The Coronation of Poppea), Cherubino (Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro) and Dido and the Sorceress (Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas). In the realm of contemporary music, she has performed in the L.A. Microfest and performed at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles as part of the Made in L.A. 2012 exhibition.
Ms Hall’s recordings include “D’ye Hear the News,” music to accompany 1688: The First Modern Revolution (Yale University Press, 2011), “J.S. Bach: The Six Motets BWV 225-230” with Bach Collegium San Diego (RMAP, 2010), and “Ancient Christmas Melodies” (Virlouise Records, 2006).
Ms. Hall is a soloist and chorister with Pacific Bach Project, De Angelis Vocal Ensemble, and Bach Collegium San Diego, co-director and founding member of Natur Early Music Ensemble, a soloist at St. Matthew’s Anglican Church in Newport Beach, and a freelance vocalist. She currently maintains a private voice and piano studio in Irvine.