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   Hannah Bradbury  photograph

Appearances with Wokingham Choral Society:

Hannah Bradbury joined Wokingham Choral Society at Reading University Great Hall on 14th November 2009 in Handel's Messiah.

October 2009

Hannah Bradbury            Soprano

HANNAH BRADBURY, born in 1987, first began to study voice with Sandra Dugdale at the Junior Royal Northern College of Music, before moving to The Royal Academy of Music where she now studies with Penelope Mackay and Audrey Hyland. She is currently studying as a postgraduate on the Preparatory Opera Course at the Royal Academy having graduated from the B. Mus Degree Course with First Class Honours. As an undergraduate at the Royal Academy, Hannah was awarded the Arthur Burcher Memorial Prize, the Samuel Douglas & Birdie Matthews Award, the Arthur Bliss Prize and the Foundation Award.

During her time at the Royal Academy, Hannah has participated in Master Classes with Bob Tear CBE and Barbara Bonney and a seven day residential Master Class course under the direction of Ian Partridge CBE, which resulted in her performing in venues in London, Surrey and Hampshire.

In 2006, she was selected to represent the Royal Academy in the Kathleen Ferrier Society Bursary for Young Singers competition held in Blackburn where she was awarded the Joyce Budd 2nd Prize.
More recently, Hannah was the winner of the Mozart Singing Competition 2009. She was also awarded the Young Singer 1st prize and the Sacred Song/Aria Special Prize.

Her concert work as a soloist includes many guest appearances with numerous Male Voice choirs, Handel's Messiah, Haydn's Creation, Karl Jenkins' The Armed Man in Guernsey and Mozart's C Minor Mass with the Cambridge Philharmonic Society at Ely Cathedral. She is supported by the Josephine Baker Trust.