Hannah Grove

Soprano Hannah Grove grew up in a musical family, taking a keen interest in classical music from an early age. After gaining a Choral Scholarship to Oriel College, Oxford, she began singing professionally and, having worked regularly both in the UK and abroad with a number of professional groups such as the Sarum Consort and Ex Cathedra, she now sings principally as a soprano soloist.

Oratorio performances include Messiah with the City of Birmingham Choir and CBSO at Symphony Hall, Mozart's Requiem and Regina Coeli, Charpentier's Te Deum and Handel's Dixit Dominus with the Academy of Ancient Music, Faure's Requiem with the choral societies of Bristol and Gloucester at Bristol's Colston Hall, Bach's St Matthew Passion with the Glevum Consort and Corelli Orchestra, Purcell's Come Ye Sons of Art at Birmingham Town Hall, and Scarlatti's St Cecilia Mass in Worcester Cathedral.

She is increasingly in demand as a soloist with period chamber ensembles, with performances including Vivaldi's Nulla in mundo pax sincera in the Pittville Pump Rooms with the Corelli Orchestra, Handel's Mi palpita il cor with the Denner Ensemble in the Radyr Festival and the Neun Deutsche Arien at the Calne Festival, as well as Pergolesi's Stabat Mater in Gloucester Cathedral. Other recent song recitals have included the world premiere of a Three Choirs Festival commission, Ian King's A Worcestershire Song Cycle.

Future engagements this year include Vaughan Williams' Dona Nobis Pacem at Symphony Hall, Bach's St John Passion and Ascension Oratorio, Brahms' Ein Deutsche Requiem, and Donizetti's Ave Maria at this year's Three Choirs Festival in Worcester, as well as furthering her collaborations with period instrumentalists.

She gained her LRSM in singing performance in 2004 and continues her studies with soprano Bronwen Mills. When not singing, she is kept busy bringing up her small son, and she has recently discovered a love for Baroque Dance, which she is learning with Philippa Waite.

Hannah Grove

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  • Bach JS
    Ascension Oratorio
  • Bach Js
    Mass in B minor
  • Bach JS
    Christmas Oratorio
  • Bach JS
    Jauchzet Gott (Cantata 51)
  • Bach JS
    Magnificat in D
  • Bach JS
    St John Passion